A U.S. national security panel, The Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States (CFIUS) is forcing Kunlun, a Chinese business based in the Capital of Beijing, to divest its ownership of homosexual hookup site Grindr. The U.S. panel is stating that Chinese ownership of Grindr is a national security risk involving blackmail.
Chinese “private” companies, including the churches, are controlled by the Communist Party.
The risk of the Chinese government controlling Grindr is shown in the example of the Chinese Communist Party targeting an American on Grindr and placing a Chinese spy on that American’s Grindr account, with the American not being aware that his “random” Grindr date is planting listening devices as well as preparing a campaign of blackmail.
Grindr describes itself as the world’s largest social networking app for homosexuals, bisexuals, transgenders, and queer people and had 27 million users in 2017. Grindr collects personal information submitted by its users, including personal messages and a person’s location and HIV status, all of which could be used by Chinese intelligence.
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