In this podcast episode, we explore the revolutionary platform known as open.ink. From its inception in 2016 to the release of its beta version in January 2023, open.ink has faced numerous challenges from those who seek to suppress information and data. Despite these obstacles, the platform has persevered and emerged as a powerful tool for researchers, writers, and readers.
Gregg Phillips was on Steve Bannon's War Room this morning, talking about the latest update in the Konnech case.
HOUSTON, TX - Yesterday, Konnech dismissed all pending defamation and unlawful computer access litigation against True the Vote, Inc, Catherine Engelbrecht, and Gregg Phillips in U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas. The case number is 4:22-cv-03096.
Konnech's rise from Jinhua Yulian Network to Hongzheng Technology begins on January 25, 2006.
The article describes Konnech Inc, a technology company that provides products, including smartphone applications, for the management of polling locations, poll workers, and mail-in ballots necessary for running elections in the United States, Canada, and Australia.
The article discusses the arrest of Eugene Yu and his company Konnech's relation to the Chinese government.
Catherine Engelbrecht and Gregg Phillips have stated that the FBI was involved in a "counter-intelligence operation" with them for over a year regarding the risk posed to US election security by the use of software developed by election company Konnech.
The CEO of Konnech, an American election technology company, was charged for allegedly storing election worker data from Los Angeles on servers in China.
The CEO of Konnech, a US election software company, Eugene Yu, was arrested after investigators found that the servers of the People's Republic of China contained information about US poll workers.
The article discusses the controversy surrounding Confucius Institutes in the United States, which are Chinese government-funded programs that teach Chinese language and culture.
The article explores the origins and history of Konnech, a company that claims to have provided technology services to political campaigns in the United States.
The article discusses the connections between Konnech, a Detroit-based company that offers products that can track election workers and connect to the internet, and some Chinese R&D subsidiaries.
The founder and CEO of Konnech, Eugene Yu, has been linked to Chinese election companies, Jinhua Yulian Network Technology and Jinhua Hongzheng Technology.
The CEO of US election software company Konnech, Eugene Yu, has been arrested on suspicion of storing US election data on Chinese servers.