Chinese election technology company Jinhua Hongzheng Technology has possible links to Konnech.
True the Vote accuses Konnech of allowing the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) to access the personal data of 1.8 million US election workers through its PollChief software.
The article discusses the discovery of personal data belonging to 1.8 million U.S. poll workers on an unsecured MongoDB server in China.
The article discusses the controversy surrounding the recent arrest of Konnech CEO, Eugene Yu, on charges of fraudulently tricking a county in California into signing a contract that gave the company access to sensitive election information that was later sent to China.
The article discusses Konnech, a technology company whose CEO was recently arrested for theft of personal data.
The article discusses China's telecommunications infrastructure.
The article discusses the domain registrations and website developments related to a Chinese company named Jinhua Hongzheng Technology Co. Ltd.
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.
Konnech Inc., a US-based election company that builds software for managing elections, including ballot tracking and signature comparison, has been found to have built a communication platform called ChineseBrief.com for the Confucius Institute.
Konnech, a Michigan-based software company with links to Communist China, has been accused of sending sensitive personally identifiable data on U.S. election workers to China and storing it on servers there.