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DJI drones do not share data with the Chinese government

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After months of government ban on Da Jiang Innovations (DJI) drones, the Pentagon has acknowledged that drones are indeed safe. The US authorities feared that the devices could be used to spy and transmit confidential information about users to China. As a result, it turned out that the accusations of espionage by the Chinese manufacturer were baseless. This was reported by The Hill. 
Experts have published a report stating that two models of DJI Government Edition drones are recommended for use by government agencies. The Pentagon analyzed the DJI Government Edition models and found no malicious code. 
The Pentagon report is not necessarily exhaustive for the relationship between DJI and the US government. As of today, DJI is still blacklisted, which prevents US companies from selling any of their technology for DJI use. The U.S. Congress is also considering a bill to ban the government from buying Chinese drones for five years starting in 2023. Instead, they will have to rely on other approved drones from companies in the US and France.

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