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Schumer Questions Chinese-Made Subway Systems, Raises Issue Of National Cyber-Security Risk

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Schumer Questions Chinese-Made Subway Systems, Raises Issue Of National Cyber-Security Risk

Schumer Questions Chinese-Made Subway Systems, Raises Issue Of National Cyber-Security Risk

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Chuck Schumer held a news conference at the Fulton Street Subway Station on Sunday night to call on the U.S. Commerce Department to look into a Chinese state-owned company selling subway operations systems and if they pose a cyber-security risk.

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