Army base removes Chinese-made surveillance cameras

Chinese-made cameras installed at a US Army base in Missouri have been removed because of potential 'negative perception' surrounding the equipment.The U.S. Army made the move following a report in The Wall Street Journal that noted most of the surveillance devices were made by a company partly owned by the Chinese government. Beijing, the publication reported, owns 42 per cent of Hikvision, which provided the security gear at Fort Leonard Wood, located roughly 138 miles west of St. Louis.  ...