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11 Feb, 2020 23:35

News. Views. Hughes - February 11, 2020 (17:00 ET)

More than 43,000 people have contracted coronavirus in China and 1,000 have died. RT America’s Sara Montes de Oca reports on the devastating economic impact of the outbreak on tech companies doing business in China. She also discusses the use of thermal imaging and drones in the detection of coronavirus and in containing its spread. Then concierge physician Dr. Abe Malkin shares his expertise. He also weighs in on the role of media mistrust and sensationalist coverage in exacerbating fears about the outbreak.

Leaked documents have revealed that the CIA owned and controlled global encryption company Crypto AG for more than 50 years. Crypto AG sold rigged communications equipment to other countries, giving Washington access to enormous amounts of intelligence from unsuspecting users. Investigative journalist Ben Swann joins Scottie Nell Hughes with the details. They also discuss how this sheds new light on US claims about Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei.