During a rare public forum with fellow Five Eyes intelligence chiefs, Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) Director David Vigneault discussed China’s threats to innovation, intellectual property (IP), and foreign academic institutions.

“We see the PRC [People’s Republic of China], the Chinese Communist Party passing legislation, to force any person of Chinese origin anywhere in the world to support their intelligence service,” he said. “It means they have ways of [coercing] people here, in each of our countries, anywhere, to essentially tell them and give them the secrets that you know.”

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