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Opholdt sig hos Marriott over hele verden? Kinas ministerium for statssikkerhed har din profil

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Checking into a Marriott operated hotel in China means your data is in Chinese Government hands. This is usually expected when it comes to travel to a closed country like China.

Checking into a hotel in New York or London and your data ending up in China is definitely not expected.

Checking into a Marriott operated hotel in China means your data is in Chinese Government hands. This is usually expected when it comes to travel to a closed country like China.

Checking into a hotel in New York or London and your data ending up in China is definitely not expected.

This may no longer be true, after U.S. authorities are getting a clearer picture of who they believe is responsible for the massive hack of the Marriott hotel chain in recent weeks that compromised the data of more than 500 million customers.

Investigators believe hackers working on behalf of China’s main intelligence agency are responsible for a massive data breach involving the Marriott hotel chain.

According to new reports from The New York Times og The Washington Post, the hackers are suspected to be affiliated with China’s Ministry of State Security. While authorities caution their findings are still inconclusive, they say the methods of the hackers, along with a variety of clues related to the hack, tend to suggest it was state-sponsored, which is yet another headache in the already difficult relations between the US and China. Both countries, you’ll recall, are still locked in the makings of a tariff-fueled trade war, and the CFO of leading Chinese tech company Huawei has been arrested in Canada ahead of possible extradition to the US.

What is Marriott doing about it? There are big business interests for the world’s largest hotel chain to consider. Marriott operates many hotels in the Peoples Republic of China and is on an expansion course. eTurboNews alene recently published dozens of stories of major expansion into the Chinese market by Marriott.