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The Chinese government wants foreign technology companies operating inside its borders to hand over their software's source code and use only state-approved encryption algorithms.
The fast-food chain has publicly admitted it may have been the target of hackers and credit card info may have been stolen from their systems, though they are still investigating the supposed breach.
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