DJI and the United States have relapsed into security issues. In the latest memo leaked a few days ago, the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency pointed out that DJI is using its drone products to conduct espionage activities for the Chinese government in the United States. Its drones and mobile apps exist to collect important US infrastructure. The possibility of data such as law enforcement, such as railway companies in Los Angeles, Dallas, and drinking water companies in New York, Chicago, New Jersey, etc., and through the data obtained to help the Chinese government decide what assets can be obtained from the United States.
For the allegation, the official response of DJI was that the news came from unconfirmed sources, completely wrong and unwarranted. DJI has specifically refuted this conclusion to ICE and pointed out the serious loopholes in this conclusion. In fact, this is not the first time that DJI has been accused of national security problems in the United States. Earlier this year, the US military requested in its memorandum to immediately suspend the DJI UAV products.
In addition, Kevin Finisterre, a security research institute in the United States, recently publicly reported that it was threatened by DJI after submitting a bug report and stressing serious product safety issues.