Trump administration considers blacklisting Chinese companies that repeatedly steal U.S. intellectual property

Google AtinlаyXVI
Oct 26 22 Comments

comments

Want to comment? LOG IN or SIGN UP
TOP 22 Comments
  • Uber acet
    Good. This is one thing on which I agree
    💯 with trump.

    Why the FUCK should any company be forced to transfer its tech because the communist Chinese government said so?
    Oct 26 3
    • Fitbit gfrog
      Nobody points a gun on your head to do biz with China, you are there for cheap sweat labor..
      Oct 26
    • Microsoft msnewbie
      There are plenty of other Asian countries have cheap sweat labor. Why doesn't he go to Vietnam, India, Indonesia, etc. Or better, he should move the production to Africa and uses his white privilege to enslave African again.
      Oct 26
    • Cloudera hkru8
      Because China is the only country with a complete assembly line. You give them a new design and they can give you a prototype in like 5 hours.
      Oct 26
  • Microsoft msnewbie
    Why does this fool sign the deal with the shady Chinese manufacturer at the first place? There are plenty of American workers in Indiana. He's being a cheap ass and gets what he deserved.
    Oct 26 1
    • Fitbit gfrog
      Because he is fucking greedy
      Oct 26
  • E*Trade / Finance cbEV72
    It’s impossible. He’d have to completely shut China off our market. It’s not a bad idea but I don’t see how he can push it through
    Oct 26 3
    • Roku de Vil
      Can China please innovate for itself.
      Oct 26
    • Fitbit gfrog
      Can US please don’t steal from German, and stand on its own feet against Britain without help of French, or at least win a single war against Canada.
      Oct 26
    • Roku de Vil
      If the US steals from Germany and China steals from the US, then China must be stealing from Germany 🧐
      Oct 26
  • Fitbit gfrog
    There’s no such thing called stealing between companies, just like there is no lowball of TC for employees, it’s just negotiation and compromising..
    Oct 26 2
    • OpenTable Meliodas
      You might want to run your theory by corporate counsel first.
      Oct 26
    • New / Eng
      WscU36

      New Eng

      PRE
      LinkedIn, Yahoo, Oracle
      WscU36more
      Chines asset@fitbit
      Oct 26
  • Fitbit gfrog
    That is being said.
    If China doubles the TC, many will turn to Chinese companies, then they will call it stealing of talents.

    Before that day comes, this is the status-quo
    Oct 26 2
    • Roku de Vil
      If they doubled TC they might actually innovate instead of stealing intellectual property from US companies.
      Oct 26
    • Fitbit gfrog
      Diversity of population is the reason of innovation, that is individuals who conduct innovation, not those companies who transfer your jobs to China and reducing the TC in US. If China can pay better to top talents, and they agree to trade IP with it that is called free capitalism.

      And if you check the negotiation of the trade war, there is no single clause to limit or stop trade with China, it’s everything about US urging China to open more markets for wall street and silicon valley, there will be more high end jobs and IP created in China unfortunately
      Oct 26
  • Roku de Vil
    I can get behind this
    Oct 26 0
  • Lyft qCbJ38
    Honestly, a great idea. 👏👏👏
    Oct 26 0
  • I suggest that whoever thinks we are innocent do some research on how Americans copied/stole German tech during WWII and later, Soviet weaponry & Space/satellite technologies, and how Alexander Hamilton openly endorsed thievery of British machinery. They all steal from each other. Even American startups copy each other. Also the major reason why China has copied Google, Amazon, Uber, etc. is because their gov. has banned all of those. They kind of had to create their versions for the Chinese market. Why don't you have a problem with the Germans' copying of eBay (Alando) and Groupon (CityDeal)? It's also highly speculated that America's Bird and Lime were copied from China's Mobike and more (Google it). I realize that some of these examples may not be "intellectual property", but they give you an idea of we much we are a part of this stealing as well.
    Oct 27 3
    • Google AtinlаyXVI
      OP
      bUt WhAT abOUt
      Oct 27
    • Uber
      Technically China has not banned Uber. Uber 🔥 too much cash in China and investors demand retreat.
      Oct 30
    • Yes, but Uber entered the Chinese market wayyy after Didi had already swooped in to fill the previous supply void though.
      Oct 30

Salary
Comparison

    Real time salary information from verified employees