(Natural News) On March 2, communist China hacked Microsoft’s servers and compromised data of more than 60,000 Microsoft customers. Two days later, Microsoft responded not by renouncing the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) for its egregious actions, but by expanding its cloud computing service Azure into China in order to “empower” Chinese citizens.
“State-sponsored” hackers, Microsoft admitted, took advantage of vulnerabilities in the company’s Exchange software, allowing foreign actors to install malware into the servers. This Chinese virus effectively opened up people’s private emails to the CCP.
Even so, Microsoft is charging forward with its expansion into communist China, which the company says has some of the most aggressively censored and monitored internet access in the world.