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China claims it can now identify Airdrop users that are ‘bad influences.’

A government-backed firm in China claims that it’s cracked Apple’s encrypted Airdrop feature, allowing police to access the phone numbers and emails of those using it to share undesirable content.

This follows the country restricting AirDrop after it was used by protestors to spread anti-CCP images, alongside laws that close App Store loopholes used to install apps blocked in the country.