WeChat Ban: I Talk About It with UCLA Law Student (and Chinese Lawyer) Yan Zhao on the LegalTeaHouse Podcast

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  1. It is clear that there is first amendment interest. Why is full disclosure not a sufficient remedy for the government’s concern of espionage? It could require wechat to warn its users every time they use the application that any data or speech may be disclosed to the Chinese government. Thanks.

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