Leading drone manufacturer DJI responded to what it called “incorrect speculation” about its data security practices during a recent U.S. Senate hearing. It simultaneously unveiled a software update for security-sensitive drone operations by government agencies. In a June 24 letter to the Security Subcommittee of the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee, DJI protested testimony delivered by some of the witnesses who appeared at a hearing days earlier on the ...

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