The UK Parliament Foreign Affairs Committee has recommended that Hikvision and Dahua "should not be permitted to operate within the UK" over involvement in "Xinjiang atrocities".
The 2-minute video below overviews the Committee's recommendations and the underlying evidence:
And video excerpt from the Committee's overview of the recommendations calling to reject firms like Dahua and Hikvision:
The recommendation signifies a potential sea change in UK policy towards the two PRC manufacturers which have profited from the sizeable UK market for years without restriction.
This comes days after the UK's CCTV User Group, which mainly represents local authorities, warned of Hikvision and Dahua's "ethical, financial, reputational, and technical" risks.
In this post, IPVM examines this breaking news and what it means for UK users.