Mar 25, 2022 08:12 PM

Tech Insider: DJI Replies to Kyiv Criticism, Weibo’s Washington Warning

DJI’s drones at a store in Shanghai on Jan. 17. Photo: VCG
DJI’s drones at a store in Shanghai on Jan. 17. Photo: VCG

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After Ukraine criticism, DJI suggests it could establish no-drone zone

Chinese drone-maker SZ DJI Technology Co. Ltd. said that it could use geofencing — something like a no-fly zone — in Ukraine in response to a letter from the war-torn country’s Vice Prime Minister Mykhailo Fedorov which called on the company to disable its consumer-facing drones that are being used by the Russian military to “kill the Ukrainians.”

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