China’s crackdown on flight-tracking devices leaves companies and hobbyists frustrated

//China’s crackdown on flight-tracking devices leaves companies and hobbyists frustrated

China’s crackdown on flight-tracking devices leaves companies and hobbyists frustrated

On September 24, when Huawei Technologies Co’s finance chief Meng Wanzhou boarded a chartered Air China plane headed back to Shenzhen after a nearly three-year house arrest in Vancouver, thousands of Chinese patriots hopped online to follow the Boeing 777’s 10-hour homecoming journey in real time and share updated screenshots of its flight path.Those Chinese plane-spotters relied on Flightradar24, a website that allows internet users to obtain instant information about travelling jets,…

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