A Chinese technology firm that made an internet browser it claims is used by the government and can break the “monopoly” of U.S. software has been found to use parts of Google’s Chrome browser.
Redcore, a Chinese start-up said it has developed “core technology” with “independent intellectual property rights” in regards to its browser.
But eagle-eyed users on Chinese social media spotted traces of Chrome in the installation directory of Redcore’s browser. There was a file in the directory called “Chrome.exe” and some image files of Google’s browser.
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