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This report is a technical analysis of the source code of WeChat versions 8.0.15s as well as an analysis of publicly available Chinese government procurement documents. It has been prepared by Internet 2.0 for policy makers and legislators to make evidence-based decisions. WeChat is the dominant digital platform for communications in Mandarin and digital gateway to China.
The report has been broken into two primary parts. Part One is a technical analysis of WeChat and Part Two is an analysis of WeChat procurement contracts with Chinese Communist Party (CCP) propaganda departments.
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