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  • China detains 66 Taiwanese since 2023, says security chief

    Discover the risks for Taiwanese citizens traveling to China as National Security Bureau reports 66 detentions in the past year, emphasizing caution due to China’s new laws. Learn about the heightened travel advisories and who is most at risk.
    2024/07/08 15:32
  • Taiwan boosts patrols after fishing vessel seized by China

    Discover how Taiwan is boosting patrols in its waters following the seizure of a Taiwanese fishing vessel by the China Coast Guard, as announced by National Security Bureau Director-General Tsai Ming-yen. This move aims to protect legal maritime activities and uphold fishermen’s rights amidst rising tensions.
    2024/07/08 13:44
  • Taiwan military found using Chinese tech, raising concerns

    Discover how Taiwan’s military is addressing national security concerns after the discovery of Chinese-made tech, including Huawei routers, in its camps. Read about the actions taken by the Ministry of National Defense’s Armaments Bureau.
    2024/07/05 10:54
  • Tsai Ming-yen addresses unusual detention of fishing vessel

    Discover the latest on the detention of a Taiwanese fishing boat by Chinese authorities and Taiwan’s response to protect fishermen’s rights and address alleged media infiltration.
    2024/07/04 12:19
  • NSB chief warns of Chinese gray-zone tactics against Taiwan

    Discover how Taiwan’s National Security Bureau is addressing Chinese drones and vessels’ intrusions, highlighting gray-zone tactics and the importance of international intelligence collaboration.
    2024/06/12 13:30
  • Taiwan probes CCP’s role in Chinese man’s illegal entry

    Discover the latest on Taiwan’s national security as officials investigate a Chinese man, formerly a PLA Navy captain, who illegally entered Taiwan, highlighting concerns over potential CCP manipulation. 3. NSB gathering intel on man’s China activities. 4. Arrest prompts review of maritime security.
    2024/06/12 12:43
  • NSB: China’s military drills near Taiwan to become routine

    Discover how China’s military exercises around Taiwan, as reported by the National Security Bureau, signal a new norm and pose multifaceted threats to the island’s security and international relations.
    2024/05/29 15:26
  • PLA launches military drills around Taiwan, raising tensions

    Discover the latest on the People’s Liberation Army’s military exercises around Taiwan, dubbed "Joint Sword-2024A," and Taiwan’s response to ensure national security and the safety of its transportation amidst rising tensions.
    2024/05/23 15:14
  • Tsai stands by defense minister despite resignation offer

    Presidential Office Spokesperson Olivia Lin confirms Defense Minister Chiu Kuo-cheng’s apology to President Tsai Ing-wen over a family-related issue and his verbal resignation offer. Tsai opts for Chiu to stay due to regional security concerns. Chiu’s son’s sex scandal triggers a National Security Bureau investigation. Speculation arises over Chiu’s resignation after missing a key event. Defense Ministry remains silent on the matter. Chiu’s absence from a legislative meeting fuels rumors of his potential leave.
    2024/03/29 16:22
  • Taiwan OAC: boats can evade Chinese maritime inspections

    Minister of Ocean Affairs Council, Kuan Bi-ling, addresses Taiwanese vessels’ response to mainland Chinese coast guard inspections. The incident involving a Kinmen tourist boat prompts calls for caution and avoidance of interactions with China’s maritime authorities. Taiwan’s Ministry of Transportation and Communications and Ministry of National Defense emphasize adherence to international customs and a policy of non-intervention. Premier Chen Chien-jen urges rational cooperation for maritime security.
    2024/02/20 17:08
  • Premier vows precision in tackling TikTok misinformation

    The Taiwanese government, led by Premier Chen Chien-jen, has emphasized its commitment to handling issues with the social media platform TikTok with precision. The government aims to address potential misinformation on social platforms to enhance public literacy and has warned of legal sanctions for spreading false information. The Ministry of Justice Investigation Bureau recently established a Cognitive Warfare Research Center, which has raised concerns about potential infringements on freedom of speech. Chen highlighted the use of TikTok in advancing cognitive warfare efforts in some countries and the need for stricter government scrutiny. Taiwan has already banned the use of TikTok in government sectors since 2020. Chen argued that autocratic nations often exploit democratic societies’ free speech to influence elections through social media. He reiterated Taiwan’s status as a free and democratic country ruled by law, emphasizing the government’s responsibility to protect freedom of speech. Chen also highlighted the threats posed by spreading false or misinformation to reputation, health, privacy, societal stability, and national security. He called on democracies worldwide to approach this issue with caution.
    2024/01/19 16:24
  • NSB warns against fake surveillance lists before elections

    Taiwan’s National Security Bureau (NSB) has denied the existence of online sales of illicit surveillance, which allegedly included sensitive information on political figures from both the ruling and opposition parties. Concerns have been raised as the nation approaches its upcoming elections, with officials warning of rampant disinformation on the internet. The false information, distributed anonymously on an online forum, claimed to reveal a list of monitored individuals, including legislators and high-ranking officials. The Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB) has stated that the true identities of those under surveillance would not be disclosed through the documents. Suspicions have been raised that the circulated documents were digitally altered, potentially as an attempt to influence the elections. National security officials have drawn parallels between this incident and previous accusations of unlawful surveillance spread on social media platforms in early 2021. They caution that the dissemination of false data may have political motives aimed at disrupting internal political stability and public order, particularly on the eve of elections. The public is urged not to be swayed by these falsehoods and to refrain from sharing misinformation.
    2023/12/07 11:06
  • Taiwan’s MJIB adds deputy director for cybercrime fight

    Taiwan’s Legislative Yuan has passed a bill appointing an additional deputy director to the Ministry of Justice’s Investigation Bureau (MJIB) to enhance its capacity in handling surveillance technology and combating cybercrime. The new position will focus on managing technological development, detecting computer and internet-related crimes, ensuring information security, conducting forensic science, and overseeing communication surveillance. The move comes in response to the increasing demand for expertise in these specialized areas. Currently, the MJIB operates under the guidance of two deputy directors, but the rise in sophisticated crime has led to a significant workload increase in judicial forensic investigations. By expanding the number of deputy director positions from two to three, the MJIB aims to improve the professional handling of surveillance technology and strengthen national defense mechanisms. This legislative revision demonstrates Taiwan’s commitment to staying ahead of the curve in a rapidly changing security landscape and elevating the nation’s defense against cyber threats.
    2023/12/05 21:46
  • Hsiao Bi-khim cautions against taking election lightly

    Hsiao Bi-khim, the Democratic Progressive Party’s vice-presidential candidate, warned against complacency during her campaign stop in Taichung, Taiwan, emphasizing the intense electoral competition across the country. She embarked on her first-ever campaign sweep in a specialized vehicle provided by the National Security Bureau and joined forces with Legislator Lin Ching-yi of Taichung’s 2nd electoral district. Hsiao visited Lin’s campaign headquarters in Wuri District and held a press conference with the legislator. She then boarded a high-security campaign vehicle, complete with bulletproof glass and guarded by national security personnel. Hsiao’s campaign received presidential-level support, including a motorcade of ten vehicles and police motorcycles dedicated to her protection. Reflecting on the challenges of the campaign trail, Hsiao acknowledged the contrast to her past electoral experiences in Hualien. This visit to Taichung was significant for Hsiao, as she expressed her honor in supporting Lin, a colleague known for her strong sense of justice and camaraderie. Hsiao and Lin have long championed foreign affairs and gender equality issues together. Today’s itinerary will take Hsiao through four electoral districts in Taichung, underscoring the importance of each district in her campaign tour.
    2023/12/04 17:31
  • Premier Chen emphasizes cybersecurity amid rising attacks

    Executive Yuan Premier Chen Chien-jen stresses the importance of robust cybersecurity measures and announces a new data protection committee during his visit to local banks amid increasing cyber attacks in Taiwan.
    2023/11/22 20:54
  • National Security Bureau unveils "An-wei 8" operation

    The National Security Bureau (NSB) of Taiwan has launched the ’An-wei 8’ security operation to fortify the safety of presidential and vice-presidential candidates for the upcoming elections. The task force includes advanced weaponry and technology, such as bulletproof vehicles and sniffer dogs, to ensure a secure election period.
    2023/11/09 11:26
  • NSB tracks illicit money from China ahead of election

    The National Security Bureau (NSB) of Taiwan is actively investigating polling companies suspected of having strong ties with China and engaging in illicit financial activities. Concerns have been raised about potential Chinese intervention in the upcoming 2024 general elections. China’s Taiwan Affairs Office (TAO) has been accused of attempting to influence election results by inviting pro-Kuomintang (KMT) commentators and polling officials to China. There are reports of generative AI technologies being used to spread disinformation through edited viral clips, potentially impacting the elections. Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) legislators have called for offensive counter-espionage techniques to combat these opposing forces. The NSB is working to trace the origins of these financial flows and is closely monitoring the situation. The NSB has also warned that legal action will be taken if any manipulative activity or election fraud is detected.
    2023/11/08 19:16
  • NSB head to mark Anwei No. 8 field exercise with ceremony

    The National Security Bureau (NSB) will hold a ceremony to mark the completion of the Anwei No. 8 field exercise, which aimed to enhance national security in light of the upcoming presidential election. The exercise involved 220 specialized task force officers from various law enforcement agencies and the military. The ceremony will showcase the achievements of the officers, including newly procured equipment and intensive field training. The NSB’s goal was for the officers to achieve three objectives during training, and the public will have the opportunity to witness their performance during the ceremony.
    2023/11/07 20:11
  • NSB watching Chinese spouses closely as election nears

    The National Security Bureau (NSB) chief Tsai Ming-yen has announced that Mainland Chinese spouses who accept funding from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) will be handed over to judicial authorities. Tsai stated that while he respects the activities of Mainland Chinese spouses in Taiwan as long as they are legal, he urged vigilance in monitoring collaborations with united front work operations, activities with political objectives, and accepting funding from the CCP and its organizations in Taiwan. He emphasized that if there is concrete evidence, individuals will be handed over to judicial authorities. The potential inclusion of mainland China-born Xu Chunying in the Taiwan People’s Party (TPP) at-large legislative candidate list has raised national security concerns. Xu claims to no longer carry any Chinese status and therefore believes she is not obligated to observe its laws. Tsai did not publicly comment on Xu’s case. In other news, Tsai stated that the case involving Democratic Progressive Party legislator Chao Tien-lin’s alleged extramarital affair partner being a spy is now in the courts for examination. Tsai respects the outcome of the investigation and refrained from further commenting as the case has entered judicial proceedings.
    2023/11/06 17:54
  • Taiwanese official warns of CCP involvement in polls

    Taiwan’s National Security Bureau Director General, Tsai Ming-yen, has revealed that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) may be involved in influencing the upcoming presidential election through Taiwanese PR firms conducting polls.
    2023/10/04 14:33
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