BERLIN - Germany's federal cybersecurity watchdog, the BSI, did not find any evidence of censorship functions in mobile phones manufactured by China's Xiaomi Corp , a spokesperson said on Thursday.
Lithuania's state cybersecurity body had said in September that Xiaomi phones had a built-in ability to detect and censor terms such as "Free Tibet", "Long live Taiwan independence" or "democracy movement".
The BSI started an examination following these accusations, which lasted several months.
"As a result, the BSI was unable to identify any anomalies that would require further investigation or other measures," the BSI spokesperson said.
More details to follow.