Five Chinese firms added to list of companies that threaten U.S. national security

U.S. 03/13/21, 16:05

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on Friday, March 12, designated five Chinese companies as national security threats under a 2019 law pushed by former President Trump aimed at protecting U.S. communications networks. The legislation relied upon by the FCC requires the agency to identify companies that produce telecommunications equipment and services ...

US denies export permission to companies supplying Huawei

U.S. 01/18/21, 14:41

In a new action against the abuses of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) by President Donald Trump's administration, he notified several Huawei suppliers, including chip manufacturer Intel, that the United States is denying a considerable number of licenses to sell to any company linked to the CCP and would intend ...

Controversial: Huawei tested software to recognize Uighurs and alert police

World 12/09/20, 18:55

According to an internal report, the much questioned Chinese telecommunications company, Huawei, has tested surveillance and facial recognition software that will alert Chinese Communist Party (CCP) authorities when it identifies Uighur Muslims. According to the report to which The Washington Post had access, the telecommunications company worked during 2018 together with ...

Germany would be the next to ban Huawei as a threat to its national security

Europe 11/04/20, 10:20

In a dialogue with the Sydney Morning Herald on Monday, Nov. 2, German Defense Minister Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer referred to the exclusion of Huawei from her country's telecommunications due to ethical issues. "If the technology offered to us is not beyond reproach, it cannot be used. The political ramifications would simply be ...

The collapse of Huawei: dozens of countries have already joined the Trump Administration’s “Clean Network” project

U.S. 10/27/20, 18:03

Bulgaria, Northern Macedonia, and Kosovo have just joined the "Clean Network" project promoted by the Trump Administration. The initiative, which is already supported by dozens of nations, could represent a lethal blow to the Chinese telecommunications company, Huawei. "With the triple signing of 5G security MOUs [memorandum of understanding], Bulgaria, North ...

Another blow to the Chinese regime: Sweden bans Huawei from 5G

America 10/20/20, 19:07

Sweden has banned the use of Huawei equipment on its 5G network on the 3.5 GHz band. The Stockholm decision joins other European countries that banned the telecom company for national security reasons. According to the Swedish Telecommunications Authority (PTS), the ban is a consequence of a new law passed in ...

Trump Administration Sanctions Hit Huawei, Slowing Income

United Kingdom 07/13/20, 19:34

The Trump Administration's sanctions appear to have hit the Chinese company Huawei hard. According to the questioned telecommunications company, its revenues have grown considerably slower so far in 2020. Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, the world's No. 2 telecoms company and smartphone manufacturer, reported on Monday that it reaped a meager 13.1 ...

Former Google chief warns that Huawei is a threat to Western security

U.S. 06/19/20, 12:47

Former Google chief Eric Schmidt said Huawei took part in "unacceptable acts" that make it a threat to the national security of the United States and Western countries. "There's no question that information from Huawei routers has ultimately ended up in hands that would appear to be the state [CCP]", Schmidt ...

US supports UK against CCP’s retaliation for Huawei

United Kingdom 06/11/20, 10:48

The United Kingdom is planning to build a 5G network itself, rejecting the offer of Huawei—linked to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)—so the CCP did not hesitate to threaten reprisals. U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo spoke out in favor of the UK, reminding it of the value of the alliance ...

Threat from the Chinese regime: US diplomats mention the risks of the 5G in Europe

U.S. 02/15/20, 13:20

With the advancement of 5G technology, China is getting closer to dominating the telecommunications market, mainly through its global supplier, the multinational Huawei, which has been pointed out on several occasions as being complicit with the Chinese communist regime. In the eagerness to implement a global network that allows much faster ...

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