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U.S. Will Introduce Classified Surveillance Info at Huawei Trial

United States prosecutors said on Thursday that classified information gathered under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) will be introduced in the federal trial of Chinese telecom company Huawei, which has been charged with committing money laundering, bank fraud, and wire fraud in the course of violating U.S. sanctions against Iran.

US looks to trump China's Huawei in Papua New Guinea

U.K. Officials Identify More Security Risks in Huawei Electronics

Security officials in the United Kingdom issued a report on Thursday identifying further security risks in equipment from Chinese telecom giant Huawei. The report noted Huawei has made no progress on addressing previously identified problems and said it would be “difficult” to manage the security risk from further Huawei purchases.

Huawei exec to seek Canada bail on health grounds

EU Ignores U.S. Call To Ban Huawei 5G Equipment

The European Commission has ignored U.S. calls to ban Chinese tech supplier Huawei as it announced a series of new cybersecurity recommendations for next-generation mobile networks.

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Rubio: Huawei ‘Should Not Be in Business in America’

Wednesday on Fox Business Network’s “Varney & Company,” Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) made his case for keeping China tech company Huawei out of the United States of America, citing a “national security issue.” Rubio pointed out Huawei is not like

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China’s Huawei Sues U.S. Government for Blocking Sales

China’s giant Huawei telecommunications company announced on Thursday it filed a lawsuit against the United States government over its ban on government agencies and contractors buying Huawei equipment. The ban was imposed over concerns that Huawei products may create security vulnerabilities that could be exploited by Chinese intelligence agents.

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UK, EU Consider Huawei Ban

The United Kingdom and the European Union are both considering banning Chinese tech giant Huawei’s equipment from telecommunication networks, in moves that would follow others already enacted across the English-speaking world.

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Huawei Founder Praises Communism, Apple Computers, Donald Trump, and Immortality

Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei spoke to foreign reporters this week for the first time since his company concluded a disastrous year of cyber-espionage suspicions, bans by the United States and other governments, and Canada’s arrest of Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou, who happens to be Ren’s daughter. Ren did some damage control for Huawei in his press engagements, striving to project optimism and stressing his corporate independence from the Chinese Communist government.

Huawei founder denies spying for China in rare interview

Taiwanese Institute Bans Huawei Phones for ‘Information Security’

The Industrial Technology Research Institute of Taiwan announced on Tuesday that smartphones and computers from China’s Huawei corporation will no longer be allowed to connect with its internal network. The ban was imposed “for the sake of information security.”

Pedestrians walk past a Huawei store in Beijing on December 28, 2018. - Chinese telecoms giant Huawei expects to see a 21 percent rise in revenue for 2018, its chairman said on December 27, despite a year of 'unfair treatment' which saw its products banned in several countries over security …

World View: China’s Economy Destabilizes as Huawei Introduces Cheap Smartphone

Contents: Huawei plans to become world’s biggest smartphone supplier as it introduce Huawei P Smart 2019; Poland arrests Huawei employee on spying allegations; Chinese economic expert Xiang Songzuo warns that economy shows signs of crashing; Xiang’s Headline statistic: At most 1.67% GDP rate of growth; China’s Five phases of consumption; Major misjudgments about China’s economy

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