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US Delegation to Give ‘B*****king’ to UK Officials Over Huawei 5G Decision — Report

US Delegation to Give ‘B*****king’ to UK Officials Over Huawei 5G Decision — Report

The White House will send a delegation to Britain to press Prime Minister Boris Johnson over Huawei and 5G, The Telegraph reports, citing a source familiar with the plans. It is understood that the delegation will be led by Mick Mulvaney, Donald Trump’s chief of staff, and will “call for [the British] government to change its position” on whether Huawei

US Crackdown on China's Huawei Echoes Japan's Toshiba Case in 1980s – Academic

US Crackdown on China's Huawei Echoes Japan's Toshiba Case in 1980s – Academic

Sputnik: U.S. prosecutors have accused Huawei of stealing trade secrets and helping Iran track protesters in its latest indictment against the Chinese technology giant. What’s the significance of these new accusations? How true are they? Tom Harper: Ironically, this is one of the accusations the US has often levelled against Huawei and related to Huawei

US urges Britain to take another 'hard look' at letting Huawei into 5G

US urges Britain to take another 'hard look' at letting Huawei into 5G

Britain needs to take a “hard look” and reconsider its decision to allow the Chinese firm Huawei into the UK 5G network, US officials said on Friday. The remarks, made on the margins of the Munich security conference, represent the most direct public warning from Washington to the UK that it should rethink and needs to recognise the high risk of exposure

Washington Extends US Companies’ Cooperation With Huawei for Another 45 Days

Washington Extends US Companies’ Cooperation With Huawei for Another 45 Days

The Trump administration has announced a 45-day extension stipulating that US tech firms may further collaborate with China’s Huawei Technologies. The existing US license is due to expire on 16 February; Huawei has not commented on the matter yet. The US move comes after Huawei Vice President and cybersecurity chief John Suffolk hit out on Friday at

Huawei cyber security chief says no operator gives it access to intercept equipment

Huawei cyber security chief says no operator gives it access to intercept equipment

LONDON (Reuters) - Huawei’s cyber security chief said on Friday that he was not aware of any mobile operator ever having given the Chinese company access to the equipment used to intercept calls when required to do so by security services. United States officials told the Wall Street Journal this week that Huawei could covertly access communications

U.S. looking for industry partnership to counter Huawei: White House official

U.S. looking for industry partnership to counter Huawei: White House official

MUNICH (Reuters) - The United States is looking to develop a partnership with the telecoms industry to provide alternatives to China’s Huawei Technologies, a senior White House official said on Friday. Speaking at the Munich Security Conference in Germany, Robert Blair, White House special representative for international telecommunications policy,

Huawei Vice President Says US Hopes If It 'Throws Enough Mud, Some Of It Will Stick'

Huawei Vice President Says US Hopes If It 'Throws Enough Mud, Some Of It Will Stick'

Huawei Vice President John Suffolk said he is not aware of any operator who has given the company's staff access to lawful intercept gateway equipment. He added that he does not know how close Huawei is to lawful intercept gateway in all networks. According to Suffolk, one has to question why customers are not buying their competitors' equipment. MORE