This week The Wall Street Journal reported that U.S.
“Intelligence shows Huawei has had this secret capability for more than a decade, U.S.
On Tuesday evening, after The Wall Street Journal quoted him as one of the officials that are accusing Huawei, the U.S.
Huawei issued a statement on Wednesday denying any accusation, it “has never and will never covertly access telecom networks, nor do we have the capability to do so.”
In November 2018, the Wall Street Journal reported that the US Government was urging its allies to exclude Huawei from critical infrastructure and 5G architectures.
The United States continues to highlight the risks to national security in case of adoption of Huawei equipment and is inviting internet providers and
Chinese equipment is broadly adopted in many allied countries, including Germany, Italy, and Japan.
Many countries are going to build 5G infrastructure, but the approach of their governments is completely different.
Both the UK and the European Union did not ban the Chinese equipment, the British authorities excluded Huawei from supplying equipment used in the core of the national 5G network.
“The United States and other countries require that so-called “lawful intercept” capabilities be built into networks, though the equipment manufacturers are not supposed to have secret access to them.”
Some experts pointed out that while the US intelligence has yet to disclose evidence for the presence of the
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