The Chinese technology company Huawei is a challenge to US national security and has engaged in “practices that are not acceptable in national security,” according to Google’s former boss Eric Schmidt, who now chairs the Pentagon’s Defense Innovation Board, in a BBC interview.
America claims Chinese law forces @Huawei to spy - this is false. In fact, US laws allow government to intercept private communications, conduct surveillance & collect personal data. No Chinese law can force Huawei to hack networks. #5G #cybersecurity https://t.co/4gxTNcEMWU— Huawei Australia (@HuaweiOZ) June 10, 2020
#5G networks will touch every aspect of our lives. With so much on the line, it’s urgent that trustworthy companies build these information arteries. European countries shouldn’t give control of their infrastructure to Chinese tech giants like Huawei, ZTE. https://t.co/eU0GWTB7Ix— Secretary Pompeo (@SecPompeo) December 3, 2019