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Post time 2019-3-31 14:54:58 |Display all floors


A British review of Huawei reportedly found "significant" issues in the Chinese company's engineering processes. No technology is 100 percent perfect for the complex economic and political landscape in Europe. There may be some technological problems with Huawei's telecom equipment, but possible technological flaws should not be politicized and used to blame Huawei's 5G as an "evil technology."

The European Commission has recently recommended that EU nations share data to handle cybersecurity risks in 5G networks but shunned US calls to ban Chinese telecom giant Huawei across the bloc. However, we cannot be overly optimistic about the economic environment in Europe.

The statement issued by the European Commission has been generally welcomed, emphasizing the importance of a fact-based principle when it comes to telecom services suppliers, including those from China. This is necessary to ensure the EU's independence, which cannot be realized if it yields to whatever the US wants in the area of security.

The EU's independence is a crucial prerequisite for the bloc's solidarity.

However, concerns remain over whether some individual EU nations will bow to US pressure to reject the unified actions recommended by the European Commission and ban Huawei from participating in their 5G networks. The Huawei case is not only an issue relating to cybersecurity risks, but also a tough test for the EU's solidarity.

Some US allies in Europe may follow the US strategy to crack down on the Chinese telecom company, while others superficially stated that they will treat Huawei fairly but in reality may impose subtle restrictions on it, citing various reasons.

Huawei can help the EU's 5G construction with high efficiency and low costs. Following the US request to ban Huawei is not conducive to the development of the bloc's 5G network and the introduction of unified standards in European countries.

Cybersecurity is an important issue, as it will decide the future of the global 5G industry. China supports the EU's effort to ensure its cybersecurity. China's top legislature adopted the Cybersecurity Law in 2016, a move suggesting that the Chinese government respects and attaches great importance to the issue of cybersecurity.

Although some US officials allege Huawei equipment poses a security risk, there is no evidence to prove that. We believe Huawei has a clear understanding of how important the cybersecurity issue is, and it will not destroy its future by stealing data. Further cooperation can prove that and build mutual trust among Huawei and European countries.

The author is a reporter with the Global Times. bizopinion@globaltimes.com.cn



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Post time 2019-3-31 16:06:32 |Display all floors

EU charged US companies for siphoning high valued sensitive information crucial and critical for US companies in winning huge amount of contracts that worth hundreds of billions of dollars, but EU dare not take US any further as US muscle was too tough to sink teeth into.

US specializes in demonizing other nations that are in its way to capture good market shares. Best solution is to serve at least more than half of the profits to US and the issues do not exist for certain!

This is the real US! It owes the world but the world must pay to and crawl at its feet!




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Post time 2019-3-31 20:04:20 |Display all floors
GhostBuster Post time: 2019-3-31 16:06
EU charged US companies for siphoning high valued sensitive information crucial and critical for US ...

There are no charges filed against the US. The complaint is a foreign government's access to private personal data that resides in the EU, that the US seeks for criminal investigation. This is totally different from China's state sponsored cyber theft of IP.

What is interesting is; the European Commission’s new “E-evidence” laws due next month will force tech giants to hand over sensitive digital information on EU or non-EU citizens — even if it’s stored on servers outside the union. Because this is exactly what they are complaining to the US about.

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Post time 2019-3-31 22:47:39 |Display all floors
Boston101 Post time: 2019-3-31 20:04
There are no charges filed against the US. The complaint is a foreign government's access to priva ...


US will take away whatever US likes and wants!

Leave the rest out in the cold and wet!




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Post time 2019-4-1 09:07:13 |Display all floors
China's industry still not strong enough so Huawei remain the only Chinese company to step forward which is a pity ..

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Post time 2019-4-2 11:58:08 |Display all floors
GhostBuster Post time: 2019-4-2 09:31
US DOD sponsors more US companies than you ever know.
Please do not brag! First, you brag about N ...

Name them.

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Post time 2019-4-3 06:47:17 |Display all floors
  

Here's the hidden logic, the fact that band of Anglo brothers     , namely USA, Canada, Britain, Australia & New Zealand, would like to keep the whole wide world under their spying, listening and watching radar, through their numerous telecommunication and complexed networks. For instance, current on going conflict involving Huawei is just one more excuse, that revealed the coordinated effort executed by the Family of Five, since they are all collectively coordinating in this effort as they as a family feels their monopoly being threatened. That is what is all about, and the rest is the history!

Learn more revealing secret details below.


https://bbs.chinadaily.com.cn/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=724132&fromuid=864273



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In era of universal deceit, telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act (George Orwell)

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