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The announcement came after Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said his government was still exploring options for 5G and had not yet formed an opinion on the possible role of Chinese companies. North Korea: Huawei secretly helped North Korea build and maintain its commercial wireless network. Intel, Qualcomm, Inter Digital Wireless and LG Uplus have restricted employees from informal conversations with Huawei. Nokia Statements: Nokia has disowned comments made a day earlier to the BBC by their CTO Marcus Weldon—comments that related to the alleged security issues with equipment from rival Huawei.A recommendation was expected by the end of May 2019. New Zealand: The country’s top intelligence agency has banned controversial Chinese vendor Huawei from supplying equipment for the country’s first 5G mobile network in November 2018. Such a move would raise questions of whether Huawei, which has used U. technology in its components, violated American export controls to furnish North Korea with equipment. Softbank: The company’s Japanese telecom unit selected Nokia and Ericsson as vendors for it next-generation 5G wireless network, excluding long-time supplier Huawei from the project. South Korea: More than a hundred South Korean politicians and business leaders toured Huawei’s headquarters and its lavish new campus outside Shenzhen. S.-China trade war, have landed export-driven South Korea in a familiar bind, caught between its crucial security ally and biggest trading partner. Multiple Technology Companies: Some of the world’s biggest tech companies have told their employees to stop talking about technology and technical standards with counterparts at Huawei in response to the recent U. Nokia has been careful in its public statements about Huawei’s difficulties. Thailand: Thailand launched a Huawei 5G test bed on February 8, 2019, even as the United States urges its allies to bar the Chinese telecoms giant from building next-generation mobile networks. United Arab Emirates (UAE): A telecom company called du has discussed U. restrictions on Huawei with the Chinese company, and believes the restrictions will not hamper its 5G network, its chief executive said. Continue to page two of two for Huawei-related policy statements from the United Kingdom, the United States, and more.But hey, even if the company does get completely shut down in China by the end of the week, at least they’ll have gained a good bit of free publicity out of this whole drama.Where is Huawei Technologies banned & permitted for 5G networking business & smartphones?To be fair, I wouldn’t believe what either of those governments (US or China) says, because we all know it’s rigged and nothing more than a bunch of lies intended to sway our opinions to benefit them.However, as you know, the Chinese government likes to constantly monitor the social media sites, and censorship is widely used (courtesy of the Great Firewall of China).-jp @ Flo: I suppose you could say the US spies on its own people (and they do), but that doesn’t absolve the fact that China is doing the same thing in a much more pervasive way.

On some thought, this banning issue is to pave the way for other telcos, like Nokia and Ericsson that have been silent for quite sometime.Obviously jealous of its incredible breakout success, We Chat has now banned China’s hottest social media app, one which aims to bring “sugar daddies” and “sugar babies” together — and which may not be around in China for long.The American dating app “Seeking Arrangement” has become a surprise overnight success in China, topping the charts this week for the most recent downloads of a free social networking app on China’s i OS app store, surpassing even We Chat itself.Can anyone explain the security issues with the Huawei equipment?I mean the details of where the leaks and back door are present. There was nothing very suspicious about the operation.

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