Former prime minister Malcolm Turnbull is wrong to claim that he was the first person to raise the subject of banning Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei technologies from bidding to be a supplier for Australia's 5G networks, the company's Australian arm claims.
The ABC's Four Corners program on Monday night was titled The Truth about 5G. It would have been better if it had been titled FUD about Huawei.
One of the weirdest conspiracy theories to ever emerge in Australia has as its sponsor the Communications Minister Paul Fletcher. According to this theory, people who are raising doubts about the safety of 5G — or tying it to the COVID-19 outbreak — could be state-based actors — aka spies from another country — who are spreading this misinformation to divide Australia.
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