The American news agency Bloomberg has claimed that Chinese telecommunications vendor Huawei used malicious code to spy on Optus in 2012, a claim that the telco has denied. The story in question is replete with dubious assertions, risible claims and quotes that do not match what the reporters say they do.
The roster of disreputable organisations and individuals that have been associated with Chinese telecommunications equipment provider Huawei Technologies by Western sources to blacken its name never ceases to surprise. But the latest connection takes the cake: there are claims that former MI6 officer Christopher Steele, of Donald Trump fame, helped craft a report that accused Huawei and China's government of trying to manipulate British peers and MPs.
Faced with a lack of American parts for assembling its smartphones, the Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies has now started building its devices with components sourced elsewhere.
A senior Huawei official says US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo may soon declare a ban on trouser belts being made in China, claiming they are a risk to US national security as armies cannot fight with trousers round their ankles.
Huawei has appointed of John Suffolk as its global cyber security officer.
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