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.
Vodafone has been given a conditional go-ahead to use Huawei's 5G radio access network in Italy, the news agency Reuters reports.
The latest battleground for the US and China is Egypt, where an American official has warned authorities that they should avoid using Chinese technology for their 5G networks.
Officials from Brazilian telecommunications companies have snubbed a visiting US official who has been making the rounds and pushing various countries to exclude Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies from their 5G rollouts.
The US is continuing its campaign to put pressure on Europe to ban Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies from its 5G networks, with an official claiming that Huawei is part of state surveillance and complicit in human rights abuses.
Thanks Sam! Best article I've read in a little while :)
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