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The American Central Intelligence Agency discussed plans to either abduct or kill WikiLeaks founder and publisher Julian Assange in 2017, a Yahoo! News report claims.

Published in Strategy

The US State Department selectively leaked parts of two diplomatic cables about the infectious disease research lab in China's Wuhan Province to the Washington Post, resulting in a badly skewed op-ed about security at the lab being written by columnist Josh Rogin.

Published in Health

The Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade says one of its committees has been tasked with inquiring into the possibility of the country adopting a Magnitsky-style global human rights sanctions regime. This would be a copy of what the US has done.

Published in Government Tech Policy

The US Government has said it will deny visas to employees of Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies who are found to be assisting authoritarian governments in violating human rights, including in China's western Xinjiang Province.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Australian Foreign Minister Marise Payne has given other countries even more impetus to call this country a lapdog of the US, completely forgetting that the US was among the countries spreading disinformation with a vengeance during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Published in Open Sauce

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison is maintaining a studious silence about a threat by US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to "disconnect Australia" because the state of Victoria has signed up to China's Belt and Road initiative.

Published in Open Sauce

The Indian Government has given Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies the go-ahead to participate in the forthcoming trials of 5G networks.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Comments by a spokesperson from the US State Department, claiming that the US National Defence Authorisation Act, which included a ban on public procurement of Huawei technologies, was based on evidence, have drawn a sarcastic rejoinder from China.

Published in Government Tech Policy

US President Donald Trump has hinted at what some observers have been saying all along – that Chinese telecommunications equipment provider Huawei Technologies will be part of a US-China trade deal whenever it is finalised.

Published in Government Tech Policy

The UK has left the door open for a backflip on its reported decision to give Chinese telecommunications vendor Huawei technologies a limited role in the rollout of 5G networks, with Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt saying that London would never take a decision that would compromise its ability to share intelligence with its Five Eyes colleagues.

Published in Government Tech Policy

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.

Published in Government Tech Policy

In its latest bid to make the rest of the world avoid the use of equipment from Chinese telecommunications outfit Huawei Technologies, US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has told the Fox Business Network that Washington would not partner, or share information, with any country that used the Chinese firm's gear in its 5G networks.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Six diplomatic staff at the Ecuador embassy in London have been issued subpoenas by the US Department of Justice, which wants to question them in the wake of a story published by The Guardian claiming that former Trump campaign manager, Paul Manafort, visited WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange.

Published in Strategy
Monday, 17 September 2018 19:52

India bars Huawei, ZTE from 5G trials

India's Department of Telecommunications has barred Chinese telecommunications providers Huawei Technologies and ZTE Corporation from participating in trials for developing 5G use cases in the country, the Economic Times has reported.

Published in Technology Regulation

China has mocked what it calls the "American sense of insecurity" after the heads of six US intelligence agencies claimed that phones made in China might be used for spying.

Published in Security

Two of America's spy agencies, the CIA and the FBI, have launched a bid to try and discover who leaked a massive load of documents — which has been labelled Vault 7 and released in drips since 7 March — to WikiLeaks.

Published in Security

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