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The United States authorities are correct to point out that Huawei can perform critical commercial, military and diplomatic espionage; actually, Chinese law explicitly requires it to.
[Lenovo] is a company that essentially, it’s an arm of the Chinese government.
Lenovo is partially owned by the Chinese Academy of Sciences. This seeming ‘academic’ entity is actually a finance and investment arm of the Chinese government …
New provisions made to China’s Cybersecurity Law last November gives state agencies the legal authority to remotely conduct penetration testing on any internet-related business operating in China, and even copy and later share any data government officials find on inspected systems.
Many of China’s global tech leaders, such as Huawei, Lenovo and ZTE, while privately run on paper and publicly traded, are partially owned, directly supported and tasked by the Communist government.
The U.S. intelligence community has long believed that Huawei is susceptible to the control of Chinese intelligence services.