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While it is possible that the success or failure of negotiations may contribute to some small variation in targeting and damage scales in Chinese cyber...
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A spokeswoman for the Swedish company declined to comment on future plans for 5G rollout in Greenland, but said Tele Greenland is “an important customer”...
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This is evidenced by a hitherto darkened sound recording, Berlingske experiences. It is the first reveal of how the Chinese government has linked access to...
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Unknown to most consumers, many of these firms also are either state-owned or state-controlled, with large investments from the Chinese government and corporate leadership intimately...
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This is the latest in a series of actions by the U.S. government aimed at barring American companies from purchasing Huawei and ZTE equipment. Huawei...
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As described in detail by annual reports of the bipartisan U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission since 2000, Chinese-made information technology presents numerous threats to the...
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Strand Consult argues that GSMA’s analysis is inappropriately “based upon assumptions that the market for network equipment is perfectly competitive, which it is not, and...
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The 55 carriers that serve up to 100,000 subscribers each and are represented by the Rural Wireless Association, received subsidies and spent most of the cash on deeply...
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Huawei was identified as a threat in 2012, but it took leadership five years to take action. Thankfully, the Pentagon’s lagging response has finally increased...
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