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“With China’s surveillance know-how and equipment now flowing to the world, critics warn that it could help underpin a future of tech-driven authoritarianism, potentially leading to a loss of privacy on an industrial scale. Often described as public security systems, the technologies have darker potential uses as tools of political repression.”
Under President Xi Jinping, the Chinese government has vastly expanded domestic surveillance, fueling a new generation of companies that make sophisticated technology at ever lower...
The debate about network security is more complex than Huawei. Look at Lenovo laptops and servers and the many other devices connected to the internet.
Policymakers in the US and EU have focused on communications network equipment from Huawei and ZTE, noting that certain products should be restricted, if not...
[The Trump] administration’s recent rule barring the use of federal funds to buy products made by the Chinese telecom firm Huawei is sound national security policy.
President Donald Trump got something right. His administration’s recent rule barring the use of federal funds to buy products made by the Chinese telecom firm...
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.
Last week, the Supreme Court of British Columbia set a hearing date in extradition proceedings against Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer of the Chinese...
The Trump administration has told the German government it would limit intelligence sharing with Berlin if Huawei Technologies Co. is allowed to build Germany’s next-generation mobile-internet infrastructure.
The Trump administration has told the German government it would limit intelligence sharing with Berlin if Huawei Technologies Co. is allowed to build Germany’s next-generation...
[Lenovo] is a company that essentially, it’s an arm of the Chinese government.
Rosalyn Layton discusses the tech war with China, the Chinese threat, and how the president has dealt with them thus far. Watch the Interview
That equipment, that technology they couldn’t steal they purchased outright and in the future their goal is to be completely independent of American technology while they get all of us addicted to their cheap products.
The Epoch Times interviews American Enterprise Institute Fellow Roslyn Layton about the threat of Chinese technology to America’s freedom at #CPAC 2019 Watch the Interview...
“Fortunately, we have kept some of the worst offenders out; Huawei, a number of American companies don’t want to build their network with that equipment.
Kirby Wilbur interviews Rosyln Layton about the Chinese surveillance threat in American telecommunications equipment. Listen to the Interview (0:00-12:30)
[Huawei’s] not the only threat. There’s ZTE … Lenovo, the largest maker of laptops.
Rosalyn Layton, Trump Transition team for FCC and internet policy analyst, discusses the tech war with China, the Chinese threat, and how the president has...
In their rush to declare moral superiority over the US, European policymakers disregarded the existential threats to privacy by network hardware manufacturers Huawei, ZTE, and Lenovo.
My goal is for Congress to learn about the results of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), avoid its mistakes, and ultimately leapfrog Europe with...