So i guess it no news to us that the telecom giant Huawei was banned from the US due to some security mistrust. The US believes that so as long Huawei has a huge exposure and a tight relationship with the chinese government they can’t be trusted. 🙏
The feud between the two nations have been getting hot as the day goes by and it seems like some outside parties are beginning to take sides too.
On Friday ITU chief Houlin Zhao spoke out publicly against the ban, he said “If you find anything wrong, then you can charge [Huawei] and accuse them, But if we don’t have anything then to put them on the blacklist – I think this is not fair.”( but if you come to think of it he does have a point, but the Americans are also not completely wrong because they are just taking precautionary measures )
Well that the opinion of someone from the Chinese side now from the US side we have DHS’s cybersecurity and infrastructure chief Chris Krebs who on Thursday at a cybersecurity forum said “Our focus is not on the country of origin, or the company, but it’s about what is the rule of law under which that product is potentially subject to, it’s the rise of authoritarian states and how they’re operationalizing their tech sectors.”
Ever since the ban, the fight between these two has intensified making it look harder to see if the argument could even be resolved. And now it looking like a fight between the US and china not Huawei anymore.🏁
Let us know what you think about the issue and who’s side you’re taking.
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