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Huawei calls on U.S., others to show proof of security risk

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By JOE McDONALD

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The US and others are not going to show "proof" and thereby disclose their intelligence methods and sources. The company's connection to the Chinese PLA has been known for years. Huawei is toast.

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Cisco and Motorola caught Huawei stealing their intellectual property.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10485560675556000

Huawei Admits Copying Code From Cisco in Router Software

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-motorola-huawei/motorola-sues-huawei-for-trade-secret-theft-idUSTRE66L0J220100722

Motorola sues Huawei for trade secret theft

Huawei physically stole parts in 2014 from a testing robot during a visit to T-Mobile. The robot was used to ensure buttons on phones would last.

https://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/16/us/politics/china-phones-software-security.html

Secret Back Door in Some U.S. Phones Sent Data to China, Analysts Say

This one impacted a number of Chinese handset makers. The Chinese software company who made it claimed that it was created for a specific Chinese customer and never should have been deployed on phones sold anywhere else.

Plenty of "security risks" in my book.

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You can’t give proof when it is a conspiracy.

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China is not helping by passing the law obliging Chinese companies to cooperate with the government - essentially making it illegal for Chinese companies to say no to the government

So blame China

"You can't make yourself more excellent by blocking competitors from the playing field," he said.

But isn't that what China has been doing? No Amazon, no Google, limiting foreign films and media, etc.

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