The US government wants to ban the use of Huawei and ZTE products

Companies have long been suspected of   ties with   government of China, so the use of   of products by state employees are considered a threat to national security

The US government wants to ban the use of Huawei and ZTE products

Member of the US House of Representatives from   Texas, Mike Konavay submitted to the US Congress a bill called " Defending US Government Communications Act " (Act of   protection of US government communications), which provides for a ban on   use in   the government of the States of Huawei's products and   ZTE.

What does it mean

The Act proposes to prohibit government services, authorities and   smartphones, telecommunications equipment and   services of Huawei and   ZTE.

AT   what's the matter

The author of the bill   threat to national security: Huawei and   ZTE is suspected of   ties with   the Chinese government. Companies allegedly share information with   authorities, and   use them   products in   Thus, the United States " will become an invitation to Chinese intelligence in   all aspects of life. "

These fears arose long ago. For example, in   In 2010, 4 senators submitted letters to the   The Federal   connection, even then suspecting Huawei and   ZTE in   ties with   " Top " of China. Within a year, both companies became involved in the report of the Standing Committee of the House of Representatives on   intelligence, in   which recommended that the US government be prohibited from buying Huawei products and   ZTE.

Not   lucky, so not   lucky   - this is how you can describe the recent attempts of Huawei to enter the   American market. First, the deal failed with   operator AT & T, through which they were supposed to sell the flagship Mate 10 Pro in   States. Now   If the bill is adopted, it will be another blow to the   prospects for Huawei to enter the   American market.

Source: The Verge

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