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US discovers its Chinese purge of security gear is impossible
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Witchhunts often are

Redfaced US federal agencies who were told by Congress to rip out Chinese made surveillance gear have discovered the task is impossible.

Github unaffected by US export control orders
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Code collaboration is safe

Fears that China might lose access to the Git-hub depository are ill-founded.

US government discovers how Huawei dependant it is
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You mean our networks are going to grind to a halt? We didn’t think of that.

The red-faced underlings under Donald (Prince of Orange) Trump have just discovered that they can’t ban Huawei with the sudden drama that their boss wants.

US government insists Huawei fire its lawyer
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You don’t get to pick who defends you

The US government is insisting that Hauwei fire its lawyer claiming that James Cole’s prior work at the US Department of Justice created conflicts of interest that should disqualify him from defending the Chinese company in a case of alleged bank fraud and sanctions violations.

US spooks claim Huawei is funded by Chinese intelligence
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Still no proof

US intelligence has accused Huawei Technologies of being funded by Chinese state security.

US government crushes telco competition
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Tuesday, 23 April 2019 13:11

US government crushes telco competition


You have the sort of government corporates pay for


A shocking new report has found that big US telco monopolies have been managing to crush competition from small communities by bribing lobbying politicians to make competition illegal.

US admits it spied on Huawei to prove it was spying
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So any evidence may be classified.

US authorities gathered information about Huawei through secret surveillance that they plan to use in a case accusing the Chinese telecom equipment maker of sanctions busting and bank fraud, prosecutors said.

The US continues to slag off Huawei
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Friday, 01 March 2019 11:53

The US continues to slag off Huawei


... and threaten its allies

The US government is continuing to lean on its allies to slag off the Chinese network gear maker Huawei.

China walks away from US cybersecurity truce
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Wednesday, 20 February 2019 11:04

China walks away from US cybersecurity truce


Crowdstrike warning

Security outfit Crowdstrike has warned that China has largely abandoned a hacking truce negotiated by Barack Obama as payment for President Donald Trump's trade war with Beijing.

US Carriers may ignore privacy worries
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Wednesday, 16 January 2019 11:23

US Carriers may ignore privacy worries


Until Trump gets his wall

US carriers will be given a free pass to do what they like with customer’s data until President Donald Trump gets his wall with Mexico and the government shutdown ends.