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Trump Gives Huawei Another 90-Day Reprieve: Who is Desperate for a Deal?
Susan Miller 8/18/2019 10:47:58 PM

How can you be so sure that #Huawai's security flaws are innocent errors? I used to be that naive, but more and more I'm learning that powerful companies abuse their power for their own profit, at users expenses.

For example, you may recall years ago #Google's mapping vehicles "accidentally" hacked in to people's networks and stole their data. It recently came out, as per Bloomberg, CNN, and others, that this was not an accident, but was done intentionally:

If $GOOG could do somethign so nefarious, why not Huawai?

Trump Gives Huawei Another 90-Day Reprieve: Who is Desperate for a Deal?
Moon Kil Woong 8/18/2019 2:06:38 PM

Sadly the simple fact is #Huawai's networking products have major security flaws, however, this is more due to their lack of expertise than anything else. It is right to block purchasing their product to sensitive industries in the US. However blocking Huawei from buying US equipment is rather dumb given it hurts our own industry and encourages China to make competing products. Illogic is guiding most of our trade war and Huawei has become a victim of the trade war now as are those US companies that supplied to it.

As for Huawei, not just the US but others should be notified of the major security flaws they have introduced into their network using a cheap but clearly inferior product. This is a fault of the industry and the security regulation organization as much as it is Huawei's. The US government should have never had to get involved given the glaring security flaws in their products.

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