The Chinese embassy in France indicated that discriminating against Huawei by selecting 5G network equipment based on the country of origin was blatant discrimination and industrial protectionism and hinted of possible retaliation.
Britain disagrees with the United States on the Huawei security risk on UK 5G network indicating that the risks involved in the use of the Chinese-manufacturer’s equipment was “manageable.”
FBI's testimony suggests that the Chinese cyber threat to national security is becoming much more sophisticated in the realm of cyber espionage including abuse of the “Thousand Talents” program.
CFIUS will be conducting a national security review on TikTok as top U.S. lawmakers think the company is used by the Chinese state to censor political opinion or snoop on U.S. citizens.
European Commission publishes joint risk assessment report on 5G security highlighting the need for a "new security paradigm" to ensure high level of cybersecurity preparedness.
Huawei’s dream of becoming a leader in 5G networks remains on hold as new study found many of its employees had prior links to Chinese intelligence and worked in projects eavesdropping on citizens or scooping up valuable data.
In many ways, the hubbub surrounding FaceApp privacy was really no different from the type of drama we’ve come to expect from social media companies.
Huawei claims that not only will they benchmark its Hongmeng OS against Apple iOS when it comes to data privacy and security, it will also be 60% faster than Android and MacOS.