Huawei a dit qu’il n’aurait jamais main données au gouvernement de la Chine. Sa experts…

Huawei a dit qu’il n’aurait jamais main données au gouvernement de la Chine. Sa experts…

Huawei says it would never hand data to China’s government. Experts say it wouldn’t have a choice

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Huawei dit qu’il n’aurait jamais main données au gouvernement de la Chine. Les experts disent qu’il n’aurais pas un choix


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22 réflexions au sujet de “Huawei a dit qu’il n’aurait jamais main données au gouvernement de la Chine. Sa experts…”

  1. Yea, the Chinese conducted a survey to see whether or not their citizens support the ‘social credit system’. It was almost universally approved by the population. The funny thing is, if you oppose the social credit system…you automatically lose social credit. China is a complete shitfest when it comes to personal privacy, and you should be wary of any attempt to suggest otherwise.

  2. It would never **hand** data to China’s government.

    « No. We are not going to hand over the data. But it’s right there and you can just take it. »

  3. not like you can expect any different. Chinese companies have government proxys on their boards as a requirement for a reason.

    Lying to the West would be a patriot duty in this instance.

  4. So Like American companies?

    Not trying to defend Huawei but security is also very important to Microsoft and Google.

    And then information leaked about PRISM and AFAIK, Google and Microsoft basically were forced to work together with the government or get fucked.

    So why should this be any different with Huawei? Thats no surprise

    EDIT: See the comment of /u/trs21219 regarding PRISM. The companies may not have known about the program. I recommend y’all get on Wikipedia and read about it!

  5. American companies like Google. Facebook, etc. collect data from citizens of other countries while the U.S. has access to that information, which is proven. If you’re going to constantly push anti-China and anti-Huawei propaganda the least you could do is be consistent, especially when accusations of Huawei spying are *not* proven.

    All this talk about Huawei distracts from the real reason why American media is ramping up the Huawei suspicions, which is that Huawei’s 5G technology is more advanced than U.S. companies and ready to be implemented while the U.S. is not.

    Needless to say, the U.S. building 5G technology allows the U.S. to do whatever it’s accusing Huawei and China of doing; it’s the old bait-and-switch trick and simple projection. Also, the friggin’ NSA themselves haven’t found evidence of Huawei spying, I mean c’mon.

    If privacy was really the concern and not some covert anti-Chinese sentiments that Americans seem to have, then you should be way more afraid of the U.S.

    edit: before someone accuses me of unfair bias or whatever, I’m a born-and-raised American using Google products, I don’t own a Huawei phone and never have, but I’ll be damned if people keep slinging their conspiracy theories (which are often premised by racism) without real evidence

  6. It’s the same everywhere else.

    I believe Ericsson made some of their first phones here in Estonia and they didn’t have some sort of bug to let the government listen to your calls, so all the phones were sent back to the factory and only few people got one of the clean devices that day.

  7. Enough with the Huawei scapegoating. The US govt runs the biggest cyberwarfare and syping operation in the world. We don’t know about most of it and what we do know is plenty scary and is in no way legal.

  8. Lmao what? Please, Huawei is Chines governments favorite company. They opened the door to spying on the rest of the world through sophisticated technology. If anyone believes that Chinese governments doesn’t fully control Huawei they are delusional.

  9. What’s their point? [The US government openly does this.](https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2014/apr/29/us-court-microsoft-personal-data-emails-irish-server)

    Not to mention things like PRISM from the NSA where companies are openly sharing data with with the US government or the US government is stealing that data, depending on who you ask.

    If you say one is okay and the other isn’t, that’s a double standard.

    If you say one deserves sanctions and the other doesn’t, that is too.

  10. People don’t really understand what they’re talking about.

    First people think Huawei can build antannas, that have some kind of software/backdoor in them, that’s undetected by every western country. Already unlikely.

    Then people think these antennas can send 20 Gbit/s of data home (to China) AGAIN undetected. Or do these antennas search the 20 Gbit/s of data IN REAL TIME for important information and then send only this to china? Again undetected of course.

    I wonder if people eventually will start use their brains.

  11. People don’t really understand what they’re talking about.

    First people think Huawei can build antannas, that have some kind of software/backdoor in them, that’s undetected by every western country. Already unlikely.

    Then people think these antennas can send 20 Gbit/s of data home (to China) AGAIN undetected. Or do these antennas search the 20 Gbit/s of data IN REAL TIME for important information and then send only this to china? Again undetected of course.

    I wonder if people eventually will start use their brains.

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