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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Sure about that?
    Well I'm pretty sure you and the chinkies are hoping he will.

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    NoNo, you must be HATING the fact that your Chinese Empress is on her way to jail in the States.

    HATING IT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeventhSoul View Post
    NoNo, you must be HATING the fact that your Chinese Empress is on her way to jail in the States.

    HATING IT!
    I'd slow down there boy. It could be years before she ever goes to prison, if at all.

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    Huawei opens cybersecurity center in Belgium amid US crackdown (VIDEO)




    "Chinese tech giant Huawei has opened a ‘cybersecurity and transparency’ center in the Belgian capital of Brussels in a bid to convince Europeans that its products do not pose any security risk, despite what the US says. On Tuesday, the Chinese company’s executives inaugurated the Huawei European Cybersecurity Center, which would allow European customers of Huawei to review the source code used in the firm’s products. The move comes as Huawei seeks to win over the Europeans, who are now facing intense pressure from the US as it urges them to bar the Chinese tech giant from developing their national telecommunications networks.


    “Both trust and distrust should be based on facts, not feelings, not speculation, and not baseless rumor,” Ken Hu, a deputy chairman of Huawei, told the crowd that gathered for the opening event in Brussels. His words came as a rebuke at Washington which has so far presented no solid evidence to substantiate its claims that Huawei equipment could be used by Beijing to spy on other nations.

    “[The] Chinese government has no intention and has never asked any company, any Chinese company” to “install either backdoor or [to] collect data [and send it] back to China,” said Huawei's Western Europe President Vincent Pang.


    Despite US efforts, Europe has so far remained Huawei’s biggest market outside of China and the company hopes to play a major role in developing the continent’s 5G networks.
    The Brussels facility is not the first such center opened by Huawei in Europe. Earlier, the Chinese giant established a similar center in Germany’s Bonn. It also funds a government-run British testing site, the Huawei Cyber Security Evaluation Centre, which has existed since 2010. Huawei offered to establish a similar center in Poland following the arrest of a Chinese Huawei employee there on spying charges in early 2019."

    https://www.rt.com/news/453098-huawe...nter-brussels/


    There is also chatter that Huawei will take ameristan to court. If they do, ameristan will have to provide proof. They will probably be adjudged there claim is not permissible, which of course illustrates that ameristan has no proof to provide.

    A win/win for Huawei.

    https://www.rt.com/news/453097-huawe...us-government/
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeventhSoul View Post
    NoNo, you must be HATING the fact that your Chinese Empress is on her way to jail in the States.

    HATING IT!
    Not at all if she was guilty. I await the trail, and display of "evidence", if one occurs. One presumes all of the worlds company executives will equally be scrutinised in a similar fashion. How many rabbit holes and ferrets do you want to go down?

    A few more inmates for the privatised ameristani jails. There's a profit in them cells.

    As we know the ameristani legal system consists of lurid headlines, spread around by the MSM to titillate the dumb, no facts to backup the illegal leaks, a call for a"deal", goldilocks will offer to illegally help and confuse the ameristani dumb and confirm it is a political show trial.

    Nothing new. A vassal government fires a hard working Legal Supremo and installs a replacement, who has already been told what to do, Coincidence eh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Huawei opens cybersecurity center in Belgium amid US crackdown (VIDEO)

    "Chinese tech giant Huawei has opened a ‘cybersecurity and transparency’ center in the Belgian capital of Brussels in a bid to convince Europeans that its products do not pose any security risk, despite what the US says.
    Whoop de doo, Huawei have a PR department. Or as they call it now "Corporate Communications".
    There is also chatter that Huawei will take ameristan to court. If they do, ameristan will have to provide proof.
    I think you mean "If they can" which they probably can't.


    A win/win for Huawei.
    No, more of a "nothing/nothing".

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Huawei have a PR department. Or as they call it now "Corporate Communications".
    Huawei Opens Cyber Security Center in Brussels Amid U.S. Spying Accusations

    In the midst of combatting the U.S. government’s claims that Huawei poses a threat to national security, the Chinese telecommunications giant opened the doors of its new Cyber Security Transparency Centre in Brussels—considered the de facto capital of the European Union—Tuesday.

    “Trust needs to be based on facts, facts must be verifiable, and verification must be based on common standards,” Deputy Chairman Ken Hu told representatives from the EU and World Economic Forum. “We believe that this is an effective model to build trust for the digital era.”

    Huawei Opens Brussels Cyber Security Lab After U.S. Spying Allegations | Fortune

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    Silly chinkies. They need to read their own laws.

    Two pieces of legislation are of particular concern to governments the 2017 National Intelligence Law and the 2014 Counter-Espionage Law. Article 7 of the first law states that "any organization or citizen shall support, assist and cooperate with the state intelligence work in accordance with the law," adding that the the state "protects" any individual and organization that aids it.

    And it appears that organizations and individuals don't have a choice when it comes to helping the government. The 2014 Counter-Espionage law says that "when the state security organ investigates and understands the situation of espionage and collects relevant evidence, the relevant organizations and individuals shall provide it truthfully and may not refuse."

    https://www.cnbc.com/2019/03/05/huaw...d-experts.html

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