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    ^ Not obsessed....just making the occasional comment. And disgusted at what is happening to this forum, and how Piss appears to be protected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post
    And disgusted at what is happening to this forum, and how Piss appears to be protected.
    Those of you who whinge the most are the biggest disputers of the forum. You are one of the biggest if not the biggest stalkers on TD you creep.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer
    And disgusted at what is happening to this forum, and how Piss appears to be protected.
    It doesn't occur to you that making repeated off-topic posts attacking someone in a thread they hadn't even posted in is 'what's happening to this forum' and that it's not about me being protected and it's more just that you keep pulling this whiny, pathetic, shite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post
    And disgusted at what is happening to this forum, and how Piss appears to be protected.
    You have stated that you are not going to contribute in TD anymore so just piss off. Leave!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    You have stated that you are not going to contribute in TD anymore so just piss off. Leave!

    The obsessive little tosser's definitely on the verge of a flounce, I can feel it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    The British government asked Japan to help build its 5G wireless networks without Huawei Technologies, the Nikkei said on Sunday, a further step in a global technology and security war between the United States and China.
    Britain named NEC Corp and Fujitsu Ltd as potential alternative suppliers to Huawei, the business daily reported, without citing sources.
    Fortunately it is the mobile service providers and not the UK government who decide which mfgr (apart from Huawei) they contract to to build their 5G nets.
    The Jap's are still way behind the Scandie's, they know it and are now putting all their effort in to catch up and be competitive in 6G.

    "Despite much excitement about a new technology called open RAN, and new 5G vendors like South Korea's Samsung and Japan's NEC, the safest bets are probably Ericsson and Nokia, two Nordic firms that already cater to UK network demands. Ericsson, with its better 5G reputation, is at the front of the queue. Not since a few straggly haired Scandinavians decided to go and harass some English monks has there been this much danger of a Viking takeover. "


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    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    Not since a few straggly haired Scandinavians decided to go and harass some English monks has there been this much danger of a Viking takeover. "
    Yea, but Scandis tried to breed some 'good' into them the last time and look how that turned out

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post
    'good' into them the last time and look how that turned out

    Eeh, yer daft ha'peth, tha a reet bahmpot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    Fortunately it is the mobile service providers and not the UK government who decide which mfgr (apart from Huawei) they contract to to build their 5G nets.
    It doesn't work quite like that. Have you never heard the phrase "Critical National Infrastructure"?

    "...Paragraph 70 of Schedule 17 of the Communications Act 2003
    amended Section 94 of the Telecommunications Act and this remains one of
    the few sections of the former Act still in force. Section 94 allows the
    Secretary of State to give directions to providers of public electronic
    communications networks, or Ofcom, in the interests of national security, or of
    relations with a foreign country."
    Communications Act 2003

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    It doesn't work quite like that. Have you never heard the phrase "Critical National Infrastructure"?
    The operators in Britain are already using a mix of Huawei, Ericson, and Nokia so I don't think that the latter two suddenly would be rejected.
    Your link says "without citing sources" which means that it is likely to be bollox alternatively the British government is fishing for a new trading partner.
    The only problem is that neither NEC nor Fujitsu has the technology or the capacity needed, the only other mfgr I can see as a possible partner is Chinese ZTE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lom View Post
    The operators in Britain are already using a mix of Huawei, Ericson, and Nokia so I don't think that the latter two suddenly would be rejected.
    No-one said anything about rejecting them - except Huawei.

    British digital minister Oliver Dowden last week said Britain was working with its allies to foster stronger rivals to Huawei, naming firms from Finland, Sweden, South Korea and Japan.
    Your link says "without citing sources" which means that it is likely to be bollox alternatively the British government is fishing for a new trading partner. The only problem is that neither NEC nor Fujitsu has the technology or the capacity needed, the only other mfgr I can see as a possible partner is Chinese ZTE.
    ZTE FFS that's worse than Huawei.


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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    British digital minister Oliver Dowden last week said Britain was working with its allies to foster stronger rivals to Huawei, naming firms from Finland, Sweden, South Korea and Japan.
    One hopes the "rivals" will be subjected to the same technological inspections/clearances and government minister's statements.
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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    naming firms from Finland, Sweden, South Korea and Japan.
    And all 4 will deliver the requested 'backdoors' to whom it may concern, if demanded.

    I think so

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    One hopes the "rivals" will be subjected to the same technological inspections/clearances and government minister's statements.
    You're forgetting that none of them come from countries whose reputation is tarnished by years of technology theft, nor whose laws force them to work at the behest of government spooks like the chinkies do.

    Well you're not forgetting, you just lie about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    Well you're not forgetting, you just lie about it.
    Lying is a usual state of mind when one is defending the indefensible. Neither Finland, Sweden, Japan nor Korea must furnish their respective government with confidential data. China does.
    Neither Finland, Sweden, Japan nor Korea have a whole minority of over one million imprisoned for religious and social re-education - and no, OhOh and K-dyke, as horrific the US system of incarceration is, the judiciary is still generally separate of the government. In China it is not. Not one tiny bit, so spare us the 'whataboutism'

    Finland, Sweden, Japan and Korea are considered allies with similarly functioning systems of democratic values.

    So yes, stop lying and bing sweeping apologists for regimes and systems you wouldn't live under yet are happy and willing to defend . . . as long as their horrific and medieval machinations don't affect you

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    Quote Originally Posted by panama hat View Post

    So yes, stop lying and bing sweeping apologists for regimes and systems you wouldn't live under yet are happy and willing to defend . . . as long as their horrific and medieval machinations don't affect you
    This. Our resident Commies are an absolute disgrace.

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    Neither Finland, Sweden, Japan nor Korea must furnish their respective government with confidential data. China does.
    Any Link, or reference to this? Huawei is not a State owned corporation, rather privately owned.
    But either way, the US does have these laws in place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    Huawei is not a State owned corporation, rather privately owned
    ...I don't think there's a business entity in China that would refuse the government access to its data...nothing to do with legal niceties, everything to do with brute force...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    Any Link, or reference to this? Huawei is not a State owned corporation, rather privately owned.
    But either way, the US does have these laws in place.
    The absurd chinky laws have been posted in this thread several times, go back and read them.

    And no, the US does not have "these laws" in place.

    Added: Since two of you seem unaware of the lengths the chinkies go to, I've posted them below.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    ...I don't think there's a business entity in China that would refuse the government access to its data...nothing to do with legal niceties, everything to do with brute force...
    Everything to do with "legal niceties":

    Article 7 of the National Intelligence Law (国家情报法) declares:
    Any organisation and citizen shall, in accordance with the law, support, provide assistance, and cooperate in national intelligence work, and guard the secrecy of any national intelligence work that they are aware of [emphasis added]. The state shall protect individuals and organisations that support, cooperate with, and collaborate in national intelligence work.
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    And more, the chinky police are allowed by law to go into any foreign company - with five or more computers - and snoop around their networks, giving them the opportunity to steal anything interesting in the process.

    • On November 1, 2018, China issued new provisions to the law titled “Regulations on Internet Security Supervision and Inspection by Public Security Organs” (公安机关互联网安全监督检查规定). The regulations, likely evolved to clarify portions of China’s 2017 Cybersecurity Law, give the Ministry of Public Security (MPS) broad powers over the computer networks of companies in China. These ostensibly include the authority to remotely conduct penetration testing on almost any business operating in China and copy any information related to user data or security measures found during the inspection.
      These new provisions specify no limits on the scope of vulnerability or security inspections and require extremely minimal reporting to be provided back to the corporation. Further, the regulations continue to use vague terminology and do not limit the scope of in-person or remote inspections for network security testing. We assess that the combination of existing MSS regulations with these new Cybersecurity Law provisions for the MPS will support Chinese government attempts to both censor and surveil foreign companies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    And no, the US does not have "these laws" in place.
    Who needs "these laws" when Obama intercepted mobile of Angela Merkel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sabang View Post
    Huawei is not a State owned corporation, rather privately owned.
    Quote Originally Posted by tomcat View Post
    ...I don't think there's a business entity in China that would refuse the government access to its data
    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    The absurd chinky laws have been posted in this thread several times, go back and read them.
    Yes, as mentioned previously

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    Let's not forget the founder of Huawei is a (calls himself former hahahaha) chinky spook.

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    And no, the US does not have "these laws" in place.



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