PNP Finds No Evidence Of Chinese Telecom Giant Huawei Spying
HUAWEI RISKS – The Philippine National Police (PNP) found no evidence that Huawei is involved in spying.
United States President Donald Trump recently signed an executive order banning the China-based smartphone, Huawei.
Aside from that, the latest phones No. 1 telecom supplier won’t also be able to access Google services and YouTube.
Donald Trump believed that Huawei Company brings a threat to their country’s communications network, technology, and national security.
The Chinese electronics giant is currently on the process of creating its own operating system.
In a previous article, Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei he will oppose the Chinese will try to retaliate against Apple.
Ren Zhengei has denied the allegations towards his company. He said they will just ramp up their chips supply and get back to the top again.
He admitting that the banning will surely affect the production of their smartphones.
Meanwhile, in the Philippines, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) advises the local government about its partnership with the Chinese telecom giant.
DFA informed the National Security Council, Department of Information and Communications Technology, and the National Intelligence Coordinating Agency regarding the security concern issues of Huawei.
The government agency said they are investigating the issue since they are ‘disturbed’ by the allegations.
“The Department of Foreign Affairs respectfully informs the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT), the National Security Council, and the National Intelligence Coordinating Agency (NICA) that the Czech Republic and France have issued orders to limit the use of Huawei products primarily due to security concern.”
On the official Twitter page of ABS-CBN, a police officer said they haven’t found any evidence yet that proves the Chinese-based phone has spyware.
“As of this time wala naman kaming nakita…so far kasi wala namang mga critical na pinu-provide samin ng Huawei e. Nothing on the camera, nothing on the cellphone”
— Zhander Cayabyab (@zhandercayabyab) May 27, 2019
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