Kriegsherr, 19 May 2020that is the issue. Mass people are crazy dumb. properties of mass people: 1. majority of ... moreYour data is not important to you, until you start criticizing the CCP and starts censoring everything and may even retaliate especially if you're on China.
Anonymous, 22 May 2020What the evil they did to you, have you ever hear about war which China start through the ages... moreUgh! Not that tired and worn-out argument again. What major war has the current U.S. administration started or is actively involved in? So far, Trump has stayed out of all international conflicts because he doesn't give a rat's ass about other countries' ongoing issues.
Seeker23, 20 May 2020Stop saying who copy/stealing who tech or anything. They can sue huawei if they do that like S... moreThe Chinese communist government can and will use your personal and private information for nefarious purposes any time they want. You have no civil or legal protections whatsoever.
Anonymous, 19 May 2020This is good. Because at the end, this will make developed countries R&D their own technol... moreYeah, that'll happen when pigs fly. Almost all of the latest and greatest technological innovations of the modern era came from the U.S. Everything from the airplane to the computer to the CPU to the television to the internet to the cellular phone to the global positioning system, and so on and so on. Not much will change in the 21st century, either.
Anonymous, 20 May 2020Because China is under an authoritarian evil regime. Their intentions are to conquer the world... moreWhat the evil they did to you, have you ever hear about war which China start through the ages and chinese history from more than 10 000 year, but there are a country its history less than 300 year where no country or continent in the whole world Unless she start a war there.
You have to realize that the Chinese gov can ask Huawei to have a copy of your fingerprint and they can't be denied, it's Chinese law. Once your fingerprint is stored in Chinese database, they can access your phone. It doesn't matter if you switch to other phones in the future because your fingerprint stays the same. They have access to your phone for life. What if you criticize the Chinese gov online? They can retaliate.
Seeker23, 20 May 2020Stop saying who copy/stealing who tech or anything. They can sue huawei if they do that like S... moreBecause China is under an authoritarian evil regime. Their intentions are to conquer the world and spread communism to everyone. They constanlty break human rights, stop freedom of speech, freedom to think, freedom to criticise, freedom to have opinions. And their core target is to use whatever means necessary to spread their regime over the free world. This is why the MUCH lesser evil is the US and the absolute evil right now is the CCP and all other communist countries. The whole world needs to put their efforts together and remove these regimes from Earth.
Stop saying who copy/stealing who tech or anything. They can sue huawei if they do that like Samsung and apple sue each others for copying. Why need to ban huawei, is it because of China then need to ban the company? So funny.
And about security, USA also spy us long long time ago. Why only USA can spy us. Why not give China to spy us? Whats is the different.
Don't say backdoor, Google also got backdoor. Anything also got backdoor.
Kriegsherr, 19 May 2020that is the issue. Mass people are crazy dumb. properties of mass people: 1. majority of ... moreWhat's scary is your phone stores your fingerprint. Huawei has access to it. If Beijing wants it, they can ask Huawei to give them a copy and they can't deny them because that's the Chinese law. Your fingerprint will be stored in their national database forever. Your fingerprint never changes. They have access to your phone for life. The Chinese government will have more people over American people than the US government.
Anonymous, 19 May 2020Chinese law dictates that if they ask any Chinese company to disclose information about their ... morethat is the issue. Mass people are crazy dumb.
properties of mass people:
1. majority of them have no idea about data privacy/security.
2. in case they have, they think who am I? I don't think my data is important to them.
unless people understand what data security means and how it is related to politics or even their life, its really hard for them to do the right thing.
SpiritWolf, 19 May 2020But it's not? US companies are years behind by now. And yes, if you can't innovate, you make a war. Just because Huawei came up with 5G first means US is behind China in innovation?
little learning is very dangerous.
Anonymous, 19 May 2020That's your assumption. Other countries have shown concern as well. Just because the info isn... moreYou can say that but its funny that they haven't even shown it to the company they are accusing. That's like saying someone in court is guilty and putting em in jail without a trail or showing them the proof
Kangal, 19 May 2020I'm pretty sure the intelligence community already knows.
They have the proof, and have been ... moreBy the way, the USA has it's own Huawei and it is Cisco Telecommunications.
They were also caught putting backdoors on equipment. And frankly, they should be reprimanded. But the Cisco issue is much smaller than the Huawei one (locally vs internationally).
I work for a large european IT Equipment installer and we have been taking out Cisco Equipment by the skip full for the past 2 years. So many back doors and mostly hardware related so we cannot patch them. they have to be replaced.
Chinese law dictates that if they ask any Chinese company to disclose information about their customers then they have to give it up or go to jail. If there's a million Huawei phones in America then that's one million information that the Chinese government have access to if they want. Let's say if one of the Huawei phone owners works for a company with sensitive information or if they work in the government, then the Chinese government have access to their phone data.
So Huawei is accused of "spying", and instead of simply banning its products for sale, this administration chose to throw the whole weight of the US government at this one single company, going so far as creating licensing nightmares for US companies by blocking any transfer of "US tech". Any bewilderment as to why the US would do this will go away the moment you take a step back and realize that the bigger context is the US-China trade war. This is the administration that thinks trade surplus (in China's favor) is ill-gotten gains. So next time you hear "spying", you'd better think "bargaining chip".
NotAnOpinion, 19 May 2020"When USA can't innovate or compete, this is what they do" Let's take a short-sighted look ... moreBut it's not? US companies are years behind by now. And yes, if you can't innovate, you make a war.
Anonymous, 19 May 2020It's simple. They have been using the phrase "may be used for spying" and not that they have b... moreThat's your assumption. Other countries have shown concern as well. Just because the info isn't public doesn't mean it doesn't exist. They could take it to court if Huawei thinks theres no evidence to justify
NotAnOpinion, 19 May 2020Where's your proof that the US government has no proof?
See how that works both ways?It's simple. They have been using the phrase "may be used for spying" and not that they have been used spying meaning it's an assumption and not a fact.
Such a statement can be applied to any company and not just Huawei.