Australian and New Zealand are capable of spying on a Chinese technology company, Hawaii, while the United States and Britain have expressed concerns. In addition, the company is facing severe testing in Germany, Japan, and Korea.
What are the fears of these countries?
These countries are cautious to the Chinese technology company because they are afraid that companies like China Huawei can compel to help in securing industrial secrets and other secret information.
Experts say that these countries are vulnerable to China’s spy threats.
Tom Yarn, of the International Cyber Policy Center at the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, says that “The Chinese government has demonstrated a clear demonstration of theft of theft for many years.”
He said that the Chinese state has been engaged in theft of cyber and other spies and intelligence properties.
Tom Yarn said, “Due to close ties between the companies and the government, there has been more increase in concerns that China can try the operation of spies by giving special privileges to companies connected to the state.”
These concerns further increased when new laws were introduced last year, in which Chinese organizations were asked to help national intelligence efforts.
What are the Incredulities of Other Countries?
Earlier, Australia also prevented the airwave and ZTE from delivering the country’s Wi-Fi technology on a national security basis.
Hoye criticized the Australian government’s comments on its policies and products, saying, “This comment has been removed from false information and facts.”
The company defended its independence, saying: ‘This is a private company owned by him and no shareholder.’
But the United States and the United Kingdom have also expressed their concerns over the incident, and the company is facing a serious investigation in Germany, Japan, and Korea.
Last week, the Wall Street Journal reported that the US government is approaching mobile companies to avoid using airborne devices.
In such a way, is probably the only country that stands with wind waves and it is Papua New Guinea who says he will deal with Huawei to set up his Internet infrastructure.
The FG network has been built in many countries and it will bring a new and important wave of mobile infrastructure.
Huawei is the largest company of telecommunications equipment in the world.