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Huawei accuses Trump government of launching cyberattacks



While under tremendous pressure, the Chinese telecom giant HUAWEI goes on the attack, accusing the United States of doing everything possible to put a spoke in the wheels. According to the firm, Donald Trump’s government allegedly attempted to hack into its computer system in order to spy on its commercial activities.

« The US government has used its political and diplomatic leverage to pressure other states to ban Huawei’s equipment, » Huawei said in a press release dated September 3, 2019. the Trump government justifies the measures against the builder with the argument of national security. « 
« It is a threat to national security, » said Donald Trump recently, anxious to keep Huawei hostage and a means of pressure in trade negotiations with China. « None of the charges brought by the US government have been proven so far. We strongly condemn the concerted efforts of the US government to discredit Huawei « tackle the builder.

Huawei accuses Trump government of launching cyberattacks

According to Huawei, the US government has used unscrupulous and illegal means to pressure. The firm accuses the authorities of « searching, detaining and even illegally arresting Huawei employees ». In other cases, FBI agents allegedly went to the homes of some of the group’s employees to incite them to disclose confidential information.
The group also discusses the illegal retention of documents and equipment. In particular, the Chinese group has been waiting for more than two years for the return of network equipment shipped from China to California for inspection. Last June, Huawei filed a complaint to this effect. Worse, the US authorities have also launched extensive cyber attacks on the computer system of the Chinese group « to infiltrate the intranet » and collect information on the projects of the firm. The group provides no evidence of its assertions.
By this manifesto-like statement, Huawei denies the latest accusations of patent theft. The US Justice Department is investigating the group after Rui Pedro Oliveira’s claims. The engineer claims that Huawei stole the design and patents from the smartphone camera he invented. The manufacturer admits to meeting Rui Pedro Oliveira in 2014 but no agreement has been reached. « Huawei categorically rejects Mr. Oliveira’s claims of patent infringement » asserts the group. Huawei accuses the engineer of wanting to extract money. For now, the Justice Department investigation is continuing.