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Huawei fights back in court over FCC order to ban use of government funds to buy its equipment

Huawei fights back in court over FCC order to ban use of government funds to buy its equipment.

6.12.2019

Huawei fights back in court over FCC order to ban use of government funds to buy its equipment.

Chinese tech giant Huawei is not backing down from an ongoing battle with U.S. regulators, taking new legal action Thursday against the Federal Communications Commission.

Chart shows Chinese technology company, Huawei's annual sales revenue since 2009.

"The designation is simply shameful prejudgment of the worst kind,” said Nager at the news conference.

In November, after the order was adopted, Pai said the agency took these actions based on"longstanding concerns from the executive and legislative branches about the national security threats posed by certain foreign communications equipment manufacturers," in a

Pai added that Huawei has"close ties to China’s Communist government and military apparatus" and is"subject to Chinese laws broadly obligating them to cooperate with any request from the country’s intelligence services and to keep those requests secret."

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Why would tax $ be given to a spy network? Huawei cannot be trusted. They are the CCP. Trump TCB winning Spies want to plant equipment

Huawei Sues the F.C.C., Ramping Up Fight With Critics and FoesHuawei, the Chinese technology powerhouse, is suing the Federal Communications Commission for choking off its sales in the United States Selling stolen technology This will be good!

Huawei seeks to overturn FCC ban on the use of government funds to purchase its equipmentHuawei is looking to overturn a ruling by the U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) that bars a government fund from being used to buy equipment from the Chinese telecommunications giant. 'The designation is based on a fundamental misunderstanding of Chinese law and on unsound, unreliable, and inadmissible accusations and innuendo, not evidence,' Nager said. 'The designation is simply shameful prejudgment of the worst kind.'---- couldn't agree more. Huawei = CCP Backdoor

Huawei mounts legal challenge against FCC over rural carrier customersHuawei has fired back at the FCC for cutting off its sales in the United States. The Chinese tech giant said it's suing the U.S. telecoms regulator after the FCC branded Huawei a national security threat last month The less China involvement with the west the better. Here's looking at you, NBA Remember this? Something doesn't add up ...

Huawei suing FCC over attempt to oust equipment from networksHuawei is taking the FCC to court, which is bound to escalate ongoing tensions between the U.S. and China If Western Democracies give Huawei, which is wholly owned by the Chinese Government, a back door into their national security apparatuses and the means to monitor every movement and transaction of all their citizens, Huawei (the Chinese Government) will not hesitate to do so.

Huawei sues US government over new FCC restrictionsHuawei has filed a lawsuit challenging the United States Federal Communications Commission over new restrictions that further limit what little business it has left in the US Good This is the spirit!

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