Trump Bans Huawei while Israel Through Intel Corp and WhatsApp…

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Editor’s note: Trump is waging Israel’s war on China, not for territory, but to defend Israel’s massive “spy on everyone always everywhere” program.  The war on Huawei is pure Wikileaks level distraction.

Earlier media reported that Google had suspended its business operations with Huawei, including the transfer of hardware, software and technical services, as well as the Chinese giant’s access to updates of its Android operating system.

Shenzhen-based telecom giant Huawei suggested last year that app makers develop software for a new Huawei app store outside China – a never-before-heard-of plan, according to documents viewed by Bloomberg News.

READ MORE: Huawei Founder Discussing US Ban with Google — Reports

The Chinese company reportedly told potential partners that by the end of 2018 it would have 50 million Europeans using its own app store, rather than Google’s, and is said to have been involved in talks with European wireless carriers about spreading the new app store further.

Huawei has yet to comment on the story which comes shortly after reports that big-name US tech companies, including Intel, Qualcomm, Xilinx, and Broadcom, had cut off the supply of their software and gear to the Chinese giant in the wake of the US government adding it to a trade blacklist last week.

In addition, Google is said to have severed its dealings with Huawei, suspending the supply of hardware and some software services except those publicly available via open source licensing.

Huawei phones, which run on Google’s Android operating system, are also expected to lose access to updates to some popular apps, but the existing devices will be safe from upcoming restrictions.

Commenting on the decision on Tuesday, Huawei’s vice-president said that the US move has become a challenge for the Chinese tech giant, Google, and the industry as a whole. The top official stressed that the company would do everything to mitigate the negative consequences of the US decision.

Last week, the US Department of Commerce placed Huawei on a trade blacklist, barring the Chinese firm from acquiring technology or components from American firms without the US government’s consent. According to Reuters, shortly after, the restrictions were lifted under a temporary general license, which lasts until 19 August.

READ MORE: German Economy Ministry Says Assessing Impact of US Blacklisting Huawei


Separately, US President Donald Trump has directed the Commerce Department and other relevant US agencies to devise a plan to ban American companies from using telecommunications equipment made by foreign manufacturers that are “deemed to pose a national security risk”.The developments around Huawei come amid the ongoing trade war between China and the United States. Over the past several months, Huawei has been hit with allegations that it’s been spying on behalf of the Chinese government and stealing commercial information.

The telecom giant has consistently dismissed the accusations, stressing that it is independent of the government and sees no reason for restrictions on developing its 5G networks in any country.  The United States, New Zealand, and Australia have already barred Huawei from building its 5G mobile phone network in said countries, citing security concerns.


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7 COMMENTS

  1. “US President Donald Trump has directed the Commerce Department and other relevant US agencies to devise a plan to ban American companies from using telecommunications equipment made by foreign manufacturers that are “deemed to pose a national security risk”.”

    Except IsraHell of course. Our “greatest ally”. Despite the fact that the cyber attack on NORAD and FAA computers on 9/11 can be back to Israeli contractors.

  2. “” Separately, US President Donald Trump has directed the Commerce Department and other relevant US agencies to devise a plan to ban American companies from using telecommunications equipment made by foreign manufacturers that are “deemed to pose a national security risk”. “”

    This Actions going as far as Banning Huawei altogether is actually nothing else but the West saying that IF the Western Backdoor is not Included in Your Chinese Phone then We Ban Huawei in Favor of Apple , Samsung , LG etc that do carry the Prescribed Western Backdoor access to All Phones of the Allowed companies …… one way of understanding is that it “deemed to pose a national security risk”. is because the snoopy control freaks that are Spying on Everybody do Not have the Western Backdoor on Huawei so ALL USA People using Huawei are unknown and hence unpredictable and therefore a Threat to the Control Freaks coz now they don’t know you at all ……

  3. It would be interesting to learn who exactly decides when something, or someone, is a “security threat”. Welcome to the new Soviet state,…same as the old one (not surprisingly run by the same Bolsheviks).

    • Sorry dude forget the old good times of freedom, now you’ll have to get used to have DHS, NSA and others looking over your shoulder all time… 🙂

    • I would like not having any computer running in the entire car or only one for the fuel injection system without any “wireless” connection to any site…

  4. Three companies at the foot of Mount Scopus kidnapped Soviet voice and pattern recognition mathematic and software design experts and their patents from Russia in the 1980ies. Including translation software. Thus now enabling them to thwart and smear to pretend being others and let your and my voice say things we would never say. At the same time they pirated and commandeered japanese and chinese touchpad interfacings that came onto those markets some 25 years later. .