At the beginning of February, the Chinese company Xiaomi announced that it would file a lawsuit against the US sanctions that start under the Trump administration. Now there is the first judgment – a court has stopped the sanctions.
Xiaomi is thus spared sanctions for the time being. At the same time, the Ministry of Defense responded and classified five other companies from China as “unacceptable risk”. The US Department of Defense is thus emphasizing once again which products and services should not be used. A new list was published, on which the following companies were identified as a threat to national security:
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Blacklist March 12th
- Huawei Technologies Co.
- ZTE Corp.
- Hytera Communications Corp.
- Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology Co.
- Dahua Technology Co.
According to the statement, these companies are classified as an unacceptable risk to US national security or to the security and protection of US people. The statement said, “This list” is a big step in restoring confidence in our communications networks,” said FCC Acting Chairman Jessica Rosen worcel.
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“Americans rely more than ever on our networks to work, go to school, or get access to healthcare, and we need to be confident that such communication is secure. This list provides useful guidance to ensure that that building next-generation networks across the country will avoid repeating past mistakes or using equipment or services that pose a threat to US national security or the safety and security of Americans. “
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