News:At the end of the day, the report recommends the U.S. should be suspicious of Chinese telecommunication companies seeking entry into the U.S. market, especially when it comes to using their equipment in U.S. government systems.
Yeah, that would be indicated considering all of the technology thefts China has under their belts already.
Uncle Sugar acts like a dumb-ass, just fell off of the turnip truck, babe in the woods though. They haven't been serious about information security for a long time.
Don't part with your illusions. When they are gone you may still exist, but you have ceased to live.
When one can no longer compete on quality, price, service, etc, in the market place, one can go to court (preferably in one's home town) and claim patent infringement, like a certain well-known fruit purveyor, or warn prospective customers about the dire «security issues» that use of a competitor's kit, it is claimed, will inexorably involve, as certain US politicians make a career out of doing. The arguments are equally specious in both cases, but who cares - truth in advertising is conspicuous by its absence....
Fear the red dragon huh. :-)
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