China’s Huawei to Test US Security Law in Court

China’s Huawei to Test US Security Law in Court

China’s Huawei to Test US Security Law in Court

Chinese telecoms giant Huawei is suing the USA government.

Huawei has pleaded not guilty to US trade-theft charges after a federal court in Seattle unsealed a 10-count indictment in January against two of its units, Huawei Device Co. and Huawei Device USA.

According to the United States, equipment manufactured by Huawei is highly likely to be exploited by the Chinese Communist government in order to keep other countries under surveillance and interfere with crucial communications. "The company claims that its 5G technology is superior to its peers".

Huawei, China's first global tech brand, is at the centre of U.S. We have also invested substantially in the American telecommunications industry, including by establishing partnerships with hundreds of USA companies. As it stands, it can't deploy the most advanced 5G technology on behalf of market players. The U.S. government has charged her with lying to banks about doing business with Iran.

In a statement on Thursday, the company said it had filed a lawsuit in the USA district court in Plano, Texas, calling for the ban on U.S. government agencies buying Huawei equipment or services to be overturned.

In the United Kingdom, for example, Ciaran Martin, the leader of the National Cyber Security Center, said that Huawei has been present in that country's telecommunications networks for over 15 years and is subject to strict security reviews, none of which have ever led to any suspicions.

"The U.S. Congress has repeatedly failed to produce any evidence to support its restrictions on Huawei products", Guo Ping, Huawei chairman, said in a statement announcing the lawsuit.

Hofstra University constitutional law professor Julian Ku told The Washington Post that USA courts might not be receptive to Huawei's claims, given that "doing business with the us government doesn't seem to be a fundamental right, and there are reasonable grounds for Congress to act against Huawei". "We look forward to the court's verdict".

This marks the second lawsuit Huawei has filed in North America in less than a week. Huawei claims the section of the NDAA related to the ban is a "bill of attainder" that violates its rights.

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"The lawsuit we have filed today raises objections that Section 889 violates the separation of power and constitutes legislation overreach", he said.

On Thursday, Guo said that "Huawei has not and will never implant "backdoors".

Vodafone said last month it had paused the use of Huawei components in its core networks in Europe until governments had assessed the risks.

The most recent high-profile target was South Korean retailer Lotte, which sold land to the Seoul government for a USA anti-missile system opposed by Beijing. "No contrary evidence has been offered", he said.

Chinese tech giant Huawei is challenging a USA law that labels the company a security risk and would limit its access to the American market for telecom equipment. "Huawei's approach to security by design development and deployment sets a high standards bar that few can match".

Huawei is suing the us government over a ban preventing federal agencies from purchasing its products. This will impede the network upgrade process, thus widening the digital divide. "Still, the USA government is sparing no effort to smear the company and mislead the public about Huawei".

Industry experts say banning Huawei from markets for 5G equipment could reduce competition.

Huawei is the world leader in telecoms networking equipment.

During a press conference in the early hours of Thursday morning, the company announced that it would be pursuing a lawsuit in a Texas court, claiming damages against the United States for what it described as an "unlawful" ban.

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