The United States battle against Huawei has just won a new chapter. The Chinese giant is preparing to sue the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) over a ruling passed last week by the US agency, which barred operators receiving Universal Service Fund subsidies from using this money to buy equipment from companies. considered "a threat to national security" – referring to Huawei and ZTE.
Huawei called this action "illegal" in a statement issued last week. According to Wall Street Journal sources, the Chinese woman is likely to file a lawsuit next week at the Court of Appeals in New Orleans.
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According to the Washington Post, the use of Huawei and ZTE equipment is not widespread in US telephone and internet networks, but is limited primarily to small rural telecommunications providers. These rural businesses depend on federal subsidies to survive.
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In its statement, Huawei said the FCC designation is "based on selective information, innuendo and misguided assumptions." The company also said that preventing operators from using Universal Service Fund money to buy equipment from Chinese companies "will have profound negative effects on Americans' connectivity in rural and underserved areas in the United States."
"The FCC provides no evidence that Huawei poses a security risk. Instead, the FCC simply assumes, based on a mistaken view of Chinese law, that Huawei may be under the control of the Chinese government," the company said. .
Remember that the US government had already granted, for the third time, a new temporary 90-day license so that the Chinese can conduct its business with US companies.
Via: Engadget Source: Washington post
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