Avoiding Trump’s immigration policy
US companies are going to keep hiring foreign tech workers, even as the Trump administration makes doing so more difficult.
… As EU negotiates for better access
China has dismissed US security claims against its telecoms equipment maker Huawei as groundless and “abnormal”.
Apple/Samsung dependant US is snubbed by the cool tech
One of the take-outs from this year’s Mobile World Congress was a noticeable lack of development from US smartphone companies.
Intelligence. They've heard of it
In a remarkable escalation of the tech wars between the USA and China, a missive to Germany instructed the independent country not to use Huawei kit.
Save the Internet Act
Democrat Speaker Nancy Pelosi has announced that Democrats will introduce a net neutrality bill to replace the open internet rules that were repealed in 2017.
More to fear from the Americans than the Chinese
European politicians are concerned that the United States has too much power over European data.
We don’t spy, but you guys do
Huawei’s chairman Guo Ping took a swing at the US government while insisting that his outfit doesn't use its privileged position to spy on its users around the world.
The days of doing what the US tells us without proof are over
The United States needs to share any evidence about Huawei with European authorities so they can take a common view about whether to use the Chinese group’s technology in their networks, the head of Vodafone said.
Experts blame it on Trump factor
Businesses and government agencies in the United States have been targeted in a sudden wave of aggressive attacks by Iranian and Chinese hackers and security experts believe they have been energized by President Trump's withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal last year and his trade conflicts with China.
New Zealand will carry out its own security research
After initially saying that it believed the US smears on Huawei 5G equipment, the New Zealand government is going to investigate the claims itself.