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Huawei sells Phone Monitoring technology. They have been found in Belarus and Iran. Chinese export law doesn't specifically regulate these technologies, so they can easily end up in the wrong hands.

Huawei Industrial Base
Bantian Longgang
P.R. China

CEO: Ren Zheng-Fei
Twitter:: @HuaweiPress
Founded: 1987

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On the surface, it’s all about protecting Russian kids from internet pedophiles.


When a product line becomes engulfed in controversy, the PR team's first move is to distance the corporation from the damage.


In order to lawfully conduct communications surveillance (“lawful interception”) in the U.S.

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privacyint: BBC News - Huawei and ZTE pose security threat, warns US Congressional panel


privacyint: Huawei banned from Australia’s National Broadband network - The Register -


privacyint: Intriguing: Huawei complains about accusations re: security.


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