The Chinese telecommunications group Huawei has sued the United States because U.S. government agencies may not purchase equipment for the group. The company’s CEO Guo Ping accused the U.S. in addition, Huawei Server and E-Mails and source code stolen from hacked. For more information, Guo did not respond to these allegations, first of all.

With a view to the prohibition for U.S. authorities, equipment or services of the Chinese group, said Huawei, the US Congress had presented no evidence that would justify such a measure. Huawei therefore see no Alternative to riding as a legal action. A corresponding law was signed by U.S. President Donald Trump last year due to safety concerns, was “not only illegal, but prevents Huawei to be involved, be fair to the competition,” said Guo Ping. The lawsuit had been filed in the U.S. district court in Texas in Plano.

Huawei is one of the world’s leading telecommunications equipment suppliers, among other things, for the establishment of 5G mobile networks. The US fear of espionage and sabotage activities by Huawei. Mainly at the instigation of the government in Washington, several of the countries ranked Huawei as last as a potential threat to cyber security. In Germany, too, will be discussed because of the frequency auction for 5G about the right way to deal with Huawei.

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