The U.S. government is wary about letting Huawei, a Chinese maker
of telecom gadgets, work with American companies. CNET's Bridget Carey
talks to Senior Writer Jay Greene about his visit to Huawei's
headquarters and the concerns surrounding the company.
@2:08 "A lot of cyber-espionage has come from China." For real? For all I know, Apple, Microsoft, Google, and most of all, Facebook, all have an ultra-close relationship to the American government. What do you say about that? @CNETTV, I am disappointed in you.
How about not relying on the Chinese AT ALL? American capitalism's filthy - how about producing their own Apple in their OWN country? Labour cost? The cost of natural resources? The American businessmen & politicians have constantly exploit the Chinese, and all other foreign resources in that matter, while pointing at them saying: "You guys suck, we are the only righteous one."
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"See! other countries are spying on America! It's no big deal!"
"Other people are spying on America!" Creating a (pseudo) enemy that supposedly justifies spying on America.
Obviously, it doesn't pay to be naive about this stuff, and precautions need to be taken, but some things are just too obvious...
There is no difference between a Chinese company and the Chinese government. The government is a communist regime responsible for the murder of millions of its own people since coming into power; ten's of thousands of citizens in the invasions and unlawful occupation of Mongolia and Tibet; and today they spread their insidious plans for conquest and power to every continent. "Made in China" just means they succeeded in subverting your ability to live free of their control.