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Huawei Chief: Company Not a Cyber Threat to US

Ren Zhengfei, founder and CEO of Chinese telecommunications company Huawei Technologies, has denied claims that his company poses a cybersecurity threat to the U.S., Reuters reported Thursday. Lee Chyen Yee writes Zhengfei spoke to the media for the first time during a visit to New Zealand, where the company won …

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China Criticizes New US IT Purchasing Law

China’s government is speaking out against a new law requiring some U.S. federal agencies to obtain approval from law enforcement before buying information technology products made in China, Reuters reports. Citing state media, Megha Rajagopalan writes that a Chinese commerce ministry spokesman claimed the bill is unfair to China-based enterprises …

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Report: China Ramping Up Armed, Unarmed Drone Development

China has deployed unarmed reconnaissance and ocean surveillance drones in Northeast Asia near Japan, the Senkaku islands and along China’s southern coast, the Washington Times reports. Citing U.S. intelligence officials, Bill Gertz writes China could also send drones to the South China Sea. One drone, the China’s CH-4 drone, appears to be …

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New CR Requires FBI Involvement in China IT Buys

U.S. government entities cannot acquire information technology equipment from companies owned or subsidized by China’s government without consulting the FBI first, Information Week reports. J. Nicholas Hoover writes Congress included the provision in the continuing resolution out of concerns over potential hackings and other risks posed by technology made by …

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