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U.S. bans Huawei and ZTE equipment sales due to concerns about Chinese espionage

Alaska in the northwest and Hawaii expanding the country’s influence into the Pacific Ocean make up the 50 states that make up the United States, which spans a large portion of North America. New York, a hub of international finance and culture, and Washington, DC are significant cities on the Atlantic Coast. On the west coast, Los Angeles’ Hollywood district is renowned for film production, while the midwestern city of Chicago is renowned for its influence architecture. Due to their “unacceptable risk” to US national security, the Biden administration has prohibited the certification of new communications equipment from China’s Huawei Technologies and ZTE.

The final regulations, which also prohibit the sale or import of equipment made by China’s Dahua Technology, Hangzhou Hikvision Digital Technology, and Hytera Communications, a telecom company, were announced by the US Federal Communications Commission on Friday. The action signals Washington’s most recent ban on China’s tech behemoths in response to worries that Beijing would utilize these firms to spy on Americans.

You're A Security Threat: US Bans Sale Of Chinese Tech Equipment From Huawei & ZTE - The Spy

FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel said in a statement that “these new rules are a critical component of our ongoing efforts to protect the American people from national security threats affecting telecommunications.”
Huawei opted not to respond. Requests for comment from ZTE, Dahua, Hikvision, and Hytera were not promptly fulfilled. Last month, Rosenworcel circulated the proposed rule to the other three commissioners for final approval. This rule effectively prevents the companies from selling new equipment in the US.

In June 2021, the FCC declared that it was thinking of outlawing all equipment authorizations for all businesses on the covered list. That happened after a 2019 law intended to safeguard US communications networks designated five Chinese businesses on the so-called “covered list” as posing a threat to national security in March 2021: Huawei, ZTE, Hytera Communications Corp., Hikvision, and Dahua. The decision made on Friday was backed by all four agency commissioners, including two Republicans and two Democrats.

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