Huawei isn’t giving up the fight this year against the US over the latter’s claims of working with the Chinese government and creating backdoor to its devices which was the main reason it got axed in the US market and barred from working with any US company which ultimately led to its awesome flagships getting released without the Google Play service causing its devices to not reach their full potentials especially our of the Chinese market.
The Company’s officials yesterday hit back at the US officials daring them to publish any evidence it has against the Chinese tech giant as far as backdooors are concerned.
According to the company’s Cybersecurity chief Job. Suffolk, he mad it known that the US government shouldn’t hide any information it has against the company but publish anything it has. “We just say: ‘Don’t hide it, don’t be shy. Publish it, let the world see it’.”
In his words, he further explained that Huawei has connect its equipment with lawful intercept gateway which governments required but it has no access to it.
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These are the backdoor information that can be tapped into to see specific info such as calls and saga for law enforcement age vies under specific circumstances such as court order.
Suffolk said, “We have no access to this equipment, we don’t know what call or information is being intercepted, we don’t know when it is intercepted – all we do is provide one side of the box which is blind to what’s happening on the other side of the box.”
“I’m not aware of any operator who has said to Huawei: ‘Come and sit in this room and see what’s going on’,” he said.“If I found out that our staff were involved with such things, then we would take appropriate action on that.”
He also refute the rumors of Huawei stealing trade secrets from its competitors. He made it known that if those claims were true, then Huawei’s competitors should have been growing a really significant rate and claims there is no sense to such claims.
“The faith of our customers — and you can see this in the results over the past 30 years — gives an indication of what our customers think of those allegations,” Suffolk said.
We just hope the trade bans can be resolved before the release of another grand Huawei device later on this year.