The US seeks to completely block Huawei


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According to Reuters, the US government is trying to give more weight to its famous blacklist that aims to block the business of the Chinese giant Huawei.

As you know, last May, the US Department of Commerce has banned Huawei Technologies, citing issues of national security. This action allowed the US government to limit collaboration between US companies and the Chinese group.

However, in line with current regulations, key foreign partners and supply chains have remained out of reach of US authorities. Such as the ARM group that supplies chips to Huawei HiSilicon.

Donald Trump seeks to amend two key rules to block Huawei

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The administration of President Donald Trump is now looking to make changes to two key rules that could expand US power to block foreign suppliers from working with Huawei.

If the Commerce Department makes the proposed rule changes. It will allow US authorities to regulate the sale of non-sensitive components. Such as smartphone chips, manufactured abroad with American proprietary technology, software, or components.

The changes would represent “a major expansion of the reach of U.S. export controls and would be poorly received by U.S. allies and U.S. companies,”. Said Washington trade lawyer Doug Jacobson.

As a reminder, the United States has renewed for a third time the temporary general license granted to Huawei. Allowing it to engage in limited transactions to ensure the maintenance of US rural network operators. They also lifted the embargo for Microsoft, as well as another 74 licenses. Which allows Huawei to access Windows 10 licenses for its laptops.

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42 Comments

  1. Madkroniik
    November 30, 2019

    Jesus do America just want to control the world?

    • Mohammed Miyajan
      December 1, 2019

      Lmao ikr

    • Trojan127
      December 1, 2019

      They will try . But before that they are losing control of themselves.

    • Greg Tippitt
      December 1, 2019

      No, but we do have a problem with the People’s Republic of China using Huawei to be able to not only spy on cell phone users, but also have the ability to shutdown cell phone networks anywhere and at any time they want. To the extent that companies in the United States are helping China take over worldwide telecom networks, the U.S. government is using its power to stop U.S. firms from help China in their spying. Huawei and the government of China have been regularly stealing the intellectual property (IP) of companies in the U.S. and Europe. It is easier to sell less expensive products if you have stolen designs from other firms rather than paying patent fees to the designers or doing the design work yourself.

    • R. Hiram Houck
      December 4, 2019

      Industrial espionage has been going on since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution. Our patents in this country do not extend to the rest of the world. We need to reach an agreement with China to respect our patents so we can capitalize on the largest market on the planet.

  2. Koi Khairul
    November 30, 2019

    yes. US need to stop these cockroaches . parasites all over the world

    • Yanto Tandry
      December 1, 2019

      people like u should live in the desert only. with a mind that always equalling ppl with animals. pity u

  3. David kenny
    November 30, 2019

    Like every other country in the world, the US is looking after their own best interests.

    • Vince Colucci
      December 1, 2019

      In fact like every person.

  4. R. Hiram Houck
    November 30, 2019

    We Americans need to stop these nations and companies that want to control the world, that’s our job!

  5. R. Hiram Houck
    November 30, 2019

    Huawei produces a superior product and provides it at a lower cost to consumers. We cannot allow a company like that to compete with US companies! We need to eliminate the competition so American workers can get paid more for doing less.

    • John Celis
      November 30, 2019

      At what point do you admit your endorsement of child and slave labor.

    • Vince Colucci
      December 1, 2019

      And at what point do you admit that a government controlled company dumps product on the world market and seeks to use its slave labor to beat down other economies.

    • Trojan127
      December 1, 2019

      Get your facts right !

    • Greg Tippitt
      December 2, 2019

      Huawei produces products to spy on users at a lower cost because of subsidies from their government owners.

    • R. Hiram Houck
      December 3, 2019

      They keep their people employed by paying the lower wages. America on the other hand has more people on welfare.

    • R. Hiram Houck
      December 3, 2019

      They have four times as many people than the USA. They have no need to use children for labor when they have so many people that need jobs. The alternative to paying more to each worker would result in more being unemployed.

    • R. Hiram Houck
      December 3, 2019

      If you know ahead of time when buying that product, then you accept that risk. Just like Facebook spies on its users, but it is totally free and that is how they make money. If privacy is important to you, then be prepared to pay a higher cost for an item that offers more privacy. This is your choice.

    • Greg Tippitt
      December 3, 2019

      Just because one person doesn’t care, does not mean it is okay for an outside entity to spy on everyone that person calls as well. It is not a just a matter of individual cell phones, because the really big threat is from the tech sold to service providers, where entire networks are then exposed. While spies in China aren’t interest in old retired network engineer like myself, they would really love to read the text and emails of a patent lawyer or designer of military hardware or software. Even if a person with secret information was careful to never use their personal phone for business data, spying on their personal life is an easy way to collect leverage for blackmail.

      I’ve checked the security logs on my home router, which most people completely ignore, and I get hundreds of attempts each day trying to access my home network. A few will be from Russia or Eastern European IP addresses, but 90%+ are from IP addresses in China.

      While I don’t use Facebook, I do use Google’s services and by using my Google ID to login to this Chinese propaganda website, I’ve granted them some access to my data that Google collects. I don’t really care if Xi Jinping knows I don’t like him, or that I still giggle whenever I hear Mao Zedong’s name as I did as a kid, because it sounded like “Mousey Dung.”

    • Greg Tippitt
      December 3, 2019

      At this year’s annual “Guokao” test for civil service jobs in China, they had 1.4 million folks trying to get 24,000 jobs. With a median per capita income of $1000US per month, there are millions willing to do almost any work under any conditions.

    • R. Hiram Houck
      December 4, 2019

      This is the unfortunate side effect of having too many people. If everyone in China received the same wages as those of the typical US union employee, then business could not survive there. When government here opens a position, we have the same problem but on a smaller magnitude. When my City had a position for a position that did not require experience or advanced education, over a thousand people applied for that position. In your example, you had 175 people test for every 3 positions. This is a similar ratio for applicants to available jobs if the position is that of a desirable government post.

    • R. Hiram Houck
      December 4, 2019

      The US government spies on us too, that is what the NSA does. China is not a free country when it comes to privacy and censorship. They block Google, Facebook, YouTube, and adult material. When they show American movies that have an ‘R’ rating, they take out those scenes that give it the R rating. I would not be surprised if the NSA spies on Chinese computers as well. I personally would not use a Huawei phone from fear of spying by China, but that is my choice. I do not think our government should make that choice for me though.

      Do not accuse Xi Jinping of looking like Winnie the Pooh. He really hates that and you will get in trouble. Chairman Mao is revered as a revolutionary but was a terrible leader.

  6. Hamza Javed
    November 30, 2019

    Honestly speaking, it’s a free market. If they have a better quality for less price, then we should rather compete against their prices than to just ban them.

    • Andrew Jackson
      December 1, 2019

      Of course it’s not a free market! Don’t be naive.

    • Hamza Javed
      December 2, 2019

      It is a free market. No one’s forcing anyone to buy their product.

  7. PandyMorrow
    November 30, 2019

    @R. Hiram Houck. Name a mobile phone manufacturer that makes mobile phones in America. There are none yes they supply infrastructure equipment for mobile phone networks etc 5g they are leaders as they invested a lot of money prices are inline with their competition. You say can’t allow company to compete with us companies. The American companies that supply Huawei also supply just about every other mobile phone manufacturer. Companies due to ban are loosing shed loads of money so is us economy. Your comment is basically nonsense.

    • R. Hiram Houck
      December 3, 2019

      I guess you do not appreciate my sarcasm. I believe in a free market economy and do not like the US government trying to control or prohibit private companies unless those companies are committing a fraud on the consumers. Huawei does not appear to be doing that.

  8. Stephen Pannizzo
    November 30, 2019

    Does China want to control the world?yes I’m believe me you would not be happy if they did God-bless the United States of America

    • Yanto Tandry
      December 1, 2019

      control the world is an issue made by the us clowns to brainwash their citizens mind. u give me a logical point how can one country control the world?? how??

  9. Stephen Pannizzo
    November 30, 2019

    You folks need to watch what’s going on in Hong-Kong thank God that you live in America If you do If not I feel sorry for you

  10. Andrew Hartley
    November 30, 2019

    Interesting that Microsoft are allowed to deal but Google aren’t. Corruption at the highest level!

  11. Mohammed Miyajan
    December 1, 2019

    Lmao amarica just wants to rule the word XD

  12. Yanto Tandry
    December 1, 2019

    there is no such thing as world control and it only actually buried in u americans mindset. as long aa its chinese, asians u will always wont accept. u can see how u r goverment destroyed so many countries by using democracy as the subject. “idiots always go find mistakes in everything” this world is free no one can control anything. its up to the consumen to decide what they want and need,, not the us goverment especially those clowns sitting in the senate.

    one idiot “workers can earn more and work less”

    • Greg Tippitt
      December 2, 2019

      Uh, yeah, sure. Whatever you say, Mr. Tawdry, just don’t bust a brain blood vessel and make a mess somebody else will have to clean up.

  13. Trojan127
    December 1, 2019

    USA is basically blocking themselves from the most advanced 5G and later 6G technology which is is Huawei . In less than two years , we shall see USA is the third world status in all infrastructures.

    • Yanto Tandry
      December 1, 2019

      let them be hypnotized by their own wet dreams bro. let them be.

    • Greg Tippitt
      December 2, 2019

      What the U.S. does not need is a network built with tech that allows the PRC to steal the intellectual property of any company that uses the Internet or telephones without using massive encryption for all communications. Allowing Huawei tech is giving China the ability to bug everybody’s phones! I am not a fan of President Trump, but in the case of bans on ZTE and Huawei, he had made the correct calls.

  14. Michael P Lindenmaier
    December 1, 2019

    Talking about rural networks in America… Many areas here in Oregon for example are not even covered by AT&T. We always malign Huawei and other Chinese telecoms, while they have brought cell phone and Internet access to millions and millions of people in poorer areas of the world. And it is not wise for America to put their own industries under such a tight grip to limit the sale of parts and services to Chinese companies. In many instances, it is to be argued whether state-owned telecoms in China and elsewhere or huge privately owned companies in America represent the most grave risk to individual freedom and privacy.

    • Greg Tippitt
      December 2, 2019

      It is not the fact that Huawei is a non-US company, but rather that they are an ANTI-US company. The U.S. does not have a problem with European companies supplying equipment for the U.S. telecom market. Huawei and the People’s Republic of China have repeatedly stolen trade secrets from U.S. companies, which is but one of the reasons their equipment is less expensive. The U.S. will be in a very awkward position if our telecom backbone is controlled by the country we are the most likely to be fighting in the next world war.

    • Michael P Lindenmaier
      December 3, 2019

      Huawei is very well established in Europe, and the most costly patent issues have been fought with South Korean companies actually. Most or all telecom equipment and smart phones are assembled in China; industries in the US and China are interdependent. Huawei’s success worldwide is not just a result of copying America’s trade secrets, and not all trials have gone in favor for Apple and others. I think we are diluting ourselves to think the Chinese are just copying what Americans have. They are now developing very competitive 5g systems with their own technologies. A great show just this fall in Munich, that was very well received. The exemptions even here in the US for Huawei to partly maintain some of the rural networks. People like yourself who believe in a possible aggressive confrontation, and talk up “world war” between the two countries miss the point, really. The People’s Republic of China has opened its markets generously to American products and services without the fear of domination. And the fear that the Chinese Communist Party is listening to our conversations and party-clips is absolutely laughable, and paranoid….

    • Greg Tippitt
      December 3, 2019

      As for people like myself that “believe in a possible aggressive confrontation”, I am actually a pacifist who believes we should do whatever we can to avoid military confrontations, and anyone that does not believe that the People’s Republic of China isn’t preparing for major conflict, does not read or pay attention to the PRC’s building of armed islands off its shore to enforce its will on all shipping in Asia.

      As for 5G, U.S. companies could have already worked with European companies like Ericsson and Nokia by sharing tech patents to implement 5G in the U.S., except there are major problems that have nothing to do with China. We simply do not have enough unused frequencies available. The frequencies that are now being tested for 5G are practically useless, which it why they haven’t already been used. The ones they’re testing will barely pass through the material of your jacket pocket, and certainly don’t work inside buildings.

      We will have to abandon some legacy uses of spectrum such as the 535-1605 kHz range used for AM broadcast radio. The range from 50 to 108 MHz used for TV and FM radio is also a possible candidates for 5G, but reallocation of these can’t happen any time soon because Canada also uses them similarly.

      The improvements of 5G for tower backhaul will be a moot point in a short while when SpaceX, Amazon, and/or OneWeb have enough satellites in low earth orbit for effective Internet service.

  15. R. Hiram Houck
    December 3, 2019

    I have been to China many times and they are thriving despite having four times the population of the USA. If they ran their government the way we run ours, hundreds or thousands would be homeless without enough to eat.