CTVNews.ca Staff, CTV News & Annie Bergeron-Oliver Report
Friday, December 28, 2012 at 10:09
United States President Donald Trump may request an executive in January to allow American companies to exploit Huawei and ZTE telecommunications equipment in China, as reported by Reuters, as a result of spying concerns.
The executive request, such as Australia and New Zealand, would follow similar movements. Thus, the business councilors such as Huawei have banned the participation of their generation's 5G mobile networks. Other countries are doing similar activities.
Digital technology experts Ritesh Kotak told CTV News to understand why the actions of the country are underway.
"Beijing at any time allows these organizations to share information with regard to national security or national interests," he explained. "(A) If technology itself is compromised by hardware, all communications – everything that happens in the network – would be compromised and could be spyware or spyware."
Canada – arrested Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou on Dec. 1 US authorities are facing more than one demand for violations of Iran during the alleged violations – its allies are facing increasing pressure on a move.
"We are right," said Brian O & # 39; Higgins, a cyber-security expert at CTV News. "If the government promotes something, there will be errors in the equipment … If you enter the source code and you can throw it over for weeks or months, even if it is hidden, it will not be found."
Meng's arrest arrest, two Canadians – former diplomatic counterpart Michael Kovrig and businessman Michael Spavor – were arrested in China in December. A third, Sarah McIver, has recently been released after being arrested on the visa.
Commercial experts claim that continuing strain between China and Canada is likely to continue in the near future to achieve a trade agreement between the two countries.
"Trying to sell all types of commercial agreements with the Canadian population, I do not see what's happening," said Patrick Leblond, from the public and international education of the University of Ottawa, said CTV News. "So I think the trade forecast, even if there is never a few years between Canada and China."
For his part, Huawei has said "he has been in Canada for ten years and has never been a problem."
"Huawei fully commits the Canadian government to everything that our operations require now and in the future," the company added.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has stated that the decision to prohibit Huawei 5G Canadian networks will be left to the national security experts.