U.S. government reportedly asking allies to stop using Huawei products

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According to (This article and its images were originally posted on Android and Me November 23, 2018 at 11:21AM.)

Unlike ZTE, Huawei managed to avoid a lot of attention throughout the year. However, that all came crashing down when the President of the United States signed the Defense Authorization Act which, among many other things, banned government usage of Huawei and ZTE products.

That decision prevents U.S. government workers and contractors from using Huawei products in “essential” roles, which means Huawei technology can’t be used in anything related to accessing, viewing, or routing data. And while that’s a pretty big blow to Huawei, things may be getting worse if a new report from The Wall Street Journal evolves into action from certain countries.

 

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