Huawei & ZTE Officially Declared National Security Threats By The FCC

As privacy continues to be a major talking point in tech, the FCC has now officially declared Huawei and ZTE as national security threats. 5G is currently in the process of becoming more widely available and that has raised some concerns about privacy. At the same time, consumers are becoming increasingly more aware and vigilant of how companies monitor and track them, including demanding greater levels of protection.

The Federal Communications Commission, the FCC, is tasked with protecting the American communication infrastructure from security risks. With this in mind, it is important to acknowledge there are many tech companies with ties to China, and some government agencies are banning the use of products and services by these China-based companies. Huawei, a company that sells smartphones and other consumer electronics, has been accused of having a troubling reputation, and the U.S. has already charged the tech company with racketeering and conspiracy. Similar to Huawei, ZTE has also been rolling out its 5G solutions and has raised privacy concerns of its own.

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