Chinese telecommunications equipment provider Huawei Technologies has been hit with criminal charges, among others, by the US, with the indictments being unveiled on Monday, the first day of work after a government shutdown, and just a couple of days before the US and China resume talks on a trade dispute.
The arrest of Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou in Canada last month may make it difficult for former US intelligence personnel to travel to countries that are friendly to Beijing, a former NSA hacker has warned.
ANALYSIS The Australian encryption laws were devised for one reason: so that spy agencies could get back on an equal footing with technology firms and have a big stick with which to beat them whenever they want.
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