The British Government announced a little while ago that it would stop using gear from the Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies in the country's 5G networks and would remove all existing gear by the end of 2027.
Former Independent senator Nick Xenophon has accused both Swedish telecommunications company Ericsson and local telco Telstra of "engaging in Olympic class word games" to avoid an inconvenient truth: their 5G equipment is being manufactured in China with a joint-venture partner cited by the US as being under the thumb of the People's Liberation Army.
Former Independent senator Nick Xenophon has put the cat among the pigeons, pointing out that while Chinese vendor Huawei has been banned from supplying gear to the 5G networks, Telstra, which gets its 5G gear from a joint-venture arrangement between Ericsson and Panda Electronics, faces no such strictures.
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Happy birthday, JS!
If you squeeze harder you can always get a bit more juice from a lemon. But it’s still a lemon.
Let me guess, they don't routinely purge personal data from former clients?
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