The US Undersecretary of State: “Beijing seduces with money and then traps with intimidation. The Communist Party is not content with creating a surveillance state at home, it wants to extend it to the whole world.”
More and more EU countries are excluding the Chinese provider Huawei from the 5G network. Now the US government is speaking to the conscience of the hesitant Federal Republic.
On August 5th, the U.S. announced that they will be blocking CCP influence in five areas on what they refer to as a Clean Network for the U.S. That means the U.S. will block the CCP at five areas: carriers, stores, apps, cloud storage and cables. Among the targets are China’s Alibaba, Biadu and Tencent, which offer downloadable apps, in U.S. mobile app stores. According to a statement from the U.S. State Department, more than 30 countries have already joined the US’s net cleaning campaign. And many of the world’s largest telecommunications companies have been cleared as clean telcos, pledging to use only trusted carriers on their clean networks.