According to a Reuters article, U.S. Senator Tom Cotton introduced a bill last Wednesday that would stop the United States from sharing intelligence with countries that allow Huawei Technologies to operate 5G network technology.
The Sen. Cotton bill is just one of several legislative efforts against Huawei for potential national security concerns – last year Huawei was placed on the entity list.
The countries and companies that are considering Huawei’s 5G equipment include: Bahrain, Belgium, Britain Telecom, France, Hungary, Norway, Thailand and more.
The countries and companies that ban Huawei’s 5G equipment include: the United States, Australia, Facebook, Google, Japan, Microsoft, New Zealand, Softbank, Sophos, South Korea, University of Oxford, UAE, Verizon Communications and Vodafone.
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