Can't have the chinese
interfering with the Australian's data collection behaviors on behalf of the NSA....
Australia's new and conservative prime minister Tony Abbott has reportedly confirmed the nation's decision to ban Huawei from providing any kit to the country's national broadband network. Australia famously banned Huawei not long after Barack Obama and his entourage visited the nation in 2010. The ban is thought to have come …
> So who is right and who is wrong?
Apparently the Australians (and the Canadians) are more obedient to instructions from Washington than the Brits or the Kiwis. I don't think there's any sense in asking who's right, since the whole thing is founded on xenophobia anyway, and on fear of a rising economy while the West declines.
Don't see any problem.
It is not like the said board members ever failed to notice untoward behaviour when they were foreign minister. Certainly no hundred million dollar kickbacks to Saddam for wheat contracts....
I am sure that makes them right on top of what China does in closed source modules in key infrastructure.
About the first sensible thing the new government has done re NBN
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