American Media: The U.S. Government prohibits federal agencies from using Huawei products or prosecuting them

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 American Media: The U.S. Government prohibits federal agencies from using Huawei products or prosecuting them


According to the two people, the lawsuit will be filed in the Federal District Court in Eastern Texas, where Huaweis U.S. headquarters is located. The company plans to announce the lawsuit this week.

The move may be aimed at forcing the U.S. government to explain more openly its reasons for cracking down on the Chinese telecom equipment maker, the article said. In the face of a U.S. -led undercover Mafia movement, this is part of Huaweis massive campaign to defend itself. Washington sees Huawei as a security threat. Huawei executives have strongly protested against U.S. actions, and the company has launched marketing campaigns to repair its image in the eyes of consumers. The article argues that in the past year, Washington has upgraded its pressure on the company, which is preparing to play an important role in the construction of the next generation of wireless networks around the world. U.S. officials have urged other governments to ban the use of Huawei products. The article argues that lawsuits against the U.S. government are expected to challenge a provision of the Defense Authorization Act passed last year. It prohibits the use of telecommunications equipment manufactured by Huawei and ZTE, another Chinese company, by federal administrations. According to one of the two people familiar with the matter, Huawei is likely to call the provision a deprivation of public rights act - a legislative act that singles out a person or organization for punishment without trial. The U.S. Constitution prohibits Congress from passing such bills. Source: Responsible Editor of Reference Message Network: Xu Meng_NN7485

The move may be aimed at forcing the U.S. government to explain more openly its reasons for cracking down on the Chinese telecom equipment maker, the article said. In the face of a U.S. -led undercover Mafia movement, this is part of Huaweis massive campaign to defend itself. Washington sees Huawei as a security threat. Huawei executives have strongly protested against U.S. actions, and the company has launched marketing campaigns to repair its image in the eyes of consumers.

The article argues that in the past year, Washington has upgraded its pressure on the company, which is preparing to play an important role in the construction of the next generation of wireless networks around the world. U.S. officials have urged other governments to ban the use of Huawei products.

The article argues that lawsuits against the U.S. government are expected to challenge a provision of the Defense Authorization Act passed last year. It prohibits the use of telecommunications equipment manufactured by Huawei and ZTE, another Chinese company, by federal administrations. According to one of the two people familiar with the matter, Huawei is likely to call the provision a deprivation of public rights act - a legislative act that singles out a person or organization for punishment without trial. The U.S. Constitution prohibits Congress from passing such bills.