Ministry of Foreign Affairs: I would like to hear how the Australian government explains the compulsory back door for telecommunications enterprises.

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 Ministry of Foreign Affairs: I would like to hear how the Australian government explains the compulsory back door for telecommunications enterprises.


In this regard, Lu said that China attaches great importance to the relevant trends. The practice of forcing enterprises to install back door through legislation is to base their own security and interests on infringing the security and privacy of other countries, which will have a serious impact on the market environment and international cooperation of the telecommunications industry. As you can see, the industry has expressed serious concern about this.

Lu Kang pointed out that it is doubtful that on the one hand, the countries concerned should take the matter of network security to hype the so-called security threats of other countries or enterprises, and on the other hand, they are doing harm to network security. Like you, I would like to hear what the Australian Government has to say about this. China has always attached great importance to and resolutely maintained network security. It is willing to continue to actively participate in international cooperation in network security and work with all parties to build a peaceful, secure, open, cooperative and orderly network space. At the same time, China once again urges the countries concerned to provide a fair, just and non-discriminatory business environment for enterprises in all countries, including China.