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US/Poland: towards a censorship of the 5G networks

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — The United States and Poland call for stricter controls on foreign influence on 5G networks.

US and Poland say 5G network equipment providers must be subject to rigorous foreign government scrutiny, said a joint declaration on Monday as Washington urges its allies to exclude China from networks 5G.

The statement indicates that it is important to determine whether a supplier is under the control of a foreign government, has a transparent ownership structure and transparent business practices.

Huawei remains under surveillance in Poland, where the authorities arrested a Huawei Chinese employee and a former Polish security official on espionage charges in January.

China’s telecommunications giant, Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, has denied US accusations that its equipment would serve as a back door to Beijing’s intelligence agencies, as both countries are facing a trade war.

The ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party, of which Duda is a member, exercised a range of powers that the human rights groups and the European Commission threatened with the rule of law and increased control of the country. government on the Polish courts.

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