Lawmakers send bipartisan letter to Google asking it to end partnership with Huawei


Google’s got mail.

Lawmakers from the Senate and House sent a letter today to Google boss Sundar Pichai asking him to reconsider the company’s relationship with Chinese smartphone company Huawei.

The letter argued that the relationship posed a serious national security threat. “Chinese telecommunications companies, such as Huawei, have extensive ties with the Chinese Communist Party,” reads the letter that has bipartisan signatures.

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“The concerns of the Intelligence Community are well founded: recent reports indicate that a former U.S. intelligence officer charged with spying for the Chinese government used Huawei technology to communicate with his handlers.” Read more…

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