TagNational Intelligence Law (China 2017)
Date April 9, 2021
Business and Finance, Creativity, Global Technology, Law
Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS), China (competitiveness in AI), Chinese Communist Party (CCP), Cisco (and Huawei), Ericcson (and Huawei), Ericcson (telecom), Great Firewall (Cisco), Huawei (industrial espionage), Industrial espionage, Meng Wanzhou, Motorola (and Huawei), National Intelligence Law (China 2017), Nortel (demise), Paul Cheever (and Huawei), Quintel Technology (and Huawei), Rui Oliveira (and Huawei), T-Mobile (and Huawei), U.S. Department of Justice (and Huawei), U.S. Entities list (and Huawei) One former Motorola employee was arrested at O’Hare International Airport in Chicago with more than 1,000 documents, on her way to Beijing on a one-way ticket
Earlier we looked at how Huawei stole intellectual property from Canada’s once world-class Nortel, which most likely led to the company’s demise. But Nortel wasn’t the only company that Huawei targeted.
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