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Chinese smartphone maker Huawei is ready to sign with the governments of different countries of the agreement on the renunciation of the utilisation of the vulnerabilities (backdoors) to access the data users. This was stated by one of the company executives Liang Hua, quoted by TASS.
“China has no legal provisions that require companies to engage in intelligence gathering. We Express our position to the governments of all countries that we are ready to sign agreements on avoidance of backdoors,” said Hua.
He also assured that in all the countries where Huawei has opened branches and representative offices, the company conducts work in accordance with local laws.
It charges to collect users ‘ sensitive data and handing them over to the Chinese government became the reason for the imposition of sanctions against Huawei and U.S. President Donald trump. In mid-may, he turned the company into the black list, banning to cooperate with it American businesses.
After that, Google announced that it will cease to supply its Huawei software. Later the Chinese company was given a reprieve until mid-August. At the G20 summit in July, trump said about the possible removal of restrictions and that will allow Huawei to buy American products.
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