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#1 (permalink)      1/29/2019 7:30:54 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Huwaei Faces Charges / China Breaks US Law
Huawei needs to be taken off the market!
It might be okay by China's standards to continue marketing Huawei products, but new info indicates multiple indictments of sensitive tech theft from T-Mobile, selling secret info to Iran and other espionage tactics.

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#2 (permalink)      1/29/2019 7:53:38 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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For some odd reason, your first thread about this yesterday didn't cause Huawei to close its doors.

I'm sure this second thread will suffice. Keep up the good work, random T-Mobile customer!
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Not to defend corporate espionage (or Huawei specifically) but Huawei isn't exactly the first company to steal engineering data from another company or the first to violate sanctions on Iran. Plenty of American, German, British, Canadian... Companies have done similar crimes with alot less (fake outrage) media coverage. If this stuff is true, let the justice system figure out what to do about it...

And does it occur to anyone that a politically-connected competitor of Huawei may be improperly using government (and media) to get rid of a threat to their market share? Huawei makes some really good products and sells them for like half the cost of comparble stuff. If something like this is really happening, which form of corporate espionage is worse?

Edit: Message sent from my Huawei Mediapad M5 Pro tablet. (Beat that on the merits, Apple.) LOL.

Edited on 1/29/2019 at 9:46 PM. Reason:
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Why the second thread on the same subject listless?.....didn't you get told yesterday?
Once again you are an idiot.
#5 (permalink)      1/29/2019 10:21:33 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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bbbbbbuuuutttttt capitumalism funny how yanks stop believing when they're the ones getting undercut...
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#7 (permalink)      1/30/2019 5:27:30 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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I'm actually glad you posted this twice. You reminded me that I'm due for an upgrade and the P20 is a hot deal!
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Hey x and y! Are you in the uk? If so,I just got a new p 20 from mobile phones.......direct. Nobody on the high street could even come close to their deals! Just put .com on the end!
#9 (permalink)      1/30/2019 6:36:49 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Looks (to me) like a laundry list of trumped up charges to fuel the China tech cold war.

Wish my service provider would allow Huawei phones on their network.
Meanwhile, i'll be enjoying my (non LTE) MediaPad M5.
Living is the only thing worth dying for...
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One good thing that's coming from this for Huawei - average folks are learning how to pronounce their name. Wah-Way. It's better that they receive some bad publicity than no publicity at all. There are real alternatives to Apple, Samsung, etc...
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I'm on my 4th Huawei phone and would not go back to Samsung or an I phone. I would certainly recommend them.