ZTE denies US intelligence claims over cyber espionage risks

Nicholas Fearn
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ZTE calls itself a "trusted partner"

Chinese networking equipment maker ZTE has denied that its products could be subverted by Chinese spies and hackers to conduct state espionage. The company, which also makes smartphones, rejecte...

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