No technical reason for Huawei 5G ban, claims House of Commons Science and Technology Committee

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Telecoms operators haven't seen evidence of security risk from Huawei hardware - but will keep Huawei out of core networks anyway

The House of Commons Science and Technology Committee have concluded that Huawei should not be barred from UK 5G and conventional telecoms networks. In a letter last week to the Security of Stat...

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