Canadian Judge Finds Key Extradition Standard Met for Huawei Executive

Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou should face extradition proceedings initiated by the United States, a Canadian court ruled Wednesday, finding the Chinese telecom executive’s alleged misrepresentations to HSBC about an Iranian subsidiary in 2013 pass the crucial “double-criminality” test under Canada’s Extradition Act.

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A federal court in Texas ruled in favor of the U.S. government on Chinese telecommunications company Huawei’s constitutional challenge to a law that excludes its and another Chinese company’s products and services from “sensitive United States systems, including government systems and government contractors,” because of security concerns.

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Europe Becomes a Battleground Over Huawei and 5G

Europe, home to many of world’s richest and most technologically advanced nations, has become a crucial battleground in the race between China and the United States and among tech giants to develop the internet of the future — a world where technology becomes even more supreme and potentially more dangerous.

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