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China formally arrests Canadians detained amid Huawei spat

The News Articles Thursday, 16 May 2019
China formally arrests Canadians detained amid Huawei spatBEIJING – Chinese language government have officially arrested on state secrets and techniques fees two Canadians detained closing 12 months, the federal government stated on Thursday, in what’s more likely to additional building up pressure between Ottawa and Beijing. READ MORE: Canadian trade delegation presses U.S. on Huawei, China dispute: ‘We’re taking a hit for …
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News video: Huawei tablet snooping on IT engineer in Taiwan from China

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TAIPEI — A Huawei Mediapad M5 was found to be sending data from several apps back to China by a Canadian IT engineer living in Taiwan. Talking to Taiwan News, the man said he bought Huawei device about six months ago and installed a firewall program to identify apps running in the background in...

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