U.S. President Joe Biden yesterday signed the Secure Equipment Act, backed by an overwhelming majority in the House of Representatives and Congress, which also takes the last chance away from China’s technology multitay, primarily Huawei Technologies, Hikvision and Dahua IP camera manufacturers and ZTE to get any of their equipment into U.S. networks.
It has not been easy for US blacklisted companies to sell anything to telecommunications companies in the country since 2019, but the competent authority, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), has only allowed the devices to be used on special request – only if if public money is not used in their acquisition.
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In essence, the latter clause has been changed by the Secure Equipment Act, which no longer allows authorities to issue any licenses to blacklisted companies, regardless of how much money they buy and use the assets from within the United States.
The FCC, which has approved about three thousand license applications for Huawei alone since 2019, has already decided within the summer to further restrict the issuance of new licenses and is ready to revoke previously granted licenses.
The jurisdiction extends not only to assets but also to specific service providers, and last month the organization revoked the operating license of China Telecom’s U.S. subsidiary based on it – also citing national security risks.
Source: HWSW Informatikai Hírmagazin by www.hwsw.hu.
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