Huawei [Huawei] sued the FCC regarding measures taken by the US Federal Communications Commission [FCC] to regulate the sale of Huawei network equipment in the US
In November, FCC purchased products and services from Huawei and Zhongxing Tung [ZTE] using the Universal Service Fund [USF], a subsidy of US $ 8.5 billion per year. To banDecided. USF is used in several programs to assist in the installation and service of broadband in the United States.
As part of the legal battle, Huawei filed a petition requesting the FCC's order to be illegal against the US Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit. Huawei alleges that the FCC avoided proper procedures by certifying the company as a national security threat.
Huawei criticizes the allegations that the FCC has violated federal law beyond legal authority because it has not been able to prove its findings by "evidence or reasonable argument or analysis."
Huawei's Chief Legal Officer [CLO] Sugaya Yanpei said at a press conference, "Because it was founded in China, prohibiting companies like Huawei will not solve cybersecurity issues." It was.
He also said that neither FCC chairman Ajit Pai nor other FCC members have provided evidence to support the allegation that Huawei is a security threat, and in order to scare people, "And so on.
In the statement when ordering sales regulations, Chair Pai stated that the measure was based on evidence and cited the October report from the European Union. The EU points out in the report that the path of attack by those who have received state support through 5G will increase.
“These concerns are never based on a hypothesis. For example, this summer, an independent cybersecurity company analyzed Huawei's firmware image, and the majority had at least one potential backdoor. We also tested Huawei devices and found an average of 102 known vulnerabilities per device. ”
This article is from overseas CBS InteractivearticleEdited by Asahi Interactive for Japan.