The social media giant can be hard to like, but its stance on free speech is right, as the latest set of numbers shows.
Despite its threats, China is in no position to hurt the Nordic equipment vendors in the way that US and European authorities can damage Huawei.
Between swigs, Light Reading has been carrying out an in-depth investigation into the general public's reaction.
A ban on buying Huawei's 5G products starting in 2021 may have come too soon for open RAN or other non-Nordic alternatives.
Swedish vendor says it currently swaps about 100,000 mobile sites a year, more than twice the UK's installed base.
Service providers in the UK have this week raised lots of unanswered questions about the cost of a Huawei ban.
Threatening language by China's UK ambassador is inappropriate and overlooks the perilous nature of Huawei's current predicament.
The Chinese equipment maker faces a UK ban, according to press reports, because new US sanctions make it an even bigger risk.
If the Chinese vendor were not so technically gifted, it would probably have been sent packing already.
The Internet platform's audience has been growing just as major advertisers decide to practice social distancing.
US officials are promoting open RAN as an answer to China, but the technology specifications are based partly on Chinese IP.