SlideshowWill Trump Fan the Flames as Huawei Is Burned at the Stake?

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tojofay
tojofay
2/10/2019 | 5:32:58 PM
What backdraft?
Buy Infinera gear and other allied companies gear. Ray, get off the tit will ya?
maverickzz
maverickzz
2/9/2019 | 5:44:25 AM
Oxymoron?
"I would imagine that, even more quickly, it would lead to a greater volume of cyber attacks on the US from the Far East. I am guessing here, but it's not hard to imagine that some digital retribution would be sought, either by independent agents looking for an excuse to attack US institutions or by more organized groups. A Trump order would invite efforts to try and breach US cyber defenses -- that is frighteningly obvious, right? And it could result in serious disruption, cost and interference. Which is sad." It IS sad indeed. Just read that paragraph again while reversing roles - Imagine China banning Google or Cisco or whatever US company (which they partially or totally do in some cases) and the US government or its various agents or so retaliate by cyber attacking Chinese government or companies??!! What would you induce about the independence of said companies from the US government?? It's shameful to see such poor logic on Lightreading.
mrblobby
mrblobby
2/9/2019 | 1:51:39 AM
Undeclared interest
For completeness, you should have stated the fact that Huawei is a major customer of this site, spending a lot of dosh on marketing. It is understandable that you would want to hang onto that source of income, but I would have preferred not to have to make that point myself.
brooks7
brooks7
2/8/2019 | 6:30:28 PM
But....
 

 

 

Would it be good for Lightreading?

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