The accusations of Huawei stealing trade secrets from across the world are hitting a fever pitch, thanks to a new Wall Street Journal expose that blows open accusations of theft and stealing of trade secrets. The article includes
insights from lawsuits, Huawei’s competitors and former employees. Allegations run the gamut against the company: from its business practices, to the science behind its 5G, all the way down to copying the text it used in its user manuals.
Huawei has grown into China’s global technology powerhouse, as a leader in 5G networks and giant maker of telecom equipment. The company employs 188,000 people in more than 170 countries and sells more smartphones than Apple. It also provides cloud services, manufactures microchips and runs internet cables undersea that help route global traffic….
(Fear of China) didn’t stop Motorola from coming forward in 2010 and alleging Huawei of stealing their technology for a compact base station that connects devices in a wireless network called the SC300. Motorola accused one of its employees - a relative of Huawei founder Ren - of flying back to Beijing to secretly show Huawei trade secrets for the device. An e-mail from the employee's laptop showed him writing to Ren after the meeting, stating: “Attached please find those document [sic] about SC300 specification you asked.”
One of the employee's alleged co-conspirators was arrested in 2007 after being stopped at Chicago O'Hare with a one-way ticket to Beijing and more than 1,000 documents that included Motorola trade secrets. She was convicted of stealing trade secrets in 2012. https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-05-25/huawei-spent-all-their-resources-stealing-stunning-new-expose-says
3-4-19 Should we be afraid of China?
China was unified in 221 BC by Qin Shi Huang, the "First Emperor". The Qin Dynasty established a centralized system of government for all of China and standardized weights and measures, writing and currency to create unity. The Han dynasty succeeded him in 206 BC, after a period of revolt. With the invention of paper, powder, compass and the extent of commerce to the west along the Silk Road, and thanks to a relatively benevolent imperial domination, the Han period is considered to be the first golden age of Chinese civilization.
The Tang Dynasty (June 18, 618 to June 1, 907) inaugurated the second golden age of Chinese civilization, marked by a blossoming of Chinese poetry, Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism and the art of governing. This dynasty developed the system of imperial examinations which aimed to select court officials by their skills rather than by their family ties. The collapse of the Tang Dynasty once again divided China until it was reunited with the Song Dynasty, which ruled most of China for more than 150 years. The Ming period was marked by trade and exploration, with Zheng He's many famous trips to South Asia, India and the Arab world. Famous monuments in Beijing, such as the Forbidden City and the Temple of Heaven, the Great Wall were built during this period. The last Qing dynasty (1644-1911) saw the rise of the Chinese empire to its present size, incorporating the western regions of Xinjiang and Tibet.
During the twentieth century China has gone through several political, economic, social and cultural experiences. From 1949 to 1976, China experimented with the Communist regime shaped by Mao Zedong. When Mao died in 1976, China, still a Communist republic, embarked on a gradual global economic opening under the leadership of Deng Xiaoping, which allowed the country to become a second-power global economy since 2010 and thus become a key pole of globalization. Deng Xiaoping's innovative policy resulted in remarkable economic success and many setbacks as well as an attack on human rights. This economic success is partly the result of the involvement of the Chinese diaspora. https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=fr&u=http://www.tv83.info/2019/03/02/faut-il-avoir-peur-de-la-chine-2/&prev=search
5-24-19 Boko Haram has killed an estimated 2,295 teachers and displaced 19,000 people in northeastern Nigeria since it launched an insurgency in 2009 to establish an Islamic emirate, the African nation’s minister of education revealed this week. https://www.breitbart.com/national-security/2019/05/24/boko-haram-killed-teachers-destroyed-schools-nigeria-in-nine-years/