COMMENTARY: Nate Snyder — Huawei’s Business Practices Not To Be Trusted

CapitalWatch recently quoted security expert Nate Snyder of Cambridge Global Advisors, as he analyzed accusations against Huawei and the company’s track record with our nation’s adversaries. 

In response to the U.S.’s decision to ban Huawei’s technologies from its 5G market, the Chinese company blamed the U.S. for interfering with its ability to conduct business.

“This is unfortunately a distraction and does not erase the fact that Huawei has helped Iran, Syria, and North Korea establish their networks, aided in the crackdown of the Uygur population, likely aided in the crackdown of protestors in Hong Kong, enables the use of disinformation by the Chinese Government, built back doors into European networks, and as recently reported, had Huawei technicians aid in the targeting and spying of political leaders in Uganda and Zambia,” said the former Obama Administration Counterterrorism Official and advisor to the Department of Homeland Security, Department of Justice, Federal Bureau of Investigation, and National Counterterrorism Center.

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