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US vs Chinese telcos: China Unicom and Pacific networks cut off from market

The Federal Communications Commission (Fcc) Is ready to revoke the accreditation China Unicom Americas and Pacific Networks (including its subsidiary Comnet) In order to deliver Tlc Services in the United States. He brings it back Reuters, Which indicates that the Telecommunications Regulatory Authority has already initiated the necessary procedures.

A medium term strategy

In April, the FCC released a series of devices that warned that the operating licenses of three Chinese state-controlled telecommunications companies could be revoked: two already mentioned China Telecom – China’s largest telecommunications company has had US recognition for nearly 20 years – a similar move by the regulator opened in December.

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In particular, the FCC said the companies had “failed at this point to address serious concerns” about their US accreditation. FCC Commissioner Jeffrey Starkes He noted that many Chinese telecommunications operators “have data centers operating in the United States.” He said the FCC did not currently have the authority to “deal with this potential threat to national security”. Commenting on the decision, China Unicom said the company’s legal branch has been operating in the United States for nearly two decades and expects the FCC to conduct a thorough, fair and fact – based review.

The weight of the FCC’s results

In May 2019, Reuters recalled that the FCC had unanimously voted to deny China Mobile, another Chinese state-owned telecommunications company, the right to provide US services, citing risks that the Chinese government could use to approve. To spy against the US government.

Last week, however, the U.S. The FCC has designated five Chinese companies as national security threats under the 2019 Act aimed at protecting communications networks. Let’s talk about Hawaii, Stay, Hydra Communications, Hangzhou Hygvision Digital Technology e Tahua Technology. FacebookOn the other hand, it withdrew its request to use a cable to carry Internet traffic between the United States and Hong Kong, citing “the continuing concerns of the U.S. government over direct communication links.”

Also in China, authorities are investigating a deep fake incident

Meanwhile, Chinese regulators have rallied 11 major national technology companies, In which Alibaba, Tencent e Bite Dance, To negotiate the use of technology “Deep fake”On their content sites. The aim is to intensify departmental controls. With DeepFax, creators use artificial intelligence to edit hyper-realistic but fake video or audio life in which a person seems to say or do something that is actually ‘fake’. China, which has exposed concerns about monopoly behavior and violations of consumer rights, has stepped up surveys of its Internet companies in recent months.

The China’s Cyberspace Administration He announced that he had heard from companies with the Ministry of Public Safety to discuss “security assessments” and potential issues related to deepfack and audio applications. The meeting was also attended by Quixote Technology and Xiaomi, but not all companies were willing to comment after the summit.


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