White House-ordered Huawei probe reveals no evidence of spying, sources tell Reuters

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A White House-ordered probe has revealed no evidence that telecommunications company Huawei spied for the Chinese government, sources tell Reuters. According to two people apparently familiar with the review, there was nothing to indicate active spying, although one source says that “certain parts of government really wanted” such evidence. This contrasts sharply with a US Congressional report released last week, calling both Huawei and ZTE, another major Chinese tech company, a national security risk. The report’s findings have not been announced publicly, and White House National Security Council spokeswoman Caitlin Hayden declined to comment. It doesn’t seem to have looked for backdoors or other potential future threats, a concern of…

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