For the first time in its history, the FCC is preemptively banning new tech because its suppliers are considered a threat to national security.
Li Guohua had already been expelled from the Chinese Communist Party following an investigation that began in February.
The story of an American becoming the first woman to lead the ITU in its 157-year history contrasts with another story about diversity only being welcome when it suits the goals of powerful nations.
There has been a flurry of investigations into Chinese-owned firms that import or manufacture phones, including Huawei and Xiaomi.
A deal between Singapore and Australia sees the East Asian country align with a growing web of similar deals between Western nations.
Onur Aksoy is charged with selling knock-off Cisco equipment that had been disguised in China to look like the latest tech.
The US government has allocated less than half of the USD5.3bn required to reimburse telcos for scrapping Huawei and ZTE gear.
The government of China has every reason to disrupt US ambitions by copying and improving upon US plans for verifying CLIs globally.
Chinese researchers say Starlink satellites could be used to ram China’s spare hardware, but what they really fear is free speech.
The Canadian government originally promised to make a decision about Huawei in 2019.