5G

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U.S. and U.K. stand firm against Huawei security risk

The United Kingdom is joining the U.S. in banning equipment made by the Chinese firm Huawei from its fifth-generation (5G) wireless communication networks.
Attorney General Willam Barr in front of flag (© Patrick Semansky/AP Images)

China’s economic blitzkrieg

The Chinese Communist Party is leveraging its economic power to exert influence around the globe and to try to make the world safe for dictatorship.
Man looking at phone while passing by Huawei store (© Mark Schiefelbein/AP Images)

U.S. further limits Huawei and ZTE

The U.S. has declared the Chinese telecom giants Huawei and ZTE national security threats and blocked use of federal subsidies for the companies' equipment.
Drawing of soldiers withdrawing light from light bulb (State Dept./D. Thompson)

FBI director: China’s economic espionage threatens free societies

The Chinese Communist Party's theft of intellectual property has resulted in one of the largest transfers of wealth in history, a U.S. official says.
Woman walking by a large white wall with a Huawei sign on it (© Kevin Frayer/Getty Images)

Global consensus grows on risks of China’s 5G firms

Countries and companies around the world are recognizing the risks posed by untrustworthy 5G telecommunications equipment supplied by Chinese firms.
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Taiwan’s TSMC to build $12 billion semiconductor plant in U.S.

Learn what a new $12 billion semiconductor factory means for the United States and how it will help U.S. national security.
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Defending America’s cyberfrontier with a 5G ‘clean path’

As countries adopt 5G, learn what the United States is doing to protect its diplomatic systems from untrustworthy telecom companies.
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Chinese censorship is a global problem

China has the most repressed internet of anywhere in the world, according to a new report. Even people outside China aren't safe.
Man standing inside antenna testing room (© Jason Lee/Reuters)

Beijing could use 5G to further repress citizens

5G technology will have many benefits, but Beijing may use data to track and oppress people around the world, a U.S. government official says.