Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Has Harper Government sold out to China?

The Harper government has agreed to an establishment of a Telecommunications Company, Huawei, in Canada. Security experts in both Canada and the US are very concerned as China is known to spy through telecommunications.

Both the US and Australia had refused to China to make such an arrangement because of security concerns. However it looks it did not bother Harper government.

“The former head of U.S. counter-espionage says the Harper government is putting North American security at risk by allowing a giant Chinese technology company to participate in major Canadian telecommunications projects.”

“Even Canada's own intelligence agencies have warned the Harper government of the risks of throwing open the door to Chinese telecom companies.” CBC, The National

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