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Andrew Toig

Andrew Toig

law student
  • there are a few repeated misunderstandings in this comments read that I would like to address.

    First, foreign corporations absolutely have the right to sue or be sued in United States courts. The fact that it before incorporation has no impact on it standing. It would just need to show that it has been

    there are a few repeated misunderstandings in this comments read that I would like to address.

    First, foreign corporations absolutely have the right to sue or be sued in United States courts. The fact that it before incorporation has no impact on it standing. It would just need to show that it has been hard in a manner that is legally redressable.

    second, the allegations against Huawei are not that they would be spying on individual Americans. The issue is that the company has been alleged to be to varying extends under the control of the Chinese government. Accordingly, the Chinese government could (according to US allegations) order or otherwise induce Huawei to transfer, alter, or otherwise interfere with sensitive United States data, specifically relating to government or military functions. Since they are equipment would form the backbone of the network, this could be done on a much larger scale and with much greater efficiency than the NSA hacking that has been referenced.