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Chinese company Huawei has accused the US government of interfering with its networks and harassing employees.

The allegations will prove to be a new factor in the escalation of the ongoing dispute between the United States and Huawei, as US officials believe the Chinese government is using the company for espionage, while it is repeatedly denied by the company.

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In a statement released this week, Huawei said, “The US government is trying to influence the normal business operations of Huawei and its partners by using illegal means, including judicial and administrative powers.” ‘.

Similar charges have been made by the company in the past, but this time there are some new things to say, such as the US trying to hack into the company’s internal information systems. The statement did not provide further details such as the extent to which these attacks were successful.

Huawei claims that company employees are being harassed by law enforcement agencies and their homes are being raided. The statement came after the Wall Street Journal reported last week that the US Department of Justice is investigating allegations of theft of smartphone camera patents on the company.

However, in full suspension of the ban, the Chinese company was issued a temporary license for 90 days, giving Huawei an opportunity to update their Android phones. The temporary license expired on August 19, but US Commerce Secretary Wilbur Russo once again spoke to Fox Business and announced the issuance of a temporary license for 90 days, which expires November 19.

Last week, a Google spokeswoman said that a temporary license to release Huawei’s US sanctions would not apply to this company’s new product and could potentially result in the Google Play Store, Google Apps, and licenses in the Mate 30 series. Can’t use the Android operating system.

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