Chinese cybersecurity law is a ‘loaded weapon,’ senior US official says

By |februar 27th, 2019|5G, Barcelona, Ciaran Martin, Cybersecurity, data protection, David Redl, EU, Europe, Huawei, Mobile World Congress, MWC19, News, Privacy, Ren Zhengfei, Spain, US-China relations, US-China trade war, Vincent Pang|

China’s cybersecurity law allows the state to conduct foreign espionage projects, and its legislation is comparable to a “loaded gun” that the rest of the world should not want to stand in front of, a senior US official told EURACTIV on Wednesday (26 February). But Chinese officials were adamant that this was not the case.