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How Australia led the US in its global war against Huawei

The Age Wednesday, 22 May 2019
The Australians had long harboured misgivings about Huawei in existing networks, but the 5G war game was a turning point.
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Chinese telecoms giant Huawei is a favorite bogeyman for the Trump administration over cybersecurity fears. But Australian intelligence services were lobbying allies over the perceived threat to 5G long before it was on the Americans' agenda. Cassell Bryan-Low and Matthew Larotonda report.

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