FCC Takes Steps Toward Squeezing Out Huawei, ZTE

FCC Funds Can No Longer Be Used to Buy Their Gear; Rip-and-Replace Plan Proposed
The FCC voted unanimously Friday to ban telecommunications companies from using FCC funds to buy equipment from Chinese manufacturers Huawei and ZTE because they pose a “national security threat.” Also under consideration is a plan to rip and replace equipment from the firms.

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