The U.S. House Intelligence Committee investigating Huawei and ZTE for security threats, is this a real concern or a political o
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The House of Representatives in opening an investigation into Chinese telecom equipment suppliers ZTE and Huawei over concerns that the networking equipment could let the Chinese spy on and interfere with telecommunications in the U.S. of A. Are they really concerned, or is this a pre-election "Red Scare" type of investigation?
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