Donald Trump’s national security counsellor has given a critical admonition to Canada about Chinese telecom mammoth Huawei, saying Ottawa should dismiss the company’s arrangement to convey its 5G organize in light of the fact that the innovation would be utilized as a “Trojan’s horse” to undermine national security.
As Canada allows Huawei’s 5G to participate in the forthcoming 5G network about which a highly reputed security officer from the United States warns. Moreover, it also required the arrival of two Canadians kept in China in the wake of a conciliatory spat including the IT industries.
Talking at the Halifax International Security Forum, U.S. President Donald Trump’s national security guide Robert O’Brien said, “You get Huawei into Canada or any other Western nation, they’re going to know every health record, every banking record, every social media post.”
“What the Chinese are doing makes Facebook and Google resemble a piece of cake, similar to gathering data on people.”
The national security counsellor, who was named to the activity in September, says the fallout from such an interruption into individual information would affect the participation in Canada in the Five Eyes Alliance, which involves the knowledge organizations for Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States.