De Volkskrant, referring to information from a secret report for 2010, published material incriminating Huawei of tapping subscribers of the Dutch cellular operator KPN Mobile. So, according to the source, the company could listen to the conversations of subscribers.
The authors of the material note that the Chinese manufacturer of equipment could eavesdrop on the conversations of all subscribers of the telecom operator, including the Prime Minister of the Netherlands, who held this position at that time. Among other things, Huawei had access to the telephone conversations of Chinese dissidents who were in the Netherlands.
It is noted that the cellular operator KPN itself resorted to using Huawei technologies in 2009. Subsequently, the company ordered a service from Capgemini to analyze any risks associated with Huawei. Apparently, the findings of the report received very confused the service provider, in connection with which it was classified.
“The continued existence of KPN Mobile is in grave danger, because work permits may be revoked or the government and businesses will express distrust of KPN if it becomes known that the Chinese government may eavesdrop on the company's subscribers,” – shared the source of the proposal contained in the classified report.
Now KPN denies this news and claims that these subscribers have never been abducted by Huawei from the networks. Huawei representatives did the same.
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