Huawei Ban: complete chronology on how and why its phones have been banned

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Huawei is doing some of the biggest waves in the wireless industry right now. It is the first telecommunications provider in the world and the number 2 smartphone maker. Yet it is a pariah in several countries, including the United States, to the point that the FBI reported having created a sting at CES 2019.

The Chinese telecommunications giant may have encountered its biggest problem in 2019. At the end of January it saw the United States Department of Justice unsealed charges that included 23 counts concerning the alleged theft of intellectual property, obstruction of justice and fraud related to his alleged evasion of US sanctions against Iran.

The central issue with Huawei has been the concern about its intimacy with the Chinese government and fears that its equipment can be used to spy on other countries and companies. That is why the Companies banned in the United States from the use of Huawei network equipment in 2012 and the company was added to the United States Department of Commerce's List of Industry and Security Entities on May 15, following an executive order by President Donald Trump that effectively banned Huawei from US communications networks.


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In the last few months, c & # 39; was a resumption of control of Huawei, with a number of countries prohibiting the use of its network equipment. That's why it is smartphones are practically invisible in the United States despite its massive presence throughout the world.

Huawei, for its part, has long denied any wrongdoing and continues to maintain its innocence through recent accusations.

It can be difficult to keep up with the huge number of titles, so let's put what happened in 2018 and 2019 into a timeline at hand. We have included the 2019 events first, with 2018 below if you want to learn more.

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2019

January 3, 2019: A report suggests that President Trump could use an executive order to ban the purchases of Huawei and ZTE.

January 4, 2019: The senators introduce a bipartisan bill to address concerns about Chinese technology companies.

January 8, 2019: Huawei fights to stay in the US with laptop and tablet at CES.

11 January 2019: In Poland, a Huawei employee he gets arrested alleged espionage. Three days later, Huawei ransack that employee.

January 18, 2019: China claims that a Canadian ban on Huawei's 5G technology will trigger "repercussions".

January 23, 2019: According to the report, Huawei's financial director could face a formal extradition in the United States.

January 24, 2019: Huawei says it will take the crown of the smartphone from Samsung by 2020.

January 25, 2019: Reportedly, colleges eliminate Huawei equipment to appease the Trump administration. In addition, Huawei says it will reveal a folding phone with 5G in February.

January 29, 2019: Hammer USA Huawei with 23 charges for alleged theft and fraud trade secrets.

January 30, 2019: Qualcomm reaches a provisional license agreement with Huawei.

February 4, 2019: A report says the FBI broke into a Huawei lab and created a sting at CES. Furthermore, two staff members of the company were expelled from Denmark after a work permit inspection.

February 6, 2019: US State Department discourages European countries from the use of Huawei equipment in their 5G implementations.

February 17, 2019: Reportedly, the United Kingdom believes that Huawei's use in 5G is a manageable risk.

February 19, 2019: Huawei's founder, Ren Zhengfei says the BBC "This is no way for the United States to crush us."

20-21 February 2019: ren says his daughter's arrest, the company's CFO, was "politically motivated and the US treats 5G as a" military "technology.

February 21, 2019: Secretary of State Mike Pompeo states that countries that use Huawei technology pose a risk to the United States.

February 22, 2019: Reportedly, Italian politicians push for the ban on Huawei 5G.

February 24, 2019: Huawei unveils comrade X foldable phone.

February 25, 2019: Huawei could face a ban on solar technology in the United States.

February 26, 2019: Samsung and Huawei resolve the 2-year patent dispute.

February 28, 2019: Chinese children literally praise Huawei in the surreal video.

March 1, 2019: An extradition audition for Huawei's CFO get the go-ahead from Canada and the United States warns the Philippines against the use of Huawei 5G.

March 5, 2019: Huawei calls reportedly for international computer security standards.

March 8, 2019: Huawei sues the US government beyond its equipment ban.

March 12, 2019: According to reports from the United States tells Germany to abandon Huawei or will limit the sharing of intelligence. Huawei Mate 20 hits 10 million shipped.

March 14, 2019: Huawei is developing their own operating system in case you can't use Android or Windows, the report says.

March 15, 2019: CFO of Huawei he wanted to stop before the arrest, according to the founder of the company.

March 19, 2019: Angela Merkel rejects US pressure to stop Huawei from launching 5G in Germany.

March 26, 2019: Huawei launches the P30 and P30 Pro in Paris.

March 28, 2019: The British watchdog warns that Huawei products represent "significantly increased risk".

March 29, 2019: Huawei slams the United States to have "the attitude of a loser" because its technology cannot compete.

April 4, 2019: Huawei sets new goals surpass Samsung and Apple and MIT the connections of severs with Huawei and ZTE due to US investigations.

April 8: Huawei is "open" a selling its 5G chips to Apple, the report says.

April 9: According to reports from the United States no longer requires a Huawei ban in Germany.

April 11th: Google and Huawei will do it pay the owners of Nexus 6P for bootloop problems in a class action.

April 21st: The CIA he says reportedly Huawei is funded by the security of the Chinese state.

April 24: Britain will be reported allow Huawei limited access at the 5G infrastructure. A few days later, China pushes Britain to allow Huawei to participate in the 5G rollout.

April 30: Vodafone found hidden backdoors in Huawei equipment, according to a report.

May 1: Huawei hits a 50% growth in telephone sales and reportedly has a 8K 5G TV in process for after this year.

May 2: A loss of Huawei asks for dismissal by the British defense minister Gavin Williamson.

May 3: countries draft 5G security proposals as the US warns again of Huawei's threat.

May 8: Rollout 5G could face a delay in the United Kingdom for Huawei's investigations.

May 15: trump effectively prohibited Huawei with a national security order, a day later rumors mentioned.

May 16th Huawei says the US ban "will damage significantly" American works and companies.

May 19: Google cut Huawei phones from future Android updates.

May, 20th: Huawei gets a temporary respite from the US trade ban, the report says.

May 21st: Huawei, apparently, wants its app store to compete with Google.

may 22: Reportedly, the Arm chip designer the staff says is suspending business with Huawei.


2018

January 9, 2018: At the Consumer Electronics Show, Huawei's CEO Richard Yu faces the loss of AT & T support.

February 13, 2018: Director of the FBI Chris Wray warns against purchase of Huawei and ZTE phones.

March 22, 2018: Huawei loses Best Buy as a retail partner.

May 2, 2018: The Pentagon prohibits the sale of Huawei and ZTE phones on US military bases.

June 6, 2018: A report reveals that Facebook has given Huawei special access to user data.

June 7, 2018: Congress call Google beyond its ties with Huawei.

11 July 2018: Australia says it will prohibit Huawei from the 5G rollout amid security concerns.

July 19, 2018: Huawei goes through 100 million shipments score for the year to date.

August 1, 2018: By blocking Apple, Huawei becomes the number 2 phone seller.

September 5, 2018: In a Senate hearing on Facebook and Twitter, Huawei and ZTE are recalled.

September 7, 2018: Huawei is caught cheating on a telephone benchmark test.

October 18, 2018: Huawei has problems with the US startup CNEX Labs for technology theft.

December 5, 2018: The British BT says it will take away the Huawei equipment from the 4G network by 2021 and will not use it in the 5G core.

December 6, 2018: Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou is arrested in Canada at the request of the United States.

December 7, 2018: Reuters reports that Japan will stop buying Huawei, ZTE equipment.

12 December 2018: A Canadian court grants a $ 10 million bail to Huawei's CFO.

December 24, 2018: Huawei exceeds 200 million smartphone shipments.

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