Episode: How Huawei Employees Helped Governments Spy


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How Huawei Employees Helped Governments Spy

A Wall Street Journal investigation shows that employees of Huawei, the Chinese telecom company, helped the governments of African nations intercept the communications of political opponents. Josh Chin tells the story of how Huawei technicians helped governments crack down.



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