Huawei Chief Security Officer Says FCC Action Is 'Beyond the Pale'

Huawei Chief Security Officer Says FCC Action Is 'Beyond the Pale'

Andy Purdy, Huawei Technologies Co.'s chief security officer, discusses the Federal Communications Committee's decision to designate Huawei as a national security threat.
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