FCC Adds China Unicom and PacNet/ComNet to List of National Security Threats

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) added equipment and services from two China-based companies to its Covered List of communications equipment and services that have been deemed a threat to U.S. national security.
China Unicom and Pacific Network/ComNet were added to the list following a recommendation from security agencies, according to a statement released by the FCC on Sept. 20.
“Today we take another critical step to protect our communications networks from foreign national security threats,” said FCC Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel in the statement. “Earlier this year the FCC revoked China Unicom America’s and PacNet/ComNet’s authorities to provide service in the United States because of the national security risks they posed to communications in the United States.”…

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