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Russian Firm Dodging U.S. Questions on ‘Putin’s Chef’ Ties

Russian Firm Dodging U.S. Questions on ‘Putin’s Chef’ Ties

The only Russian entity that has responded to U.S. charges of meddling in the 2016 presidential election could be held in contempt of court in Washington for not answering subpoenas ahead of its April
Spying and Hacking: Businessman Battles Emirate at Trial

Spying and Hacking: Businessman Battles Emirate at Trial

What began as a legal dispute over a hotel has unfolded in a London courtroom in recent weeks into an extraordinary tale of royal intrigue, one that includes allegations of global undercover spying
Trump’s Huawei Demands Risk Splintering NATO Support

Trump’s Huawei Demands Risk Splintering NATO Support

The alliance is being hectored by the leader of the superpower that founded it.
EU Considers Sanctions Against Chinese, Russian Groups Over Hacking

EU Considers Sanctions Against Chinese, Russian Groups Over Hacking

The European Union may target a Russian and a Chinese entity, as well as several individuals, with sanctions over cyber attacks, adding to signs of increasing alarm in the bloc over network security.
Rebel Tories Refuse to Let Boris Johnson Off the Hook Over Huawei

Rebel Tories Refuse to Let Boris Johnson Off the Hook Over Huawei

Rebel politicians in Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party are piling pressure on the prime minister to reverse his decision to allow Huawei Technologies Co. to help build the U.K.’s next-generation
Trump Attacked Boris Johnson Over Huawei in Heated Phone Call

Trump Attacked Boris Johnson Over Huawei in Heated Phone Call

Donald Trump berated Boris Johnson during a heated phone call, after the British prime minister rejected the U.S. president’s request to ban Huawei Technologies Co. from its next-generation broadband
Senators Fault Obama for Weak Response on Russian Meddling

Senators Fault Obama for Weak Response on Russian Meddling

Former President Barack Obama’s administration wasn’t “well-postured” to counter Russian meddling in the 2016 election once evidence of the interference surfaced, the Senate Intelligence Committee
One Thing’s for Sure About Iowa—New Hampshire Is Next

One Thing’s for Sure About Iowa—New Hampshire Is Next

Instead of clarifying anything for the Democratic nomination, it did the opposite.
Barr Rips China’s Dominance of 5G Technology as Major Threat

Barr Rips China’s Dominance of 5G Technology as Major Threat

The U.S. should urgently consider whether to enter into partnerships with companies of allied nations to counter the threat posed by China’s dominance of emerging 5G technology, Attorney General
FBI Says It Still Can’t Access Data on Florida Shooter’s iPhone

FBI Says It Still Can’t Access Data on Florida Shooter’s iPhone

The FBI has reconstructed an iPhone belonging to the shooter behind the December Naval Air Station attack in Pensacola, Florida, but still can’t access the encrypted data on the device, Director
Boris Johnson Faces Challenge From His Own Tory Side on Huawei

Boris Johnson Faces Challenge From His Own Tory Side on Huawei

For the third time in two weeks, Conservative politicians put Prime Minister Boris Johnson through some tough questioning over Huawei Technologies Co., a sign he could yet face battles over his plan
Iowa Caucus Meltdown Tied to Democrats’ Little-Tested App

Iowa Caucus Meltdown Tied to Democrats’ Little-Tested App

The breakdown in reporting results from Iowa’s Democratic caucuses appears tied to failures in a mobile application that wasn’t ready for the load of a statewide election and which the head of the
Huawei, ZTE Fight to Stay Off Blacklist, as U.S. Firms Fear Ban

Huawei, ZTE Fight to Stay Off Blacklist, as U.S. Firms Fear Ban

Chinese telecommunications gearmaker ZTE Corp. has asked the Federal Communications Commission to keep it off a list of companies that can’t sell equipment to subsidized U.S. carriers because they are
Asia’s Governments Struggle to Crack Down on Virus Rumors

Asia’s Governments Struggle to Crack Down on Virus Rumors

Mounting anxiety surrounding the coronavirus epidemic has governments in Asia scrambling to tamp down on social media falsehoods that may fuel fear and lead to a breakdown in security or spread of
Lindsey Graham Proposal Could Expose Apple, Facebook to Lawsuits

Lindsey Graham Proposal Could Expose Apple, Facebook to Lawsuits

Senator Lindsey Graham, a top Trump ally, is targeting giant internet platforms with a child protection measure that could threaten tech companies’ use of encryption and a liability exemption they
Israel Power Plants Have Fended Off Cyber Attacks, Minister Says

Israel Power Plants Have Fended Off Cyber Attacks, Minister Says

Israel’s energy infrastructure has had to defend itself against several serious cyber attacks, the most recent only a few months ago, Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz said on Wednesday.
Pompeo Heads to Ukraine With Bolton Book Rocking Senate Trial

Pompeo Heads to Ukraine With Bolton Book Rocking Senate Trial

Secretary of State Michael Pompeo travels to Ukraine this week to persuade the country that U.S. support remains undiminished in the wake of the impeachment saga. President Donald Trump’s continued
U.K. Still Wary of China Hacking Threat After Limiting Huawei Access

U.K. Still Wary of China Hacking Threat After Limiting Huawei Access

The U.K.’s cyber security watchdog has made clear the threat of being hacked by China remains, but probably not via Huawei Technologies Co.
Huawei Poised to Get Go-Ahead for U.K.’s 5G Networks Tuesday

Huawei Poised to Get Go-Ahead for U.K.’s 5G Networks Tuesday

Boris Johnson is preparing to defy President Trump’s demand to ban Huawei Technologies Co. from the U.K.’s fifth-generation telecommunications networks, in a decision that risks an angry backlash from
Huawei Gets Reprieve as Trump Aides Disagree on Restrictions

Huawei Gets Reprieve as Trump Aides Disagree on Restrictions

A U.S. proposal to further restrict sales to China-based Huawei Technologies Co. has encountered objections within the Trump administration and is being held up as officials debate whether the step