profishingrods.com
profishingrods.com March 25, 2019


Poland arrests Chinese businessman suspected of spying

13 January 2019, 12:46 | Devin Moran

The arrest in Poland is the latest setback for Huawei following the arrest of the group's CFO in Canada last monthMore

The arrest in Poland is the latest setback for Huawei following the arrest of the group's CFO in Canada last monthMore

In a coordinated arrest, police also detained a Polish citizen named Piotr D. - a former Internal Security Agency official who now works for the telecom Orange Polska, according to Poland's TVP Info, which first reported the story.

"We will be in touch with Polish authorities for further information", said spokeswoman Maja Kocijancic.

It has also become involved in the US-China trade dispute after the arrest last month of chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou. In New Zealand, the Government Communications Security Bureau turned down Spark's bid to use Huawei equipment on the new 5G network in November. "The homes of both men, also in Warsaw, were also searched, according to [Internal Security Agency] spokesman Stanislaw Zaryn".

Internal Security Agency officers have searched the headquarters of Huawei's Polish branch and the offices of the Orange telecommunications corporation, where the Polish suspect worked after leaving the agency, TVP Info said.

China's foreign ministry reportedly said it was "greatly concerned" by the arrest, while Huawei said it was aware of the situation.

Huawei had ambitious plans in Europe to roll out next-generation "5G" mobile networks.

Huawei rotating chairman Guo Ping in late December complained that his company was being subjected to "incredibly unfair treatment".

Both people "carried out espionage activities against Poland", a Polish government official told the AP.




Following her arrest, two Canadians, diplomat Michael Kovrig and entrepreneur Michael Spavor, were detained in China on grounds of national security, in what has largely been seen as retaliation for the case.

The agency did not immediately respond to Reuters' requests for a response to the reports.

Any decision by Western governments over whether to exclude Huawei from their markets would have to consider the possible impact on the speed and cost of 5G development, analysts say.

Huawei is one of the "tech" champions in China, and one of the more popular Chinese companies overseas.

Wara said that Norway shares "the same concerns as the United States and Britain" with regards to espionage projects contracted on "private and state actors in Norway".

"As we start 2019, it is time for a change", Bradley said in the post. Past year the company said it had signed memorandums of understanding for 5G equipment with 45 operators in Asia, Europe and North America.

A senior Huawei Canada executive who served as the public face of the Chinese firm in this country since 2011 is parting ways with the Shenzen company as it faces growing problems around the world.



Other News

Trending Now

CES 2019: HTC brings Vive Pro Eye and Vive Cosmos VR headsets
According to General Director of HTC America, Dan O'brien (Dan O'brien), this technology adds versatility to a new headset. Whether you're new to VR or familiar, a fantastic voyage awaits.

Megyn Kelly Finalizes Multi-Million Dollar Contract Settlement With NBC
The backlash to Kelly was swift and immediate, exceeding the outrage she generated for her remarks years ago about Santa's race. But when those stories began to fade, Kelly had trouble attracting an audience in the soft-focus world of morning television.

Italy and Poland want 'new spring' in Europe - Salvini
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban speaks during the weekly government news conference in Budapest, Hungary, January 10, 2019. He voiced hopes that the Polish and Italian governments can play a guiding role in a European nationalist surge.

Dave Grohl Suffers A Beer-Related Mishap At The Joint
As Spin reported, Grohl was passed a can of beer by a fan during a guitar solo, which he downed, and then fell off the stage. It looks like Dave Grohl may have had a little too much fun during his show in Las Vegas on Wednesday night (January 9).

Sarri calls January exit for Willian ‘impossible’ amid Barcelona links
Chelsea have scored the least goals (36) out of the top six and it's Willian's contribution that's most concerning. Barcelona are reportedly preparing a second transfer bid for Chelsea attacker Willian .

Body Fat May Affect Your Brain Volume, Study Says
After using a tape measure to calculate people's waist-to-hip ratio, scientists put them in MRI scanners to look at their brains. A limitation of the study was that only 5% of those invited to participate ended up taking part, the researchers pointed out.

Resident Evil 2 demo coming Thursday, on a timer
During that timeframe, players can download the demo and experience a playable slice of the full game starring Leon Kennedy. The release of the Resident Evil 2 remake is creeping closer and closer, and soon you'll get a taste of the action.

Elon Musk's SpaceX To Slash 10 Percent Of Staff
It reduced nine percent of its workforce, thus removing several thousand jobs across the company in cost reduction measures. Elon Musk just gave us a look at the first test version of SpaceX's Starship.

Mysterious repeating radio signal is detected from far outside our galaxy
Importantly, the known population of repeating FRBs is now more than one, so we know that FRB 1211012 wasn't some kind of anomaly. Moreover, the CHIME scientists , in this study suggest that FRBs are more common than our current technology is able to reflect.

GoFundMe Border Wall Guy: We're Building It Ourselves
Air Force veteran Brian Kolfage , 37, created the campaign, dubbed " We The People Will Fund The Wall ", last month. Despite the scrutiny, Kolfage remains unbowed.