What Germany’s new cyber security law means for Huawei, Europe, and NATO

I can’t see the US liking this…:

After two years of deliberation, at the end of 2020 Germany’s interior ministry finally released its long-awaited proposal on the role high-risk companies like Huawei will be allowed to play in rolling out Germany’s 5G networks. The cabinet minister in charge, Horst Seehofer, hailed the draft IT Security Law 2.0 as a “breakthrough for Germany’s cyber security”. But the issue of vendor security remains: Berlin appears to have no desire to ban any individual supplier outright from Germany’s 5G networks.

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