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Canada court ruling allows US extradition case of Huawei executive to proceed

Decision says Meng Wanzhou’s alleged actions in the US would be considered a crime in Canada, a key condition for extradition A Canadian judge has dealt a major blow to a senior Huawei executive’s attempts to evade extradition to the United States, ruling that the high-profile case against Meng Wanzhou can proceed.The British Columbia supreme court justice Heather Holmes ruled on Wednesday that the alleged actions of Meng would be considered a crime in Canada – a key condition for extradition to...
Tags: China, Americas, US, World news, US news, Canada, United States, Huawei, Heather Holmes, Columbia Supreme Court, Meng, Meng Wanzhou, Wanzhou


Canada court finds against Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou on double criminality; extradition trial to continue

In a closely-watched decision today, the Supreme Court of British Columbia published a key decision in the extradition case of Meng Wanzhou, the CFO of Huawei Technologies, China’s largest telecommunications company and a frequent target of U.S. policymakers. In its ruling, the court said that the case met the standard for “double criminality,” and thus the extradition hearing will be allowed to continue. That decision represents a major blow to Huawei, which had hoped to end the suit and bri...
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Huawei CFO Meng Loses Key Court Argument in Fight Against Extradition To United States

Huawei's Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou has lost a key aspect of the trial on her extradition to the United States, a Canadian court announced on Wednesday. From a report: Meng, a Chinese citizen, was arrested in December 2018 on a warrant issued by U.S. authorities, who accuse her of bank fraud and misleading HSBC about a Huawei-owned company's dealings with Iran, thereby breaking U.S. sanctions on Tehran. Meng's lawyers argued that the case should be thrown out because the alleged offenc...
Tags: Tech, Iran, Canada, United States, Hsbc, Huawei, Holmes, Heather Holmes, Meng, Wanzhou, Huawei CFO Meng Loses Key Court Argument, Tehran Meng, Columbia s Superior Court


The case to extradite Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou from Canada to the United States can continue, judge rules

The extradition case of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou will continue following a crucial ruling from Canadian judge Heather Holmes Wednesday.
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Meng Wanzhou: Huawei executive suffers US extradition blow

A Canadian court has ruled that the extradition hearing of Meng Wanzhou can continue.
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Extradition of Huawei Executive Clears a Major Legal Hurdle in Canada

A Vancouver court ruled that fraud charges against Meng Wanzhou in the United States would constitute a crime in Canada, opening the way for her extradition.
Tags: News, China, Canada, United States, Vancouver, Huawei, Extradition, Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, Meng Wanzhou


Not going Huawei just yet: UK ministers reportedly rethinking pledge to kick Chinese firm out of telco networks by 2023

Reality intrudes into politics and tech once again Cleansing Britain's phone networks of Huawei equipment by 2023 might not be possible, ministers are said to have realised after UK policy changes on the Chinese company in the last few weeks.…
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Meng Wanzhou: Key decision expected in extradition case

A Canadian court will decide whether the Huawei executive's case counts as "double criminality".
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Huawei CFO Meng's U.S. extradition case hinges on key ruling in Canada on Wednesday

A Canadian judge will rule Wednesday on a key aspect of Huawei Technologies Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou's extradition to the United States, with a favourable judgment seen as paving the way for the release of the Chinese executive after 18 months of house arrest.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Canada, United States, Huawei, Huawei Technologies, Meng, Wanzhou


Huawei CFO Meng to find out if a U.S extradition case against her will proceed

A top executive of Chinese tech giant Huawei is scheduled to learn Wednesday if a U.S extradition case against her can proceed. Canada arrested Meng Wanzhou, the daughter of Huawei’s founder, at Vancouver’s airport in late 2018. The U.S. wants her extradited to face fraud charges. Her arrest infuriated Beijing, which sees her case as a political move designed to prevent China’s rise.
Tags: News, China, Beijing, Canada, Vancouver, Huawei, Meng, Meng Wanzhou


Canadian Court to Rule on Extradition of Huawei Executive to United States

A Vancouver judge is expected to decide whether U.S. charges against Meng Wanzhou constitute a crime in Canada, a ruling that could open the way for her extradition.
Tags: News, China, Canada, United States, Vancouver, Huawei, Extradition, Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, Meng Wanzhou


What happens next in Huawei CFO's U.S. extradition case

A Canadian judge will rule Wednesday on a key aspect of Huawei Technologies Co Ltd's [HWT.UL] Chief Financial Officer Meng Wanzhou's extradition to the United States. The judge will rule on double criminality, meaning whether the charges against Meng were illegal in both Canada and the United States at the time of her December 2018 arrest.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Canada, United States, Huawei, Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, Meng, Wanzhou


Timeline: Key events in Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou's extradition case

A Canadian judge will rule Wednesday on a key aspect of Huawei Technologies Co Ltd's Chief Financial Officer [HWT.UL] Meng Wanzhou's extradition to the United States. The judge will rule on double criminality, meaning whether the charges against Meng were illegal in both Canada and the United States at the time of her December 2018 arrest.
Tags: Money, businessNews, Canada, United States, Huawei, Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, Meng, Wanzhou


Canada court decision could end 'Huawei Princess' extradition saga

A Canadian judge will deliver a key decision Wednesday on the extradition of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou that could set her free and help repair Canada-China relations. Four days of legal arguments in January focused on whether US charges against the "Huawei Princess" would stand up in Canada, a key test for extradition. Prosecutors accused her of committing fraud by lying to a US bank, which is a crime in both Canada and the United States.
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Huawei CFO Meng to find out if her fraud case will proceed

A top executive of Chinese tech giant Huawei is scheduled to learn Wednesday if a U.S extradition case against her can proceed. Canada arrested Meng Wanzhou, the daughter of Huawei’s founder, at Vancouver’s airport in late 2018. British Columbia Supreme Court Justice Heather Homes is scheduled to rule if the allegations against Meng in the U.S. would also be a crime in Canada if committed here.
Tags: News, Canada, Vancouver, Huawei, Meng, Meng Wanzhou, Columbia Supreme Court Justice Heather Homes


Equity Morning: Remote work startup fundings galore, plus a major court decision

Good morning and welcome back to TechCrunch’s Equity Monday, a brief jumpstart for your week. This is a messed-up edition, because we are both hosting Equity Monday on Tuesday (because that makes sense) and our normal host Alex Wilhelm is on vacation, leaving (editor’s note: poor and massively underpaid) managing editor Danny Crichton to wake up early on the first day of the workweek to talk to himself in front of a microphone. Here’s what we (okay I) talked about this morning: We talked a...
Tags: Apple, Fundings & Exits, Startups, Verizon, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, UK, Podcasts, Tech, World, Huawei, Equity, British Columbia, Alex Wilhelm, Danny Crichton, Hans Vestberg


Trump and friends: Where European countries come down on Huawei

Deadline to beef up 5G security rules shows which capitals tally with US administration on Chinese gear.
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IDC: Huawei Toppled Apple From China's Tablet Market Top Spot in First Quarter

Apple lost its top spot to Huawei in the Chinese tablet market in the first quarter of 2020 as the health crisis battered local sales, according to a new report today (via South China Morning Post). China's tablet shipments plunged 30 per cent in the first quarter compared to the same period last year, based on data from research firm IDC. Huawei was the only brand to see positive year-on-year growth, up 4.3 per cent in the quarter ended March 31 to 1.5 million units. The Chinese electronics...
Tags: Apple, China, Lenovo, Huawei, Idc, South China, IDC Huawei, Apple Xiaomi Microsoft


The UK is reviewing Huawei's role in its 5G network again, and it's a new sign it could still cave to US pressure

The UK defied pressure from the Trump administration in January by announcing it would allow Huawei to build "non-core" parts of its 5G network.
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The UK is reviewing Huawei's role in its 5G network again, and it's a new sign it could still cave to US pressure

The UK will again review Huawei's role in building out its 5G mobile infrastructure after new US sanctions were announced earlier in May. Huawei had been given a limited role in providing kit for the UK's networks, in defiance of US pressure.  Reports also emerged this weekend that UK prime minister Boris Johnson will announce he will cut Huawei's role in the UK's network to zero by 2023. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The UK looks like it might cave to US pressure to dit...
Tags: UK, US, Trends, Bbc, Britain, Boris Johnson, Johnson, Huawei, Trump, Victor Zhang, NCSC, Tom Tugendhat, Huawei Britain, Zhang Conservative


10 things in tech you need to know today

Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Tuesday. The UK will review the role of China's Huawei in its 5G networks. Huawei had been given a limited role in providing equipment for the superfast mobile network, but that could now change. Australia's Covidsafe app has faded into insignificance just one month after launch. The contact tracing app reportedly only helped identify one person with Covid-19 and has diminished in importance as the country's economy re-opens, according ...
Tags: South Korea, UK, Australia, China, US, Trends, Tesla, Bill Gates, Las Vegas, North America, Huawei, Qihoo, Alexa, Oban, Amazon Alexa, Derbyshire England


Huawei: What would happen if the UK ditched the Chinese firm?

Officials are taking another look into Huawei, but the Chinese firm warns against a 5G ban.
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Security officials launch review of Huawei's involvement in Britain's 5G network

Security officials have launched a review of Huawei's involvement in Britain's 5G network in the wake of US sanctions. Following the recent announcement that America would place additional laws on the telecommunications giant, the UK Government confirmed that the National Cyber Security Centre was “looking carefully at any impact they could have to the UK’s networks.” It comes after this newspaper revealed that Boris Johnson intended to reduce Huawei’s involvement in Britain’s 5G network...
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Fresh UK review into Huawei role in 5G networks

The National Cyber Security Centre involvement follows new US sanctions on the Chinese telecoms giant.
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UK May Drop Huawei From Planned 5G Networks

An anonymous reader quotes the Guardian: The National Cyber Security Agency in the UK is expected to conclude that U.S. sanctions against Huawei will make it impossible to use the Chinese company's technology as planned for 5G networks. The emergency review, announced on Sunday, is designed to pave the way for Downing Street to push for the total elimination of Huawei equipment in British phone networks by 2023 and quell a Conservative backbench revolt. That move will amount to a hasty reversa...
Tags: UK, White House, China, Tech, Downing Street, Huawei, National Cyber Security Agency, China Whitehall


Boris Johnson is set to shrink Huawei's role in building Britain's 5g network in a victory for the Trump administration

Boris Johnson is set to reduce Huawei's role in developing UK 5g, according to multiple reports. The UK prime minister is expected to commit to eliminating Huawei's role altogether by 2023. A growing number of MPs in Johnson's Conservative party want him to scrap the current deal, which would see the Chinese telecoms firm have a 35% market share by 2023. There is anger in the Conservative party over Beijing's handling of the coronavirus outbreak. The Trump administration is also opposed the de...
Tags: UK, China, US, Trends, Conservative, Beijing, Britain, House Of Commons, The Guardian, Boris Johnson, Parliament, Johnson, Conservative Party, Huawei, Trump, State


China Roundup: A blow to US-listed Chinese firms and TikTok’s new global face

Hello and welcome back to TechCrunch’s China Roundup, a digest of recent events shaping the Chinese tech landscape and what they mean to people in the rest of the world. It’s been a tumultuous week for Chinese tech firms abroad: Huawei’s mounting pressure from the U.S., a big blow to U.S.-listed Chinese firms, and TikTok’s high-profile new boss. China tech abroad Further decoupling Over the years, American investors have been pumping billions of dollars into Chinese firms listed in the U.S., f...
Tags: TC, Asia, Hong Kong, Europe, China, Disney, US, Tech, Beijing, Alibaba, Xiaomi, Vodafone, SEC, Alibaba Group, Baidu, Huawei


In About-Face, UK Will Not Allow Huawei to Be Involved in Any Part of Its 5G Networks

It appears the UK wants Chinese telecommunications company Huawei as far away from its 5G network as possible. In an about-face, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has told officials to create plans to reduce Huawei’s involvement in the country’s 5G networks to zero by 2023.Read more...
Tags: UK, Science, Technology, China, Boris Johnson, Huawei, 5g, Coronavirus


UK government reverses course on Huawei’s involvement in 5G networks

Conservative members of the United Kingdom’s government have pushed Prime Minister Boris Johnson to draw up plans to remove telecom equipment made by the Chinese manufacturer Huawei from the nation’s 5G networks by 2023, according to multiple reports. The decision by Johnson, who wanted Huawei’s market share in the nation’s telecommunications infrastructure capped at 35 percent, brings the UK back into alignment with the position Australia and the United States have taken on Huawei’s involvement...
Tags: TC, UK, Australia, China, Defense, US, Tech, Companies, Britain, United States, Telecommunications, United Kingdom, New York Times, The Guardian, Chinese communist party, Boris Johnson


Reports: UK to cut Huawei’s involvement in 5G network

Boris Johnson wants to reduce Chinese tech giant’s involvement in building network to zero by 2023, according to British media.
Tags: UK, News, Boris Johnson, Huawei