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What exactly is Huawei? What you need to know.
Get yourself up to speed on the race to own 5G, surveillance concerns and the vast reach of this $100 billion company.
American universities may be the target of espionage
The White House might consider banning Chinese citizens from doing sensitive research in the U.S.
Cayla, the connected doll, is a spy and must be destroyed
Parents who do not destroy the doll could face two years in jail and a fine of $26,500
Second theft of U.S. secrets likely won't hurt contractors
There'll be much scrutiny of the government's use of contractors, but we can't quit them now.
UK government's internet plans spark snooping fears
The government wants customers phone and web records available for one year.
Encryption and privacy are priorities for tech firms
Microsoft, Apple fight in court to protect emails abroad and mobile devices.
Is the NSA monitoring foreign hard drives?
Security experts say the scope of the hack suggests a state actor.
China and the U.S.: Who's spying on whom?
The New York Times' David Sanger on what government spies look for in 2014.
Reports: NSA spied on China telecom giant Huawei
Documents stolen by Edward Snowden reveal the NSA spied on Huawei
President Obama scales back NSA surveillance
In a speech today, President Obama spoke about changes to the NSA's programs. He called for an end to the NSA holding on to call data and aimed to find a balance.