Washington: The United States has proposed a ban on Chinese companies that manufacture CCTV cameras and surveillance equipment, calling them a security threat.
According to the foreign news agency, the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has decided to ban 5 Chinese companies manufacturing communication and surveillance equipment, declaring them a security threat, and soon these companies will be banned by the US. Will ban the product.
The companies that US regulators are seeking to ban include Huawei Technologies and four other electronics makers, including Hangzhou Hook Vision Digital Technology, ZTE and Dawa Technology, which have large-scale surveillance cameras. Used in US schools and government offices, however, the FCC has now declared them a security threat.
In a proposal to ban these companies, the FCC said that removing the authorization given to these devices could force these schools and other users to change their camera systems. However, the FCC has not yet set a date for the removal of the devices. Although the companies have denied the allegations. In 2018, Congress voted for federal agencies not to purchase equipment from five Chinese companies, and now the FCC is pushing for the same, and just last year, the FCC listed companies as security threats. Was compiled.