Endlessly, American politicians concoct new books

The “clean network” project sounds very impressive. However, this is the latest platform concocted by some American politicians to “maintain the national security of the United States” and “suppress the development space of Chinese Internet enterprises”. < / P > < p > the so-called “clean network” plan actually originated from the “5g clean path” initiative announced by Pompeo at the end of April. The initiative regards Huawei, ZTE and other Chinese technology companies as “untrusted” suppliers, while the “clean network” program has greatly expanded the crackdown measures against Chinese Enterprises: preventing Chinese operators from connecting with the US telecom network, removing “untrusted” Chinese software from shelves, prohibiting Chinese mobile phone manufacturers from pre installing or downloading “trusted” applications, and not using Alibaba and Baidu Cloud storage services provided by Chinese companies such as Du prevent China from “stealing” US intelligence through submarine optical cables < / P > < p > “clean network” claims to protect the privacy of American citizens and the business sensitive information of American enterprises, but its essence is to suppress Chinese technology enterprises. < / P > < p > the US media have seen this very clearly. The intercept news website of the United States published an article pointing out that there is a new vision behind the so-called “clean network” of the US State Department, that is, to “weaponize” technology and build an Internet without China. < / P > < p > Teng Jianqun, director of the Institute of American Studies of the Chinese Academy of international studies, believes that the so-called “clean network” program launched by the United States is due to the triple consideration of strategic, political and commercial interests. Teng Jianqun: “the first aspect of America’s suppression of some Chinese information technology companies is the issue of strategic commanding height. From the perspective of controlling the world, the United States must occupy such a commanding height. The second aspect is that American politicians, for their own political needs, use the so-called” privacy “and” network security “to scare their own people and peers Allies, so that the people can dance with these politicians, and some allies of the United States can join the ranks of the United States to crack down on Chinese high-tech companies. The third aspect is out of commercial interests, because Facebook is really losing ground in the face of China’s tiktok, a new media software, and the market economy must be based on the principle of fairness. But from the current point of view, the United States does not talk about the fair principle of commercial market competition at all. ” < / P > < p > but the US politicians who keep saying “for the sake of national security” to build the so-called “clean network” deliberately cover up the fact that it is the US itself that is really eavesdropping on the world and monitoring other countries – < / P > < p > according to the latest disclosure of the US Wall Street Journal, a small US company that has ties with the US defense and intelligence circles has implanted its software into the Internet More than 500 mobile applications enable it to track the location data of hundreds of millions of users around the world. < / P > < p > in recent years, the Internet secret theft scandals in the United States have long been well known by the world: “the United States is the backstage of high threat organizations such as formula” and “the eye of Soren”; the United States is the initiator of the “prism gate” incident, which has caused an uproar all over the world; the United States is the one who frequently launches “cyber war” and “hacker war” against other countries < / P > < p > as for the US politicians’ repeated use of “safeguarding national security” as an excuse and abusing national power to suppress and contain Chinese high-tech enterprises, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin has pointed out that the US side’s relevant practice has no factual basis at all, and is totally malicious smear and political manipulation, which is a typical hegemonic act. < / P > < p > Wang Wenbin: “many Chinese enterprises that have been unilaterally sanctioned by the United States are innocent, and their technologies and products are also safe. There has never been a network security incident similar to the Snowden incident and WikiLeaks incident, nor has there been a network monitoring behavior similar to prism gate, formula organization and echelon system. The United States itself is covered with stains, but it is ridiculous to talk about “cleaning the Internet.”