Overseas online review: no winner in the cold war of science and technology

On August 5, local time, U.S. Secretary of state pompeio once again announced five new measures of the so-called “clean network” program, which are aimed at China’s operators, app stores, applications, cloud service systems, and optical cables. China’s Foreign Ministry responded to the latest US threat on August 6. Pompeio and other US politicians have repeatedly abused state power to suppress and contain China’s high-tech enterprises under the pretext of safeguarding national security. China firmly opposes this. In April this year, pompeio published the so-called “5g clean channel” plan, openly pressuring allies not to use the equipment of Chinese enterprises such as Huawei and ZTE in the construction of 5g network, calling the equipment produced by these enterprises “unreliable”. The so-called “clean network” plan put forward by pompeio this time comprehensively upgrades the “clean channel” plan previously proposed, with the intention of excluding all Chinese telecom operators, hardware manufacturers, application and cloud service providers, as well as network infrastructure supply and construction enterprises from the US communication network and Internet services, so as to promote the comprehensive “disengagement” of China in the digital field Hook “. Xiang Ligang, President of the information consumption alliance, believes that the so-called “clean network” program in the United States is essentially a “closed door” plan, which will seriously damage the interests of the American society, especially the interests of American high-tech companies, and is unlikely to be implemented. < p > < p > < p > < p > the “clean network” program has once again exposed the hypocrisy and double standards of American politicians. Whether pompeio accused wechat, tiktok and other mobile applications “infringing on the personal privacy of the American people”, or Alibaba, Baidu and other Chinese cloud service providers “stealing American intellectual property rights by using cloud technology”, or Huawei and other enterprises “stealing secrets by laying submarine cables to access the U.S. network”, are groundless political manipulation and smear. In fact, Chinese enterprises sanctioned by the United States have never had a network security incident similar to “Snowden incident” and “WikiLeaks”, nor has there been a network monitoring and monitoring behavior similar to “prism gate”, “equation organization” and “Echelon system”. On the contrary, it is the United States that uses its technological hegemony to extend eavesdropping and surveillance to all countries in the world, including its allies. What is the qualification of such a “hacker empire” covered with stains to talk about building a “clean network”? In the final analysis, it is only for the sake of political self-interest that American politicians push forward the “clean network” plan at the expense of the interests of American enterprises and overdraft of the international reputation of the United States. It is the political manipulation of the Chinese hardliners in the United States to push Sino US relations into the “new cold war”. All sorts of incitement, however, are contrary to the wishes of the majority of politicians. While American politicians are strongly advocating the exclusion of Chinese high-tech enterprises, Australian Prime Minister Morrison said that there is no need to take restrictive measures against tiktok at present. Brazilian vice president Mo Lang said that Brazil is not worried about the threat and pressure from the United States and will not prevent Huawei from participating in the 5g construction bidding in the country. Huawei has a lot of technology than other competitors.