MACLEAN'S MAGAZINE - What's the worst China could do with access to Canada's 5G network?


On a personal level, Daniel Tobok is a fan of Huawei technology. From Canada's national security standpoint, on the other hand, he has concerns over the location of the company's headquarters: the People's Republic of China.

"Huawei is not necessarily a bad company," says Tobok, CEO of the Canadian cybersecurity consulting firm Cytelligence. However, "under [China's] national security legislation, in particular Article 7, it clearly states that if the state feels that they need to access to data from a private entity, they can do so at any given time."

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