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CSE defends network security as Tories press on Huawei concerns

News | 09/20/2018 8:51 pm EDT

OTTAWA — Officials from Canada’s cyber-spy agency defended the security of Canada’s telecommunications systems and allowing Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd equipment to operate on them, as MPs pressed whether Canada should follow other Five Eyes allies and restrict the Chinese company’s technology.

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