Hague: A brand new revelation has now emerged that Chinese language telecom gear provider Huawei was in a position to monitor all calls made on one of many Netherlands’ largest cell phone networks, based on a confidential report seen by the Dutch newspaper De Volkskrant, as reported by The Guardian.
The report, made for KPN by the Capgemini consultancy agency in 2010, concluded that the Chinese language firm may have been monitoring the calls of the supplier’s 6.5m customers with out the Dutch firm’s information, based on the newspaper report as quoted by The Guardian.
Conversations that Huawei workers within the Netherlands and China may have monitored included calls made by the then prime minister, Jan Peter Balkenende, and Chinese language dissidents, the report claimed.
Whereas KPN acknowledged the existence of the report, it stated on Monday it had “by no means noticed that Huawei took shopper data”, including that none of its suppliers had “unauthorised, uncontrolled or limitless entry to our networks and programs”, experiences the newspaper.
Huawei, nevertheless, rejected the claims.
“We have now by no means been accused by authorities our bodies of performing in an unauthorised manner,” it stated as quoted by The Guardian.