U.S. lists Reliance Jio among companies that are becoming “Clean Telcos”

The United States having said that they are rejecting doing business with “tools of the Chinese Communist Party’s surveillance state, like Huawei”, have listed Reliance Jio among the companies that are becoming “Clean Telcos”.  

In a statement issued, the U.S. State Department said, “Some of the largest telecom companies around the globe are also becoming “Clean Telcos”. Orange in France, Jio in India, Telstra in Australia, SK and KT in South Korea, NTT in Japan, and O2 in the United Kingdom are rejecting doing business with tools of the Chinese Communist Party’s surveillance state, like Huawei.” 

As per the U.S. State Department, Clean Network is a comprehensive effort by an alliance of like-minded nations and companies that ensures security of their critical telecommunications, mobile apps, Internet of Things, cloud, data analytics and 5G technologies from “malign actors” by their dependence on only trusted vendors who are not subject to unjust or extra-judicial control by authoritarian governments such as the Chinese Communist Party. 

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