The U.S. government's policy of discouraging companies from buying critical telecom infrastructure from China is part of a protectionist plan to integrate military and private networks and gain access to a "veritable gold mine" of information from American citizens, claims John Suffolk, the head of global cybersecurity at Huawei and a former top British technology official. In a recent blog post, Suffolk took aim at the Obama administration's investigation into collusion between Chinese industry and military intelligence and criticized the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act, saying it legitimizes domestic spying by the U.S. government.

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