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China Mobile: World’s Largest Telecom Can’t Access U.S. Market –For National Security Risks

National security concerns raised after jump in cyber attacks against US JUL 3, 2018 (BE2C2): The Trump administration has cited national security concerns to deny China Mobile entry into the US, dealing a blow to one of China’s biggest state-owned telecoms providers amid a looming trade war between the two countries. The National Telecommunications and Information Administration, part of the US Department of Commerce, said late on Monday it had recommended that the Federal Communications Commission block a 2011 application by China Mobile to offer telecoms services in the US.Read More


VIDEO: This Person Says “WE NEED ONE NARRATIVE” on All Major Issues

IRSHAD SALIM (May 16, 2018) — On May 3rd, I attended the World Freedom Day event organized by Karachi Media Club — its president Mubasher Mir and General Secretary Manzar Naqvi says it’s a media think-tank focused on Karachi as its ground zero and the whole country in its outreach program. However, with outer contours of its perspective touching every corner of the land, Mir says Karachi being a mini Pakistan because of its past, present and future ability to absorb huge economic immigration from upcountry of all cast, creed,Read More


‘Next War Between Rivals Will Be Cyber War, Country Stronger in Cyber Warfare Will Win’: Pak Experts

(PKONWEB Report) — National Security Adviser (NSA) Nasser Khan Janjua on Thursday emphasized the need to realize the gravity of cyber security threats, Radio Pakistan reported. He called upon experts to help the government secure cyber space. Speaking at a conference organized by the Pakistan Information Security Association (PISA) in Islamabad, Janjua said taking concrete steps to overcome cyber security challenges was the need of the hour. He said pertinent agencies needed to inspect cyber space to secure communications, financial and conventional set-ups from attacks. PISA president Ammar Jaffery saidRead More