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> Unbelievable, IEEE is forced to ban Huawei employees from peer-reviewing papers or handling papers as editors.

twitter.com/qian_junhui/status

Update:

> IEEE Lifts Restriction on Huawei Employees

infosecurity-magazine.com/news

> "The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) has lifted a restriction on Huawei, meaning the firm’s employees can participate once again in reviewing and editing research papers."

> However, it’s not clear whether the lifting of the restriction will only last the duration of the 90-day temporary license recently issued to Huawei, which will allow US firms to continue to sell to the telecoms giant.

@superruserr Why does the IEEE have to comply with US rules? Is the US a major donor or something? Why don't they move their headquarters to Switzerland or some other regime that is known for not interfering with organizations?

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