It looks like Huawei won’t stand it much longer. After a series of bans across the globe, Huawei is looking for some justice on US soil where the fiasco first began. According to two separate sources, the Chinese company will announce that it’s going to court with the US government by the end of the week.
Reportedly, the lawsuit will be filed in the Eastern District of Texas, where Huawei’s US headquarters are. The lawsuit will be all about the US government banning the use of Huawei’s equipment for the 5G infrastructure and the use of company’s smartphones by US officials.
The USA continues to argue that Huawei might be giving the Chinese government a backdoor. But since there is no solid evidence, for now, Huawei says that the government had no right to ban the use of Huawei’s equipment without a trial. The Constitution doesn’t allow Congress to pass such bills.