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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Zhu Jinyun
Equipment made by China's two leading telecom companies and used in many global communication networks has unusual and unexplained features which could expose them to cyberattack, including by Chinese intelligence agencies, congressional leaders said Thursday.
"What they have been calling 'backdoors' are actually bugs in the software," he said.
He also said ZTE has appointed an American citizen to be an independent director and member of its board to ensure transparency.