Huawei follows in the footsteps of Apple in terms of protection of privacy

Ren Zhengfei, founder of Huawei, has never hidden his admiration for Apple. He had already been expressed through several statements, stating ” Apple is my teacher “, or even taking the defense of the firm of Cupertino which could be the subject of sanctions from Beijing.

The founder of Huawei was able to once again share his love for Apple, explaining that the Apple is an example to follow in terms of data protection, while sending a pike felt good to be Donald Trump.

During an interview with the Financial Times relayed by CNBC, Ren Zhengfei is more income and hold on the suspicion of espionage by the american government towards the brand, suspicions that led to the huge conflict that has shaken the tech these last few months.

“We would never do such a thing. If I had done it once, the United States would have evidence to spread throughout the world. The 170 countries and regions in which we operate currently would cease to purchase our products and our business would collapse. After that, who will pay our debts ? Our employees are all very competent, then they démissionneraient and would launch their own business, leaving me alone to pay off our debts. I would rather die,” said Ren Zhengfei.

While denying purely and simply, to spy on its users, the founder of Huawei ensures that ” as a supplier of equipment, we didn’t follow any particular “. The firm pursues, on the contrary, the trails of Apple, particularly well-known in the protection of personal data, and Ren Zhengfei do not hide it. ” Apple is our model “, he indicated to the Financial Times.

In regard to the u.s. sanctions, the founder of Huawei has not hesitated to tackle the u.s. government, whereas china’s leaders ” are not involved in our business operations. “

“I don’t know why the u.s. government manages its technology companies as much as they do. They act as a mother-in-law, and if they are involved too much, their daughter-in-law could disappear,” said Ren Zhengfei. This is a statement that should not be too please with Donald Trump, implicitly referred to by the founder of the chinese company.