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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Canada Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Canada | As Huawei’s Influence in Canada Grows, Some Fear Spying. Others Just Want Fast Internet. Supported by ByDan Bilefsky Feb. 27, 2019 阅读简体中文版 閱讀繁體中文版 MONTREAL — In recent weeks, some viewers of “Hockey Night in Canada” have been jolted by the sight of a distinctive red chrysanthemum logo conspicuously displayed during the broadcast of a sports program as quintessentially Canadian as the national game itself. It is the logo for Huawei, the Chinese telecommunications giant whose chief financial officer, Meng Wanzhou, is out on bail in Vancouver, with a GPS tracking device around her ankle, as she awaits possible extradition to the United States to face fraud charges. Advertising on … [Read more...] about As Huawei’s Influence in Canada Grows, Some Fear Spying. Others Just Want Fast Internet.
Manuel Rueda, Associated Press Updated 11:28 am CST, Sunday, February 3, 2019 Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido, who has declared himself the interim president of Venezuela, speaks to supporters at a nationwide demonstration demanding the resignation of President Nicolas Maduro, in Caracas, Venezuela, Saturday, Feb. 2, 2019. Flanked by his wife Fabiana Rosales, Guaido said humanitarian assistance will begin flowing into the crisis-wracked country within the next few days, despite the objections of President Nicolas Maduro. less Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido, who has declared himself the interim president of Venezuela, speaks to supporters at a nationwide demonstration demanding the resignation of President Nicolas Maduro, ... more Photo: Rodrigo Abd, AP Photo: Rodrigo Abd, AP … [Read more...] about Venezuelan opposition targeted by internet censors
The Intra Asia (IA) cable system. — Photo telepresenceoptions.comViet Nam News HÀ NỘI — The Intra Asia (IA) cable system connecting Việt Nam to Hong Kong and other parts of Asia encountered a power failure on the morning of January 10, affecting the speed of local internet connections. Internet service provider Viettel said on January 12 that the disruption had occurred at several points off the coast of Singapore. The cable is being repaired but there is no confirmation on when the IA will resume full operation. Several internet service providers said they had rerouted and transferred signals to other cable systems to minimize the impacts on users. The 6,800 km (4,225 miles) undersea cable system was officially launched in November 2009, connecting Việt Nam, Singapore, the Philippines, Hong Kong and Japan. More than 50 million people in Việt Nam, or over half of the country’s population, are online. The IA, together with the … [Read more...] about Undersea cable incident affects internet service
By Nguyen Quy  January 12, 2019 | 05:25 pm GMT+7 People surf internet on their phones at a park in Ho Chi Minh City. Photo by VnExpress/Quynh Tran Internet connections in Vietnam are expected to drag for weeks as an international submarine internet cable undergoes repairs. The Intra Asia (IA) cable system connecting Vietnam to Hong Kong and other parts of Asia encountered a power failure Thursday morning, local media reported Saturday, citing a source with local internet service provider Viettel. The disruption has happened at several points off Singapore’s shore, Viettel said. The cable is being repaired but nobody is sure when the IA will resume full operations. Several internet service providers have said they are ready to reroute and transfer signals to other cables to minimize the impacts on users. Disrupted internet cables are unfortunately common in Vietnam. The 6,800km (4,225 miles) undersea cable was officially launched in November 2009, … [Read more...] about Vietnam’s internet service to slow down after undersea cable rupture