As the Chinese telecommunications giant faces scrutiny over its security, its careful cultivation of European governments and customers is at risk of unraveling.
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A law passed last month allows the authorities to compel tech companies to build tools to bypass their products’ encryption. It has global implications.
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The inquiry grew out of a 2014 civil suit and appears unrelated to other pressure faced by the Chinese company, two people familiar with the case said.
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