back to article ZTE says it won't allow exec to appear in US court over arrest fears

Relations between Chinese telecoms vendor ZTE and the US federal government remain as tense as ever, with ZTE claiming it won't allow one of its executives to testify in a New York court over fears he will be detained if he enters the US. US District Judge Lewis Kaplan of the Southern District of New York had ordered Guo …


"US [...] which has repeatedly accused the telecoms firm...

"...of using its technology to aid the Chinese government in spying on its international rivals."

How dare they! Don't they know it's only the US who are allowed to do that?!

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It's the 21st century

It's the 21st century, request deposition by video conference.

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Re: It's the 21st century

Can you image the laughter when they try to arrest him over video conference?

Sincerest apologies to Douglas Adams.

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Whenever are they going to realise the virtual current reality?!

U.S. Force becomes U.S. Farce?! And ever more apparently servering and being led by with a portfolio of follies?!


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