It’s time for Huawei to prove its phones aren’t spying on Americans

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Huawei, the second-largest phone maker in the world, needs to do something fast if it ever wants to gain a foothold in the U.S. and potentially become the world's largest phone maker one day.

The Chinese company can't get U.S. carriers to sell its phones. And now the heads of the FBI, CIA, and NSA have publicly accused the company of allowing its devices — along with ZTE's — to be used by the Chinese government to spy on Americans.

Though Huawei has denied the allegations, it needs to do more to convince Americans its phones can and should be trusted.

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