... U.S. tech companies, including Nokia, Google, Facebook and Amazon, are part of a special U.S. government project to prevent the spread of hacking, the FCC's Crawford said on Friday night in a speech at a telecommunications conference in Washington.

He said that China remains one of the world’s leading surveillance operations, with a special focus on U.S. companies that build and operate U.S. networks. The U.S. does not release data or information about China’s efforts, he said.

If this was a government operation, then it shouldn’t have much of a place in the public debate, the commissioner said. The Commission oversees the nation’s communications, including telecommunications, and the privacy and civil liberties issues involved are well known in private, but now are taking center stage when it comes to the Commission.

Barry Schwartz, senior vice president of the wireless carrier Nextel, said: “In the United States, we’re not doing anything very unusual with our operations. At the same time I think it’s important that there is transparency.”

U.S. tech companies, including Nokia, Google, Facebook and Amazon, are part of a special U.S. government project to prevent the spread of hacking, the FCC’s Crawford said on Friday night in a speech at a telecommunications conference in Washington. “And you can see there are more countries – China, Russia, Taiwan, India – that are developing sophisticated cyber capabilities,” he said.

“… China has been one of the world leaders in cyber espionage and cyber-espionage for decades now. So why have they not gotten the same treatment from the United States?” he said.

In response to the commission’s speech, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce denounced the FCC’s stance and called it “irresponsible and an embarrassment.”

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