A few days ago, a number of media including Lei Feng.com reported that Huawei’s former US employees were suspected of stealing trade secrets. Huawei responded to the news that the allegations were unfounded and the company will actively respond to defend its rights and interests. In response to some self-media claims that Huawei requires employees to steal trade secrets, Huawei claims that these claims are entirely rumors, not facts.
Huawei said that compliance with international conventions and relevant national laws and regulations is the cornerstone of Huawei's global compliance operations. The Huawei Business Conduct Guidelines clearly require all employees to strictly abide by relevant laws and regulations and business conduct standards and norms.
Previously, according to the cloud headline report, Jesse Hong has been the software architect of Huawei smartphone giant Huawei's subsidiary in Santa Clara since 2014, and has been a Huawei software engineer. After being sent to spy on trade secrets, Hong refused to participate, and Hong worried about Huawei's activities, but was dismissed in March this year.
Recently, he filed a lawsuit against Huawei and asked Huawei to pay $105 million in damages.
According to the indictment of the High Court of Santa Clara County, Hong said in the lawsuit that in 2016, Huawei instructed two employees of Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. to use fraudulent methods to mix in the annual “TIP” attended by many telecom companies. Summits (most of which are startups that compete with Huawei).