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Hassan Whiteside has one of the NBA more surprising stories this season. The big man has dominated on the glass and has blocked a ton of shots after being signed by the Heat. The former second round pick played for Toronto summer league team in Las Vegas in July, but didn look anywhere as good and the team didn feel it had a need for him..

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A second person familiar with the situation said the workers were not tested for coronavirus because none of them met the criteria, which was restricted at that time to people who had recent travel to China or contact with a confirmed case. The workers also did not exhibit any symptoms, the person said. If they had, appropriate protocol would have been followed..

Huawei has strongly disputed analysis of the papers by three experts, and insisted that the technologies they focused on were all “common areas of research for telecoms equipment suppliers”.Some experts fear that the research by China could lead to extreme levels of surveillance EPAA spokesman said: “Huawei is a private company that supplies telecoms companies globally. We do not conduct military research either directly, or indirectly, nor do we work on military or intelligence projects for the Chinese government or any other government”.It said Huawei had “strict rules stipulating research and development cooperation with universities must be for the sole purpose of product development for civilian use”, and dismissed the Australian think tank as having an “anti Huawei agenda”It also dismissed ASPI’s findings, claiming that the Australian think tank has an “anti Huawei agenda”.However, fears are growing that research undertaken as part of these collaborations will be passed to Beijing.There they could be used to bolster China’s extreme surveillance operation in Xinjiang, the western Chinese province where the Chinese government has imprisoned over 1 million ethnic Uighurs.Experts also fear that British academics may unwittingly find themselves working on technologies that are used to bolster China’s declared ambition to become the most advanced military power in the world by 2049.Last night, experts called for a shake up of funding rules to ensure this does not happen.Professor Anthony Glees, director of the centre for security and intelligence studies at the University of Buckingham, called for universities to disclose funding deals, and a ban on UK institutions accepting Chinese backing for technology research that could be used in warfare.”It should be illegal to accept funding from China in areas where there is a military or national security relevance,” he said.Charles Parton, senior associate fellow at defence and security think tank RUSI, said: “Research collaboration with China is not going to be black and white. We are talking about fifty shades of grey, and it is the government’s role to set up a mechanism for deciding and ruling which shades of grey are acceptable.”‘s findings today will raise fresh concerns over Huawei’s influence in Britain Andy Wong/APMost universities have ethics boards to oversee funding, but there are currently no national standards for vetting funding before research takes place.