This flawed decision has to be overturned.

Science is not politics.

IEEE, a major science publisher, bans Huawei scientists from reviewing papers | Science | AAAS

Scientists worldwide should work together.

About the politics:
Note that we HAVE serious doubts about so many things in CS. CISCO and Intel "bugs" could be by design, or be widely known in Secret Services, who perhaps co-fund Google, etc etc. NIST and NSA story on encryption. Research co-funded by DARPA.

@arjen why is IEEE (and most important standards bodies) based in the US? If they were not, then this specific action couldn't happen.

@phessler @arjen

I guess historically because most applied CS successes started in and still are based in the USA.

I sure hope ACM does not follow suit.

(Europe should much more urgently invest in developing their own alternatives...)

@arjen I think IEEE has try the best to protect Huawei from the punishment of US government.

The doc from IEEE explains that Huawei still have the almost all rights in the IEEE:
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