When the FCC opened up to comments regarding their proposed rulemaking process against five Chinese companies, including Dahua Technology, they were deluged with protesting comments by dozens of manufactures, customers, dealers, trade groups and industry associations, and many others.
Dahua USA joined in the voices of protest with our own letter to the FCC, that included several arguments regarding the validity and even the legality of the proposed ban against our products.
Our arguments centered around several points:
- We questioned whether the FCC is overstepping their authority
- Lack of evidence supporting the reasons behind the proposed ban
- Potential constitutional issues surrounding the ban
- The cost of the ban to the US market
Read more about our letter to the FCC on the Dahua USA blog here.
Our summary of the FCC filing here.
How we approach facial recognition technology here.
Our response to the FCC’s Equipment Authorization program here.
Our latest comment letter to the FCC here or Dahua’s Compliance Plan For The FCC here.
An update on Dahua’s operations in Russia here.
Or download the complete filing on the FCC website here.