With the recent blacklisting of Huawei by the US government for fears of spying. Google has made an announcement saying they are restricting the access by Huawei to Google Apps.
The Google spokesman was clear to say that this will not affect current devices only new ones.
What is Telstra's position on this as I entered a contract for my P30pro on the assumption that the phone would not be restricted in anyway now or in the future.
I guess Im asking if we do get restricted access what recourse is available? Especially since in light of this my employer will possibly block access to corporate emails on Huawei devices.
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I agree with your points.
For the second point the only thing that is a very tenuous link to the contract is Fair Use. But that is very thin and would need to be tested in court.
For point three Im hoping they do block it, it will be unusual to disconnect from work.
Fair use is not at all related to what you are talking. If I understand it correctly it is about you and your fair use (i.e. not abusing the system, not misusing free data etc, not about the ISP) not about your provider. I would not try to contest it in the court... But I might be wrong. While I have fairly good understanding of legal matters, I am not a lawyer... And I have learnt that hard way recently while trying to do my own conveyancing...
TBH, I do not understand your response in regards to point three...