The French offices of Chinese tech giant Huawei were raided by financial prosecutors this week, the company confirmed Friday. CNN reports: A French judicial source told CNN Thursday that the raid had been carried out as part of a preliminary probe launched by the financial prosecutor's office over alleged "breach of probity," a broad term concerning offenses such as acts of corruption, favoritism and influence peddling. The source did not provide any further details about the investigation. A preliminary investigation does not imply any wrongdoing. "Huawei has been in France for over 20 years, and has been in compliance with the laws and regulations applicable in the country. While Huawei France does not wish to comment on an ongoing investigation, the company remains confident about its conclusions," a spokesperson said.Read more of this story at Slashdot. Click here to read full news..