February 6, 2013

Still Blind to China's Cyber-Threat

Arthur Herman, New York Post

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Over the last 30 months, Chinese hackers have targeted Bloomberg News, Google, Hotmail, Yahoo, The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal -- as well as the US Chamber of Commerce, then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and then-Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Mike Mullen. And our policymakers still don’t realize the extent of the threat.

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