February 7, 2013

How to Respond to Chinese Cyberattacks?

Gordon Chang, Around Asia

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Last week, the Associated Press reported that the National Intelligence Council is working on a new National Intelligence Estimate that will point the finger at the Chinese government for a multi-year campaign of cyberattacks against American networks. The estimate, according to the wire service, will call for more effective action against Beijing.

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