February 15, 2013

U.S. Needs to Tame the Cyber-Dragon

Washington Post, Washington Post

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China denies carrying out cyber-espionage, theft and disruption. But there is a growing amount of evidence that it is behind one of history’s great heists of intellectual property, a vast and multi-tentacled collection drive aimed at corporations, the U.S. government, universities, stock exchanges and think tanks, among others. The newspapers are only the latest example of companies that found footprints of the Chinese cyber-dragon in their corridors.

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