February 19, 2013

Growing Spotlight on China's Cyber-Attacks

David Cohen, The Diplomat

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Not too long ago, China's network of hackers was often described as a loose collection of freelancers, who sought to penetrate the computer systems of international businesses and governments out of a mix of nationalist fervor and opportunism.  But security experts have increasingly come to see both political and industrial espionage as the work of professional intelligence agencies. 

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