February 20, 2013

China's Cybergames

New York Times, New York Times

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Washington has not had much success persuading Beijing to rein in its hackers even though American officials and security experts have long known that China is the main source of cyberattacks on the United States. Two recent developments, however, should raise the political costs for China and may cause it to alter its calculus. Refusal to change its conduct could make its relations with the United States even more difficult than they are.

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TAGGED: Hacking, Cyber Attacks, Cyberwarfare, China

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