February 20, 2013

Why China Won't Cut Its Cyberspying

Greg Austin, New York Times

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Military advisers in China have an easy case to make. Why should China abandon its nonlethal, contingency operations related to possible cyberattacks on critical infrastructure where the United States itself now is vigorously pursuing offensive cyberoptions?

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TAGGED: Cyberattacks, Hacking, Cyberwarfare, China

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