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China allowing Twitter and Facebook access! Oh wait ... not quite

China allowing Twitter and Facebook access! Oh wait ... not quite | Aspectos Legales de las Tecnologías de Información | Scoop.it
Conference participants are being allowed to tweet and update Facebook, but the permission comes with quite a few caveats.
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Here's The U.S. Government Report That Openly Calls Out China On Economic Cyberspying

Here's The U.S. Government Report That Openly Calls Out China On Economic Cyberspying | Aspectos Legales de las Tecnologías de Información | Scoop.it

Since Google revealed in January of 2010 that its systems had been penetrated by China-based hackers, the phenomenon of Chinese cyberspying has been an open secret, widely discussed by the cybersecurity community but rarely mentioned by U.S. government officials for fear of diplomatic repercussions. Late this week, a combined group of 14 U.S. intelligence agencies finally released in a report what’s already been received wisdom in many private sector and government circles for years: That “Chinese actors are the world’s most active and persistent perpetrators of economic espionage,” and that the use of digital spying tools ”is already a larger threat than more traditional espionage methods.”

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Symantec denuncia red de ciberespionaje China contra 48 empresas

Symantec denuncia red de ciberespionaje China contra 48 empresas | Aspectos Legales de las Tecnologías de Información | Scoop.it

La empresa de seguridad informática estadounidense Symantec denunció hoy una red de ciberespionaje dirigida a 48 grandes compañías, 29 de ellas dedicadas a la industria química, y lo atribuyó a un pirata informático residente en China. La campaña, que se extendió desde julio hasta mediados de septiembre de este año, tenía el objetivo de “obtener documentos confidenciales” de las empresas químicas, como “patentes, fórmulas y procesos de manufactura”, según indicó Symantec en un informe

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China ‘not doing enough on software piracy’

China ‘not doing enough on software piracy’ | Aspectos Legales de las Tecnologías de Información | Scoop.it
The world’s leading software industry body warned on Monday of a jump in revenues lost to software piracy in China as the country’s government is failing to rein in rampant copyright infringement.
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China’s Brazen Cyber Theft? | China Power

China’s Brazen Cyber Theft? | China Power | Aspectos Legales de las Tecnologías de Información | Scoop.it

China is spying on the United States on an unprecedented scale and is engaging in ‘brazen and widespread theft’ of intellectual property from around the world, a leading US lawmaker has warned. ‘I don’t believe that there is precedent in history for such a massive and sustained intelligence effort by a government to blatantly steal commercial data and intellectual property’.

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Confidential report lists U.S. weapons system designs compromised by Chinese cyberspies

Designs for many of the nation’s most sensitive advanced weapons systems have been compromised by Chinese hackers, according to a report prepared for the Pentagon and to officials from government and the defense industry. Among more than two dozen major weapons systems whose designs were breached were programs critical to U.S. missile defenses and combat aircraft and ships, according to a previously undisclosed section of a confidential report prepared for Pentagon leaders by the Defense Science Board.

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Gravísima esta intrusión cibernética perpetrada por hackers Chinos en contra de computadoras estadounidenses. No es la primera vez que sucede y es claro que este fenómeno motiva el mejoramiento de la ciberseguridad no solo de Estados Unidos, sino de todos los países.

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Russia and China are behind cyber warfare attacks, says Baroness Neville-Jones

Russia and China are behind cyber warfare attacks, says Baroness Neville-Jones | Aspectos Legales de las Tecnologías de Información | Scoop.it

Baroness Neville-Jones has accused China and Russia of carrying out cyber warfare attacks aimed at stealing national security secrets from other countries. Earlier Iain Lobban, the head of Britain's electronic "listening" agency GCHQ, disclosed that the Foreign Office and other Government departments had faced a "significant" cyber attack on their computer systems over the summer.

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EE UU sospecha que piratas chinos tuvieron el control de dos satélites de la NASA

Fue en 2007 y 2008, pero ahora se ha tenido público conocimiento del episodio. EE UU sospecha que piratas chinos tuvieron, por breves minutos, acceso a dos satélites de la NASA y pudieron controlarlos. Un informe del Congreso explica el incidente. Un satélite de observación terrestre, Landsat-7, y un satélite Terra AM-1, ambos gestionados por la NASA, fueron asaltados por los piratas chinos.

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Beijing leaps to defense of Great Firewall of China

Beijing leaps to defense of Great Firewall of China | Aspectos Legales de las Tecnologías de Información | Scoop.it

China defended its right to censor the Internet on Thursday, saying it was necessary to "safeguard the public" after the United States pressed China to explain online curbs on U.S. companies. The United States wants to know why the so-called "Great Firewall of China" blocks so many U.S. companies from providing services via the Internet, according to a letter obtained on Wednesday, another sign of growing trade tension between the world's two largest economies.

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