The U.K. has left itself vulnerable to cyberattacks and state-sponsored spying by allowing a Chinese company, Huawei Technologies Co., to become a major player in Britain's telecommunications industry without adequate security checks, a...
Amid a report that the N.S.A. gathered communications from China, state media have begun to speak out; others ask if gathering commercial and military secrets, and surveillance to stop terrorist attacks, can even be likened.
The dreaded thumb drive has struck the Defense Department again as word comes that NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden smuggled out thousands of classified documents on one of the portable devices, despite the military's efforts to ban them.
By Amine Bouchentouf Ever since China entered into its series of five-year economic plans in the late 20th century, it's not a stretch to argue that its economic rise has been one of the most impressive in human history.
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, who leaked information about US surveillance programmes, claims that the American government has been hacking into computers in Hong Kong and mainland China for years.