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"Wang called CCTV "a disgrace" and lashed out at the censorship, selective coverage, and violation of professional ethics"
Can the two most feared nations in cyberspace finally come to an agreement to stop hacking each other and stealing confidential data? Here's one peace-making approach worthy of consideration.
(1) Fire everyone advising the US President - their advice isn't working;
(2) Quit blaming the People's Republic of China for cyber espionage...the US is the leading exporter of cyber spying;
(3) Remember that the USD is NOT pegged to BITCOIN as the RenMinBi already is...
(4) There is no second place in a credible national security policy....
PM makes clear concerns about cyber spying on Government and British companies during talks with Li Keqiang, the Chinese premier
Let's make doing business in China less alien, writes Paul Sulyok.
SAN JOSE, Calif. _ When the FBI slapped a mysterious "security risk" label on University of California, Santa Cruz, researcher Haiping Su five years ago, it turned his life upside down.
The NSA spying scandal has put a strain on the China business of Cisco and Qualcomm, the companies said recently
For the past two years, a mysterious online organisation has been setting the world's finest code-breakers a series of seemingly unsolveable problems. But to what end?
A deal signed in South Korea by Huawei Technologies, the Chinese telecommunications giant, could undermine Washington’s defence ties with Seoul, according to two powerful US senators.
The U.S. has privately aired fears with South Korea that using Chinese telecom firm Huawei could lead to Chinese spying on sensitive communications.
"U.S. Raises Concerns About South Korea Deal With People's Republic of China's Huawei...Cites Fears of Chinese Spying on Sensitive Communications
As Rob Sheldon and Mihoko Matsubara have noted in previous guest posts, there has been a great deal of cybersecurity ...
After two years of dealing with espionage accusations, Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei recently told French publication Les Echos that he wants the telecom equipment..
Guangzhou R&F Properties has agreed to acquire six parcels in Malaysia for $1.39 billion, becoming the latest Chinese property developer to expand abroad.