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Iran’s Oil Exports and Sales Down 40 Percent, Official Admits

Iran’s Oil Exports and Sales Down 40 Percent, Official Admits | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
The oil minister, Rostam Qasemi, acknowledged that petroleum exports and sales had fallen by at least 40 percent over the past year, contradicting his previous denials.
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New U.S. Law Seeks Answers On Chinese Nuke Tunnels

New U.S. Law Seeks Answers On Chinese Nuke Tunnels | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
TAIPEI — The U.S. military must consider both conventional and nuclear capabilities to “neutralize” China’s underground nuclear weapons storage facilities, according to a Pentagon authorization signed into law.
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Why Japan Can't Compete With China

Why Japan Can't Compete With China | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
Tokyo officials are relying on retirees and aging ships to fill a temporary shortfall in coast guard manpower -- a move that reveals the broader limits of Japan's capabilities.
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ENISA Threat Landscape — ENISA

ENISA Threat Landscape — ENISA | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
The ENISA Threat Landscape provides an overview of threats, together with current and emerging trends. It is based on publicly available data and provides an independent view on observed threats, threat agents and threat trends.
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Network warfare unit opens new headquarters - Focus - Northwest Military - Ft Lewis Ranger - Military News, Events & Community

Network warfare unit opens new headquarters - Focus - Northwest Military - Ft Lewis Ranger - Military News, Events & Community | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
Connecting you to your military neighbors, Northwest Military is the new home of The Ranger and NW Airlifer newspapers - the definitive source for news and information regarding Joint Base Lewis-McChord, and the entire South Sound., Network...
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Nothing like telling our adversaries where we carry out "network warfare".....

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Nations prepare for cyber war

Nations prepare for cyber war | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
Cybersecurity experts say 2013 is when all-out cyber war becomes a reality, attacks grow larger, and Anonymous finally begins to fade away.
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Google's dropped anti-censorship warning marks quiet defeat in China

Google's dropped anti-censorship warning marks quiet defeat in China | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
US company quietly drops warning message that Chinese users saw when searching for politically sensitive phrases
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Iran Targets Dissidents With 30,000-Strong Spy Army | Danger Room | Wired.com

Iran Targets Dissidents With 30,000-Strong Spy Army | Danger Room | Wired.com | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
A new Pentagon report offers a glimpse inside Iran's secretive domestic spy agency, and reveals a network of 30,000 spies with a strange and violent history.
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Brad Pitt is Banned from China, But That’s Hasn’t Stopped Him Joining Sina Weibo Today

Brad Pitt is Banned from China, But That’s Hasn’t Stopped Him Joining Sina Weibo Today | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
All the ladies who make up Sina Weibo’s 400 million registered users take note: Brad Pitt has just joined Weibo!
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Chinese anti-corruption drive nets official with 47 mistresses

Chinese anti-corruption drive nets official with 47 mistresses | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
But Communist party leadership's clean-up is only skin-deep, say analysts, as Beijing censors crack down on expression of dissenting views
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Chinese journalists strike against censorship

Chinese journalists strike against censorship | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
Newspaper staff walk out in protest at propaganda chief's actions
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Chinese in rare protest outside newspaper over censorship - Telegraph

Chinese in rare protest outside newspaper over censorship  - Telegraph | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
Demonstrators staged a rare protest in support of one of China’s most respected and liberal newspapers as a feud over press freedom threatened to throw up the first major challenge to incoming president Xi Jinping.
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China’s Economy: The Coming Year

China’s Economy: The Coming Year | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
What’s the outlook for China’s growth in 2013? China Real Time asked economists to flip their best forecasting coin, then charted the results.
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China, America, and the Pivot to Asia

China, America, and the Pivot to Asia | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
Optimists, pessimists, and the Beltway foreign policy establishment all have flawed views on the rise of China and U.S. China policy.
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SOLDIERX HDB: The World’s Largest Hacker Database - Softpedia

SOLDIERX HDB: The World’s Largest Hacker Database - Softpedia | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
SOLDIERX HDB: The World’s Largest Hacker Database
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Destined To Fail: 中華人民共和國China's Soft Power Push - The Diplomat

Destined To Fail: 中華人民共和國China's Soft Power Push - The Diplomat | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
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Thank you. We are using this source too. With your permission. Not as a traditional rescoop though. Hope you do not mind. We give due credit to the source of the scoop too.
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Satellites Spot China's Mysterious New Warplane | Danger Room | Wired.com

Satellites Spot China's Mysterious New Warplane | Danger Room | Wired.com | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
A week after blurry photographs of what appears to be China's first long-range jet transport emerged on the web, Danger Room has obtained satellite imagery of the new plane at an airfield in central China.
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New Study Proves that Twitter Users in China are Rare Birds

New Study Proves that Twitter Users in China are Rare Birds | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
Twitter has been blocked in China since way back in 2009 - so how many Chinese are still tweeting aloud? These new numbers give us a great ballpark figure.
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Chinese 3G Comes to Disputed Spratly Islands with Vietnam

Chinese 3G Comes to Disputed Spratly Islands with Vietnam | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
In the ongoing dispute over the Spratly Islands claimed by China and Vietnam, the latest development is that China is opening up 3G services on the islands.
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Rolls-Royce accused of bribing a Chinese airline executive

Rolls-Royce accused of bribing a Chinese airline executive | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
Blogger alleges that airline executive accepted payments as intermediary in deal to supply aircraft engines valued at £1.25bn
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China to reform forced labour camps, say state media

China to reform forced labour camps, say state media | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
'Re-education through labour' allows police to jail criminals without using courts and has targeted activists, claim critics
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