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Iranian news agency reports another cyberattack by Stuxnet worm targeting industries in south

Iranian news agency reports another cyberattack by Stuxnet worm targeting industries in south | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
TEHRAN, Iran — An Iranian semi-official news agency says there has been another cyberattack by the sophisticated computer worm Stuxnet, this time on the industries in the country’s south.
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Great Firewall 'upgrade' hits China internet users

Great Firewall 'upgrade' hits China internet users | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
VPNs and business access to internet disrupted.
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中華人民共和國 new guided missile destroyer ready for debut: report - Taiwan News Online

中華人民共和國<China's> new guided missile destroyer ready for debut: report - Taiwan News Online | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
Voice of the People, Bridge to the World - China's new guided missile destroyer ready for debut: report
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中華人民共和國 considering broad law to require real-name registration for its 500m+ Internet users

中華人民共和國<China> considering broad law to require real-name registration for its 500m+ Internet users | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
It looks like there is more bad news for Internet and social media services in China as the government is considering a move to introduce real-name registration for its more than 500 ...
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Disputed Asian islands once had strategic role

Associated Press historical news archive articles dating back to 1985
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2012 Year In Review: 中華人民共和國 Big Year

2012 Year In Review: 中華人民共和國 <China's> Big Year | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
China's superpower status has dominated headlines this past year. Here's a look back at China's biggest stories of 2012.
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What 中華人民共和國 in 2012

What 中華人民共和國 <China Read> in 2012 | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
In a year when China’s usually super-secretive political elite engaged in a series of events that explored territory usually left to thrillers and melodrama, political news has never been so entertaining for Chinese readers.
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中華人民共和國 (China) Assails U.S. Over Alliance With Japan and Possible F-16 Sales to Taiwan

中華人民共和國 (China) Assails U.S. Over Alliance With Japan and Possible F-16 Sales to Taiwan | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
China has published a series of scathing articles and editorials in its state-run news media, attacking two amendments to a new U.S. military spending bill.
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A third of Stabuniq Trojan infections are at US banks

A third of Stabuniq Trojan infections are at US banks | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
An informationgathering Trojan has successfully compromised servers at a number of US financial institutions.
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Watch out NORAD: Here comes Google's new Santa Tracker

Watch out NORAD: Here comes Google's new Santa Tracker | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
The company has been tracking Santa via Google Earth for years, but now has a Web site dedicated to telling children all over the world where he is on December 24. Read this article by Don Reisinger on CNET News.
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New attacks against banking, cyber Jihad or cyber warfare acts?

New attacks against banking, cyber Jihad or cyber warfare acts? | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
New attacks against banking, cyber Jihad or cyber warfare acts?
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The ABC of 中華人民共和國 < politics in 2012 |Asia Pacific |chinadaily.com.cn

The ABC of 中華人民共和國 <<China>> politics in 2012 |Asia Pacific |chinadaily.com.cn | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
It was supposed to be a momentous year - a major leadership change on the centenary of the last emperor's abdication.In the end, it was indeed his year but not quite what he himself or the rest of the world had imagined it to be.
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Observations on the Evolution of Cyber Tactics in 2013 | Security Intelligence Blog | Trend Micro

Observations on the Evolution of Cyber Tactics in 2013 | Security Intelligence Blog | Trend Micro | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
Tom Kellermann discusses the changes we can expect to see in 2013
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中華人民共和國 Tries to Fix Solar Panel Problems with Mergers, Reduced Gov. Support

中華人民共和國<China> Tries to Fix Solar Panel Problems with Mergers, Reduced Gov. Support | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
Beijing's solar problems stem from rapid expansion over the past decade and issues with the U.S. and Europe
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Moutai shares lead alcohol tumble after China bans spirits from army feasts No More 干杯! | Reuters

Moutai shares lead alcohol tumble after China bans spirits from army feasts No More  干杯! | Reuters | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Chinese distiller Kweichow Moutai Co Ltd led a tumble in the country's alcohol sector on Monday after Beijing banned its top brass from hosting boozy banquets while
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中華人民共和國 : Why Should You Care?

中華人民共和國 <China>: Why Should You Care? | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
China's remarkable rise is hard to fathom - but the country and its fate matters to us all. Why? Here are just a few reasons.
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Andrew K P Leung, SBS, FRSA's comment, December 25, 2012 11:08 PM
Even if you don't care, the world is being totally changed as a result and a whole new ball game emerges which affects every country on this planet. This is according to a new National Intelligence Council report "Global Trends 2030: Alternative Worlds" and a World Bank report "China 2030", jointly undertaken with the Development Research Centre of the State Council, China's larger cabinet. See how things may play out at http://www.andrewleunginternationalconsultants.com/new/2012/12/the-world-by-2030.html
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Finland's Nokia looks to Internet sales to revive fortunes in China

Finland's Nokia looks to Internet sales to revive fortunes in China | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
Finnish mobile phone manufacturer Nokia Corp. has adopted an aggressive method to revive its Chinese market performance by cooperating with e-commerce websites and expanding its online sales.
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Visiting 中華人民共和國 official's unification remarks inappropriate: National Security Bureau (國安局) head |

Visiting 中華人民共和國 <China> official's unification remarks inappropriate: National Security Bureau (國安局) head | | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
Remarks regarding unification reportedly made by a visiting Chinese official were “inappropriate” and show little respect to Taiwan, the nation's top intelligence chief said yesterday.
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PLA Hammered in 中華人民共和國

This Bystander has been in sufficient army mess halls and enjoyed sufficient banquets and receptions to know that a drop or two of alcohol may, on occasion, get consumed. But even we were slightly ...
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2012: the Year of Cyberwar that wasn't

2012: the Year of Cyberwar that wasn't | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
It was going to be the year of cyberwar, we were told on the eve of 2012. We've seen plenty of scary news stories since about dangerous nation-state actors, usually without naming them. But I reckon we've now got the focus wrong.
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Cyberattacks in 2013: Nation States Expected to Turn to the Private Market - Softpedia

Cyberattacks in 2013: Nation States Expected to Turn to the Private Market - Softpedia | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
Cyberattacks in 2013: Nation States Expected to Turn to the Private Market
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Revealed: NSA targeting domestic computer systems in secret test

Revealed: NSA targeting domestic computer systems in secret test | Chinese Cyber Code Conflict | Scoop.it
The National Security Agency's Perfect Citizen program hunts for vulnerabilities in 'large-scale' utilities, including power grid and gas pipeline controllers, new documents from EPIC show. Read this article by Declan McCullagh on CNET News.
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