Kim Dotcom and the New Zealand Elections
September 17, 2014
Kim Dotcom and the New Zealand Elections
A controversial Internet figure seizes on spying allegations to ensure a tumultuous New Zealand election campaign.
Kim Dotcom and the New Zealand Elections
Edward Snowden Vs New Zealand
September 16, 2014
Edward Snowden Vs New Zealand
Edward Snowden is accusing Prime Minister John Key and the GCSB of collecting New Zealanders' online metadata.
Edward Snowden Vs New Zealand
Casualties of Cyber Warfare
August 25, 2014
Casualties of Cyber Warfare
American and Chinese companies are getting caught in the crossfire of the brewing cyber war.
Casualties of Cyber Warfare
VJ Day in China
August 15, 2014
VJ Day in China
Plus, more Snowden revelations, a Central Asia-focused military drill, and Pope Francis' message to China. Friday links
VJ Day in China
China Has a History of Not Trusting Microsoft on Cybersecurity
August 02, 2014
China Has a History of Not Trusting Microsoft on Cybersecurity
'China has never been comfortable with being dependent on Microsoft products.'
China Has a History of Not Trusting Microsoft on Cybersecurity
Russia to Reopen Spy Base in Cuba
July 21, 2014
Russia to Reopen Spy Base in Cuba
Russia and Cuba signed a preliminary deal to reopen the Soviet Union’s largest foreign intelligence base at Lourdes.
Russia to Reopen Spy Base in Cuba
China Steps Up Attacks on US Tech Firms
June 05, 2014
China Steps Up Attacks on US Tech Firms
There are increasing signs that China will limit or ban foreign tech firms' access to Chinese markets.
China Steps Up Attacks on US Tech Firms
Why China Banned Windows 8
May 28, 2014
Why China Banned Windows 8
Concerned about information security, China seeks to reduce reliance on foreign technology giants.
Why China Banned Windows 8
In Cyber Dispute With US, China Targets IBM, Cisco
May 28, 2014
In Cyber Dispute With US, China Targets IBM, Cisco
China is targeting U.S. firms to show its displeasure with the indictment of PLA officers for hacking.
In Cyber Dispute With US, China Targets IBM, Cisco
What Are the Limits of Legitimate <em>Economic</em> Espionage?
May 28, 2014
What Are the Limits of Legitimate Economic Espionage?
Global norms protecting foreign intellectual property are a recent development and aren't widely accepted.
What Are the Limits of Legitimate Economic Espionage?
What Are the Boundaries of 'Legitimate' Espionage?
May 22, 2014
What Are the Boundaries of 'Legitimate' Espionage?
Using espionage for gain in negotiations is an age-old tactic.
What Are the Boundaries of 'Legitimate' Espionage?
China Expands Cyber Spying
April 12, 2014
China Expands Cyber Spying
Mandiant’s latest report concludes Chinese cyber espionage has expanded despite embarrassing public exposures.
China Expands Cyber Spying
Chinese Don’t Believe They’re Being Watched and Censored
April 03, 2014
Chinese Don’t Believe They’re Being Watched and Censored
A new poll finds Chinese citizens don't feel they are being monitored or censored by the government.
Chinese Don’t Believe They’re Being Watched and Censored
Hagel: Pentagon 'Will Maintain Approach of Restraint' in Cyberspace
March 31, 2014
Hagel: Pentagon 'Will Maintain Approach of Restraint' in Cyberspace
Hagel's remarks supporting the National Security Agency will do little to ease international tensions over cyber-space.
Hagel: Pentagon 'Will Maintain Approach of Restraint' in Cyberspace
China Decries US 'Hypocrisy' on Cyber-Espionage
March 28, 2014
China Decries US 'Hypocrisy' on Cyber-Espionage
China has seized upon reports of NSA hacking against Huawei to denounce U.S. hypocrisy in cyber issues.
China Decries US 'Hypocrisy' on Cyber-Espionage
US Firm Under Investigation For Using Made-in-China Parts in F-35 Components
January 15, 2014
US Firm Under Investigation For Using Made-in-China Parts in F-35 Components
Also, Chinese military planning changes, a U.S.-South Korean military deal, and Edward Snowden in India. Mid-week links.
US Firm Under Investigation For Using Made-in-China Parts in F-35 Components
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