World Health Organization says no reason to think the virus is restricted to the Middle East
The stooges of Shanghai
‘Banks, financial institutions, newspapers, trade associations, major international businesses, no one is immune’
Washington’s sudden focus on Chinese hacking comes after rising complaints from U.S. businesses about theft of trade secrets.
‘The incursions appear to be attributable directly to the Chinese government and military’
Rival school owner admitted to adding rat poison to children’s yogurt
Analysts say that although China still trails the U.S. and Israel, the industry leaders, its technology is maturing rapidly
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China, Russia and India need copper
Consumers seem unfazed by the state media’s attacks on Apple.
A gem from the archives to augment recent garbage from the Greying Lady
‘The Defense Ministry and China Military Online websites have faced a serious threat’
The cyberattacks did not aim to destroy content,
Hackers could gain access to power grids, gas lines, water supplies
‘Beijing chides North Korea, but nothing much happens’
‘The government is playing with fire in encouraging nationalistic tendencies as a way to blow off steam’
Search engine guru: China is ‘most sophisticated and prolific’ hacker of foreign companies
Cybersecurity experts have been urging tougher action, suggesting that talking with China has had no effect.
The publication’s Beijing unit is suspected to have been the entry point for the hackers
NYT hacked by communists for last 4 months