Guilt or Competition: Wining the Cyber-Espionage War

Korea Times, June 2014


Remindful of Emile Zola’s ‘J’accuse’ about anti-Semitism in France, the United States has charged five officials in the Chinese People’s Liberation Army of hacking into U.S. commercial computers and stealing top-secret trade information. The hackers stand accused of taking confidential ­nuclear and solar technology data for the benefit of their firms, thus giving Chinese businesses an unfair competitive advantage. Chinese officials have vehemently denounced these “fictitious allegations” and claim that they threaten the established mutual trust between China ...

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