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U.S. Pulls Spies from China After Hack

Evan Perez
The U.S. suspects that Chinese hackers were behind the breach at the U.S. Office of Personnel Management, which exposed the fingerprints of 5.6 million government employees.

China's Xi Promises Better Investment Climate, Cyber War Deal Seen

Seeking to warm bilateral ties and project a sunny climate for U.S. business, Xi Jinping vowed to cut restrictions on foreign investment.



Can the U.S. & China Make Peace in Cyberspace?

Charlie Smith, Rogier Creemers, Li Shengjiao from ChinaFile Conversation
Chinese President Xi Jinping arrives in the United States today on his first state visit. Xi will address a group of American business leadersin Seattle. High on their list of concerns about trade with China is cyber hacking, cyber espionage and...

Hillary Clinton says China Hacks into “Everything that Doesn’t Move”

Jake Flanigin
The Democratic presidential candidate accused Chinese hackers of stealing “huge amounts of government information.”

Former CIA Chief Says Government Data Breach Could Help China Recruit Spies

Damian Paletta
Retired Gen. Michael Hayden calls records a ‘legitimate foreign intelligence target’.

Chinese Hackers Circumvent Popular Web Privacy Tools

Nicole Perlroth
The attackers compromised websites frequented by Chinese journalists as well as China’s Muslim Uighur ethnic minority.

China in Focus as Cyber Attack Hits Millions of U.S. Federal Workers

Matt Spetalnick and David Brunnstrom
Hacks possibly compromised the personal data of 4 million current and former federal employees.

Why Do the Chinese Hack? Fear

Enrique Oti
To ensure its survival, the Chinese Communist Party has decided that it must control the Internet. 

China Accused Of Decade Of Cyber Attacks On Governments And Corporates In Asia

Jon Russell
“There’s no smoking gun...,but all signs point to China” Bryce Boland told TechCrunch.

China (Finally) Admits to Hacking

Shannon Tiezzi
An updated military document for the first time admits that the Chinese government sponsors offensive cyber units.



Beijing Touts ‘Cyber-Sovereignty’ In Internet Governance

Scott D. Livingston
It has been a difficult few weeks for global technology companies operating in China.Chinese officials strengthened the Internet firewall by blocking the use of virtual private networks (VPNs), reasserted demands that web users register their real...

Opinion: In Response to Sony Hack, U.S. Should Focus on China Not North Korea

Jason Healey
Mr. Obama’s punt is not a big surprise as there simply are no good options for responding to North Korea. How do you calibrate a “proportional response” when not countering a military attack but one that targets freedom of expression?

China Said to Probe U.S. Claims of North Korea Role in Sony Hack

Keith Zhai and Ting Shi
The dispute between the U.S. and North Korea is escalating after hackers forced Sony to pull a comedy movie about the assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, exposed Hollywood secrets, and destroyed company data.

U.S. Blames North Korea for Sony Cyber Attack, Vows ‘Consequences’

Aruna Viswanatha and Steve Holland
It was the first time the United States had directly accused another country of a cyber attack of such magnitude on American soil and sets up a possible new confrontation between longtime foes Washington and Pyongyang.



Warring State: China’s Cybersecurity Strategy

Amy Chang
Center for a New American Security
Research Associate Amy Chang explores the political, economic, and military objectives of China’s cybersecurity apparatus; reveals drivers and intentions of Chinese activity in cyberspace; and analyzes the development of Beijing’s cybersecurity...