Early this month, Microsoft declared that ”government snooping potentially now constitutes an ‘advanced persistent threat,’” a statement that became ironic this weekend, given that, early this month, Microsoft likened government surveillance to “sophisticated malware and cyber attacks.”
New NSA revelations out this weekend detailed precisely how the NSA’s
The American government conducted a major intelligence offensive against China, with targets including the Chinese government and networking company Huawei, according to documents from former NSA worker Edward Snowden...
The funding bill President Barack Obama signed this week didn’t just prevent a government shutdown. It also included a provision requiring that U.S. government technology purchases first go through a cyber-espionage review process–a move that could potentially impact the sales of Chinese tech companies like Lenovo, which relies on sales to U.S.
I'm not what you'd call a political activist by any stretch but I have to admit I'm pretty impressed by this
Anonymous Helps Researchers Link Hackers To Chinese Army
Good for them. I've been getting pretty pi**ed off lately about these reports of constant cyber attacks originating from China and now the mid-east against government and business networks in democratic nations.