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Reliance on Chinese tech firms leaves U.S. infrastructure vulnerable
Friday - 3/9/2012, 8:54am EST
The analysis from the U.S. China Economic and Security Review Commission said the U.S. military's close ties to Chinese companies was creating a path for state-sponsored penetrations of supply networks both the government and private industry rely on, and Chinese cyber capabilities would be a genuine threat to U.S. military operations in the event of a conflict.
Commissioners said Chinese cyber activities pose a "clear and present danger" to the U.S., and China's leaders can no longer claim ignorance about cyber espionage conducted from chinese computers.
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