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The chairman of the House intelligence committee says U.S. firms are afraid to come forward because they fear their computers would be the targets of even more attacks.
China is responding to concerns about it's military build-up. As a result, the normally secretive Defense Ministry has launched a website. The site is designed to facilitate military transparency about the build-up. The site has an English version which is a very obvious overture to the West and is perceived as an attempt to ally any fears about the build-up.
The United States needs to take a more aggressive approach in attacking unfair trade practices and currency manipulation by China, according to a security review
China has stepped up its cyber espionage and cyberwarfare capabilities, State Dept. pilot program launched, bill banning P2P programs on federal desktops introduced.
China denied involvement in Internet attacks and defended its online restrictions as lawful Monday after the United States urged Beijing to investigate a computer attack against search engine giant Google.
National Security cyberattack concerns are high, Report: China-based hackers stole India secrets
State media complained bitterly about the a $6.4 billion dollar military package for Taiwan. The Chinese say the sale will complicate U.S./Sino relations. China claims Taiwan is it's own, but the 14 thousand sq mile Island of 23 million people says it has no master. China is threatening sanctions against U.S. companies, but for the U.S. those threat pale by comparison against an even bigger threat --a military showdown between the U.S. and China over Taiwan.