The New York Times headline over the weekend was reassuring: “U.S. Decides to Retaliate Against China’s Hacking.” But check out the fine print.
OMAHA—China and Russia are developing maneuvering high-speed strike vehicles that pose new threats to the United States, U.S. Strategic Command leaders said Wednesday.
A previously unreported breach of United Airlines computer systems has been linked to the Chinese-origin hackers behind the massive cyber attack on the Office of Personnel Management that compromised the personal data of 22.1 million Americans.
Prominent Chinese activists are urging the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to reject Beijing’s bid for the 2022 Winter Olympics amid what rights groups say is an unprecedented crackdown on dissidents.
The commander of U.S. Cyber Command said last week that the Office of Personnel Management hack of millions of records of federal workers shows a new trend toward using Big Data analytics for both nation-state and criminal cyber attacks.
BEIJING (Reuters) – China said on Friday it had every right to drill in the East China Sea close to waters disputed with Japan, adding that it did not recognize a “unilateral” Japanese median line setting out a boundary between the two in the waters.
HONG KONG (Reuters) – A closely-watched trial of three Chinese rights activists resumed on Thursday in the southern city of Guangzhou as authorities pursued an unprecedented crackdown on human rights lawyers across China.
Taylor Swift is launching a clothing line in China next month to drum up excitement for her 1989 Live world tour performances in Shanghai later this year, but the singer’s merchandise will likely be ill-received by the Chinese government.