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(Guardian)   Chinese military caught hacking NY Times. Perhaps NY Times will learn their lesson and tear down this (pay) wall   ( divider line
    More: Interesting, Wen Jiabao, computer networks, military contractor, lessons, walls, Chinese law  
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2013-01-31 09:52:45 AM  
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tbhouston: Stabone33: Anyone surprised by Chinese military hackers hacking stuff in the US...must have just awakened from a 15-year coma.

because everything good comes from the US

Huh?  Did you just randomly type words, or were you trying to actually have a thought?  China is actively undermining US infrastructure, and is using cyber attacks all the time.  Business people going to China are worried about their data being stolen, and companies are questioning the use of Chinese made products due to the inclusion of malware at the factory.
2013-01-31 09:26:29 AM  
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I don't find it comforting that the NYTimes, the paper of record, the place anonymous government sources go to persuade America to go to war and stay at war, gets enough money to run from people who not only don't question authority but also don't question what everything after the question mark in their URLs does.
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