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Originally posted by PrinceDreamer
Sorry but my experience of the world makes it seem completely improbable that ANY nation is not trying to hack into other nations secure data, knowledge is power and all countries want to access that knowledge
China will be hacking the US, UK, Russia, Korea and on and on it goes, just as the US, the UK Russia will all be doing the same
The only reason this is making the news is because somebody wants it to, that's what we really need to know, who is pushing the news about it and what is their ultimate aim, no doubt the real motive is more restriction and control on the internet, just to protect us from those nasty Chinese hackers...
Originally posted by Tephra
Every time I see the following terms:
Or any of it's offshoots, it all translates to one thing...
Originally posted by demoncleaner
reply to post by bjsmi2
Are you willing to pay triple what you currently are for goods? Because thats what will happen if you buy locally.
There is a reason everything is made in China. Because they can do it cheaper than anyone else. They have the labour pool etc
So unless you are willing to put your money where your mouth are you better thank God for sweat shops and factories.
The Chinese military accused the U.S. on Friday of launching a global "Internet war" to bring down Arab and other governments, redirecting the spotlight away from allegations of major online attacks on Western targets originating in China.
The accusations Friday by Chinese military academy scholars, and their urging of tougher policing of the Internet, followed allegations this week that computer hackers in China had compromised the personal Gmail accounts of several hundred people, including government officials, military personnel and political activists.
Behind Dimona’s barbed wire, the experts say, Israel has spun nuclear centrifuges virtually identical to Iran’s at Natanz, where Iranian scientists are struggling to enrich uranium. They say Dimona tested the effectiveness of the Stuxnet computer worm, a destructive program that appears to have wiped out roughly a fifth of Iran’s nuclear centrifuges and helped delay, though not destroy, Tehran’s ability to make its first nuclear arms.