domenica 17 gennaio 2010

Dagli Usa appelli alla guerra contro la Cina

Il presidente Nobel per la pace e il suo segretario di Stato parlano chiaro: "Any attack on America - from Pentagon hackings and industrial espionage to forced technology transfer and mercantilist weapons like currency manipulation - represents an act of aggression and will not be tolerated" [SGA].

China's cyberwar on the U.S. economy
Peter Navarro,Greg Autry, San Francisco Chronicle, Friday, January 15, 2010

China's recent cyberattacks against Google and as many as 33 other U.S. corporations open up a dangerous new industrial espionage front in Beijing's war on American business.
China's objective was not that of a rogue hacker - to create chaos. Rather, the target was any intellectual property that would give Chinese enterprises a competitive edge - from trade secrets and new technologies to software such as Google's proprietary source code...
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1 commento:

Anonimo ha detto...

This self-righteous little piece basically says that the US is not capable of protecting its most precious information. Let us hope nobody is fooled by the self-pity of the writers into thinking morality is related to the question of intellectual property rights.