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May 22, 2014

Read Jeffrey Carr's analysis of DOJ's China cyber-spying indictment.

Three days ago, the U.S. Department of Justice announced its indictment of five Chinese military officers for cyberespionage and theft of trade secrets from six American companies. Yesterday, Jeffrey Carr, a well-known cybersecurity consultant based in Seattle, posted a company-by-company "Analysis of the Victim Companies in the PLA Indictment" at his blog Digital Dao. While we don't agree with every point Carr makes, his assessment (read: dissection) of the charges is compelling. Chinese cyberespionage, moreover, is big part of Carr's expertise. The writing is knowledgeable, smart, forceful. If you do IP, Internet law or international law, do read Carr's post.

Jeffrey Carr

Posted by JD Hull at May 22, 2014 12:57 PM


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