China’s New Cybersecurity Law Rattles Foreign Tech Firms
Josh Chin and Eva Dou, THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
China’s government has approved a broad new cybersecurity law aimed at tightening and centralizing state control over information flows and technology equipment, raising concerns among foreign companies operating in the country. The law also makes censorship a matter of cybersecurity, threatening to punish companies that allow unapproved information to circulate online.
Cuba Announces Post-Election Military Exercises
L. Todd Wood, THE WASHINGTON TIMES
The Obama administration’s outreach and concessions to the communist nation of Cuba have been seen as appeasement by many national security analysts. The behavior of the …read more
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