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15th June 2024 Headlines about China’s Illegal Strikes Spying and Cyber Attacks including Chinese Espionage in Great Britain: Red Shadows!

Headlines about China’s Illegal Strikes Spying and Cyber Attacks!

How Venezuela’s Threats Are Restructuring China-Guyana Relations

The Essequibo dispute showcases the two sides of China’s engagement with Latin America and the Caribbean. Now Beijing is finding it hard to stay in the…

Chinese military books sold for less than $1; spy agency issues warning

Chinese military books: Chinese national Zhang came across military-themed books at the recycling station, and purchased four of them for six yuan ($0.83)

Espionage case appeals rejected by Supreme Court

Taiwan’s Supreme Court on Thursday upheld most of the sentences in an espionage case centered around a retired Air Force colonel, rejecting appeals from…

Chinese Espionage in Great Britain: Red Shadows

Chinese espionage attempts targeting the United Kingdom and its domestic politics have increased during recent months. The Chinese government has also…

‘The focus of both China and India seems to be on actual sitting members of Parliament’: Former CSIS executive …

Last week, a bombshell report on foreign interference from the National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians (NSICOP) shed further light…

Microsoft Admits Security Failings Allowed China’s US Government Hack

Microsoft President Brad Smith told US Congress that the tech giant accepts responsibility for security failings regarding the 2023 China hack.

Taiwan must prepare for cyber, financial attacks by China

As China conducts military exercises around Taiwan, it is important not to forget about less visible methods of attack. In addition to military threats,…

Microsoft president faces tough questions from Congress on China, security

Microsoft president Brad Smith promised a renewed focus on security, a year after a major attack on the company’s Exchange email service attributed to a…

Gov. Kevin Stitt issues executive order to prepare Oklahoma for possible Indo-Pacific conflict

Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt is preparing the state for possible conflict between the United States, its Into-Pacific allies and The People’s Republic of China…

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