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Canada Finally Names China in Cyber Crimes

The entrance to one of the National Research Council (NRC) buildings as seen seen June 7, 2008. The NRC is Canada’s pre-eminent research organization. A cyber attack on the NRC’s computer systems has forced it to rebuild its computer networks and has prompted Canadian government to publicly name the Chinese regime as responsible. (David Carroll/Flickr)
The entrance to one of the National Research Council (NRC) buildings as seen seen June 7, 2008. The NRC is Canada’s pre-eminent research organization. A cyber attack on the NRC’s computer systems has forced it to rebuild its computer networks and has prompted Canadian government to publicly name the Chinese regime as responsible. (David Carroll/Flickr)

OTTAWA—Canada is finally breaking its silence on China’s cyber espionage, something the US and other government have done, but until now, not Canada. A cyber...

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