US Calls On China To Crack Down On Cyberattacks

Law360, New York (March 11, 2013, 7:42 PM EDT) -- The Obama administration on Monday demanded that China take action to stem the “unprecedented” tide of cyberattacks emanating from its borders and work with the U.S. to establish cooperative cybersecurity standards, noting that failure to do so could threaten trade relations between the countries

In a speech before the Asia Society, White House national security adviser Thomas Donilon said that while the U.S. is seeking to “rebalance” its global posture to reflect the ascendant power of Asia, growing concerns over cybersecurity might pose a danger to...
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