Chinese Hacking Charges Spur Cos. To Turn To US Gov't

By Allison Grande (May 19, 2014, 9:42 PM EDT) -- With Monday's unprecedented hacking charges against Chinese officers, federal prosecutors have shown for the first time that they're capable of putting a face and motive to the elusive cyberthreats from China, increasing the likelihood that U.S. companies will turn to the government if they suspect the country has stolen trade secrets....

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