Adam Segal

Council on Foreign Relations

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It took three months for the Office of Personnel Management to discover that  key records of at least four million federal employees were being hacked .

A Massive Data Breach Was Just Waiting to Happen

It took three months for the Office of Personnel Management to discover that key records of at least four million federal employees were being hacked .

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It's not just defense contractors and diplomats any more.

The US, China and a New Round of Cyberwarfare

It's not just defense contractors and diplomats any more.

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Google first signaled its  displeasure with China  in January, after discovering that its source code had been hacked and that human rights activists' G-mail accounts had been…

As Google and China Square Off, What's the Fallout ?

Google first signaled its displeasure with China in January, after discovering that its source code had been hacked and that human rights activists' G-mail accounts had been…

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