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Alleged China attacks could test U.S. cybersecurity policy

Jaikumar Vijayan | Jan. 15, 2010
But what the government can really do remains unclear

"Many are not looking at the strategic risks of a rival stealing their technology and selling counterfeit goods," he said.

As for official government cyber policies, just because the U.S doesn't have an official policy for handling attacks doesn't mean it's sitting on its hands, said one analyst who asked not to be named. "One reason why the U.S might not have come up with any rules of the road is because the NSA and other intelligence agencies are involved in the same kind of activity," he said.


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