Hack-up Plan: US recruits cyber warriors as tension with China growsPosted: May 30, 2013
Published on 30 May 2013
Cyber tension flares between the US and China, as president Obama gets set to confront Chinese leader Xi Jingping over hacker attacks on American military networks. Meanwhile, reports say Washington’s launched massive preparations for an all out cyber war. In another sign cyber warfare has stepped from the pages of science fiction – NATO recently released a manual on the international law applicable to digital warfare.
Gayane Chichakyan reports.
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