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There was reportedly no evidence that Huawei was spying on the US for China in the White House review of telecommunications suppliers.
India government spy unit steals e-mail exchanges between staff members of U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission using know-how provided by mobile phone makers, report says.
Officials in the country are continuing to consider Google's application for renewal of its content licence, which is up for annual review
I have to quote Lewis Page of the Register on this: A US government panel specially created to warn of danger from China has warned of danger from China. The panel, The US-China Economic and Security Review Commission (USCC), just published a 56 page document that they reported to congress last June.
The BBC reports that the US-China Economic and Security Review Commission (USCC), whose members are Congressional appointees, wants to begin an official probe into Lenovo's $13 million contract to sell 16,000 ThinkCentre desktop computers to the U.S.
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"The opportunities for intelligence gains by the Chinese are phenomenal," says a member of the United States-China Economic and Security Review Commission.
In a podcast recorded this afternoon, Mark Anderson, founder and publisher of the Strategic News Service (SNS) and the Future in Review conference talks with me about the Inkwell Project, the forthcoming FIRe conference, Google and China and the debate about Net Neutrality.
At the Future in Review conference, , general manager, Strategic Development Department, China Mobile Communications, provided some data about her company’s market and the cultural impact on the vast country. Even today, China has more mobile phone subscribers/SMS messengers than the entire population of the U.
US Congressional commission released a study estimating that about 100,000 US jobs will have been shifted in 2004 to China as a result of outsourcing. The study was conducted by two university academics for the US-China Economic and Security Review Commission, a bipartisan panel of experts created by Congress in 2000.
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