Microsoft, Huawei Join in Cybersecurity Message

Each feeling the heat from the other’s government, the two titans have jointly produced a tech ‘buyers guide’ Microsoft Corp. and Chinese technology giant Huawei Technologies Co. are feeling the heat from each other’s government. Chinese antitrust regulators are investigating Microsoft, and Huawei has been shut out of the U.S….

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U.S. is also guilty of cyberspying

U.S. is guilty of its own cyberspying Writer Eli Lake’s Opinion piece on the hacking of computers at the Democratic National Committee lists reasons to explain why the United States is treating this incident less sternly than cyberattacks by China, Iran and North Korea [“Why Russia gets away with hacking,”…

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Towards a Cyber-Security Treaty

The Democratic National Convention (DNC) leaks revealed last week have presumably reminded many Americans to the severe cyber-threats this country is facing. Particularly alarming were the allegations that Vladimir Putin is behind the hack. Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson raised his concern that Russian hackers might be able to target…

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The hackers that broke into the Democratic Party may show that Russia is really good at cyberspying

Whether the Russian government directed hackers to break into the Democratic National Committee’s servers and steal opposition research on Donald Trump and other documents recently is an open question. But experts said the hacking reflects the latest cyber and traditional espionage that Moscow has been pursuing lately: collecting data surreptitiously,…

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Credit Card Fraud Suspect Sought

City Police asking for the public’s help in identifying a credit card fraud suspect. A woman’s purse was stolen just before noon Friday, August 7th while she was shopping at the Willoughby Food Lion. Police say a man was seen later using the woman’s credit cards at Kroger and Harris…

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