What is Copyright in Cyberspace?

China's cyberspace games wear thin  February 16, 2013 – 05:56 am
Copyright In Cyberspace 2: China's cyberspace games wear thin

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The intrusions at the Times and the Journal coincided with an extraordinary period in recent months, during which China's leaders and their extended families were shown by investigative newspaper reports in the papers to have amassed huge fortunes and one of China's most prominent politicians, Bo Xilai, fell from grace in a corruption scandal. [...] there is a growing amount of evidence that it is behind one of history's great heists of intellectual property, a vast and multi-tentacled collection drive aimed at corporations, the U.S. government, universities, stock exchanges and think tanks. The U.S. government spies on China, too, although U.S. intelligence agencies do not steal technology for the private sector.

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