Google May Leave China

The U.S. will issue a formal protest to the Chinese government demanding an explanation for the cyber attack on Google Inc. that the company says originated from China. Google revealed that it had fallen prey to a series of cyber attacks originating from China believing the attackers wanted access to the e-mail accounts of Chinese human rights activists and attempting economic espionage. McAfee Labs, which has analyzed the attacks on Google and other companies, said that the hackers had deployed highly sophisticated “advanced persistent threats” that in the past were primarily used against governments. The attack on one company, concluding that it was supported and possibly choreographed by the Chinese government, alleging that China’s military, the People’s Liberation Army, is responsible of cyber spying. It is unclear exactly where the attacks came from, and Google was careful not to directly accuse the Chinese government of orchestrating them.  The scale and sophistication of the cyber attacks is raising national security concerns that the Asian superpower is escalating its industrial efforts on the Internet. The attacks on Google and several dozen other companies have alarmed government officials and lawmakers who warned that the U.S. might already be losing the battle to protect the nation’s cyber infrastructure. Google knew four years ago when it started its operation in China that operations would be censored and agreed accordingly. For example: search on the Chinese version of Google for the terms “Tiananmen Square,” “Tibet” or “Falun Gong” and you’ll get nothing.

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