Trade and National Security

Port Protection

National Security
Congressional Comission Focuses on China and Cyberwar Capability
Chinese National Charged With Stealing Ford Trade Secrets
Which should Come First WTO or US Trade Law
China Expands Cyberspying in US Report Says Port Security
President Obama Signs Bill Boosting Customs Funding
Bill Eases Pressure on Cargo Scanning October 21, 2009
No Permission Slips Needed in Trade Policy September 16, 2009
Trade Role on National Security Sparks Debate in the Senate August 5, 2009
At Ports Security vs Trade
Sensitive U S Technology Can Be Exported Easily June 23, 2009
Counterfeiter Chu Gets 97 Month Sentence China Espionage

Dupont Charges Industrial Espionage September 7, 2009
Chinese National Sentenced for Committing Economic Espionage
Power Grid at Risk from Hackers April 9, 2009
Electricity Industry to scan Grid for Spies June 18, 2009 The Google Situation
Google Case is the Lightning Rod for Rights advocates Jan 14, 2010
Chinese human rights activists have Google emails hacked Jan 15, 2010
Google admits Chinese human rights activists Gmail accounts were hacked Jan 13, 2010
Security specialist has evidence of Chinese attack on Google Jan 21,2010
Google attack puts spotlight on red hackers Jan 21, 2010

Cyberbattle Who will blink first Jan 21, 2010
Google-China cyber espionage saga  FAQ Jan 21, 2010
US plans formal complaint over Google attacks Jan 15, 2010
Week in review: Google slams China censorship Jan 15, 2010
What next for Google in China Jan 21, 2010
Don’t buy Chinese Jan 21, 2010
Free Trade vs National Security
Free Trade Fast Track and National Security
The Thin Line Between Espionage and Commerce
UAE Case Highlights Spyware Innovations