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Column: China, Espionage and the Law of Cyberwar

The massive data breach announced last week of personnel records stored at the U.S. Office of Personnel Management has left many questions unanswered. Among  them: Was the theft of files filled with the private details of 4 million federal employees digital espionage? Or was it something even larger – perhaps an act of cyberwar perpetrated to damage the nation? The OPM attack provides only the latest example of the many ways in which the lines between spying and military action...

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