Tag: China espionage

State-Sponsored Programs the ‘Greatest Strategic Cyber Threat to Canada,’ Says Cybersecurity Centre

The federal cybersecurity centre warns that state-sponsored cyber threat activity from China, Russia, Iran, and North Korea “pose the greatest strategic cyber threats to Canada.” This activity is among five threat narratives considered “the most dynamic and impactful” by the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security (Cyber Centre), part of Canada’s Communications Security Establishment, in its…


LIVE: Fed Ups Interest Rate Amid Inflation; China Tried to Infiltrate Federal Reserve: Report | NTD Business

The Federal Reserve unleashes another big rate hike to try to tame inflation. China reportedly tried to recruit informants in the Federal Reserve. A congressional report says Beijing was trying to build a network of influence. An update on the Twitter-Elon Musk saga: Twitter has set the date for a shareholder vote. It’s one of the…


Fed Ups Interest Rate Amid Inflation; China Tried to Infiltrate Federal Reserve: Report | NTD Business

The Federal Reserve unleashes another big rate hike to try to tame inflation. China reportedly tried to recruit informants in the Federal Reserve. A congressional report says Beijing was trying to build a network of influence. An update on the Twitter-Elon Musk saga: Twitter has set the date for a shareholder vote. It’s one of the…


Fed Ups Interest Rate Amid Inflation; China Tried to Infiltrate Federal Reserve: Rpt | NTD Business

The Federal Reserve unleashes another big rate hike to try to tame inflation. We have analysis. China reportedly tried to recruit informants in the Federal Reserve. A congressional report says Beijing was trying to build a network of influence. Update on the Twitter-Elon Musk saga: Twitter set the date for a shareholder vote. It’s one of…


LIVE: Fed Ups Interest Rate Amid Inflation; China Tried to Infiltrate Federal Reserve: Rpt | NTD Business

The Federal Reserve unleashes another big rate hike to try to tame inflation. We have analysis. China reportedly tried to recruit informants in the Federal Reserve. A congressional report says Beijing was trying to build a network of influence. Update on the Twitter-Elon Musk saga: Twitter set the date for a shareholder vote. It’s one of…


Canada’s Spy Agency Warns Parliamentarians of China’s Influence Operations

For the first time, Canada’s intelligence agency is briefing individual parliamentarians who could be targeted by the clandestine influence operations conducted by China and other authoritarian regimes. John Townsend, a spokesperson for the Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS), told The Globe and Mail that the agency is increasingly alarmed by efforts by Beijing and its…


Chinese Researcher Tang Juan’s Trial Reveals Beijing’s Espionage Strategy

Commentary On July 26, Chinese national Tang Juan will face trial in U.S. Federal Court for lying about her ties to the Chinese military in order to gain access to American universities such as the University of California at Davis. According to a federal criminal complaint filed on June 26, 2020, in the Eastern District of California,…


Commerce Department’s Security Unit Went ‘Rogue’ With Probes, Committed ‘Gross Abuses of Power’: Senate Report

A Senate report on a security unit within the Commerce Department alleged that poor management and weak oversight drove the unit to morph into a “rogue, unaccountable police force” and what whistleblowers described as a “gestapo.” The report (pdf), released by Sen. Roger Wicker (R-Miss.), the top Republican on the Senate Commerce Committee, accused the Investigations…


Chinese National Pleads Guilty in Boston for Smuggling Navy-Sensitive Products to Communist China

A Chinese American permanent resident admitted guilt in a Boston federal court on April 28 for illegally exporting hydrophones as well as other sensitive products and technology out of the United States to a Chinese university that has close ties with the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) military, said the U.S. Justice Department. The same day,…


Chinese National Pleads Guilty in Boston for Smuggling Marine Technology to China

A Chinese American permanent resident admitted guilt in a Boston federal court on April 28 for illegally exporting hydrophones as well as other sensitive products and technology out of the United States to a Chinese university that has close ties with the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) military, said the U.S. Justice Department. The same day,…