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Cyber-security risks test U.S. government preparedness

Interview

Cyber-security risks test U.S. government preparedness

We take a look beyond the headlines at increasing concerns over cyber-security, a problem that was recently highlighted by an online assault on Google from China. This event added to fears about a digital attack that could cripple the information superhighway. For more, Martin Savidge interviews James Lewis.

Posted: February 22, 2010 16:46   Comments: 3
China and U.S. escalate spat over Google and web controls

How You See It

China and U.S. escalate spat over Google and web controls

Today the Chinese government criticized Hillary Clinton's call for China and other countries to stop censoring web content, including Google searches. Those restrictions have prompted Google to threaten to pull out of China. China's Foreign Ministry has urged the U.S. to "respect facts and stop using so-called freedom of the internet to make unjustified accusations."

Posted: January 22, 2010 13:51   Comments: 39
For Google Maps, diplomacy trumps geography

In the Newsroom

For Google Maps, diplomacy trumps geography

Google has customized their Maps application to reflect border disputes around the world. While border disputes predate the Internet -- and are unlikely to go away any time soon -- Google has at least managed a temporary diplomatic resolution in cyberspace.

Posted: November 3, 2009 12:18   Comments: 2

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