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Former Cyber Command leader details security threat from China's tech expansion, calls for private-sector regulation

February 06, 2019 |
Mariam Baksh
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The former number-two official at the military’s Cyber Command buttressed the cybersecurity case against the global commercial expansion of Chinese information and communication technology, and suggested a need for requirements on the private sector in defending against the threat associated with Beijing.

"China is unfit to own large chunks of the globe's communication infrastructure, given its extensive surveillance, given its censorship, given the fact that it has for years been stealing intellectual property,” said Lt. Gen. (ret.) William C. Mayville,...


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