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U.S. Steel drops cyber espionage charge against Chinese company

February 17, 2017 |
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U.S. Steel has filed a motion to withdraw a trade-secrets theft claim against a Chinese manufacturer in a case at the U.S. International Trade Commission, with the iconic American steelmaker suggesting that “corporate victim[s]” of state-sponsored cyber espionage face undue burdens in proving a case under current law.

"Urgent action is required to reform the current legal regime, and to compel the government to reorganize itself to meet the challenges of state-sponsored cyber-espionage and to commit government resources to address...


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