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Continental footballers seems to relish the play-acting to 'win' penalties and red cards from the opposition - its endemic, and I think the Chinese culture-of-copy is the same. Add to that the regime there, always manoevering to keep control and fiercely
competitive with the West and they will use all means possible to get information (remember, China does not have the powerhouse of education and thinktanks and R&D that the West has, but they have smart people that want acess to it). Its always been this
way between people, its just that here we suspect coordination by the government, which in China claims to be the people. In short - it wont stop, ever, whoever is doing it.
Who knows what backdoor code and trojans exist in Chinese and many other software products. Laying there latent until triggered by time or event. Never detected during testing. Buried in the compiled core and not open to inspection. But when cost comes
first, procurement don't seem to value the element of trustability.
Interesting perspective. People Power is an advantage as well as an disadvantage for BRIC mainly China. Its not just the production but also consumption, for instance, we read Apple's ipad consumption fears in china at the same time as exploiting labor in
I am personally quite surprised & impressed at how a huge nation like China has come together internally and has become a mega factory especially with language barriers to meet the ever growing demands of the west.
NCCGroup's data says.. Russia has over 12% of global hacks originating there, compared to just 3.5% in the previous findings. This huge leap has cemented its position in 3rd, behind the United States and China. There was also a significant rise in hacks
from the Netherlands, up from 3.1% to over 11%, moving it into 4th place in the hacking chart. And UK is on 7th position.
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