Untangling China’s Cybersecurity Laws

China has drafted several security laws over the past year that tighten regulation over suppliers of technological equipment and services. Chinese officials say the measures are necessary to national security, allowing them to verify that critical equipment isn’t vulnerable to hacking and to help them track down criminals and fight terrorism. But the rules have…

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Defining a Cyber Act of War

The federal government has a fundamental responsibility to provide for the nation’s defense. Until recently, the government has fulfilled that role almost exclusively through nuclear deterrence and conventional military forces. But a new type of warfare—in cyberspace—is emerging as a top threat to America. In recent years, foreign actors have used sophisticated technologies to acquire…

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