Facing charges of espionage, former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden is headed to Russia. Various press reports suggest that he’ll end up in Cuba, Ecuador or Iceland.
The Obama administration isn’t afraid to call out Hong Kong.
The U.S. government has charged PRISM-leaker Edward Snowden with espionage and is asking Hong Kong to arrest him as he is considered a flight risk.
It’s probably time for a sit down.
Employees of LG Electronics have been accused of corporate spying by fellow Korean electronics giant — and fierce competitor – Samsung. The dispute is related to display technologies for mobile devices such as smartphones, for which Samsung has 98 percent worldwide share.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry said a new U.S. government report on cyber espionage was “unprofessional and irresponsible”. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei made the statement today at a press conference in Beijing.