Google vs. China: Cyberwarfare in a Brave New World

Published January 13, 2010 | 8 responses so far
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Things just got a little more interesting in the world of cyberpolitics. Google revealed today that they’ve detected a sophisticated attack on their infrastructure originating from China back in December, an attack which they say impacted more than twenty other large companies in various sectors. Specifically, the attackers attempted to access Gmail accounts of Chinese
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Marzieh Ghiasi

Coming into intelligence

Published November 01, 2007 | No responses yet
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Coming Into Intelligence I understood pain when I was a child, When black scarves signified Red Baron dash Or licorice-flavoured savagery In a no-man’s-land of trash and smashed glass Where torn, dirty pictures sliced open flesh And kids stoned slow dummies or spat up bugs. I understood pain in the sketches of war – The
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Marzieh Ghiasi

From the Genocide Intervention Network

Published April 27, 2007 | No responses yet
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This was an email that was forwarded to me from the Genocide Intervention Network [wiki]. The organization is American oriented, however, they have a very global platform and have been very sucessful lobbying in Washington for populations affected in unstable regions. I like their focus, and I hope that more advocacy groups like this begin
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Marzieh Ghiasi