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Chinese spies engaged in mass theft of US technology. - Chinese spies are stealing classified

Posted: Apr 17th, 2018 - 2:56 am

information from United States universities, security experts testified before Congress on Wednesday. They warned that Chinese researchers and students are passing on artificial intelligence, robotics and other cutting-edge technologies to their homeland.

“China has a government-directed, multifaceted secret program whose primary task is technology acquisition, as well as a highly refined strategy to develop and exploit access to advantageous information through the global telecommunications infrastructure,” said former national counterintelligence executive Michelle Van Cleave.

To stop China from stealing classified information, Van Cleave recommends the U.S. go on the offensive against foreign spies. She laments the fact that former President Barack Obama weakened counterintelligence efforts by dividing America’s counterspy program into individual departments.

Van Cleave continued: “The national head of counterintelligence was rebranded director of a security and CI center, his duties further dissipated by the fixation on leaks and insider threats driven by the grievous harm done by Snowden, Manning, et al.” She was referring to whistleblowers Edward Snowden and Bradley Manning.

China continues to use agents, front companies and joint research ventures to steal American technology. These espionage activities are helping to undermine U.S. economic and military superiority.

To accomplish its large-scale technology theft, China is using some of the 350,000 Chinese students in the U.S. for intelligence work.

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