In an NY Times Op-Ed “How China Steals Our Secrets,” Richard Clarke notes: “Under Customs authority, the Department of Homeland Security could inspect what enters and exits the United States in cyberspace. Customs already looks online for child pornography crossing our virtual borders. And under the Intelligence Act, the president could issue a finding that [...]
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by Ramon Krikken | April 3, 2012 | 2 Comments