Beijing, China (4E) – China has responded to charges its state-backed firms are stealing American semiconductor technologies by saying U.S. countermoves violate world Trade Organization (WTO) rules.
That obsolete smartphone stashed away in a drawer or closet may not look like a national security risk, but the Trump administration is contemplating treating it as one.
IBM and data storage firm Seagate have announced a joint initiative to fight counterfeit hard drives using blockchain technology, according to a press release shared with Cointelegraph Nov. 8.
A Canadian e-scrap operator has filed a defamation lawsuit against the Basel Action Network (BAN) after the Seattle-based watchdog group accused the business of exporting electronics to developing nations.
A day after the U.S. Department of Justice announced a new initiative to
more aggressively pursue cases of Chinese espionage, it announced that
prosecutors filed new charges in a previously announced case of a
Chinese national seeking to illegally export U.S. military technology to
The Justice Department has charged a Chinese firm controlled by its government with the theft of semiconductor technology trade secrets worth nearly $9 billion. The grand-jury indictments were announced on Nov. 1, along with an initiative to counter what the agency called a growing threat of industrial espionage led by the Chinese government.
For months and even years, the electronics industry has been trying to
raise awareness and agree upon definitions on block chain. At the same
time, use cases remain rare but that may be on the cusp of changing as a
few early adopters blaze the trail.
First announced in June 2017, DARPA’s Electronics Resurgence Initiative
(ERI) – a five-year, upwards of $1.5B investment in the future of
domestic electronic systems – is rolling out the second phase of its
A federal grand jury indicted a state-owned enterprise of the People’s Republic of China (PRC), a Taiwan company, and three individuals, charging them with crimes related to a conspiracy to steal, convey, and possess stolen trade secrets of an American semiconductor company for the benefit of a company controlled by the PRC government.
A U.S. Senate committee asked the FBI and Department of Homeland Security for a classified briefing on a report saying China’s intelligence services used subcontractors to plant malicious chips in Super Micro Computer Inc. server motherboards.