Report: U.S. May Escalate Response to Chinese Cyberespionage
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published April 22, 2013
The Obama administration is said to be considering sanctions or even cyberattacks of its own.
Tags: China, State Department, hacking, cyberattack, cyber espionage, U.S.
Clinton Outlines Internet Freedom Agenda
By Kenneth Corbin | Article Published February 15, 2011
Amid recent flare-ups in Egypt, Iran and other nations, Secretary of State calls for repressive regimes to end Web censorship and surveillance, pledging support for activist groups working to evade state-imposed filters.
Tags: security, State Department, Internet censorship, Obama administration, Egypt
Net Censorship Central to U.S. Foreign Policy
By Kenneth Corbin | Article Published June 11, 2010
Senior official at State Department say that Internet freedom has become a cornerstone of U.S. foreign policy as governments increasingly try to limit information.
Tags: Google, China, censorship, Internet freedom, State Department