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U.S.-China Renew Cybersecurity Vow Not to Hack Each Other

Bloomberg BNA

06 Oct 2017

In the Bloomberg BNA article “U.S.-China Renew Cybersecurity Vow Not to Hack Each Other,” Morrison & Foerster Global Risk & Crisis Management chair John P. Carlin advises that companies “should be cautiously optimistic” about the joint cybersecurity discussions being held by the U.S. and China, and that “it would be a positive to businesses in both countries.”

Cybercrime, including theft of intellectual property and trade secrets, is a significant issue for companies in the U.S. and China, so reaching these types of agreements—even where there are other diplomatic differences—is a good sign, he said.

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