The drumbeat hasn't stopped.
Not only has China's Central TV been running regular follow ups to its March 15 expose on Apple's (AAPL) iPhone repair policies, but on Thursday People's Daily -- the Communist Party's official propaganda organ -- attacked the company for the fourth day in a row, devoting half a page to negative articles.
A top Chinese university collaborated on technical research papers with a People's Liberation Army unit (PLA), allegedly responsible for cyberattacks on Western commercial targets.
According to a report Sunday, Reuters found at least three papers--easily accessible online--on computer network security and intrusion detection, co-authored by faculty members of Shanghai Jiaotong University and the PLA Unit 61398. The army unit was identified as an operational unit actively engaged in cyberespionage by U.S.-based security firm Mandiant last month.
Finally, there appears to be real alarm in the White House over Chinese cyberattacks. The president recently summoned top corporate leaders to the White House to discuss this growing threat even as he dispatched newly appointed Treasury Secretary Jack Lew to confront his counterparts in Beijing. Here's what the president should be telling the American people.
In response to what Taiwan claims is a growing cyber threat from China, it has set up a unit to create a comprehensive Internet shield against hackers, the country's intelligence chief has said.
Tsai Teh-sheng, head of the island's National Security Bureau, described the perceived cyber threat from China as 'very severe', after he was asked to evaluate it in parliament by Kuomintang legislator Lin Yu-fang.
An elite unit of Chinese hackers that allegedly waged a massive cyber-espionage campaign against U.S. companies has attempted to clean up their online presence after being identified in a public report by information security firm Mandiant.