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Chinese President Xi Jinping speaks during a news conference displayed on a television screen at a shopping area on June 30, 2022 in Hong Kong, China.(Anthony Kwan/Getty Images)

How Xi Jinping leveled-up China’s hacking teams

China's investments in cybersecurity education set the stage for a new, more prolific era of digital espionage.
FBI Director Christopher A. Wray speaks to the media during a news conference at FBI Headquarters, on June 14, 2018 in Washington, DC. Wray told Congress Tuesday that he is “extremely concerned” about the threat posed by the Chinese government’s ownership of TikTok. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

FBI director says he’s ‘extremely concerned’ about China’s ability to weaponize TikTok

Christopher Wray said China could control TikTok's algorithm to support anti-American information operations, posing a serious risk.
A large screen displays United States President Joe Biden, left, and China’s President Xi Jinping during a virtual summit as people walk by during the evening CCTV news broadcast outside a shopping mall on November 16, 2021 in Beijing, China. (Photo by Kevin Frayer/Getty Images)

Chinese influence operation seeks to sow political discord, ‘aggressively’ targets U.S. midterms

China has increased its aggressive actions and rhetoric around politics, other divisive issues, researchers say.
President Biden listens to IBM CEO Arvind Krishna as he tours the IBM facility in Poughkeepsie, New York, on Oct. 6. IBM’s CEO Arvind Krishna announced a $20 billion investment in quantum computing, semiconductor manufacturing and other high-tech areas in its New York state facilities. (Photo by MANDEL NGAN/AFP via Getty Images)

The quantum computing threat is real. Now we need to act.

Washington should strive to become the dominant power in quantum information sciences. Otherwise, the U.S. will be dangerously at risk.
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