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January 2013 News
- Why Most Companies Won't Admit They Were Hacked By Ben Weitzenkorn TechNewsDaily 31 January 2013 -- "The Chinese actually have been blamed for a long time," Smith said. "However, many U.S. multi-nationals, unsurprisingly, have business in China and aims directed at exploiting markets there.
- Iran Reports Lofting Monkey Into Space, Calling It Prelude to Human Flight By William J. Broad The New York Times 28 January 2013 -- “It’s significant in that it shows progress toward manned spaceflight,” he said in an interview.
- Iran May Not Be Behind Bank Cyberattacks, Experts Say By Paul Wagensei TechNewsDaily 11 January 2013 -- "[It] could just as well be a loose group of those sympathetic to Iran and the Middle East and angry as hell at U.S. involvement there," said George Smith, a senior fellow at the Washington, D.C.-based think tank GlobalSecurity.org.
- Satellites Spot China’s Mysterious New Warplane By David Axe Wired.com: Danger Room 04 January 2013 -- But even after that happens, the Y-20 will probably need lots of work. Indeed, when it comes to jet-transport technology Beijing is “falling behind, not catching up,” John Pike...writes in an e-mail to Danger Room.