Cliff Stoll and Jonathan Zittrain on When Countries Collide Online: Internet Spies, Cyberwar, and Government Skullduggery

February 8th, 2010

With the Internet woven into the fabric of all governmental activities, it’s not surprising to find many international espionage agencies shadowing targets online and performing remote wiretapping. Occasionally, these break into the news, such as recent cases where the email overseas Chinese dissidents has been targeted by overseas operatives. How far have these activities gone? How far might they go? What are the legal implications of state sponsored network espionage?

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