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Internet 'Hijacking'


By jimstaro - Posted on 27 November 2010

AIR DATE: Nov. 26, 2010 China's Internet 'Hijacking' Creates Worries for Security Experts

 

SUMMARY An 18-minute diversion of Internet traffic through China has raised security concerns around the world -- especially for governments and people in critical infrastructure -- and raises new concerns for online shoppers just ahead of Cyber Monday. Transcript

 

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