Obama administration reportedly considering fines, trade penalties for cybertheft – Fox News


Sydney Morning Herald

Obama administration reportedly considering fines, trade penalties for cybertheft
Fox News
WASHINGTON – The White House is reportedly considering fines and other trade penalties against China or any other country guilty of cyberattacks amid evidence of an unrelenting cyber espionage campaign linked to the Chinese government.
China's Online ThievesWall Street Journal
Hackers have been 'let off the leash' by Chinese governmentTelegraph.co.uk
Attacks originating from US rank first among overseas hackings in China: FMXinhua
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Claims of Chinese military cyber attacks on US companies – ABC Online


Brisbane Times

Claims of Chinese military cyber attacks on US companies
ABC Online
TIM PALMER: A secretive unit within the Chinese military has been accused of mounting large-scale cyber attacks on American companies. People's Liberation Army unit 61398 is said to be based in a drab-looking Shanghai tower block from where it collects
Attacks originating from US rank first among overseas hackings in China: FMXinhua
Hacking Campaign, Seen as Linked to China's Army, Targets US Industry and New York Times (blog)
China's military denies hacking allegationsCNN
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Report ties cyberattacks on US computers to Chinese military – Washington Post


Washington Post

Report ties cyberattacks on US computers to Chinese military
Washington Post
BEIJING — A U.S. security firm has linked China's military to cyberattacks on more than 140 U.S. and other foreign corporations and entities, according to a report released Tuesday. The 60-page study by investigators at the Alexandria-based Mandiant
Chinese military linked to hacking group targeting USFox News
US Security Company Tracks Hacking To Chinese Army UnitNPR
China Lashes Back at Hacking ClaimsWall Street Journal
Slate Magazine (blog) –Forbes –New York Times
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Security group suspects Chinese military is behind hacking attacks – Reuters


Sky News Australia

Security group suspects Chinese military is behind hacking attacks
Reuters
By Ben Blanchard and Joseph Menn. BEIJING/SAN FRANCISCO | Tue Feb 19, 2013 3:36am EST. BEIJING/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – A secretive Chinese military unit is believed to be behind a series of hacking attacks, a U.S. computer security company
China Army May Back Cyber Attacks, US Security Company SaysBloomberg
Report ties 100-plus cyber attacks on US computers to Chinese militaryWashington Post
China military unit 'behind prolific hacking'BBC News
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What’s the holdup on the Keystone pipeline? – Fox News


Toronto Star

What's the holdup on the Keystone pipeline?
Fox News
118 months ago was very much in favor of this a vote in the senate last year. Was 56 to 42. A Canadian ambassador talking about the keystone XL pipeline which still is in limbo saying the US should want oil from a reliable ally and — you see the chart.
MU students join DC protest against KXL PipelineUM Maneater
Environmental activists rally to block Keystone planNYU Washington Square News
Thousands protest Keystone XL pipelineSan Francisco Chronicle
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Now ship from the UAE with Aramex

Although I’ve stopped using Aramex for their increased prices and long delays, i’ve found out from our friend @How2Q8 that Aramex are providing  a UAE address.

 

Called up Aramex and it turns out that the cost is exactly what they charge from shipping from the US and UK (somehow i feel they are ripping us off – might be the distance from Kuwait to UAE?!).

 

They charge you 3.5 KD for the first 1/2 Kilogram, then 2.75 KD for every additional KG.

 

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