A US military report into relations with China has claimed that the Chinese government is developing an information warfare division - a cyber army. The report suggests that the People's Republic of China is developing teams to handle computer network attack, defence and exploitation with a separate section handling electronic countermeasures.
Surely it seems reasonable that any army would have a digital warfare division these days. But then again, just look at what's happening in Estonia.
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