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Looks Like Huawei Might Be Screwed This Time [Update: Huawei Responded]

The Department of Justice announced on Thursday that it was unsealing a superseding indictment against Chinese tech giant Huawei, charging the company and several of its affiliates under a law traditionally used to take down sprawling criminal syndicates that operated under multiple layers of secrecy.Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Crime, China, Espionage, Department Of Justice, Sanctions, Huawei, Racketeering, Trade War, Corporate Espionage, US China Trade War, Trade Theft


Looks Like Huawei Might Be Screwed This Time

The Department of Justice announced on Thursday that it was unsealing a superseding indictment against Chinese tech giant Huawei, charging the company and several of its affiliates under a law traditionally used to take down sprawling criminal syndicates that operated under multiple layers of secrecy.Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Crime, China, Espionage, Department Of Justice, Sanctions, Huawei, Racketeering, Trade War, Corporate Espionage, US China Trade War, Trade Theft


Chinese Tech Giant Huawei Plans to Sue the US Government: Report

Chinese telecom firm Huawei has recently come under intense pressure in the U.S. to prove that the company isn’t spying for the Chinese government. But if a new report is accurate, Huawei is ready to push back. Hard.Read more...
Tags: Security, Science, Privacy, Nsa, China, US, Fraud, National Security, Cia, Donald Trump, Huawei, Doj, Prism, Kafkaesque, 5g, New Cold War


Huawei Now Just Trolling U.S. by Dredging Up Edward Snowden

“Prism, prism on the wall, who’s the most trustworthy of them all?” said Huawei’s rotating chairman Guo Ping on stage on Tuesday at Mobile World Congress 2019. But Guo wasn’t talking about Snow White. He was poking fun at the massive surveillance programs maintained by the United States.Read more...
Tags: Science, China, Russia, Cold War, United States, Edward Snowden, National Security, Huawei, Mobile World Congress, New Cold War, Soviet Union, T Mobile, Guo, Ren Zhengfei, Corporate Espionage, Guo Ping


Another Apple engineer accused of stealing autonomous vehicle secrets for China

For the second time in 6 months, the FBI is accusing a Chinese national engineer who worked for Apple of stealing Apple trade secrets related to self-driving cars, to help a China-based competitor. Michael Bott, NBC Bay Area: Apple began investigating Jizhong Chen when another employee reported seeing the engineer taking photographs in a sensitive work space, according to a federal criminal complaint unsealed this week. Chen, according to the complaint, allowed Apple Global Security employees ...
Tags: Apple, Post, Business, Technology, News, Mac, Law, China, Tech, US news, Fbi, Zhang, Chen, NBC Bay Area, Picks, Corporate Espionage


DOJ Charges China's Huawei, Alleging Fraud, Obstruction of Justice, and Theft of Trade Secrets

The U.S. Justice Department on Monday announced two indictments against the Chinese telecommunications firm Huawei, which it said is accused of theft of trade secrets, obstructing justice, and lying to banks over its alleged non-compliance with U.S. sanctions against Iran.Read more...
Tags: Science, Iran, Huawei, U S Justice Department, Corporate Espionage, DOJ Charges China, Huawei Alleging Fraud Obstruction of Justice


Nine Charged in Plot to Steal Samsung's Most-Hyped Phone Technology

While the jury is still out on how practical bendy phone screens will be, the tech behind them is still one of the most lucrative trade secrets in the industry. So it probably doesn’t come as a surprise to hear that the CEO of a Samsung supplier and eight employees have been charged by South Korean officials for…Read more...
Tags: Science, China, Samsung, Smartphones, Trade Secrets, Consumer Tech, Corporate Espionage, Bendy Corporate Espionage, Tech Secrets


Canadian Intelligence warns against buying tech from state-owned companies

According to documents obtained by the Canadian Press, the Canadian government has been warning against investing in technology served up by state-owned companies as it's highly likely that the hardware could be used as a conduit for corporate espionage. From The Globe & Mail: The RCMP organized two workshops last March — one in Calgary, the other in Toronto — to raise awareness about threats to critical systems, including espionage and foreign interference, cyberattacks, terrorism and sabotage,...
Tags: Post, Technology, News, China, US, Toronto, Intelligence, Canada, Huawei, Calgary, Electronic Frontier Foundation, RCMP, Mounties, The Canadian Press, Canadian Press, Huawei Technologies


U.S. Indicts Chinese Hacker-Spies in Conspiracy to Steal Aerospace Secrets

The U.S. Justice Department has charged two Chinese intelligence officers, six hackers, and two aerospace company insiders in a sweeping conspiracy to steal confidential aerospace technology from U.S. and French companies.Read more...
Tags: Security, Science, China, U S Justice Department, Deep Panda, Corporate Espionage


Microsoft Kept Secret That Its Bug-Tracking Database Was Hacked In 2013

It was not just Yahoo among "Fortune 500" companies who tried to keep a major data breach incident secret. Reportedly, Microsoft had also suffered a data breach four and a half years ago (in 2013), when a "highly sophisticated hacking group" breached its bug-reporting and patch-tracking database, but the hack was never made public until today. According to five former employees of the [Author: [email protected] (Mohit Kumar)]
Tags: Microsoft, Yahoo, Tech, Hacking News, Data Breach, Cyber Espionage, Cyber Attack, Mohit Kumar, Corporate Espionage, Bug Tracking System, Patch Management Software


SEC Discloses Hackers Broke Into Edgar Corporate Filing System Last Year

This month has been full of breaches. Now, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the top U.S. markets regulator, has disclosed that hackers managed to hack into its financial document filing system and may have illegally profited from the stolen information. On Wednesday, the SEC announced that its officials learnt last month that a previously detected 2016 cyber attack, which [Author: [email protected] (Mohit Kumar)]
Tags: Tech, Hacking News, Cyber Espionage, SEC, Cyber Attack, Mohit Kumar, Securities and Exchange Commission SEC, Corporate security, Corporate Espionage, Trade Secret Hack, Trade Secret Theft


Uber Fired Its Robocar Guru, But Its Legal Fight With Google Goes On

Dumping the engineer at the heart of a legal battle with Google's Waymo doesn't indemnify the ridehailing giant. The post Uber Fired Its Robocar Guru, But Its Legal Fight With Google Goes On appeared first on WIRED.
Tags: Google, Transportation, Uber, Tech, Self-driving Cars, Waymo, Corporate Espionage


Uber Scores a Win, But Its Brawl With Waymo Ain’t Over Yet

But the court orders former Google engineer Anthony Levandowski, accused of stealing self-driving trade secrets, to stop working on lidar projects. The post Uber Scores a Win, But Its Brawl With Waymo Ain't Over Yet appeared first on WIRED.
Tags: Google, Transportation, Uber, Tech, Autonomous Vehicles, Waymo, Anthony Levandowski, Corporate Espionage


Google’s Fight Against Uber Takes a Turn for the Criminal

Uber self-driving head Anthony Levandowski faces even hotter water. The post Google's Fight Against Uber Takes a Turn for the Criminal appeared first on WIRED.
Tags: Google, Transportation, Uber, Tech, Department Of Justice, Waymo, Anthony Levandowski, Corporate Espionage


Judge in Waymo Dispute Lets Uber’s Self-Driving Program Live—for Now

The self-driving car battle enters its papers-and-lawyers phase. The post Judge in Waymo Dispute Lets Uber's Self-Driving Program Live---for Now appeared first on WIRED.
Tags: Google, Transportation, Uber, Tech, Autonomous Vehicles, Alphabet, Waymo, Corporate Espionage


A Simple Theory for Uber’s Waymo Mess: Plain Old Sloppiness

Waymo's lawsuit alleging an Uber employee stole its self-driving car tech could be the case of a startup acquisition gone very, very awry. The post A Simple Theory for Uber's Waymo Mess: Plain Old Sloppiness appeared first on WIRED.
Tags: Google, Transportation, Uber, Autonomous Vehicles, Waymo, Corporate Espionage


Google Tries to Run Uber Off the Road—in Court

If a judge blocks Uber from using allegedly stolen autonomous driving tech, it could devastate the transportation company. The post Google Tries to Run Uber Off the Road—in Court appeared first on WIRED.
Tags: Google, Transportation, Uber, Autonomous Vehicles, Corporate Espionage


Google’s Robocar Lawsuit Could Kill Uber’s Future and Send Execs to Prison

Financial penalties could cross the billion mark, and execs could spend years behind bars. The post Google's Robocar Lawsuit Could Kill Uber's Future and Send Execs to Prison appeared first on WIRED.
Tags: Google, Transportation, Uber, Autonomous Vehicles, Corporate Espionage


Google’s Lawsuit Against Uber Revolves Around Frickin’ Lasers

Google spent years developing its lidar system—and says Uber stole the whole thing. The post Google’s Lawsuit Against Uber Revolves Around Frickin' Lasers appeared first on WIRED.
Tags: Google, Transportation, Uber, Autonomous Vehicles, Corporate Espionage, Lawsuit Against Uber Revolves Around Frickin


Google’s Waymo Accuses Uber of Stealing Its Autonomous Secrets

Waymo is suing over claims that a former employee stole the design for one of its LIDAR systems and brought it to a competitor. The alleged theft of Waymo’s intellectual property came to light after the company was accidentally privy to an email chain that described an Uber design for a LIDAR circuit board that […] The post Google’s Waymo Accuses Uber of Stealing Its Autonomous Secrets appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Google, Uber, Autonomous, Autos, Autonomous Vehicles, Lidar, Legal Action, Legal Matters, Otto, Self Driving, News Blog, Waymo, Corporate Espionage


Google Accuses Uber of Stealing Its Self-Driving Car Tech

Until today, the race to build a self-driving car seemed to hinge on who had the best technology. Now it's become a case of full-blown corporate intrigue. The post Google Accuses Uber of Stealing Its Self-Driving Car Tech appeared first on WIRED.
Tags: Google, Transportation, Uber, Autonomous Vehicles, Alphabet, Waymo, Corporate Espionage