Smarter Marines


China has made it a crime to use the Internet to promote Taiwan’s independence, organize ‘cults’ and spread rumours to manipulate stock prices, state newspapers said recently. A resolution, passed by the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress, also lists slander of individuals and corporations over the Internet, creating and disseminating computer viruses, breaking into national defense networks or tampering with personal E-mail accounts as criminal activities.

DOI: 10.1016/S0167-4048(01)01006-9

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@article{Hancock2001SmarterM, title={Smarter Marines}, author={Bill Hancock}, journal={Computers & Security}, year={2001}, volume={20}, pages={7} }