U.S. & China agree to stop conducting economic espionage in cyberspace

Ellen Nakashima and Steven Mufson report:

The United States and China have agreed that neither country will conduct economic espionage in cyberspace in a deal that addresses a major source of tension in the bilateral relationship.

The pact also calls for a process aimed at helping to ensure compliance.

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Now if they’d just give back all the non-economic but personally identifiable information they’ve acquired, right?

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