Hard to believe? 2 years ago continues cyber-attacks from China were made public by Google. These attacks were targeting major big tech companies within US. Lots of sources claimed that China was attacking American companies for several years and Google was the first one to blow the whistle on the issue. The White House was put in a bad position by Google, they had to condemn the attacks, though they probably didn’t want to do that. After all their economy, thus political life depends on China and its money assets ready to finance Americas debt. So they’ve condemned the attacks, Google got out of China and bloggers, reporters and journalists started digging.
Some pretty amazing facts came to light. Some internet security spec-ops guy started his career protecting government networks against foreign attacks. On that job, he became so preoccupied with the scale of Chinese hacking that a senior military officer told him to stop talking about it, with the gruff explanation that “the reason this is still going on is that the Chinese government now owns us.” Continue reading →
Recently TechCrunch wrote about Apple making deal with a patent troll. The move wasn’t loved by Apples PR office, they transferred their patents to a patent troll, through a company that existed only on paper. Marvelous, Apple is great at designing and selling its products and services, but when it comes to what is on the other side of the fence of Apples company…well it isn’t as beautiful as in Apples products. Continue reading →
So what is the result of these two matters? Untill now, all chinese cars were failing the EuroNCAP tests. The smallest and lightest cars from Europe had better crush-test results, than the biggest and most massive limousines from China. I wonder… is this related to Europe’s affords for Chinese money in crisis? I am not saying that the crush-test itself was a clear fake, but there are dozens of variables in these tests, also sending a few engineers to China would be easier. Or maybe chinese engineers did it all by themselves… Continue reading →