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Lawyer for Navy officer accused in espionage case alleges entrapment by the FBI

Washington Post - ‎1 hour ago‎
The lawyers for a Navy officer accused in one of the military's highest-profile espionage cases in years said Thursday that their client is the victim of entrapment by the FBI, which arrested him after an informant who spoke Mandarin Chinese provided ...
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Bilateral talks may resolve Huawei workers' 'espionage' immigration spat

South China Morning Post - ‎8 hours ago‎
The South China Morning Post reported yesterday that Canadian immigration officials have cited the risk of espionage as they prepared to reject the immigration applications of the two Huawei employees, the first such cases to emerge amid a swirl of ...

Canada cites espionage risk from two Huawei employees, saying it plans to reject their immigration applications

South China Morning Post - ‎May 4, 2016‎
Canada is citing the risk of espionage as it prepares to reject the immigration applications of two Chinese employees of mainland telecom giant Huawei, in the first such cases to emerge amid a swirl of unsubstantiated international spying concerns ...
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Clinton could face Espionage Act indictment

TRUNEWS - ‎3 hours ago‎
(TRUNEWS) Sources close to the FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton's email scandal say she may face indictment through the federal Espionage Act. DC Whispers ,the Washington watchdog blog which reported this latest update, said the threat of the FBI ...
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Security Firm Exposes Secret Iranian Cyber-Espionage Campaign

Softpedia News - ‎13 hours ago‎
Palo Alto Networks, a US-based cyber-security firm, has blown the lid on a cyber-espionage campaign linked to an Iranian hacking group that focused on government and other high-value targets across the world, for the past nine years.

Rights group slams Qatar espionage case court decision

ArabianBusiness.com - ‎14 hours ago‎
Amnesty International has slammed a decision by Qatar's Court of Cassation to uphold the convictions of three Filipino nationals on charges of espionage. The court upheld one life term and two sentences of 15 years' imprisonment, the human rights group ...

Navy: Sailor charged with espionage admitted wrongs during interrogation

Virginian-Pilot - ‎2 hours ago‎
A Taiwanese-born sailor charged with espionage admitted to the crime after he was arrested at Honolulu's airport and was interrogated by Naval Criminal Investigative Service agents, but his attorney says the statement shouldn't be admissible at a trial ...

Is racial bias to blame for the high number of Asian Americans charged with espionage?

Los Angeles Times - ‎May 4, 2016‎
In recent years, federal prosecutors have brought a number of high-profile criminal cases against Asian Americans accused of economic espionage or theft of trade secrets. Announced with great fanfare, many of these cases later collapsed. Is it possible ...
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Democrats Must Rally Around Bernie Sanders Before Clinton Faces Possible Espionage Act Indictments

Huffington Post - ‎May 2, 2016‎
Bernie Sanders will become Democratic nominee, primarily because Hillary Clinton is a brilliant individual, and far too intelligent to simply use a private server for “convenience.

Amnesty calls on Qatar to review espionage trial

Doha News - ‎May 3, 2016‎
An international human rights organization has repeated its calls for an investigation into allegations made by three Filipino men convicted of spying in Qatar that they were tortured while in custody.
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Family of sailor charged with espionage declares he's innocent on website

Virginian-Pilot - ‎May 2, 2016‎
The family of a Taiwanese-born sailor charged with espionage says he's innocent of the crimes the Navy has accused him of, which also include adultery and patronizing a prostitute.

Accused Navy officer innocent of espionage: Attorney

NavyTimes.com - ‎Apr 29, 2016‎
The attorney for a U.S. Navy officer accused of espionage is vowing to fight charges that his client spied for a foreign government and lied to investigators.

Qatar's high court upholds espionage conviction of Filipinos

Doha News - ‎May 2, 2016‎
Qatar's highest court has decided to uphold the conviction of three Filipinos on espionage charges, despite lobbying by human rights activists who said they were tortured.

After Missteps, US Tightens Rules for Espionage Cases

New York Times - ‎Apr 26, 2016‎
John P. Carlin, the Justice Department's top national security prosecutor, reorganized his staff in Washington in recent years to focus more aggressively on preventing theft of America's trade secrets.

Exclusive: Go behind the scenes of espionage thriller London Spy

Gay Times Magazine - ‎May 4, 2016‎
As London Spy makes its way to DVD we've got an exclusive behind the scenes look for you. London Spy Revealed is a featurette filmed around the brilliant espionage thriller, which includes interviews with the show's stars and off-camera footage ...
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Taiwan Readies for Fresh Wave of Espionage by China

Voice of America - ‎Apr 28, 2016‎
Taiwan's incoming ruling party is signaling its intention to get tougher on espionage by China as cross-strait relations sour and increased contact between the two sides makes spying easier.
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Family of Sailor Charged with Espionage Declares He's Innocent

Military.com - ‎May 3, 2016‎
The family of a Taiwanese-born sailor charged with espionage says he's innocent of the crimes the Navy has accused him of, which also include adultery and patronizing a prostitute.
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The Unpleasant Truth About Chinese Espionage

Observer - ‎Apr 22, 2016‎
Chinese espionage against the United States is in the news again. Recently in this column I explained the sensational case of Edward Lin, the Taiwanese immigrant turned U.S.

US Uses Sensationalized Tale of Espionage on Accused Taiwan-born Spy, Supporters Say

The News Lens (press release) (registration) - ‎May 4, 2016‎
The Bring Eddy Home website says after taking Lin into custody in September 2015, the government has taken its time “to create a conventional, easy-to-digest, sensationalized tale of espionage, misdirection, and sexual perversion.” The government's ...

Hacker Group Exploits 'Hot Patching' In Windows To Cloak Cyber Espionage

Dark Reading - ‎Apr 29, 2016‎
A cyber espionage group is using an advanced persistent threat technique that exploits an obscure Windows OS feature known as “hot patching” to cloak backdoors they have created in targeted systems and networks of government agencies and ...
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