Chinese intelligence officer gets 20 years for spying
On November 16, an intelligence officer accused of spying for the Chinese regime was sentenced to 20 years in prison. The U.S. federal court convicted him on charges related to the theft of trade secrets and electronic espionage. This is the first case in which a Chinese intelligence officer was extradited ...
Professor at US university found smuggling military-tech chips to China
A professor from University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), was convicted of conspiring to illegally export semiconductor chips with missile guidance applications to China, a statement from Department of Justice said. Yi-Chi Shih, 64, an electrical engineer and adjunct professor at UCLA, has been found guilty of multiple federal crimes, including ...
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