- - Monday, June 8, 2015

Communist China has reportedly stolen 4 million past and present U.S. government employees’ personnel information. The potential damage to our security is immense, prompting two concerns in particular.
First, it underscores that the Chinese are waging against us what they call “unrestricted warfare.” To date, this has involved using asymmetric techniques. In addition to cyber-enabled intelligence collection and recruitment, these include currency manipulation and other forms of economic warfare and taking steps to control the strategic South China Sea.

Second, Americans should not be required to give the government immense amounts of personal data – from our children’s DNA and educational performance to our health histories.

If the feds can’t prevent their own information from being ripped off by the Chinese or others, why would ours be safe in the government’s computers?



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