6 industrial espionage is a kind of technology

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6. Industrial espionage is a kind of technology transfer. The video claims the very DNA of Google is being drained by China, and that the U.S. will lose its competitive advantages with respect to China. Do you agree or disagree? Why? How else is technology transferred? Is it possible to stop technology transfer of any kind? At first glance, the video is unshakable that Chinese cyberespionage is a critical danger to the United States. However, the video is ambiguous about precisely what has been stolen, and how critical it truly is to the market achievement of American firms. Additionally, it's one thing to take a modern procedure, or PC code, it's very another to comprehend it, alter it, look after it, and utilize it in a sensible hierarchical and business condition. Advances don't stop and taking an innovation does not enable you to make an innovation. Taking the plans for a F-35 strike contender may abbreviate the improvement time for a nation, all things considered making a F-35 includes many complimentary resources and gifted individuals that can't be stolen. Last, American and European firms deliberately exchange critical advancements to China each time they choose to build up processing plants in China. The focused and business favorable position of China lies not in its fortune trove of stolen protected innovation, yet rather a reasonable, taught urban work compel [Luc16]. References:
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Week 5 – Case Study 4 Constantin, L. (2016, March 17). Cyberespionage groups are stealing digital certificates to sign malware. Retrieved from IDG News Service: - certificates-sign-malware/
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