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  • China is developing covert cyberweapons to hijack US satellites

    This conclusion is drawn from the leaked files of the Pentagon.

    According to CBS News, US intelligence believes that Beijing may be developing cyber technologies that allow China to intercept and use Western satellite channels for its own purposes.

    The channel is based on an analysis of leaked secret Pentagon documents and points to the possibility of Chinese development of tools for cyber attacks, the purpose of which is to block, intercept and use Western satellite channels and networks, as well as possible control over them.

    Also, US State Department Special Envoy Nathaniel Fick, who is responsible for digital policy, said that Washington does not support the idea of concluding an agreement that would control offensive actions in cyberspace.

    When asked by journalists, Fick said that the US government does not plan to conclude multilateral or bilateral agreements aimed at limiting cyberspace by analogy with arms control agreements. He stressed that the United States applies existing international law to the digital realm and is not advocating new treaties that specifically stipulate rules in the digital realm.

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