Senators propose law to combat cyber theft

Locals walk in front of 'Unit 61398', a secretive Chinese military unit, in the outskirts of ShanghaiBy Deborah Charles WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A group of senior Republican and Democratic senators proposed a new law on Tuesday to combat computer espionage and the theft of valuable commercial data from U.S. companies. The four powerful senators – Democrats Carl Levin and Jay Rockefeller and Republicans John McCain and Tom Coburn – joined together to launch the Deter Cyber Theft Act. The proposed law aims to combat the theft of intellectual property from U.S. …

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