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From: Fred Cohen (fc@all.net)
Date: 2001-05-15 19:25:49

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Chinese intelligence coup: The Washington Times reports that the Chinese
government learned important US intelligence-gathering capabilities from
the downed Navy reconnaissance plane, including that US eavesdroppers
can identify individual Chinese military officers by the sound of their

Shrinking China trade: According to a national poll reported by The
Christian Science Monitor, if the product says 'Made in China,' many
Americans have begun to put it back on the store shelf. 

NSA's public face: Most of the National Security Agency's work remains
hush-hush, but a recent openness around the edges is a departure for the
49-year-old organization jokingly called 'No Such Agency' and perhaps
best known for efforts not to be known at all.


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