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U.S. firm's subidiaries admit role in sending military software to China

There are 2 comments on the CNN story from Jun 28, 2012, titled U.S. firm's subidiaries admit role in sending military software to China. In it, CNN reports that:

A Canadian subsidiary of a U.S.-based multinational firm pleaded guilty in federal court Thursday to illegally sending software to China, which it used in the development of its first advanced attack helicopter, according to the U.S. attorney in Connecticut.

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“My Life Is A Shell Game”

Since: May 07

Lapeer, MI

#1 Jun 28, 2012
Nothing new here. American firms will drop their pants to any Chinese waving a dollar. Also, the Chinese are incapable of developing technologies on their own so they either steal it, purchase it illegally or buy western technology at a store, rewire it and call it their own idea.

Some things never change.
Va te faire le pompier


#2 Jun 28, 2012
The US is to entangled with Canada and UK. Both have very questionable relationship with the enemies of the US.

It is time to be more suspicious of our cousins. I remember when we allowed the Soviets to steal our researc in weaponizing the Oak Ridge enriched uranium facility (Y12)

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