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California Software Maker's Fortunes Track Dispute With Chinese Gov't 94

Posted by timothy
from the shame-if-somethin'-was-to-happen dept.
concealment writes "For three years, a group of hackers from China waged a relentless campaign of cyber harassment against Solid Oak Software Inc., Milburn's family-owned, eight-person firm in Santa Barbara, California. The attack began less than two weeks after Milburn publicly accused China of appropriating his company's parental filtering software, CYBERsitter, for a national Internet censoring project. And it ended shortly after he settled a $2.2 billion lawsuit against the Chinese government and a string of computer companies last April."
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California Software Maker's Fortunes Track Dispute With Chinese Gov't

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