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Submission + - 15% of the internet routed through China in April (washingtontimes.com)

olsmeister writes: For 18 minutes this past April, 15% of the world's internet traffic was routed through servers in China. This includes traffic from both .gov and .mil US TLD's. Is this related to the recent hacking of gmail accounts that appear to have originated in China? Probably not ... but the moral of the story is, if you're sending sensitive information across the net, make sure it is encrypted.
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