Interesting article on how companies essentially allowed Chinese hacking to run rampant. What incentive would they have to stop? Also, yet another classic case of chasing short term profits at the expense of long term ones. https://www.npr.org/2019/04/12/7117...s-turned-a-blind-eye?utm_source=pocket-newtab Yet an investigation by NPR and the PBS television show Frontline into why three successive administrations failed to stop cyberhacking from China found an unlikely obstacle for the government — the victims themselves. Government and business leaders interviewed by NPR and Frontline said individual companies were making millions of dollars in China over the past decade and a half and didn't want to hurt short-term profits by coming forward. They demanded secrecy, even in the face of outright theft.