Did China Hijack Your Email?

Think back to April 8, 2010. What websites did you visit? Did you send out any emails? For 18 minutes around 12 p.m. EST on that that day, approximately 15 percent of the worldwide Internet routes may have been hijacked by China. According to the U.S.-China Economic Security and Review Commission, that's what happened.

Think back to April 8, 2010. What websites did you visit? Did you send out any emails? For 18 minutes around 12 p.m. EST on that that day, approximately 15 percent of the worldwide Internet routes may have been hijacked by China. According to the U.S.-China Economic Security and Review Commission, that's what happened. So that begs the following question: Who saw what you were doing online on April 8, 2010?

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