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Title: Submarine Cables, Espionage, and China
Authors: Malhotra, Ankit
Keywords: Internet cables
Issue Date: 27-Apr-2020
Publisher: Centre for Security and Strategy Studies
Citation: Malhotra, A. (April 27, 2020) Submarine Cables, Espionage, and China. Centre for Security and Strategy Studies
Abstract: Deep in the oceans rest the arteries and veins which pump life into the 21st century as it did in the 19th and even 18th Century. These essentials are also, or, rather officially known as submarine cables. These cables are spread over 750 miles and are anchored to the sea floor connecting the world above them. Many cables are laid cross seas and oceans, traversing international waters and national boundaries. As human population and information surges in the 21st century knowledge is power, and internet is one medium for it. But, one might wonder, who owns this information?
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