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Chinese Hackers Stole the Dalai Lama's Emails

More research into last year's GhostNet spy network has revealed that the Dalai Lama's email account was hacked....

Preparing For A New Dalai Lama.

4 years agoReligion : The Revealer

Speculation has long been underway on what political conflicts will arise between Tibet and China when the former transitions to a new Dalai Lama. Tibet Talk writes that the Chinese government has accused the current spiritual leader of Tibet of...

Chinese Hackers Broke Into The Dalai Lama's Email Account [Security]

4 years agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Turns out even His Holiness, with Buddha on his side, can't protect himself against Chinese hackers, with 11 months of his personal emails being monitored according to new security reports. More »

Canadian researchers uncover China-based online spy network

Ottawa: A China-based network stole Indian military secrets, hacked the Dalai Lama's office and computers around the world in an elaborate cyber espionage scheme, Canadian researchers said Tuesday. Researchers at the University of Toronto's...Show More Summary

China-Based Hackers May Have Used Twitter, Google to Attack Dalai Lama, UN

A group of researchers has linked a huge, China-based cyber espionage ring to the theft of thousands of documents — including classified information, visa applications, and personal identities — from “politically sensitive targets” around...Show More Summary

Groundbreaking cyber espionage report released; Identifies Dalai Lama as target

Information security experts have released a report documenting a complex ecosystem of cyber espionage that systematically targeted and compromised computer systems in India, the Offices of the Dalai Lama, the United Nations and several other countries.

Chinese Hackers Snatch Confidential Documents and Dalai Lama's E-mails

Computers, Web In what will only increase tensions between China and the rest of the world, a new report from researchers at the University of Toronto claims a 'Shadow Network' in the Asian nation was responsible for a series of high-level hacks against India's government. Show More Summary

Shadow Network Hacker Operation Steals Dalai Lama Emails

Turning the tables on a China-based computer espionage gang, Canadian and United States computer security researchers have monitored a spying operation for the past eight...

Dalai Lama Tickets Now On Sale

Tickets for the Dalai Lama’s October appearances at Emory went on sale this morning at 10am, but the direct link from Emory is currently broken. Here are some working links to purchase tickets from TicketAlternative’s website. H.H. The Dalai Lama – Summit On Happiness (Oct 17th) H.H. The Dalai Lama – Compassion Meditation (Oct 18th) International Conference on [...]

China marks Serfs Emancipation Day

On 28 March 2010, China celebrates the anniversary of serf emancipation. In May 1951, the Communist troops of Mao Zedong liberated Tibet which was ruled at the time by Dalai Lama Tenzin Gyatso, allied to Chang Kai-shek's Kuomintang. The theocratic regime had subjected 90% of the population to feudal serfdom. Show More Summary

Chinese get Google search results, but can't click through

With Google redirecting users to its Hong Kong search engine, powerful new results now show up for sensitive subjects such as the June 4 Tiananmen crackdown, Taiwanese independence and the Dalai Lama. But opening those links is another matter. Show More Summary

Fattening the Bottom line by Beating Up on China

In recent weeks, the Obama administration has done everything in its power to irritate China. President Obama met with Tibet's spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, even though Premier Wen Jiabao cautioned against the confab. Obama alsoShow More Summary

Robert Thurman: China Is Attempting to Wipe Out Buddhism

4 years agoNews : Huffington Post

I, for one, was proud of His Holiness the Dalai Lama when he spoke strongly about the Chinese Communist Party's oppressive treatment of Tibetan Buddhist monks in Tibet.

Tibet Comes to Washington

Contributing editor Jim Conaway has always wanted to visit Tibet. Fortunately, he says, it's come to him via two exhibits now on display in Washington, D.C.I once met the Dalai Lama, in the mid-Eighties. I was a reporter for the Washington...Show More Summary

The Dalai Lama Uses His Influence On Facebook To Help Protect Environment

The social network Facebook has been of use to many for almost every purpose. Be it political or merely for amassing people around for a cause. The social network at present has been utilized by the Dalai Lama to get the word across about the deteriorating environment. Show More Summary

Kate Saunders: President Obama's Gift to the Dalai Lama

Few noticed the significance of a gift that President Obama gave to the Dalai Lama -- telling the story of a relationship forged between the US and the Dalai Lama before Beijing asserted control over Tibet.

The China Currency Debate Heats Up

Tim Iacono submits: The war of words between the U.S. and China regarding the Chinese currency appears to be entering a new, more serious phase, particularly in light of developments on Taiwan arms sales, visits with the Dalai Lama,Show More Summary

The Dolly Llama’s New Groove

(Bookstore | New York, NY, USA)(As I am organizing books on a display, I overhear this exchange.) Customer 1: pointing at a copy of “The Path to Tranquility” “Ooh, look! That’s the Dalai Lama! I saw him once!” Customer 2: “You saw him?” Customer 1: “Yeah! He was in Florida doing a thing! I saw him out walking with all his little [...]

Are Rising US-China Tensions Pointing to a Rupture?

Relations between the US and China have been deteriorating. Although both sides have poked each other in various ways (Obama meeting with the Dalai Lama, China dissing Obama in Copenhagen by standing him up for a meeting, some tit for tat on tariffs), the major, unresolved bone of contention is China’s pegging of its currency, [...]

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