CHINA aims to become a “big–power in cyberspace” by building an “internet army” after announcing plans to invest huge amounts in new security schools. The Cyberspace Administration of China and China’s education ministry announced plans to “build four to six world-famous cyber-security schools in ten years [from 2017 to 2027]”. A statement claimed select colleges and universities will implement “comprehensive” interdisciplinary programs that blend engineering expertise with legal and management studies, to “train cyber-security personnel”. Critics have argued that China “aims to build a cyber army”.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: Express