Chinese-American Engineer & Family Charged With Data Theft

A grand jury indictment filed on Tuesday alleges that Chi Mak, a lead engineer for Anaheim defense contractor Power Paragon, took computer disks containing sensitive information pertaining to several U.S. Navy projects and conspired with members of his family to smuggle the information to China.

Chi Mak, 65, his wife, and his brother, all Chinese-American immigrants, were indicted on Tuesday and charged with operating as agents of a foreign government without prior notification to the U.S. attorney general.

News source: Journal Advocate - Associated Press

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They should make him move sand from the bottom of a pile to the top all day long for the rest of his life

Enough with the racial talk and discrimination. Anymore of this will result in warnings being handed out.

There is no need for that here or anywhere else on Neowin.

Consider this a final collective warning.