While Chinese Premier Xi Jinping visited Moscow this week to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II, the Middle Kingdom and Russia also signed a 12 page agreement (Russian) that essentially pledges their cybersecurity support to one another.
Or, put another way: they agree not to attack each other online.
Reading news accounts of the agreement, and the document itself via Google Translate (unfortunately Ars has zero Russian speakers on staff), it appears that the document contains a lot of generalities on cooperation and repeated language referring to national sovereignty over the Internet.
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