A new front has opened in the battle between the U.S. and China over control of global networks that deliver the internet. This one is beneath the ocean.
The Internet, made available for mass public consumption in 1994, has grown into a global, One World System through which the majority of all buying and selling is accomplished. Its presence is so powerful and all-consuming that newspapers and magazine are going out of business in record numbers, brick-and-mortar-stores closing from the crushing online competition. Even giant Sears could not take the onslaught from Amazon, and they too have gone the way of [READ MORE HERE]