Sessions’ exit won’t slow DOJ crackdown on Chinese spying

Under departing Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the Department of Justice took a harder line against cyberespionage, particularly by China, than it ever had before. But experts say the offensive against China’s theft of billions of dollars in intellectual property is likely to continue under the new acting attorney general, Matt Whitaker.

The big picture: Press coverage is spotlighting the impact Session’s’ departure may have on the Mueller investigation. But the DOJ is a big machine with many moving parts, and a change at the top could affect any or all of them.

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