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operation, especially talking about the type of information they are stealing and taking data. it is the largest wholesale transfer of wealth in human history in what is going on with cyber attacks. we don't hack into different companies and corporations around the world and then exploited. china is doing it. it is outrageous and it has to stop. this is one of the reasons we need international rules of the road about what is allowed and what is not allowed area china and russia are way out of bounds on these things. we need to have these international rules that will prevent it but also impose
consequences. host: i apologize, we are out of time. jim lands then -- jim langevin thank you for being with us. >> c-span, created by america's cable companies 35 years ago and brought to you as a public service by our local cable or satellite provider. >> on the next washington journal, political strategist stefan hankin and david winston talk about the early stages of the presidential primary race and the latest developments in the campaign 2016. also a look at cyber security and hacking concerns with michael o'rielly. we will take your calls and look for your comment on facebook and twitter.
washington journal live every day at 7 a.m. eastern on c-span. florida center -- florida senator marco rubio was in south carolina to talk about for policy. the 2016 pro -- 2016 presidential candidate sat down with army secretary van hip for a conversation that included the nuclear agreement, isis, and cyber security. this was organized by the group americans for peace, prosperity and security, and as part of c-span's road to the white house coverage. [applause] >> thank you all for being here.