The unshakable news story of China killing American spies and informants filled the Cafe with a steady buzz today. Though there is no written rule, the acts, spread over two years some eight years ago, seem to spill into the digital domain by way of precedent; as though they break a ‘gentleman’s’ pact that, once discovered, spies and informants are turned or deceived or made obsolete but not eliminated. We’re being spied on all the time; we spy in ways too. Is there a Rules of Engagement?

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