“LA Law Firm Says It Was Target of Cyber Attacks”

From the AP (thanks to BNA’s Internet Law News for the pointer):

The law firm representing a Santa Barbara company that sued China for allegedly pirating its Internet content filtering software says it has been the target of cyber attacks from within China.

Los Angeles-based Gipson Hoffman & Pancione says its attorneys received emails starting Monday containing Trojans, which can allow outside access to the target’s computer….

Sounds like a substantively interesting and possibly important story. But because I know nothing about the substance, let me just ask: Shouldn’t it be “containing Greeks”?