Oct 09, 2015

US targets Chinese companies in cyber feud | TODAYonline

WASHINGTON/SAN FRANCISCO — Three state-owned Chinese companies benefited from trade secrets stolen in a Chinese military hack on American companies, the authorities in Washington have concluded, heightening the tension between the two countries over cyberespionage. People familiar with last year’s US indictments of five People’s Liberation Army (PLA) officers named the companies as Chinalco, the...

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