US authorities charge seven over Chinese hacking | Computer Weekly
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"Over 10,000 malicious emails, impacting thousands of victims, across multiple continents. As alleged in today's indictment, this prolific global hacking operation - backed by the People's Republic of China government - targeted journalists, political officials and companies to repress critics of the Chinese regime, compromise government institutions and steal trade secrets," said US deputy attorney general Lisa Monaco.
"The Justice Department will not tolerate efforts by the Chinese government to intimidate Americans who serve the public, silence the dissidents who are protected by American laws, or steal from American businesses."
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