China calls for joint efforts with US to secure cyberspace

By REUTERS
April 13, 2013 14:28

 
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BEIJING - Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Saturday called for joint efforts with the United States to safeguard cyberspace, the state-run news agency Xinhua reported.

China and the United States should conduct dialogue on cyberspace on a calm and objective basis, Wang told visiting US Secretary of State John Kerry.

Beijing and Washington have been trading accusations in recent months of massive cyber intrusions. The US says hacking attacks emanating from China have targeted US government and corporate computer networks among others, stealing government and commercial data.

China claims that it is the victim of large-scale cyber attacks from the United States, though it has given few details. 

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