Chinese Embassy says accusations over US data breach 'not responsible'

By REUTERS
June 5, 2015 04:54

 
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The Chinese Embassy in Washington, responding to reports that China was behind a massive cyberattack on US government computers, said on Thursday that jumping to conclusions was "not responsible, and counterproductive."

Embassy spokesman Zhu Haiquan said China had made great efforts to combat cyberattacks and that tracking such events conducted across borders was difficult.

"Jumping to conclusions and making hypothetical accusation is not responsible, and counterproductive," Zhu said in emailed comments to Reuters

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