Report: U.S. and allies to condemn China for stealing trade, tech secrets

By REUTERS
December 20, 2018 16:39
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WASHINGTON — The United States and more than a dozen allies are expected on Thursday to condemn China for efforts to steal other countries' trade secrets and technologies and to compromise government computers, the Washington Post reported.

The U.S. Justice Department is expected later in the day to unveil criminal charges against hackers affiliated with China's main intelligence service for an alleged cyber-spying campaign targeting U.S. and other countries' networks.
The suspected hackers are expected to be charged with spying on some of the world's largest companies by hacking into technology firms to which they outsource email, storage and other computing tasks.


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