China whacks Justice Dept.’s ‘ungrounded and absurd’ hacking charges

China slammed the U.S. Monday for indicting five Chinese Army officials on hacking charges, saying Washington’s move was “ungrounded and absurd” and that Beijing is responding by halting participation in joint cyber talks pursued by officials from both sides over the past year.

“Given the lack of sincerity on the part of the US to solve issues related to cyber security through dialogue and cooperation, China has decided to suspend activities of the China-US Cyber Working Group,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Qin Gang said following the U.S. Justice Department’s announcement of charges.

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China will react further to the US ‘indictment’ as the situation evolves,” she said in a statement posted on the ministry’s website.

The Justice Department announced on Monday morning that U.S. authorities had charged five individuals in the Chinese Army with hacking into U.S. company computers in an attempt to steal trade secrets and gain a competitive advantage. The indictment marks the first time in U.S. history that criminal charges have been filed against another country for computer espionage.



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STOP BUYING COMPUTERS MADE IN COMMUNIST CHINA!!!

In fact the U.S. should halt all trade with the Chinese Communist!

I'm sick and tired of people wailing about communist in our government

but NEVER NEVER NEVER do you hear anyone talk about all of the major so-called

American Corporations that are doing business in Communist China, manufacturing consumer goods

made in Communist China... ALL of these corporations are sellouts!!

The clintonian regime endorsed "most favored trade status" with red china. The olblamea tinpot regime reaffirms and endorses giving everything away to them.  Look at the National Debt?  Like collatteral for all of the "money we owe them?"

This is another absurd diversion that I believe has been created by the regime.  Clinton gave the Chinese our computer technoligies.  You know that there is no need for a hack to try to steal anything when it is always handed over to them.

To Full-Metal Jacket...

It wasn't Clinton...Remember your history.

That great anti-communist Richard Nixon initiated the "Open Door" Policy at the behest of

Henry Kissinger. 

American Corporations insisted on it because they were lusting after the mass quantities of cheap labor

WHY IS IT WITH "BENGHAZI", THE IRS SCANDAL, THE BLM BREAKING EVERY CONSTITUTIONAL LAW, THE INTENTIONAL "MURDER" OF VETS BY THE V.A., OBAMA RELEASING 36,000 ILLEGAL ALIEN MURDERERS IN THE USA, THE DESPOTIC GESTAPO ROGUE AGENCIES ALL BUYING MASS AMOUNT OF WEAPONS AND AMMO, WHY IS THE DHS "SUDDENLY" INTENT UPON THE SUBJECT OF CHINA HACKING?  ISN"T THAT WHAT THE CIA AND FBI ARE FOR?

Get the US out of the UN. This failed idea needs to go into the dust bin.

Good point!

More lies, why would the chinese need to steal trade secrets, we already give them educatation, and buield their plants and send our expertes over to tell and show them all they ever need to no. we have already given them all our industry and jobs. WE don't have anything worth stealing any more!!!!!!!!!!!!

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