China Releases U.S. Cyber Spying Record

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China’s State Internet Information Office has published a report on the United States’ global surveillance record.

It reveals the extent of the cyber espionage activities carried out by the U.S. government. The report comes a week after the U.S. indicted five Chinese officials on charges of cyber espionage.

CCTV’s Hu Nan reports.

China Releases U.S. Cyber Spying Record

China Releases U.S. Cyber Spying Record

China's State Internet Information Office has published a report on The United States' Global Surveillance Record.
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Meanwhile, the Financial Times has reported that China has ordered state-owned enterprises to cut ties with American consulting companies over spying concerns. However, the report has been denied by the Chinese Foreign Ministry. CCTV’s Jane Lee reports from Shanghai.

China Denies FT Report of State-Owned Enterprises Cutting U.S. Ties

China Denies FT Report of State-Owned Enterprises Cutting U.S. Ties

The Financial Times has reported that China has ordered state-owned enterprises to cut ties with American consulting companies over spying concerns. However, the report has been denied by the Chinese Foreign Ministry. CCTV's Jane Lee reports from Shanghai.
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