Friday, October 9, 2015   

China accuses US of 'hypocrisy and double standards' on hacking
(05-20 13:25)

China's defence ministry on Tuesday denounced the US for "hypocrisy and double standards'' after a first-ever US indictment of Chinese military officers for alleged cyber-espionage.
"From 'WikiLeaks' to the 'Snowden' case, US hypocrisy and double standards regarding the issue of cyber-security have long been abundantly clear,'' the ministry said in a statement posted on its website. --AFP
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