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China hopes U.S. matches words with policy on cybersecurity

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Mar
2014

China’s Foreign Ministry on Monday it welcomed comments by the U.S. defense chief saying the United States would exercise restraint in using the military in cyberspace, but added Beijing hoped Washington would match its words with actual policy. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, pushing for openness ahead of a trip to China next month, said the Pentagon sought to be “open and transparent” about its cyber capabilities and intentions with both allies and competitors. He also urged other nations to exercise restraint in cyberspace, saying the United States wanted to promote the qualities of the Internet that have made it a “catalyst for freedom and prosperity”. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong Lei said that China paid great attention to Hagel’s comments and also believes the Internet should be used for promoting development and people’s wellbeing.

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