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China to begin internet security checks amid cyberspying row -Xinhua

22
May
2014

China will begin checking computer systems used in government departments to protect sensitive data, the official Xinhua news agency said via its microblog on Thursday, amid a row over cyberspying with the United States. The checks would target technology that is important to national security and the public interest, Xinhua said, citing the State Council Information Office. A small number of governments and businesses take advantage of technological monopolies to collect sensitive data on a large scale from the Chinese government, business and institutions, it added, and there have been large-scale security breaches. Xinhua did not give details of which governments or businesses it was referring to.

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