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Rupet Murdoch: China still hacking Wall Street Journal

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 06 Feb 2013 10:33 User comments (3)

Rupet Murdoch: China still hacking Wall Street Journal Chinese still at it, media giant says.
Rupert Murdoch took to twitter to inform everyone that news of hacks at the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post had not deterred the attackers from continuing their actions.

He tweeted that the "Chinese still hacking us, or were over the weekend."

China has denied any involvement in attacks against Western media outlets, and has said allegations against it are "irresponsible." It claims to also be the victim of frequent cyber attacks, and that such actions are not tolerated in the country.

This week, the U.S.-China Business Council urged the two countries to cooperate to tackle the growing problem, or risk causing serious damage to their trade relationship.


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3 user comments

18.2.2013 14:47

Pot + kettle = black?


We once had a empire and it was led by an emperor then we had a kingdom which was led by a king. Now we have a country.

28.2.2013 21:36

Look who is talking !

I am surprised the entire world wide community of hackers have not gone after WSJ as they deserve to be.

39.2.2013 21:03

hmm yes rupert murdoch go hacking all over the world and blame the chinese to cover your own butt nice one.


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