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And the White House weighing tougher action against China in the wake of recent cyber attacks on major US companies Peter binds us standing by out of Washington with.
China based hackers -- I mean.
What does mr.
Obama thank you can do here.
Well well well well which cyber security experts say doesn't go on without the explicit or implicit support the Chinese Government -- so that's one of the big issues here.
And a new you -- intelligence report to release shortly.
Is expected to call the rise in Chinese cyber attacks.
A threat to the US and its economy these moves come after the Washington Post the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal.
Announced recent attacks on their computer systems suspected of originating from China social media site Twitter said Friday.
That extremely sophisticated hackers from.
-- unidentified source may have stolen user names email address -- passwords of 250000.
Customers that the US has made little progress in negotiations with the Chinese to stop this kind of -- now the US is considering new economic and diplomatic steps to prevent it.
And according to the Financial Times.
More information sharing between Washington and private companies to protect critical systems and infrastructure like power grids and communications systems.
-- you know have had and been very clear about our.
Substantial and growing concerns about the threats.
To economic and national security posed by cyber intrusions including the the theft of commercial information.
We has been cleared.
With the government of China.
That we need to continue to talk about this.
Now administration officials won't comment on their cyber security plans Chinese officials again deny the China is behind these cyber attacks Sherlund -- CNN Sydney is at the security officials -- -- -- are working hand in hand if you well while tough to get through all that Peter Barnes thank you.
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