China has engaged in widespread cyber espionage in a bid to extract information about the US government's foreign policy and military plans, a Pentagon report said.
Picture taken on December 26, 2011 shows the Pentagon. China is engaging in state-sponsored cyber espionage to collect intelligence about the US government's defense programs, a Pentagon report says
China kept up a steady campaign of hacking in 2012 that included attempts to target US government computer networks, which could provide Beijing a better insight into America's policy deliberations and military capabilities, according to the Pentagon's annual assessment of China's military.
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