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China Accuses Microsoft, Google of Stealing State Secrets

by Kathy Jones on June 7, 2014 at 8:23 PM

 China Accuses Microsoft, Google of Stealing State Secrets
Ramping up the tensions against United States, China has accused American companies such as Google, Apple, Microsoft and Yahoo of working in collusion with the US government and spying and stealing its state secrets.

Chinese media criticized Google, Apple, Microsoft, Facebook, Yahoo, and Cisco Systems for cooperating with the National Security Agency's Prism program to monitor China, CNET reported.
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Whistleblower Edward Snowden revealed that the Prism program was designed to gather and process foreign intelligence that passes through American servers, and Google was accused of giving the government access to its data, which Google clearly denied, the report said.

However, earlier in May, US formals accused several Chinese military officials for hacking into US corporate servers and stealing American trade secrets, which China denied calling US hypocrite, it added.

Source: ANI
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