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China military hackers persist despite being outed by U.S.: report

Nov 06 2013

WASHINGTON The disclosure early this year of a secretive Chinese military unit believed to be behind a series of hacking attacks has failed to halt the cyber intrusions, a U.S. computer security company and congressional advisory panel said on Wednesday.

China military hackers persist despite being outed by U.S. - report

Nov 06 2013

WASHINGTON The disclosure early this year of a secretive Chinese military unit believed to be behind a series of hacking attacks has failed to halt the cyber intrusions, a U.S. computer security company and congressional advisory panel said on Wednesday.

China military hackers persist despite being outed by U.S. -report

Nov 06 2013

WASHINGTON, Nov 6 The disclosure early this year of a secretive Chinese military unit believed to be behind a series of hacking attacks has failed to halt the cyber intrusions, a U.S. computer security company and congressional advisory panel said on Wednesday.

Senators question security clearance process

Oct 31 2013

WASHINGTON Senators on Thursday questioned the government's security clearance process, calling it "shocking" that investigators doing a security check on accused Navy Yard shooter Aaron Alexis did not consult police records before giving him clearance.

NSA chief defends agency amid U.S. spy rift with Europe

Oct 29 2013

WASHINGTON The head of the National Security Agency defended his beleaguered organization on Tuesday, saying it acts within the law to stop militant attacks and calling reports that the NSA collected data on millions of phone calls in Europe false. | Video

NSA chief defends agency amid U.S. spy rift with Europe

Oct 29 2013

WASHINGTON The head of the National Security Agency defended his beleaguered organization on Tuesday, saying it acts within the law to stop militant attacks and calling reports that the NSA collected data on millions of phone calls in Europe false.

NSA chief defends agency amid U.S. spy rift with Europe

Oct 29 2013

WASHINGTON The head of the National Security Agency defended his beleaguered organization on Tuesday, saying it acts within the law to stop militant attacks and calling reports that the NSA collected data on millions of phone calls in Europe false.

NSA chief defends agency amid U.S. spy rift with Europe

Oct 29 2013

WASHINGTON The head of the National Security Agency defended his beleaguered organization on Tuesday, saying it acts within the law to stop militant attacks and calling reports that the NSA collected data on millions of phone calls in Europe false.

NSA chief defends agency amid U.S. spy rift with Europe

Oct 29 2013

WASHINGTON The U.S. National Security Agency director on Tuesday defended the spy agency as acting within legal boundaries, amid a public uproar which has grown from anger over the collection of Americans' phone and email records to outrage over spying on European allies.

U.S. spy chiefs face Congress amid spying rift with Europe

Oct 29 2013

WASHINGTON When top U.S. intelligence officials testified at a congressional hearing weeks ago, the public uproar was over the National Security Agency collecting the phone and email records of Americans.

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