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China, UK sign cyber-security agreement

Thursday 22 October 2015 | 11:06 CET | News
China and the UK signed a cyber-security pact during the visit of Chinese leader Xi Jinping to the UK, report the Guardian. Prime Minster David Cameron said the cyber agreement was the first step towards wider potential security cooperation between the two countries. It states that each country agrees not to conduct or condone spying on each others IP and confidential corporate information. In the past UK intelligence agency GCHQ had reported "disturbing" levels of attacks on British companies thought to mainly come from China and Russia. The deal mirrors one signed by China and the US in

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