China Denies any Involvement in the Cyberattacks on Google

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sdcat

we all know China's policy was to censor certain information, regardless good or bad to anyone. I think google should just get out of China, don't do business there, leave the place since China's law/policy contradict yours. Show them that you mean serious business.
Bring Hillary out to the party is a bit too much because might turn into political issue instead of business event.

Come to think of it, Europe doesn't run democracy either.

The other thing was, none of the report says "China government" did the hack. It could be anyone, anybody to do that.

lets say, if someone(may be a civilian)in the US trying to hack a big company in China could you assume? US government trying to hack that company?

I think a lot of us have been mislead to think that China=Chinese government, but in-fact it was just something came from that direction.

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1337Goose

The attack was large scale and highly organized. So it wasn't just a bunch of punk hackers.

Also, human rights activists who have spoken out against Chinese policy were targeted. Hard to deny that evidence. 

~Goose

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1337Goose

Then why were human rights activists targeted? I don't suppose the Chinese people oppose their own rights... do they? 

~Goose

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Quakindude

 Yeah, right. And Iran doesn't  have nuclear reactors making munitions grade material.

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BAMT

Sure, the "accusation that the Chinese government participated in (any) cyberattack, either in an explicit or inexplicit way, is groundless and aims to denigrate China" is true, but the following are as well: 

The accusation that the Chinese government orchestrated (any) cyberattack, either in an explicit or inexplicit way, aims to proclaim China's wrongdoing.

The accusation that the Chinese government spearheaded (any) cyberattack, either in an explicit or inexplicit way, aims to proclaim China's wrongdoing.

The accusation that the Chinese government organized (any) cyberattack, either in an explicit or inexplicit way, aims to proclaim China's wrongdoing. 

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thepoor

China never admit any wrong doing even it get caught red handed.  Tainted Milk, Lead Toys, and Cadimum anyone?  Freaking China.

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Tekzel

"The U.S. has criticized China's policies to administer the Internet and
insinuated that China restricts Internet freedom...This runs contrary
to the facts and is harmful to China-U.S. relations,"

Now, maybe I am having reading comprehension issues, but that looks an awful lot like he is denying that they mandate any censoring of internet content.

Given that everyone knows that they do, that would certainly cast doubt on any claims that they had no involvement in the cyberattacks. I mean, if they lie about censorship, no doubt they would lie about the attacks.

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ThunderBolt

bastards

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logicmaster2003

oh my dear hillary .. tsk tsk tsk shame on you

China is a very powerful communist country, lets not mess with them. You're putting our american lives in jeopardy ! We already have angered many countries !

Lets poke on smaller passive countries where we won't be bashed.

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Neufeldt2002

Let's face it, No criminal will admit to a crime. This is just another of China's denials. The list continues to grow.

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