Cyber Security

China voices opposition to Obama cyber sanctions

“China opposes a new U.S. sanctions regime targeting hackers and cybercriminals, a Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said Thursday.

Speaking to reporters in Beijing, Hua Chunying suggested that the announcement of a new sanctions framework by President Obama was an affront to China.

‘Cybersecurity concerns the common interests of all countries,’ Hua said, according to Xinhua.

‘The international community should jointly solve the issue of cyberattacks through dialogue and cooperation, and based on mutual respect and trust.’ “

Source: China voices opposition to Obama cyber sanctions | TheHill

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