U.S. Will Charge Chinese Government Hackers With Cyberspying, Reports Say


The United States government will charge members of the Chinese military with hacking and cyber-espionage against American businesses, the first time prosecutors have formally accused members of a foreign government with such crimes, according to multiple reports.

Attorney General Eric Holder will hold a press conference on Monday at 10 a.m. ET to announce charges in a national security case. A spokesperson for the Department of Justice declined to elaborate on what the press conference would be about, but U.S. officials confirmed to …

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