China: New rules are needed to combat cyberattacks

03/11/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The · CIO.com

China's leaders want global rules and collaborative action to combat cyberattacks. They say claims that China is responsible for hacking and espionage incidents against the U.S. aren't true. "Cyberspace needs not war, but rules and cooperation. We oppose cyberspace becoming a new battlefield and ... using the Internet as a new tool to interfere in another country's internal affairs," said Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi.

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