Feds indict two Chinese nationals for allegedly trying to hack, steal coronavirus research

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The Justice Department on Tuesday announced charges for two Chinese national who allegedly tried to steal United States coronavirus research and proprietary information from corporations and the government.

Li Xiaoyu, 34, and Dong Jiazhi, 31, were charged with 11 counts in connection with hacking into the computer systems of hundreds of businesses, government offices, Chinese Communist Party dissidents, members of the clergy and human rights activists in the United States, Hong Kong, and mainland China.

Their activities have reportedly been taking place over the span of decade, for the benefit of the Chinese government.

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Original Source: By Sophie Mann Just The News

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