DOJ says Chinese hackers compromised sensitive data
Clip: 12/21/2018 | 6m 11s
The Department of Justice has indicted two Chinese hackers for infiltrating U.S. companies and government agencies and stealing vast amounts of sensitive data to help Chinese companies compete with their American counterparts. John Demers, assistant attorney general for national security, explains to Judy Woodruff how the cyber intrusion occurred and why it violates a 2015 U.S.-China agreement.
Aired: 12/21/18Video has closed captioning.
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