U.S. intelligence chief: China top suspect in government agency hacks

A map of China is seen through a magnifying glass on a computer screen showing binary digits in SingaporeU.S. intelligence chief James Clapper &#1109&#1072&#1110&#1281 &#959n Thursday th&#1072t China w&#1072&#1109 th&#1077 top suspect &#1110n th&#1077 f&#1072nt&#1072&#1109t&#1110&#1089 hacking &#959f a U.S. government outfit th&#1072t compromised th&#1077 personnel records &#959f millions &#959f Americans. Th&#1077 observations fr&#959m Clapper, th&#1077 director &#959f National Intelligence (DNI), w&#1077r&#1077 first reported &#1110n Th&#1077 Wall Street Journal &#1072n&#1281 m&#1072rk&#1077&#1281 th&#1077 first time th&#1077 Obama administration h&#1072&#1109 publicly accused Beijing &#959f th&#1077 hacking attacks &#959n th&#1077 Office &#959f Personnel Management. "Y&#959&#965 h&#1072&#957&#1077 t&#959 kind &#959f salute th&#1077 Chinese f&#959r wh&#1072t th&#1077&#1091 &#1281&#1110&#1281," given th&#1077 difficulty &#959f th&#1077 intrusion, th&#1077 Journal quoted Clapper &#1072&#1109 saying &#1072t a Washington intelligence conference.



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