Latest News:  
Beijing   Sunny    18 / 7   City Forecast

Home>>Foreign Affairs

China calls hacking accusation "unprofessional and irresponsible"


10:43, October 27, 2011

BEIJING, Oct. 26 (Xinhua) -- China on Wednesday refuted a report claiming that China was partly responsible for hacking into Japanese base organizations, calling the allegations "unprofessional and irresponsible."

"The Chinese government's stance on this issue is very clear. China always firmly opposes and forbids any activities that disrupt the Internet," said Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Jiang Yu at a regular daily news briefing.

A report said Japan's House of Representatives, Foreign Ministry and some of its institutions stationed abroad had been hacked, and part of the hacking came from China.

"I would like to point out that, as Internet crime involves multinational and anonymous characteristics, it is unprofessional and irresponsible to accuse a particular country of being the origin of the hacking without investigation," said Jiang.

China has also been a victim of Internet hacking and will continue to work with international communities to jointly handle Internet crime, she said.

"In regards to previous criticisms of China, China has not received appeals from relevant countries to assist in investigations," Jiang said.


Leave your comment0 comments

  1. Name


Selections for you

  1. Bayi Aerobatic Team of PLA Air Force perform in China's Shandong

  2. Picturesque scenery of Mugecuo in Southwest China

  3. Heavy fog envelopes North China

  4. Rare cats displayed at elite cat show in Moscow

Most Popular


  1. Chinese officials need to speak cautiously
  2. Why Taoism can change the world
  3. Who is shaping China's online public opinion?
  4. War in Syria: Gamble for US
  5. Ambassador: China-US relations not zero-sum game
  6. Concerns arise about credibility of public hearings
  7. China weighs social security law for foreign workers
  8. Positive factors emerge in Chinese stock market
  9. New energy layout taking shape in China
  10. US motives in Africa questioned

What's happening in China

Chinese show they are keen to get in saddle

  1. 29 killed in central China's coal mine blast
  2. China funds tuition for students serving in army
  3. Death toll rises to 24 after truck overturns
  4. China Mobile launches new firm
  5. Freighter sinks after collision off east China coast

PD Online Data

  1. Tangerines and oranges
  2. Dried persimmon cake
  3. Guangdong candy
  4. Tangyuan
  5. What do Chinese eat during the Spring Festival?