New York Times: Chinese Hackers Pursue Key Data
on U.S. Workers
The hacker dispute between the US and China has resurfaced.
On July 10, the New York Times reported that Chinese hackers
were able to break into computer networks of the US government.
They accessed the agency that stores personal information of all
federal employees, confirmed senior American officials.
Their interest appears to have been employees who have applied
for top-secret security clearances.
The official said federal authorities
detected and blocked them.
It has not been confirmed how far the hackers
penetrated into the agency’s systems.
Network security is a hot topic for Secretary of State John Kerry
and a senior US delegation, who are visiting Beijing for the annual
Strategic and Economic Dialogue.
As usual a Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman denied the
China Increases the Numbers of Marxism Theory Students
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) publicized strengthening
Marxism theory study plans for diversity value in China.
On July 10, according to CCP media People’s Daily, the
Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) decided to
recruit a hundred Marxism theory PHD students.
They claimed this will consolidate the CASS’s position as
promoting the Marxism theory position.
Lots of mainland netizens mocked after the information
Some netizen said the CASS should be renamed as the
Fifty Cents department.
Ostentatious Chinese Lady Guo Meimei Arrested
Chinese lady Guo Meimei, who became famous overnight
for showing off her wealth, was arrested by Beijing police.
On July 10, the Beijing police official microblog
confirmed this news.
The day before Beijing police announced, they had arrested
eight suspects who were organizing World Cup gambling;
Guo Meimei was one of them.
Police said Guo Meimei confessed to being involving in
But no further details including the gambling amount