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The U.S. Criminal Hacking Case Against China

The U.S. Justice Department on Monday moved to charge Chinese military officials in an economic cyber-espionage case. It's the first time American prosecutors have made such charges against a foreign country. Kojo chats with the author of a report that the U.S. is using as evidence in the case.

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