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Chinese hackers charged with stealing data from US companies, government

WASHINGTON - Two hackers associated with China's chief security service have been charged with stealing troves of confidential digital information from dozens of U.S. companies, NASA and the Navy, the Justice Department announced Thursday in its latest indictment aimed at alleged Chinese economic and military espionage.

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