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NZ vulnerable as Chinese strategy shifts

Henry Burrell
Tue, 20 Jul 2021

It is unusual for NZ to condemn China publicly (Image: Deposit Photos)
Henry Burrell
Tue, 20 Jul 2021
New Zealand has publicly condemned China for its support of malicious global cyber hacking, in what's been described as a "significant and alarming" behavioural shift by the world's most populous nation.Last night, NZ joined a multinational censure of China's links to cyber attacks by not only its Five Eyes partners – the US, UK, Australia and Canada – but also the European Union, Japan, and the 30-nation North Atlantic Treaty Organisation alliance.It's not the first time NZ has joined a worldwide censure o...

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