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+ - Snowden discloses US hacked Asia Pacific fibre-optic network operator

Submitted by Camael
Camael (1048726) writes "In an exclusive provided to the South China Morning Post, a newspaper based in Hong Kong, Snowden revealed that computers at the Hong Kong headquarters of Pacnet – owner of one of the biggest fibre-optic networks in the Asia-Pacific region – were hacked by US spies in 2009. Accoding to their corporate website, Pacnet owns and operates the leading pan-Asian fiber optic submarine cable network spanning 36,800 kilometers that lands in 19 cable landing stations and extends from India to the US."
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Snowden discloses US hacked Asia Pacific fibre-optic network operator

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