Chairman Rogers: Economic spying at 'an intolerable level'

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 The Journal reported the hackers gained access to everything stored on the Chamber's systems, including information about its members.

At one point a Chamber thermostat was reportedly communicating with an Internet address in China, and a printer spontaneously began printing pages with Chinese characters.

"We've never seen a country dedicate its resources, its espionage resources to steal economic information and then use it against us, against our economy," Rogers said.

He introduced a bill last month that would make it easier for companies to share information with the government about threats and cyberattacks.


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