Report: US, China to hold talks on cyberattacks

The Pentagon has blamed the Chinese for launching a wide campaign of cyber espionage against the American government and U.S. industries. China denies the allegations.

On Saturday, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel invited Chinese officials to work with the United States to establish "international norms of responsible behavior in cyberspace."

"The United States has expressed our concerns about the growing threat of cyber intrusions, some of which appear to be tied to the Chinese government and military," Hagel said at the Shangri-La Security Dialogue in Singapore.

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