Hackers Claim Theft of Police Info in China’s Largest Data Leak

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Unknown hackers claimed to have stolen data on as many as a billion Chinese residents after breaching a Shanghai police database. Industry experts are saying this may be the largest cybersecurity breach in the country’s history. Edwin Chan reports on Bloomberg Television.

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