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Ulterior Chinese hack N.Y. Times

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Words about the New York Times newspaper was hacked by the Chinese government.  Due to back in Oct 2012, the Wen family relatives became supper rich in China.  N.Y. Times reported on the wealth.  This made the new Chinese Communist party leader very upset.

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