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Cybersecurity / Leaks #1045627

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jun 08, 2013
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(Studio: Jim Axelrod) Report introduced.

(Palm Spring, California: Chip Reid) National intelligence director James Clapper's criticism of disclosures of classified information about intelligence gathering and cybersecurity examined; scenes shown of President Obama meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping†† about the issue of cybersecurity; details given about leaks to "The Guardian" newspaper about US cyber capabilities, including the secret directive about cyber attacks and the US government programs to monitor phone calls and Internet connections to thwart terrorism. [To China's Xi, OBAMA - hopes we can work together.]

(Studio: Jim Axelrod) A statement from national security adviser Tom Donilon that Obama told Xi about the types of China's cyber hacking that concerns the US.

Axelrod, Jim;
Reid, Chip

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