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Dallas panelist paints China as cyber victim, but critics say evidence shows otherwise

Looming in the background of any discussion of Internet crime, espionage and warfare is China.  Tuesday at the Worldwide Cybersecurity Summit in Dallas, China's role in the underworld of cybercrime briefly took center stage.  The flashpoint was a panel discussion of how companies and governments can build an international consensus on dealing with online security.  The panel included Liu Zhengrong, deputy director-general of the Internet Affairs Bureau in China's State Council Information Office.

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