‘Snooping’ raised: Ministry of External Affairs

‘Snooping’ raised: Ministry of External Affairs

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New Delhi, September 16

The MEA raised the issue of alleged spying on prominent Indians with Chinese envoy Sun Weidong. He was told the government was deeply concerned over any report suggesting foreign sources were seeking to access the personal data of its citizens.

The Chinese Foreign Ministry, quoting Zhenhua Data Information Technology Co, said the firm’s clients were research institutions and it only mobilised data which was online. An expert panel will evaluate the implications of the alleged snooping and submit a report in 30 days, External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar told MPs. — TNS

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