Lawmakers slam U.S. firms aiding China cyber-cops

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Lawmakers slam U.S. firms aiding China cyber-cops

U.S. firms are putting profits before principles by helping China censor the Internet, lawmakers said on Wednesday at the start of a congressional debate that could lead to rules on American technology companies operating in repressive states.

The Congressional Human Rights Caucus heard experts tell how technology titans Google, Yahoo, Microsoft and Cisco Systems had made the work of 30,000 Chinese Communist cyber-police easier.

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