US, China Aim To Curb IP Theft Standoff With Talks

By Gavin Broady (June 3, 2013, 7:20 PM EDT) -- The U.S. will seek to ease growing friction with China over cyberattacks allegedly emanating from its borders through a series of high-level meetings the nations have reportedly agreed to in advance of Chinese President Xi Jinping's upcoming California summit with President Barack Obama.

The talks, which are scheduled to begin in July, will seek to develop mutually agreed upon standards for cybersecurity and commercial espionage, and slow the epidemic of intellectual property and government secret theft that U.S. officials have linked to the Chinese military, the New York Times reported Saturday.

In a statement released Saturday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hong...

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