China denies hacking Dalai Lama computer

Thursday, 26 September 2002, 2:30 AM EST

The spokeswoman for the Foreign Ministry's press division said she had no details on the accusation by the computer manager for the Tibet Buddhist leader's government in exile in India.

However, she said, "the Chinese government always opposes the activities of hackers."

The spokeswoman, contacted by telephone, wouldn't give her name.

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