Activists hijack Chinese TV, broadcast messages

Tuesday, 8 May 2007, 9:45 AM EST

The signal of a government-run television station in southern China was hijacked by alleged hackers who used the frequencies to broadcast anti-government content, press reports said yesterday.

The incident occurred on the evening of May 1, when the broadcast of a popular singing contest on Guangzhou Satellite Cable Television was blacked out for up to 90 minutes, the Southern Metropolitan Daily reported.

At the Taipei Times.

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