Religious sect hacks Chinese TV

Monday, 1 July 2002, 12:21 PM EST

Security sources confirmed to the South China Morning Post that channels sharing the Sinosat-1 satellite, including most of China Central Television's 10 channels, and another 10 provincial channels, were hacked on Sunday night.

Analysts said that the group could have used a three-metre antenna mounted on a vehicle to avoid detection, and that the hacks highlight the Falun Gong's increasing sophistication.

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