(Bloomberg) -- President Barack Obama’s agreement with China over cyber espionage seems to be making a dent in hacking attacks from the country, according to a top Justice Department official.
Government agencies and cybersecurity companies are actively assessing Chinese hacking attacks, and "it seems like generally people have seen a change in activity," Assistant Attorney General John Carlin, who oversees the Justice Department’s national security division, said on Tuesday.
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