HomesecurityChina: Information leaked by Communist Party members

China: Information leaked by Communist Party members

According to the journalist Sharri Markson, a huge one leakage, has reported data its nearly two million members CCP, which are now working around the world as well information on the activity of the party under its chairmanship Xi Jinping.

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Ms Markson said the leak concerned a register containing the data of the members of the Communist Party, including their names, position in the party, birthday, national identity number and nationality.

"It is believed to be the first leak of its kind in the world," a Sky News reporter said.

"It simply came to our notice then database It is not just that it exposes people who are members of the Communist Party and who now live and work around the world, from Australia And the USA until the United Kingdom"but the fact that it reveals how the party works under President Xi Jinping."

Ms Markson said the leak showed that party members were integrated into some of the world's largest companies and even government departments.

"Along with the personal identification of the 1,95 million members of the Communist Party, mainly from Shanghai, there are also details of 79.000 Communist Party subgroups, many of them within companies."

Ms Markson said the leak was a major one security breach which may damage the image of Xi Jinping.

"It will also cause problems for some global companies that do not seem to have a plan to protect their intellectual property from theft and financial espionage," she added.

Ms Markson said the data was extracted from a Shanghai server by Chinese dissidents in April 2016, who were using it for counter-intelligence purposes.

"Then in mid-September it leaked to the newly formed international bilateral group, the China Interparliamentary Alliance, which has 150 lawmakers around the world."

Ms Markson said: "It is worth noting that there is no indication that these members have committed espionage, but the concern is whether Australia or these companies knew the CCP members and if so, whether action has been taken. to protect the data and their people ".

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