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Daily Dashboard | Obama, Xi Meeting Likely Tense Following OPM News Related reading: Using data integrity to preserve democracy

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U.S. News & World Report discusses President Barack Obama’s meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping Thursday, suggesting the meeting was likely to have included some tension following Wednesday’s disclosure by the Office of Personnel Management that its massive data breach—thought to have been perpetrated by China—was worse than originally thought. It appears hackers stole the finger prints of 5.6 million people; the number was originally estimated to be around one million. The fact that fingerprints were stolen is especially dangerous, the report states, since “fingerprints are forever, and can help identify an official or undercover agent no matter what alias or password he or she uses.” Xi has denied government involvement.
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