Qihoo Accused of Privacy Breach by Rival
(Beijing) - Qihoo 360, an online security provider, has been accused by its
business rival of collecting and leaking the private information of its users,
igniting rounds of recrimination between the two Chinese internet
On December 31, Kingsoft's anti-virus subsidiary, Kingsoft Network Technology, called a press conference saying that it found a privacy breach leaking the private data of users, including user name and password, in a server of Qihoo 360.
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