Focal anti-China MP Tom Tugendhat says a & # 39; pretty sophisticated hacker & # 39; trying to personify him
- President of the select foreign affairs committee says he is being targeted by a hacker
- Tom Tugendhat warned followers to be cautious of emails claiming to be him
- The KP MP sat down against backlash from China last week after he accused of & # 39; tyranny & # 39;
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A senior MP who has been criticized for & # 39; treatment of & # 39; e Chinese government with the coronavirus has a & # 39; pretty sophisticated hacker & # 39; warned, tries to focus on him.
Tom Tugendhat, chairman of the & # 39; Foreign Affairs Select Committee, leaked a nasty reaction last week to & # 39; e Chinese government then & # 39; t accused it of & # 39; tyranny & # 39; and & # 39; forgery & # 39; of & # 39; the coronavirus death statistics.
In a tweet sent earlier today, Tonbridge MP and Malling told followers: & # 39; If you receive an email claiming that he is mine – please check and do NOT open attachments , unless you are sure. A pretty sophisticated hacker is looking to personalize me and hack others. Ideas who could it be? & # 39;
Tom Tugendhat, chairman of the & # 39; Foreign Affairs Select Committee, warned Twitter followers a & # 39; pretty sophisticated hacker & # 39; was looking to personalize him
A number of Tory parliaments, including Mr Tugendhat, have demanded an international investigation into the origin of & # 39; the outbreak of coronavirus in China.
Speaking to BBC World 4 & # 39; s World at One program earlier this week, the veteran of the British army said: & # 39; All countries have difficulty with data, all countries have difficulty knowing how & # 39; they should react, to & # 39; this is a new outbreak.
& # 39; But the one thing that really marks the Chinese Communist Party is not that they did not have enough data, but that they deliberately falsified the data.
& # 39; This is very different from other countries. & # 39;
Mr Tugendhat said his criticism & # 39; has nothing to do with China as a country; it has everything to do with tyranny & # 39 ;.
& # 39; All communist dictators share a similar pattern as we saw in & # 39; a Soviet Union, where they put the survival of the regime over the interests of the people, & # 39; he said.
The comment received a fierce response from Chen Wen, minister and first staff member of & # 39; Chinese Embassy in & # 39; t United Kingdom, who struck back and said such accusations were & # 39; dangerous & # 39; are and driven by & # 39; deep-seated bias & # 39; against China.
Mr. Tugendhat has previously criticized the potential involvement of Chinese company Huawei in building Britain's 5G network, and commented: & # 39; We need to watch out for strangers and the gifts & # 39; . & # 39;