So much for diplomacy.
An Indian computer hacking group has got the FBI investigating its claims that India’s intelligence services intercepted communications among the US-China Economic and Security Review Commission, according to  ABC News.
The hacking group posted documents online about a month ago alleging to be from India’s Directorate General of Military Intelligence, and they include about 10 emails from the commission between September and October of 2011. The Congressionally mandated commission reports to Congress every year on national security, trade and economic issue with China, according to ABC.
The emails appear to be genuine, reports ABC, but the document has not been authenticated.
The hacking group which posted the documents go by the name the Lords of Dharamraja.
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