· January, 2010

Stories about China from January, 2010

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Google for good…or just for money?

  24 January 2010

Google’s recent opposition to Internet censorship in China went wildly underreported in Thailand. Yet this move to seize the moral high ground has vast implications to Thailand and every other censorship nation. The world’s censors have been put on notice by a company worth five billion dollars, more than many...

China: The monitoring of Mobile SMS

18 January 2010

According to Xinhuanet's report, Mobile China Shanghai branch will start suspending a mobile phone's SMS function if they find the number distribute “vulgar”, “pornographic” and other illegal content. The policy implies that all mobile messages would be monitored by the mobile company and made accessible to the government authority. The...

Google's new approach to China

13 January 2010

Yesterday Google lnc. issued an official statement reporting that the company had been hit by cyber attack originated from China. The attackers were trying to access the Gmail accounts of Chinese human-rights activists. The company said it would talk with the Chinese government regarding how it might operate in China...

China: the Internet as an ideology battlefield

  6 January 2010

Xinhua News Agency Outlook Weekly reported on a Teleconference on national law enforcement on 4 of Jan, 2010. The Ministry of Public Security reported in the conference that the police will tightening up control over the Internet. According to the report, the Ministry of Public Security will put together resources...

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