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Apple's capitulation to China undermines Obama's tough talk on snooping

US president Barack Obama was sharply critical of China’s newest security demands for foreign companies this week, saying that plans to “snoop and keep track” of users of US-made technology were unacceptable. 715 more words

China’s Great Firewall -- And Poisoning Internet Attacks From China

By Adam Pasick

Software designer Craig Hockenberry noticed something very strange was happening to his small corporate website The Iconfactory one morning last month: traffic had suddenly spiked to extremely high levels—equivalent to more than double… 464 more words

China's Great Firewall is demolishing foreign websites—and nobody knows why

Software designer Craig Hockenberry noticed something very strange was happening to his small corporate website The Iconfactory one morning last month: traffic had suddenly spiked to extremely high levels—equivalent to more than double… 487 more words

China's Glorious New Internet Censorship Theme Song

In case anyone still has doubts about how bat guano crazy the government of mainland China is, this new song–a paean to Internet censorship–was introduced on Chinese TV for the… 320 more words

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Watch China's Creepy Musical Tribute to Its Online Censors

Is this a good song about the glory of online censorship? Or is this the greatest song ever about the glory of online censorship?

The ode, written by Wang Pingjiu, is a rousing choral tribute to the Chinese system of online surveillance and censorship known as the Great Firewall — and the government department behind it. 242 more words

Honesty, diligence, obedience: Why I support China's Great Firewall

Many negative reports have been coming out of China lately. A litany of scandals involving greed, fakery, adulterated food, callous drivers sideswiping pedestrians, and so on, have appeared in the Western media. 3,350 more words

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China adopts new real-name policy because pseudonymity has "polluted the Internet ecology"

China will soon enforce a rule which requires its citizens to share their real name and identification number whenever they create a new account with a website. 157 more words

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