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Fri Jan 1 01:12, 2010 GMT
Where is Net Privacy Headed in 2010? InternetNews.com What does the federal government have in mind when it comes to issues of Internet privacy ? By Kenneth Corbin: More stories by this author: The issue of ...
Where is Net Privacy Headed in 2010? - InternetNews.com
Thu Jan 1 00:00, 1970 GMT
What does the federal government have in mind when it comes to issues of Internet privacy?
Where is Net Privacy Headed in 2010?
Fri Jan 1 03:26, 2010 GMT
Chinese police arrested thousands in a drive against Internet pornography throughout 2009 while critics say the crackdown is being used to tighten overall censorship
Thousands arrested in internet porn crackdown (TVNZ)
Fri Jan 1 02:58, 2010 GMT
Chinese police arrested thousands in a drive against Internet pornography throughout 2009, officials said, vowing a deepening crackdown that critics say is being used to tighten overall censorship.
China says 5,394 arrested in Internet porn crackdown (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
Fri Jan 1 10:24, 2010 GMT
Chinese police arrested over 5 000 people in a drive against internet pornography throughout 2009, but critics say this is being used to tighten overall censorship.
China cracks down on net porn (News 24 South Africa)
Fri Jan 1 21:55, 2010 GMT
CTV.ca China: Reaffirms Plans to “Purify” the Internet Zeropaid The second is to increase the size of its Internet security section that handles pornography-related cases so that it can not only handle and investigate ... China says 5394 arrested in Internet porn crackdown Reuters INTELLIGENCE: Enlisting Lowlifes In the Fight Against China Strategy Page Internet Censorship Tightens in China The Epoch Times Internet Evolution  - Telegraph.co.uk  - AFP all 155 news articles »
China: Reaffirms Plans to “Purify” the Internet - Zeropaid
Sat Jan 2 01:16, 2010 GMT
2009 saw its share of stories about the Chinese government’s attempt to “filter” the internet for its citizens, including blocking popular social sites , mandating blocking software on all PCs sold in the country, petitioning Google to remove content from its Chinese index, and more. The net result? 5,394 arrests and 4,186 criminal case investigations during 2009 — four times more than in the ...
China Arrests 5,394 People in Internet Porn Sweep (Mashable)
Sat Jan 2 12:00, 2010 GMT
Top 10 Security Challenges For 2010 InformationWeek Security researchers at Websense, Breach Security , IBM Internet Security Systems' X-Force, and Symantec concur that cybercriminals will escalate attacks on ...
Top 10 Security Challenges For 2010 - InformationWeek Court refuses to free two bloggers, adjourns appeal hearing until next month Azerbaijan - Court refuses to free two bloggers, adjourns appeal hearing until next month"> Azerbaijan -
Tue Dec 22 13:46, 2009 GMT
Reporters Without Borders is deeply disappointed that a Baku appeal court refused today to provisionally release jailed bloggers Adnan Hadjizade and Emin Milli and adjourned the hearing of their appeal until 8 January. Their lawyers protested against the court's treatment of the bloggers, who were led handcuffed into the courtroom. “By refusing to release Hadjizade and Milli on bail, by treating them as dangerous criminals and by postponing their appeal hearing, the court has lost an (...)
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Tue Dec 22 18:11, 2009 GMT
Reporters Without Borders condemns a decision by the Cairo court of cassation today to reject a request by the lawyers of jailed blogger Abdel Kareem Nabil Suleiman, better known by the pen-name of Kareem Amer, for his case to be retried. The judges said they would give the reasons for their ruling on 26 December. “This decision shows the Egyptian judicial system's lack of independence,” Reporters Without Borders said. “The authorities decided to make an example of Kareem Amer in order to (...)
Vietnam -
Wed Dec 23 17:06, 2009 GMT
Human rights lawyer Le Cong Dinh has been charged with “subversion” by the prosecutor's office, according to the Vietnamese newspaper Thanh Nien. He's now facing death penalty. Le was initially accused of “propaganda against the state” but now faces a subversion charge along with pro-democracy blogger Nguyen Tien Trung, who was arrested on 7 July, while the lawyer was arrested on 13 June. Both are accused of having links with the banned Democratic Party of Vietnam, producing propaganda (...)
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Mon Dec 28 17:36, 2009 GMT
Yesterday's opposition demonstrations, which were dispersed with violence and loss of life, were followed today by raids by the intelligence ministry and Revolutionary Guards on opposition figures and news media and a new wave of hacker attacks on websites. Several journalists, including Emadoldin Baghi, have been arrested. “The authorities want to silence the witnesses of the crackdown in order to continue committing atrocities with complete impunity,” Reporters Without Borders said, (...)
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Wed Dec 30 08:06, 2009 GMT
In 2009 76 journalists killed (60 in 2008) 33 journalists kidnapped 573 journalists arrested 1456 physically assaulted 570 media censored 157 journalists fled their countries 1 blogger died in prison 151 bloggers and cyber-dissidents arrested 61 physically assaulted 60 countries affected by online censorship Two appalling events marked 2009: one was the largest ever massacre of journalists in a single day – a total of 30 killed – by the private militia of a governor in (...)
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Fri Jan 1 17:30, 2010 GMT
Reporters Without Borders urges the US consumer electronics company Apple to explain the alleged censorship of the iPhone applications which, according to IDG News Service, it has implemented in its App Store in China. IDG publishes such specialist magazines as Macworld, PC World and Computerworld. “China's iPhone users have a right to know what they cannot access,” Reporters Without Borders said. “For the sake of transparency, Apple should release a complete list of the censored apps – if any (...)
China: Propaganda struggles could intensify - The Guardian
Mon Jan 4 04:56, 2010 GMT
Independent developer Conor O’Kane has decided to use his powers of coding to help fight the government’s current regime of video game censorship and planned internet filtering. (more…)
Fight Censorship By Sharing This Flash Game (Gizmodo Australia)
Mon Jan 4 04:34, 2010 GMT
The Inquisitr Think of the Children: Parallels Between Australia and Totalitarian Regimes on ... The Inquisitr Given a full day or five this post could be far more extensive in its examples of how Australia's draconian internet censorship policy has rich historical ...
Think of the Children: Parallels Between Australia and Totalitarian Regimes on ... - The Inquisitr
Mon Jan 4 06:33, 2010 GMT
In one of its most cynical moves yet, the Australian Government will delay the implementation of Internet censorship until after the next Australian Election. In a letter to an opponent of internet censorship, Minister for Censorship Stephen Conroy wrote that the Government would introduce “legislative amendments into Parliament to require all ISPs, starting twelve months from [...]
Australian Government To Delay Internet Censorship Until After Next Election (The Inquisitr)
Mon Jan 4 13:37, 2010 GMT
Is Cyber Crime a Threat to Your Business? PC World The balance between customer service and Internet security is delicate. The Pirates and Privateers: Who are the Scallywags? The threat is multi-layered: ... and more »
Is Cyber Crime a Threat to Your Business? - PC World
Mon Jan 4 13:23, 2010 GMT
Computer hacker Albert Gonzalez faces a minimum 17-year prison sentence after pleading guilty to a string of cyber-attacks on several firms - ...
Heartland hacker faces 17-year stretch
Mon Jan 4 15:54, 2010 GMT
There were sparks of hope, soon dashed, that China's strict Web censorship had eased, allowing YouTube, Facebook and other banned sites. 'It seemed just like a dream,' says one Twitter user. Web users reported an outage of China's strict Internet controls, known as the Great Firewall, for several hours this morning, allowing them brief access to banned websites such as YouTube, Facebook and ...
Heady Internet freedom in China as Great Firewall falls -- briefly (Los Angeles Times)
Mon Jan 4 16:04, 2010 GMT
The Inquisitr Australian internet censorship - at last, the game version The Guardian (blog) Censorship , the internet and the Australian government - that eternal threesome who never seem to tire of each other. Well, Australian internet users do ... Australian Government To Delay Internet Censorship Until After Next Election The Inquisitr Think of the Children: Parallels Between Australia and Totalitarian Regimes on ... The Inquisitr all 3 news articles »
Australian internet censorship - at last, the game version - The Guardian (blog)
Mon Jan 4 16:03, 2010 GMT
Chinese police arrested thousands in a drive against Internet pornography throughout 2009, officials said, vowing a deepening crackdown that critics say is being used to tighten overall censorship.
China: 5,394 arrested in ’Net porn crackdown (MSNBC)
Mon Jan 4 18:50, 2010 GMT
Internet Privacy in 2010: What's In Store Small Business Computing With increasing reports of identity theft, Internet privacy's a hot-button topic that's only getting hotter. It looks like 2010 may be the ...
Internet Privacy in 2010: What's In Store - Small Business Computing
Tue Jan 5 08:13, 2010 GMT
There were sparks of hope, soon dashed, that China's strict Web censorship had eased, allowing YouTube, Facebook and other banned sites. 'It seemed just like a dream,' says one Twitter user. For a couple of precious hours Monday, the Chinese government's Web censoring system, popularly known as the Great Firewall, was lifted. Suddenly, Internet users had access to websites that had been banned ...
China enjoys a burst of Internet freedom as Great Firewall falls -- briefly (Los Angeles Times)
Mon Jan 4 23:49, 2010 GMT
Shanghaiist How China's Attempts To Censor The Internet Are Failing Techdirt The Internet has enabled more Chinese to have more access to information today, and given them greater ability to communicate and express themselves than at ... Brief Web access in China as Great Firewall falls Washington Post Great Firewall of China Falls for a Brief Moment Sphere Internet in China briefly opens to world UPI.com Shanghaiist all 19 news articles »
How China's Attempts To Censor The Internet Are Failing - Techdirt
Sun Jan 3 16:01, 2010 GMT
Thaindian.com Security Advice for 2010: Trust No One IT Jungle That's the prediction of many major Internet security firms, including McAfee Labs and Websense Security Labs. McAfee Labs, which published its 2010 Threat ... Computer security firm lists cyber threats of 2010 Daily News & Analysis Facebook, Twitter to face more hacker attacks in 2010 DefenceWeb (press release) Watch Out: Cyber Threats to Expect in 2010 ABC News all 29 news articles »
Security Advice for 2010: Trust No One - IT Jungle
Tue Jan 5 09:56, 2010 GMT
The Belarusian authorities decided to tighten Internet censorship again. Pressure on the electronic mass media will considerably limit the opposition’s opportunities, the German paper supposes.
Tageszeitung: Internet censorship in Belarus directed against opposition
Tue Jan 5 11:04, 2010 GMT
Facebook has blocked a website which offers to remove people from social networking sites.
Facebook blocks deletion service
Mon Jan 4 21:12, 2010 GMT
Web users reported an outage of China's strict Internet controls, known as the Great Firewall, for several hours Monday morning, allowing them brief access to banned Web sites such as YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.
Brief outage of China's 'Great Firewall' allows glimpse of Facebook, Twitter (San Jose Mercury News)
Sat Jan 2 08:56, 2010 GMT
France24 China to tighten its grip on Web porn business this year TopNews Singapore The second prong of the strategy will deal with increasing the size of the Ministry's Internet security section that manages porn-related cases so that more ... Internet Censorship Tightens in China Before It's News China nabs 5400 people for online porn in 2009 Ynetnews China Cracks Down On Internet Porn Manolith Katonda  - RedOrbit  - AURUM3 NewTech all 227 news articles »
China to tighten its grip on Web porn business this year - TopNews Singapore
Tue Jan 5 14:08, 2010 GMT
Hackers Attack Ahmadinejad's Web site New York Times (blog) Mr. Heap, who has been active in the effort to provide Iranians with tools to circumvent Internet censorship this year, wrote that “someone seems to have ... and more »
Hackers Attack Ahmadinejad's Web site - New York Times (blog)
Tue Jan 5 15:25, 2010 GMT
Don't be poking me Facebook is blocking IP addresses relating to companies which offer a social network deletion service.… The power of collaboration within unified communications
Facebook blocks deletion services
Tue Jan 5 15:22, 2010 GMT
Transaction Wireless (TW), a mobile commerce payment and marketing company, and PowerPay, a leading electronic payments company, today announced a ...
PowerPay selects TW card terminal for merchant mobile processing
Tue Jan 5 15:55, 2010 GMT
Badoo , a social network popular in emerging markets like Russia and Brazil, has been banned in Iran. As of December 2009 Badoo says it had broken the 50 million user mark globally, with 250,000 of those coming from Iran. Pictured is the text that comes up when trying to access Badoo from inside Iran. Badoo runs a fine line between a social network and a dating or (more accurately) a flirting ...
No Flirting! Social Network Badoo Is Banned In Iran (TechCrunch)
Tue Jan 5 15:53, 2010 GMT
Cameroon Working to Improve Internet Security After Topping Fraud List Voice of America Biyiti Bi Essam says Cameroon is working with South Korea on a project to improve Internet security . He says the study has been completed and action will ...
Cameroon Working to Improve Internet Security After Topping Fraud List - Voice of America
Tue Jan 5 19:53, 2010 GMT
Mark Lacter: A small Santa Barbara company alleges that the Chinese illegally copied portions of its filtering code to block access to Internet sites.
Suing China big time (LA Observed)
Sat Jan 2 15:50, 2010 GMT
France24 China Cracks Down On Porn Content ITProPortal The statement that was posted on the internet security section of the website announced that the police will "intensify punishments for internet operations ... China says 5394 arrested in Internet porn crackdown Reuters China: Reaffirms Plans to “Purify” the Internet Zeropaid Internet Censorship Tightens in China The Epoch Times TopNews Singapore  - Wall Street Journal  - TopNews United States all 227 news articles »
China Cracks Down On Porn Content - ITProPortal
Tue Jan 5 22:12, 2010 GMT
Lawsuit alleges that Sony, Toshiba, Lenovo, and others distributed millions of copies of pirated Web filtering software at the behest of the Chinese government.
Cybersitter suit accuses China, PC makers of software piracy
Tue Jan 5 23:33, 2010 GMT
Santa Barbara-based internet filtering software provider Cybersitter said today that it has filed a $2.2 billion, software piracy suit against China, two Chinese software firms, and seven computer manufacturers, over misappropriation of trade secrets, unfair competition, copyright infringement and conspiracy. The lawsuit, filed in the federal court in Los Angeles, is a result of revelations in ...
Cybersitter Sues China Over Stolen 'Green Dam' Source Code (socalTech.com)
Wed Jan 6 01:30, 2010 GMT
Study: Three-quarters of US adults use Internet , more than half wirelessly CNET News Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... and more »
Study: Three-quarters of US adults use Internet, more than half wirelessly - CNET News
Wed Jan 6 01:51, 2010 GMT
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Lawsuit accuses China, PC makers of software piracy (ZDNet Asia)
Wed Jan 6 03:31, 2010 GMT
Alex White has posted on what he describes as soul searching in the campaign against internet filtering about its direction. White’s post is replete with useful links, and is well worth a read. He disagrees with the focus on censorship, arguing that there are few points of connection with the lived experience of the public [...]
The No Clean Feed campaign (Larvatus Prodeo)
Wed Jan 6 05:48, 2010 GMT
The family-owned CyberSitter filed suit in the Los Angeles federal court, seeking more than $2.2bn – the $40 list price of CyberSitter software multiplied by the 56.5m copies of the Green Dam censorship software installed by June, according to the Chinese government.
Cybersitter sues China for piracy (Financial Times)
Wed Jan 6 05:51, 2010 GMT
Jan. 6 (Bloomberg) -- China was accused of piracy in a lawsuit filed by a California software maker, which said the Green Dam Youth Escort filtering program installed on personal computers in the country infringes its copyright.
China Faces U.S. Piracy Lawsuit for Internet-Filtering Software (Bloomberg)
Wed Jan 6 06:47, 2010 GMT
The Slippery Slope Of Internet Censorship In India Techdirt Under a law that took effect in October, corporate officials from any Web site that fails to comply with requests to take down material or block sites can ...
The Slippery Slope Of Internet Censorship In India - Techdirt
Wed Jan 6 07:02, 2010 GMT
San Francisco (FT) -- A small California company that was one of the first to bring an internet porn filter to market sued the government of China and several major computer companies on Tuesday, accusing them of misappropriating its censorship program for use in the controversial "Green Dam" project.
Cybersitter sues China for piracy (CNN)
Wed Jan 6 11:46, 2010 GMT
Totally Trivial: Blue in the Facebook Total Telecom US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) chairman Julius Genachowski looks like he could do with a refresher on Internet security , after scammers ... and more »
Totally Trivial: Blue in the Facebook - Total Telecom
Wed Jan 6 12:06, 2010 GMT
One of the first developers of an internet porn filter is suing the Chinese government, claiming it misappropriated its technology for use in the Green Dam censorship project. read more
US firm sues China over Green Dam code (TG Daily)
Wed Jan 6 11:59, 2010 GMT
A US firm is suing China for alleged piracy of internet filtering software, claiming that lines of code were copied for the controversial Green Dam censorship program.
US software firm sues China over Green Dam piracy (Guardian Unlimited)
Wed Jan 6 15:04, 2010 GMT
ACI Worldwide (Nasdaq: ACIW), a leading international provider of electronic payments software and solutions, today announced that SunTrust Bank has ...
SunTrust Bank taps ACI Worldwide for ATM transaction processing
Wed Jan 6 20:04, 2010 GMT
Head of Microsoft's Windows division tells CNET that the so-called GodMode settings folder uncovered by bloggers is just one of many undocumented developer features included in Windows.
Exclusive: Windows 7 has lots of 'Godmodes'
Wed Jan 6 21:14, 2010 GMT
Consumers might get bitten The US federal consumer protection watchdog is barking at security and privacy risks posed by cloud computing.… What is your recession sales strategy?
Fed consumer watchdog barks at cloud security
Wed Jan 6 21:04, 2010 GMT
Chinese Censorship Equals Protectionism Wall Street Journal If China does not change its Internet censorship practices, it is likely to soon face another WTO dispute. The online market in China is simply too big for ...
Chinese Censorship Equals Protectionism - Wall Street Journal
Wed Jan 6 21:54, 2010 GMT
INTERNET LAW - Internet Censorship in South Korea IBLS INTERNET LAW (subscription) The Ordinance requires, among others, that Internet Service Providers block access to Websites on a government compiled list, that the Internet be ...
INTERNET LAW - Internet Censorship in South Korea - IBLS INTERNET LAW (subscription)
Wed Jan 6 22:05, 2010 GMT
A US maker of software that helps parents to filter internet content for their children is suing the Chinese Government for allegedly stealing its technology and using it to block sites deemed politically undesirable.
China sued for ‘stealing’ Cybersitter software program (Times Online)
Thu Jan 7 02:22, 2010 GMT
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EFA hires senior lecturer to counter net censorship (iTNews)
Thu Jan 7 03:50, 2010 GMT
A small California company that was one of the first to bring an internet porn filter to market is suing the government of China and several large computer companies, accusing them of misappropriating its censorship software for use in the controversial "Green Dam" project.
CyberSitter sues China over piracy (Financial Times)
Thu Jan 7 08:02, 2010 GMT
Report suggests 2009 was worst ever year for bloggers 2009 was a bad year for freedom of speech across the world, with journalists and bloggers getting the worst of it.… Case Study: WhatsUp keeps Legoland turnstyles ringing
It's official: Blogging is a dangerous business
Thu Jan 7 11:26, 2010 GMT
Reuters Baidu Entering Online Video Market, But Competition Stiff Wall Street Journal Youtube is unavailable in China due to government Internet censorship . Competition will also include several mature Internet portals such as Sohu.com Inc. ... See You On Baidu Forbes all 70 news articles »
Baidu Entering Online Video Market, But Competition Stiff - Wall Street Journal
Thu Jan 7 11:14, 2010 GMT
Forbidden Stories of 2009 in China Before It's News The Chinese regime has imposed the toughest internet censorship in the sensitive year of 2009 which marked the 20th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square ... Forbidden Stories of 2009 in China The Epoch Times all 2 news articles »
Forbidden Stories of 2009 in China - Before It's News
Thu Jan 7 12:04, 2010 GMT
Reuters Baidu to Enter Online Video Market Wall Street Journal YouTube is unavailable in China due to government Internet censorship . Competition will also include several mature Internet portals such as Sohu.com Inc. ... See You On Baidu Forbes all 77 news articles »
Baidu to Enter Online Video Market - Wall Street Journal
Thu Jan 7 13:07, 2010 GMT
Internet filter - national day of protest on March 6th iTWire The protest is geared towards being a civilized, family friendly event with guest speakers discussing details of internet censorship . ... National net filter protest pushed back Secure Computing all 3 news articles »
Internet filter - national day of protest on March 6th - iTWire
Thu Jan 7 14:22, 2010 GMT
Schtopp, this SP1 isn't ready yet Analysis Eagle-eyed bloggers who, it seems, have nothing better to do with their time then to scan Microsoft’s Windows 7 underbelly, recently discovered a Registry Key that points to service pack 1 of the operating system.… What is your recession sales strategy?
Will a service pack for Windows 7 rock up anytime soon?
Thu Jan 7 15:36, 2010 GMT
Self-described inventor, director, installer and active performer Dominic Gagnon's epic 60-minute video Rip In Pieces America is a vision of policing, censorship and erasure, in which power is exercised not by authorities but by ordinary people against each other. What is this brave new world?
Dominic Gagnon's RIP America is a compelling look at online censorship (Uptown Magazine)
Thu Jan 7 19:00, 2010 GMT
Help Net Security A closer look at CA Internet Security Suite Plus 2010 Help Net Security You can disable your firewall, block all internet activity or clean your cache. Modify settings regarding your network access and rules, browser, ...
A closer look at CA Internet Security Suite Plus 2010 - Help Net Security
Thu Jan 7 20:00, 2010 GMT
New Zealand Herald Communist Pirates Stealing For Censorship ? John Birch Society China's government and its internet - censorship regime allegedly incorporated 3000 lines of Cybersitter's software code into “Project Green Damn” — a ... Piracy Suit Targets China's Green Dam Wall Street Journal Web Censor Seeks $2.2 Billion for China Hack Wired News Suit Says 2 Chinese Firms Stole a Web-Blocking Code New York Times LA Weekly (blog)  - China Daily  - Telegraph.co.uk all 524 news articles »
Communist Pirates Stealing For Censorship? - John Birch Society
Thu Jan 7 21:11, 2010 GMT
Doug Casey on Currency Regime Change HoweStreet.com E-Gold was the first digital gold currency that saw fairly widespread adoption until it, too, got shut down by the US government. Now there's GoldMoney.com, ...
Doug Casey on Currency Regime Change - HoweStreet.com
Thu Jan 7 22:53, 2010 GMT
A California web-filtering company is claiming the Chinese government stole 3,000 lines of its code for a national censorship program, which was orchestrated with the help of international computer makers.
Web Censor Seeks $2.2 Billion for China Hack (Wired News)
Fri Jan 8 13:33, 2010 GMT
TechShout! (blog) Unistal brings BitDefender 2010 internet security and anti-virus solutions to ... TechShout! (blog) With the rise in cybercrime rates, the importance of internet security solutions cannot be ignored by any internet user. Unistal Systems has brought the ... and more »
Unistal brings BitDefender 2010 internet security and anti-virus solutions to ... - TechShout! (blog) Press freedom violations recounted in real time Iran - Press freedom violations recounted in real time"> Iran -
Mon Jan 4 08:35, 2010 GMT
8 January 2010 - Daily arrests As a roundup continues in Iran of opposition and media figures orchestrated by the Ministry of Intelligence and Revolutionary Guards, Reporters Without Borders voiced dismay at the arrests of Rozbeh Karimi, Mehrdad Rahimi, Behrangh Tonkaboni, Kivan Farzin, Mehdi Ghilani and Farshad Azizi. The worldwide press freedom organisation has heard nothing more of several other Iranian journalists and bloggers who were also reportedly taken into custody recently. Two (...)
Why the White House is backing away from Net neutrality - CNET
Fri Jan 8 19:26, 2010 GMT
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. judges put the Federal Communications Commission in the hot seat on Friday, questioning whether the communications regulator acted properly when it sanctioned Comcast Corp for blocking file-sharing services on its broadband network.
Judges question FCC authority in Comcast case
Fri Jan 8 20:14, 2010 GMT
Subversify (blog) Australia… Land of the Great Firewall Subversify (blog) In an unprecedented move for a democratic county, the Australian Federal Government is now about to legislate its plan for internet censorship on this ...
Australia… Land of the Great Firewall - Subversify (blog)
Fri Jan 8 21:32, 2010 GMT
I'm Personally Taking Drastic Measures DailyWealth But True Crypt really takes security pretty far. I could go on... But the goal today is to put your personal Internet privacy back in your own control, ... Simple Things to Make You Safer Online DailyWealth all 2 news articles »
I'm Personally Taking Drastic Measures - DailyWealth
Sat Jan 9 04:23, 2010 GMT
Currency Regime Change Lew Rockwell E-Gold was the first digital gold currency that saw fairly widespread adoption – until it, too, got shut down by the US government. ...
Currency Regime Change - Lew Rockwell
Sat Jan 9 12:43, 2010 GMT
Alternattiva Demokratika has reiterated its solidarity with university student and editor of the student newspaper Ir-Realta Mark Camilleri and called for the abolition of outdated censorship and obscenity laws.
Outdated censorship laws should be abolished - AD (Times of Malta)
Sat Jan 9 15:08, 2010 GMT
begin this week , with a closer watch on their material. The demise of a translation community, and the now unclear status of its return, is yet one more indicator that as there is no stopping, and li...
China's creeping censorship | Alice Xin Liu (MalaysiaNews.net)
Sat Jan 9 21:54, 2010 GMT
Wired News China Blocks Wired.com With 'Great Firewall' Wired News Or was it Wired.com's critical coverage of Chinese internet censorship ? Wired.com is the online affiliate of Wired magazine. Both are owned by Condé Nast, ...
China Blocks Wired.com With 'Great Firewall' - Wired News
Sun Jan 10 14:02, 2010 GMT
Comcast begs to differ - in court CES 2010 On Friday morning, Comcast asked a US court to strike down a 2008 Federal Communications Commission order to stop blocking subscribers' heavy use of its services, saying that the FCC had exceeded its authority. On Friday afternoon, during a casual interview at the Consumer Electronics Show, the response from the FCC chairman was: "No comment, but..."… Web threats: Why conventional protection doesn't work
FCC boss stumps for free and open internet
Mon Jan 11 08:11, 2010 GMT
In case Internet censorship imposed in Belarus, the country would be added to the list of countries such as North Korea, China and Iran.
Reporters Without Borders: Internet censorship in Belarus is intolerable
Mon Jan 11 12:07, 2010 GMT
Facebook genius foresaw today's no privacy 'norm' Mark Zuckerberg has revealed that he is a prophet, declaring that he had foreseen that people will soon have no qualms about displaying every minute detail of their private lives on the internet.… The power of collaboration within unified communications
Zuckerberg: 'I am a prophet'
Mon Jan 11 20:13, 2010 GMT
Joy Online Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg Claims Privacy Is Dead Switched (blog) The Facebook CEO recently begged people to hurl criticism at him when he essentially told TechCrunch's Michael Arrington that the age of Internet privacy ... Facebook's Zuckerberg: Face It, No One Wants Online Privacy Anymore ChannelWeb Facebook CEO: Privacy Not the 'Social Norm' eWeek Zuckerberg: Online Privacy Is Not A "Social Norm" Digitaltrends.com InternetNews.com  - Cato @ Liberty  - Foreign Policy all 66 news articles »
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg Claims Privacy Is Dead - Switched (blog)
Tue Jan 12 00:37, 2010 GMT
Хартия'97 2009 Was a Terrible Year for Free Speech Online MediaShift (blog) The list of approximately 120 victims of Internet censorship in 2009 also includes leading figures in the defense of online free speech, such as China's Hu ... Reporters Without Borders: Internet censorship in Belarus is intolerable Charter 97 all 2 news articles »
2009 Was a Terrible Year for Free Speech Online - MediaShift (blog)
Tue Jan 12 06:50, 2010 GMT
The Belarusian Language Society (BLS) named after Francysk Skaryna received a warning of the Ministry of Justice saying discussing draft decrees of Lukashenka disaccord with the organization’s charter.
Authorities banned discussing decree on Internet censorship
Tue Jan 12 05:36, 2010 GMT
BluePrint Data Offers 'Zero False Positive' Guarantee For Its Internet Content ... Business Solutions Magazine BluePrint Data OEMs its URL filter and content filtering databases, technology, and security products and services to Internet Security vendors such as ... and more »
BluePrint Data Offers 'Zero False Positive' Guarantee For Its Internet Content ... - Business Solutions Magazine
Tue Jan 12 10:51, 2010 GMT
DUSHANBE, TAJIKISTAN: The government of the former Soviet republic of Tajikistan has blocked websites criticizing it ahead of the February parliamentary election, telecommunications industry sources said on Monday.
Tajik govt blocks websites ahead of election (CIOL)
Tue Jan 12 10:23, 2010 GMT
Canadian online peer-to-peer lending service CommunityLend has launched in Ontario ahead of a planned national roll out.
P2P lender CommunityLend launches in Ontario
Tue Jan 12 10:11, 2010 GMT
Albany Software, the pioneering developer of electronic payment software solutions, today announces its strategic partnership with The FD Centre, the ...
Albany Software forms partnership with The FD Centre
Tue Jan 12 16:43, 2010 GMT
BankServ, worldwide experts in electronic payments, today announced that Dell, a leading provider of information technology and solutions, has ...
Dell selects BankServ TurboSwift
Tue Jan 12 16:59, 2010 GMT
China shut down or blocked more than 15,000 pornographic websites last year as part of a campaign to crack down on sexual content online, state media reported Tuesday.
China shuts down, blocks 15,000 porn websites: state media (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Tue Jan 12 19:42, 2010 GMT
Consumer protection agencies need privacy definitions The Hill Internet privacy continues to be a major concern among Americans. In a recent study, the Annenberg School found that ...
Consumer protection agencies need privacy definitions - The Hill
Tue Jan 12 20:30, 2010 GMT
Help Net Security Microsoft plugs Windows 2000 hole, Adobe to fix Reader CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... Microsoft Patches Windows Security Vulnerability eWeek Skip Microsoft's critical patch, focus on Adobe's, experts urge Computerworld Microsoft patches critical security issue Help Net Security PC Magazine (blog)  - ZDNet (blog)  - InformationWeek (blog) all 7 news articles »
Microsoft plugs Windows 2000 hole, Adobe to fix Reader - CNET
Tue Jan 12 20:46, 2010 GMT
M*A*S*H with hackers instead of medics South Korea has launched a cyberwarfare command centre designed to fight against possible hacking attacks blamed on North Korea and China.… Web threats: Why conventional protection doesn't work
South Korea sets up cyberwarfare unit to repel NORK hackers
Tue Jan 12 21:13, 2010 GMT
The steadily growing list of banned websites makes it impossible to predict, let alone stop, your favourite sites being blocked Most Chinese bloggers, Twitter users and internet-savvy folk are happy about the suing of the Green Dam by Cybersitter LLC, who this week claimed that China's software developers stole 3,000 lines of code directly from them and used it for the controversial Green Dam ...
China's creeping censorship (Guardian Unlimited)
Tue Jan 12 17:10, 2010 GMT
Reuters Iranian hackers deface top China website Financial Times That group identifies itself on its website as an alliance of internet security professionals with links to various other hacker groups. ... Baidu goes amiss after invasion by hackers [01:29] Shanghai Daily 'Iranian Cyber Army' Strikes Chinese Site New York Times (blog) Baidu.com probably attacked from US domain registrar, says researcher Computerworld The Hindu  - BBC News  - Wall Street Journal all 234 news articles »
Iranian hackers deface top China website - Financial Times
Tue Jan 12 23:00, 2010 GMT
Following attacks on Gmail accounts of human rights activists, Google said Tuesday it will no longer censor search results in China, and might shut down Google.cn.
Google to end censorship in China, may pull out
Tue Jan 12 23:05, 2010 GMT
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Google Inc is considering shutting down its China operations and website after hackers in China coordinated a "highly sophisticated" cyber-attack on the Internet search giant in December and targeted at least a score of other major corporations, it said on Tuesday.
Google says may pull out of China after Web attacks
Tue Jan 12 23:13, 2010 GMT
Google has revealed that the Gmail accounts of Chinese human rights activists were targeted last December in a hacking attempt. That, along with other issues, has convinced the company that it will no longer due business in China according to Chinese government rules.
Google Just Says No To China: Ending Censorship, Due To Gmail Attack (Search Engine Land)
Tue Jan 12 23:46, 2010 GMT
Google Inc. will stop censoring its search results in China and may pull out of the country after discovering that computers hackers had tricked human rights activists into opening their e-mail accounts to outsiders.
E-mail leak has Google threatening to leave China (AP via Yahoo! News)
Tue Jan 12 23:46, 2010 GMT
Following a spate cyber attacks, Google has set itself on a collision course with the Chinese state.
Google will quit China unless web censorship ends (Daily Telegraph)
Tue Jan 12 23:54, 2010 GMT
According to information just released from Google, its Chinese web portal, Google.cn, may be biting the dust shortly. In the wake of a string of cyberattacks, certain surveillance activities and long-standing censorship policies, Google SVP David Drummond writes, "We have decided we are no longer willing to continue censoring our results on Google.cn... We should review the feasibility of our ...
Google to Shut Down in China? (ReadWriteWeb)
Tue Jan 12 23:34, 2010 GMT
Google has announced a rather bold move today: It will no longer censor search results on Google.cn, the Chinese version of the search engine. Apparently they will maintain this stance, even if it...
Google Refuses to Continue Censoring Results in China [Censorship] (Gizmodo)
Tue Jan 12 23:52, 2010 GMT
With Google saying it will stop censoring its Chinese search results, a key question now is whether its major search rivals will follow suit.
Will Microsoft, Yahoo follow Google's lead in China?
Wed Jan 13 00:12, 2010 GMT
Human rights activists hit in 20 company dragnet Google plans to curb its controversial practice of censoring search results in China after uncovering a "highly sophisticated and targeted attack" designed to steal information about human rights activists from its Gmail service and at least 20 other large companies.… Offloading malware protection to the cloud
Google may exit China following 'highly targeted' attack
Thu Jan 1 00:00, 1970 GMT
Looking back at the Washington Post/Gawker skirmish in search of a model for fair use on the Web.
Bloggers: Remixers or Plagiarists?
Wed Jan 13 00:14, 2010 GMT
Iain Thomson in San Francisco, V3.co.uk , Wednesday 13 January 2010 at 00:03:00 Company threatens pullout after human rights hacking Google has issued a shock announcement that it is to end censoring the results of its Google.cn search engine after a series of hacking attacks that it says was aimed at human rights activists. The company said in a posting on its corporate blog that it, and at ...
Google to end censorship of Chinese searches (vnunet.com)
Wed Jan 13 00:01, 2010 GMT
Google Inc said it may pull out of China because it is no longer willing to accept censorship of search results and after hackers coordinated a sophisticated attack on email accounts of human rights activists using its Gmail service.
Google may pull out of China after Web attacks (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
Wed Jan 13 00:18, 2010 GMT
Google has said it will end the controversial censorship of its search service in China and risk being thrown out of the world’s most populous internet market, following what it claimed were Chinese-based attempts to hack into its systems and those of other international companies.
Financial Times FT.com (Financial Times)
Wed Jan 13 00:26, 2010 GMT
Google Inc. will stop censoring its search results in China and may pull out of the country completely after discovering that computers hackers had tricked human rights activists into opening their e-mail accounts to outsiders.
Google to end China censorship after e-mail breach (AP via Yahoo! News)
Wed Jan 13 00:35, 2010 GMT
Google said Tuesday that it may leave China and shut down its strictly monitored site there, Google.cn, citing censorship rules and a targeted cyber attack on its network infrastructure.
Google may leave China after cyber attack (CNN Money)
Tue Jan 12 23:21, 2010 GMT
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Google to end censorship in China, may leave over compromise of dissidents' e-mail accounts (Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune)
Wed Jan 13 00:53, 2010 GMT
Google discovered hacker attacks on the email accounts of Chinese human rights activists... by Tom Foremski
Google will stop censorship and might close China operations over cyber attacks (ZDNet)
Wed Jan 13 01:03, 2010 GMT
Targeted cyber attacks on corporate data at least 20 public companies in China and efforts to steal data about human rights advocates have prompted Google to re-evaluate its cooperation with Chinese censors.
Google Ends Censorship In China (InformationWeek)
Wed Jan 13 01:07, 2010 GMT
SAN FRANCISCO -- Google Inc. will stop censoring its search results in China and may pull out of the country completely after discovering that computer hackers had tricked human rights activists into opening their e-mail accounts to outsiders.
Google to end China censorship after breach (Detroit Free Press)
Wed Jan 13 01:32, 2010 GMT
Telegraph.co.uk Cyberwar breaks out as Iranians hack into Chinese search engine Financial Times That group identifies itself on its website as an alliance of internet security professionals with links to other hacker groups. Yesterday, the Honker Union ... Hackers attack Baidu China Daily 'Iranian Cyber Army' Strikes Chinese Site New York Times (blog) Baidu.com probably attacked from US domain registrar, says researcher Computerworld The Hindu  - Wall Street Journal all 243 news articles »
Cyberwar breaks out as Iranians hack into Chinese search engine - Financial Times
Wed Jan 13 01:41, 2010 GMT
The Guardian US, Google take hard line on China Web censorship Reuters O) separately said they would move against Chinese Internet censorship , possibly signaling the start of a harder line toward China by US President Barack ... Google will stop censorship and might close China operations over cyber attacks ZDNet (blog) Google Takes On China Forbes Google Introduces New Security Measures After Cyber-Attack Wall Street Journal The Guardian  - Wired News  - PC Magazine all 695 news articles »
US, Google take hard line on China Web censorship - Reuters
Wed Jan 13 01:36, 2010 GMT
Google Inc. will stop censoring its search results in China and may pull out of the country completely after discovering that computer hackers had tricked human rights activists into opening their e-mail accounts to outsiders.   The change-of-heart announced Tuesday heralds a major shift for Google, which has repeatedly said it will obey Chinese laws that require some politically and socially ...
Google to end China censorship after Gmail breach (Peoria Journal Star)
Wed Jan 13 01:41, 2010 GMT
The United States and Google Inc separately said they would move against Chinese Internet censorship, possibly signalling the start of a harder line towards China by U.S. President Barack Obama and the end of Google's business in the country.
U.S., Google take hard line on China censorship  (Reuters via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)
Wed Jan 13 01:40, 2010 GMT
The United States and Google Inc separately said they would move against Chinese Internet censorship, possibly signaling the start of a harder line toward China by U.S. President Barack Obama and the end of Google's business in the country.
U.S. and Google take hard line on China Web censorship (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
Tue Jan 12 22:15, 2010 GMT
BBC News (blog) Zuckerberg's Comments Unleash Firestorm of Dissent NewsFactor Network Among the dissenters is a Stanford law professor who researches and lectures on Internet privacy . He said Zuckerberg's assessment conflicts with recent ... Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg Claims Privacy Is Dead Switched (blog) Facebook CEO: Less Privacy Is Social Norm InformationWeek Facebook CEO: Privacy Policies Continue to Adapt to Social Norm TMCnet The AtlanticWire (blog)  - WalletPop (blog)  - Mediapost.com all 140 news articles »
Zuckerberg's Comments Unleash Firestorm of Dissent - NewsFactor Network
Wed Jan 13 02:13, 2010 GMT
Times Online Google Could Leave China over Censorship , E-mail Attacks PC World Reuters reports that Secretary of State Hillary Clinton met with tech industry execs last week and discussed taking a harder line against Chinese Internet ... US, Google take hard line on China Web censorship Reuters Google will stop censorship and might close China operations over cyber attacks ZDNet (blog) Google Takes On China Forbes New York Times  - Wall Street Journal  - PC Magazine all 810 news articles »
Google Could Leave China over Censorship, E-mail Attacks - PC World
Wed Jan 13 02:08, 2010 GMT
Source: Human Rights Watch (New York) - Google's unprecedented announcement today that it will not accept censorship of its search engine in China is an important step to protect human rights online, Human Rights Watch said ...
China: Google Challenges Censorship (AlertNet)
Wed Jan 13 01:59, 2010 GMT
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Google Inc said it may pull out of China because it is no longer willing to accept censorship of its search results, in a surprise retreat from the world's largest Internet market by users.
Google may pull out of China over censorship
Tue Jan 12 23:42, 2010 GMT
UPDATED SAN FRANCISCO, Jan 13 — The United States and Google Inc separately said they would move against Chinese Internet censorship, possibly signalling the start of a harder line towards China by US President Barack Obama and the end of Google's business in the country. US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton plans to help citizens in other countries, including China, get uncensored access to ...
US, Google take hard line on China web censorship (The Malaysian Insider)
Wed Jan 13 04:19, 2010 GMT
Google says it will no longer censor the Chinese Internet, a move that means it will likely have to pull its business out of the world’s most populous nation.
Google to halt Chinese Internet censorship (Canada.com)
Wed Jan 13 04:09, 2010 GMT
Well, we've got to hand it to Google—the company's "don't be evil" schtick has long worn thin and governments around the globe are already probing its potential monopoly power, but who else would come out swinging against the entire Chinese government and announce an end to its own collaboration in censorship, all while recognizing that it could lose access to the entire Chinese market? And do ...
Furious Google throws down gauntlet to China over censorship (Ars Technica)
Wed Jan 13 04:14, 2010 GMT
* Google may pull out of China due to search censorship
WRAPUP 2-U.S., Google take hard line on China Web censorship (Reuters via Yahoo! Asia News)
Wed Jan 13 04:48, 2010 GMT
The United States and Google have both said they would move against Chinese internet censorship, possibly signalling the start of a harder line towards China.
Web censorship: clash of the behemoths (Brisbane Times)
Wed Jan 13 05:00, 2010 GMT
Google's showdown with the Chinese government over censorship could allow it to emerge with its head held high and change the playing field in China for American competitors.
Dynasty denied, Google rethinks China
Wed Jan 13 05:53, 2010 GMT
US, Google Take Hard Line on China Internet Controls New York Times By REUTERS SAN FRANCISCO/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Google Inc may pull out of China because of censorship and cyber attacks on rights activists, ...
US, Google Take Hard Line on China Internet Controls - New York Times
Wed Jan 13 05:35, 2010 GMT
Google Inc may pull out of China because of censorship and cyber attacks on rights activists, further straining Sino-U.S. relations as Washington prepared to tackle global Internet censorship.
U.S., Google take hard line on China Internet controls  (Reuters via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)
Wed Jan 13 06:17, 2010 GMT
Internet giant Google Inc has made a shock threat to quit China, the world's biggest Internet market by users, after hackers accessed human rights activists' e-mail accounts.
Google may quit China over censorship (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
Wed Jan 13 07:21, 2010 GMT
Google Inc. will stop censoring its search results in China and may pull out of the country completely after discovering that computer hackers had tricked human-rights activists into exposing their e-mail accounts to outsiders. Tuesday's announcement comes amid growing tensions between China and the U.S. over Internet freedom.
Google To End China Censorship After E-Mail Breach (NPR)
Wed Jan 13 07:01, 2010 GMT
Many Chinese internet users and analysts have reacted with dismay to the news that Google was considering pulling out of China, describing it as a 'tragedy' that would further entrench internet censorship and choke innovation on the Chinese web.
Chinese internet users say Google's exit would be a 'tragedy' (Daily Telegraph)
Wed Jan 13 07:21, 2010 GMT
Google's announcement that it may quit China over censorship and hacking drew applause, warnings and bouquets from dissidents and Internet activists on Wednesday, with few seeing much chance of the wary government giving ground.
Chinese Internet activists applaud Google, see no backdown (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
Wed Jan 13 07:52, 2010 GMT
Google sends a shockwave through Chinese internet The Guardian It would be easy (but almost certainly hopelessly optimistic) to think that by those actions, internet censorship will end in China. ...
Google sends a shockwave through Chinese internet - The Guardian
Wed Jan 13 07:50, 2010 GMT
Google, the internet search engine, has threatened to pull out of China in a row over censorship.
Google threatens to quit China over censorship (Daily Telegraph)
Wed Jan 13 08:15, 2010 GMT
AFP Tiananmen 'Tank Man' photo available on Google China AFP Other major state-run outlets ran only brief reports that failed to mention the allegations of government Internet censorship or hacking directed at rights ...
Tiananmen 'Tank Man' photo available on Google China - AFP
Wed Jan 13 08:32, 2010 GMT
Google delighted free-speech advocates as it threatened to pull out of China over censorship and cyber attacks, but the move upends one of the company's most important growth initiatives.
Google threatens to pull out of China over censorship row (Evening Standard)
Wed Jan 13 09:00, 2010 GMT
Google's announcement that it may quit China over censorship and hacking has drawn applause, warnings and bouquets from dissidents and Internet activists.
Internet activists applaud Google threat (Independent Online)
Wed Jan 13 09:14, 2010 GMT
Jan. 13 (Bloomberg) -- Google Inc. ’s threat to pull out of China because of hacking and censorship may further the Communist government’s resolve to shape the Internet to its political advantage rather than accept the “unrestricted” Web advocated by President Barack Obama .
Google China Attacks Presage Battle With U.S. to Shape Internet (Bloomberg)
Wed Jan 13 09:08, 2010 GMT
Google Inc threatened to quit China, the world's biggest Internet market, warning it would no longer tolerate strict censorship of its Google.cn search engine.
Rejecting censorship, Google threatens to quit China (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
Wed Jan 13 09:17, 2010 GMT
UK Government Misses Crucial EU Legal Deadline on Internet Privacy ISPReview UK In October last year the European Commission (EC) opened a second phase of its infringement proceeding against the UK concerning a lack of full privacy and ...
UK Government Misses Crucial EU Legal Deadline on Internet Privacy - ISPReview UK
Wed Jan 13 08:55, 2010 GMT
The Action Fraud helpline will be run by the government's National Fraud Reporting Centre and will handle reports of all types of fraud, including cybercrime
National online-fraud helpline to launch in April
Wed Jan 13 10:15, 2010 GMT
Jan. 13 (Bloomberg) -- Google Inc. defied the Chinese government by saying it will end self-censorship of its search engine and may quit the world’s largest Internet market after attacks on e-mail accounts of human-rights activists.
Google May Exit China After Ending Self-Censorship (Update2) (Bloomberg)
Wed Jan 13 10:58, 2010 GMT
Google's announcement that it may quit China over censorship and hacking drew applause, warnings and bouquets from dissidents and Internet activists on Wednesday, with few seeing much chance of the wary government giving ground.
Chinese internet activists applaud Google (Independent)
Wed Jan 13 10:15, 2010 GMT
Jan. 13 (Bloomberg) -- Google Inc. ’s threat to pull out of China because of hacking and censorship may further the Communist government’s resolve to shape the Internet to its political advantage rather than accept the “unrestricted” Web advocated by President Barack Obama .
Google Attacks Presage U.S.-China Internet Battle (Update1) (Bloomberg)
Wed Jan 13 11:15, 2010 GMT
Joy Online Opinion: Does anyone care about still internet privacy ? Expert Reviews We carried out a quick straw poll of the Expert Reviews staff to gauge our own opinions on internet privacy . In general, we feel that it's inadvisable to ... Zuckerberg's Comments Unleash Firestorm of Dissent NewsFactor Network Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg Claims Privacy Is Dead Switched (blog) Facebook CEO: Less Privacy Is Social Norm InformationWeek The Industry Standard  - TMCnet  - TechCrunch (blog) all 145 news articles »
Opinion: Does anyone care about still internet privacy? - Expert Reviews
Wed Jan 13 09:56, 2010 GMT
* Google may pull out of China due to search censorship
WRAPUP 1-U.S., Google and China square off over Internet (Reuters via Yahoo! Philippines News)
Wed Jan 13 12:46, 2010 GMT
Clinton calls on China to explain internet persecution Foreign Policy Google, along with other internet giants, has come under fire before for aiding Chinese internet censorship and persecution of free speech by Chinese ...
Clinton calls on China to explain internet persecution - Foreign Policy
Wed Jan 13 13:05, 2010 GMT
After coming under cyberattack from China, Google decides to halt censorship on Google.cn, which may force it to stop operations in the country
Google may pull out of China Google rebels against China's Internet censors China - Google rebels against China's Internet censors"> China -
Wed Jan 13 12:48, 2010 GMT
Reporters Without Borders hails US Internet giant Google's announcement yesterday that it will stop censoring the Chinese version of its search engine, Google.cn – a move that could lead to Google.cn's closure and Google's withdrawal from the Chinese market. The company said it took the decision following sophisticated cyber-attacks on Gmail accounts coming from China. “We can only welcome the courage shown by Google's executives,” Reporters Without Borders said. “A foreign IT company has finally (...)
Opinion: Does anyone still care about internet privacy? - Expert Reviews
Wed Jan 13 03:17, 2010 GMT
Google learned to say NO, just like Conan O'Brien CNET Asia (blog) My first reaction is to think that I don't know enough on this subject to form an opinion.........then I think of the Internet censorship in Australia and ... and more »
Google learned to say NO, just like Conan O'Brien - CNET Asia (blog)
Wed Jan 13 13:40, 2010 GMT
The Hindu Google vs. China: Google draws line at censorship in prize market Christian Science Monitor An ongoing study of 70 countries shows “a clear trend toward more Internet censorship and more controls at national borders,” he says. ... Google May Exit China After Ending Self- Censorship Bloomberg Google Could Leave China over Censorship , E-mail Attacks PC World Chinese Internet activists applaud Google, see no backdown Reuters ZDNet (blog)  - New York Times  - The Guardian all 2,126 news articles »
Google vs. China: Google draws line at censorship in prize market - Christian Science Monitor
Wed Jan 13 14:19, 2010 GMT
China crisis not exactly a human rights triumph Comment Amnesty International was among the human rights organisations scrambling to congratulate Google for threatening to pull out of China today.…
Google leaves censorship to China's experts
Wed Jan 13 09:50, 2010 GMT
Google risks having its online services blocked in China as it defies local authorities by ending censorship of results on its Chinese search engine, analysts said.
China Won't Yield to Google on Censorship, Analysts Say (PC World via Yahoo! News)
Wed Jan 13 14:27, 2010 GMT
Reuters Internet Censorship at Center of Google Dispute with China Voice of America Some objected to government censorship of the Internet , while others urged patience and said they believe Internet censorship in China will not end ... Google May Exit China After Ending Self- Censorship Bloomberg Google vs. China: Google draws line at censorship in prize market Christian Science Monitor Google Could Leave China over Censorship , E-mail Attacks PC World ZDNet (blog)  - Reuters  - Canada.com all 2,207 news articles »
Internet Censorship at Center of Google Dispute with China - Voice of America
Wed Jan 13 14:58, 2010 GMT
Google's threat to pull out of China over censorship is a rare display of defiance in a system where foreign companies have long accepted intrusive controls to gain access to a huge and growing market.
Google clashes with China over censorship (Courier-Post)
Wed Jan 13 05:00, 2010 GMT
roundup A blunt declaration by Google on censorship and surveillance underscores the troubled history for Internet companies doing business in China.
Google's challenge in China
Wed Jan 13 09:52, 2010 GMT
Google Inc.’s threat to pull out of China because of hacking and censorship may further the Communist government’s resolve to shape the Internet to its political advantage rather than accept the “unrestricted” Web advocated by President Barack Obama.
Google China Attacks Presage Internet Battle (BusinessWeek)
Wed Jan 13 16:39, 2010 GMT
Within hours of Google's announcement that it was no longer willing to self-censor in China, Google.cn was retrieving results for sensitive topics including the 1989 crackdown at Tiananmen Square, the Dalai Lama and the banned Falun Gong spiritual movement.
Google relaxes self-censorship in China (CNN)
Wed Jan 13 16:37, 2010 GMT
U.S. President Barack Obama backs the right to Internet freedom in China, the White House said on Wednesday, after Google threatened to quit China over censorship and hacking concerns.
Obama backs Internet freedom in China - W.House (Reuters via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)
Wed Jan 13 16:36, 2010 GMT
LONDON/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Cyber attacks disclosed by Google and Adobe that may lead Google to quit China highlight a sophisticated type of bespoke cyberspying that could be more widespread than previously thought.
Google China spat shines spotlight on cyberspying
Wed Jan 13 16:45, 2010 GMT
AFP Chinese Internet users praise Google's threat to exit Los Angeles Times President Obama made internet censorship a central theme of his maiden visit to China in November, inviting bloggers to submit questions at a "town hall" ... Google May Leave China Over Cyber Attack, Censorship Associated Content China urges integration of Web, telecoms, broadcast media AFP all 7 news articles »
Chinese Internet users praise Google's threat to exit - Los Angeles Times
Wed Jan 13 16:41, 2010 GMT
Globe and Mail Google: US and China on diplomatic collision course over internet censorship row Daily Mail Kate Allen said: 'This now lays down the gauntlet to other internet companies operating in China to be transparent about what filtering and censorship the ... Internet Censorship at Center of Google Dispute with China Voice of America Google vs. China: Google draws line at censorship in prize market Christian Science Monitor Google Could Leave China over Censorship , E-mail Attacks PC World Reuters  - Discover Magazine (blog)  - ZDNet (blog) all 2,691 news articles »
Google: US and China on diplomatic collision course over internet censorship row - Daily Mail
Wed Jan 13 16:23, 2010 GMT
* Google may pull out of China due to search censorship
WRAPUP 3-U.S., Google and China square off over Internet (Reuters via Yahoo! Malaysia News)
Wed Jan 13 17:25, 2010 GMT
Amnesty International has again urged the Chinese authorities to end censorship of the internet after online firm Google raised concern about the hacking of human rights activists’ email accounts. Google says the email accounts of Chinese human rights activists were targeted by hackers and has called for an urgent meeting with authorities in China to discuss censorship and its plans to remove ...
China's censorship of the internet must stop (Amnesty International)
Wed Jan 13 17:51, 2010 GMT
International Fallout of Google's Blow to Censorship The AtlanticWire (blog) Starting the Wave of Backlash The Guardian's Charles Arthur acknowledges that the idea that " Internet censorship will end in China" is "hopelessly ... and more »
International Fallout of Google's Blow to Censorship - The AtlanticWire (blog)
Wed Jan 13 17:27, 2010 GMT
The White House said Wednesday that it backs the "right to a free Internet" and confirmed it has held talks with Google, which has threatened to quit China over censorship demands.
White House backs 'free Internet' in Google-China dispute (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Wed Jan 13 17:56, 2010 GMT
Jan. 14 (Bloomberg) -- Google Inc. ’s threat to pull out of China because of hacking and censorship may strengthen the Communist government’s resolve to shape the Internet to its advantage rather than accept the “unrestricted” Web advocated by President Barack Obama .
Google Attacks May Presage Internet Battle Between China, U.S. (Bloomberg)
Wed Jan 13 18:03, 2010 GMT
A decision by Google to abandon the voluntary censorship of its service in China is expected to trigger a domino effect that will challenge the state's control over information.
US and China on diplomatic collision course over Google internet censorship row (Daily Mail)
Wed Jan 13 18:51, 2010 GMT
Hours after dropping Chinese hack bomb Just hours after Google disclosed it and at least 20 other large companies were the targets of highly sophisticated cyberattacks , the online giant said it would enhance the security of its email service by automatically encrypting entire web sessions.… Case Study: WhatsUp keeps Legoland turnstyles ringing
Google flips default switch for always-on Gmail crypto
Wed Jan 13 18:59, 2010 GMT
Bloggers, social networkers and online journalists have reacted "en masse" to Google's controversial decision to stop censoring search results on the Chinese version of their search engine.
Internet reacts to Google’s anti-censorship in China stance (Independent)
Wed Jan 13 20:07, 2010 GMT
Congress to Investigate Google Charges Of Chinese Internet Spying AHN Congress investigated China's Internet spying and censorship campaign in a May 20, 2008, hearing. The hearing also examined Internet censorship by the ... and more »
Congress to Investigate Google Charges Of Chinese Internet Spying - AHN
Wed Jan 13 20:19, 2010 GMT
Telegraph.co.uk Chinese Censorship Policy May Force Google to Shut Local Site BusinessWeek “Western companies such as Google face a dilemma in China,” said Norbert Pohlmann, a professor and head of the Internet - security research at the University ... Chinese Internet users praise Google's threat to exit Los Angeles Times Internet Censorship at Center of Google Dispute with China Voice of America Google Upends Norms in China Wall Street Journal Christian Science Monitor  - PC World  - Daily Mail all 2,951 news articles »
Chinese Censorship Policy May Force Google to Shut Local Site - BusinessWeek
Wed Jan 13 20:56, 2010 GMT
• Internet giant brings an end to four years of controversy • Reputation damaged by decision to launch censored index Google's decision to lift its censorship in China brings to an end four years of controversy that have left the company – and its reputation – battered and bruised. What began in 2006 as a mission to expand the internet giant's reach soon attracted a firestorm of criticism and ...
Google counts cost of censorship and draws red line under China (Guardian Unlimited)
Wed Jan 13 21:33, 2010 GMT
Google's threat to end its operations in China over censorship and computer-security concerns could embarrass communist leaders who crave international respect. Yet it appears unlikely that many other companies would follow suit and try to change how business is done in China.
Google To End China Censorship Following Hacker Attack (FOX40 Sacramento)
Wed Jan 13 21:44, 2010 GMT
A woman reads the signs on flowers delivered by Chinese Google users outside the Google China headquarters, after Google announced that it may quit China over censorship and hacking.
U.S., Google and China square off over Internet (MalaysiaNews.net)
Wed Jan 13 21:55, 2010 GMT
Google's cyber woes in China may aid security firms Reuters Google has threatened to quit China, the world's biggest Internet market, saying it would no longer tolerate strict censorship of its Google.cn search ... and more »
Google's cyber woes in China may aid security firms - Reuters
Wed Jan 13 23:20, 2010 GMT
The US says it is "troubled" by attacks on e-mail accounts of Chinese human rights activists as Google warns it may pull out.
US worry at Chinese cyberattacks
Wed Jan 13 23:55, 2010 GMT
BigPond News Opinion: Google sets stage for political compromise on Chinese censorship EETimes.com After all, the US has already complained about the strict new Internet censorship rules that include the Great Firewall of China, deep packet inspections, ... Greens want Australia to boycott China BigPond News all 19 news articles »
Opinion: Google sets stage for political compromise on Chinese censorship - EETimes.com
Thu Jan 14 00:26, 2010 GMT
The White House says it backs the right to a free internet and has confirmed it has held talks with Google after the internet giant threatened to quit China over its web censorship demands.
White House backs a 'free Internet' (Sky News Australia)
Thu Jan 14 00:12, 2010 GMT
BitDefender Internet Security 2010 Expert Reviews BitDefender Internet Security 2010 has plenty of features in addition to the usual spam filtering and firewall. Parental controls let you set different ... McAfee Internet Security 2009 Expert Reviews Kaspersky Lab Internet Security 2010 Expert Reviews all 3 news articles »
BitDefender Internet Security 2010 - Expert Reviews
Thu Jan 14 01:17, 2010 GMT
Timeline: Chinese internet censorship over the last year The Guardian March: China blocks YouTube after denouncing as "a lie" footage that appears to show security forces beating Tibetans in Lhasa last year. ...
Timeline: Chinese internet censorship over the last year - The Guardian
Thu Jan 14 01:04, 2010 GMT
"Information wants to be free," Internet Utopians like to say. Google's pragmatists proved it could be ad-supported. And authoritarians swear by shackles.
Sunnyvale startup AnchorFree undermines censorship in China and elsewhere (San Jose Mercury News)
Thu Jan 14 02:23, 2010 GMT
GOOGLE’S threat to pull out of China over censorship is a rare display of defiance in a system where foreign companies have long accepted intrusive controls to gain access to a huge and growing market.
Google defiant in threat to pull out of China over censorship (Irish Examiner)
Thu Jan 14 02:34, 2010 GMT
Internet giant Google said Wednesday that censorship efforts contributed to the company's threat to pull its business out of China. Jeffrey Brown talks to journalists for more.
Google's Threats to Leave China Renew Censorship Concerns (The Online NewsHour)
Thu Jan 14 01:46, 2010 GMT
US law firm behind China piracy suit targeted in attacks CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... US Law Firm In China Green Dam Case Suffered Cyber Attacks Wall Street Journal LA law firm says it was target of cyber attacks Tuscaloosa News (subscription) all 100 news articles »
US law firm behind China piracy suit targeted in attacks - CNET
Thu Jan 14 03:05, 2010 GMT
24 hours after Google dropped a bombshell and said they would stop censoring results in China, and possibly pull out of the country altogether, the tech world continues to debate the deeper meaning. After an initial focus on Google “doing the right” thing by dropping censorship, a secondary debate emerged around whether the whole announcement was [...]
Google China Is All To Do With Avoiding A Privacy Trust Crisis, Not Censorship (The Inquisitr)
Thu Jan 14 03:07, 2010 GMT
China told companies to cooperate with state control of the Internet on Thursday, showing no sign of giving ground on censorship after U.S. Internet giant Google threatened to quit the country.
China affirms control over Internet (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
Thu Jan 14 03:49, 2010 GMT
China has told companies to cooperate with state control of the internet, showing no sign of giving ground on censorship after US internet giant Google threatened to quit the country.
China not budging on censorship (Brisbane Times)
Thu Jan 14 03:03, 2010 GMT
The White House says it backs the right to a free internet and has confirmed it has held talks with Google after the internet giant threatened to quit China over its web censorship demands.
White House backs a free internet (Sky News Australia)
Thu Jan 14 03:43, 2010 GMT
China has told companies to cooperate with state control of the internet, showing no sign of giving ground on censorship after US internet giant Google threatened to quit the country.
China not budging on censorship (The Age)
Thu Jan 14 04:23, 2010 GMT
Jan. 14 (Bloomberg) -- Google Inc .’s threat to shutter operations in China over censorship and hacking is another flashpoint in the China-U.S. relationship as the countries seek to resolve trade disputes and reach a common position on reining in the nuclear ambitions of Iran and North Korea.
Google's Censorship Dispute to Fuel Growing U.S.-China Tensions (Bloomberg)
Thu Jan 14 04:21, 2010 GMT
Siliconrepublic.com Facebook and McAfee Partner to Make the Internet More Secure EON: Enhanced Online News (press release) McAfee Internet Security Suite software protects users' PCs from online threats, viruses, spyware, hackers, online scammers, identity thieves and other ... Facebook snuggles with McAfee in security spree Register McAfee in deal to power Facebook security ops ZDNet Asia Facebook teams with McAfee to tighten security AFP San Francisco Chronicle (blog)  - CIO Today  - SmartHouse all 268 news articles »
Facebook and McAfee Partner to Make the Internet More Secure - EON: Enhanced Online News (press release)
Thu Jan 14 04:52, 2010 GMT
China spat: US lawmakers bat for Google Business Standard Meanwhile, Freedom House commended Google's decision to contest internet censorship by the Chinese authorities, despite the distinct possibility that this ... Sunnyvale startup AnchorFree undermines censorship in China and elsewhere San Jose Mercury News Google row rocks great firewall of China to core Irish Independent all 3 news articles »
China spat: US lawmakers bat for Google - Business Standard
Thu Jan 14 04:42, 2010 GMT
Reuters China set to ignore Google demands for end to censorship Times Online China offered its first indication today that it will ignore an ultimatum from Google to relax internet censorship and reminded all companies they must ... Google's cyber woes in China may aid security firms Reuters Chinese Censorship Policy May Force Google to Shut Local Site BusinessWeek Timeline: Chinese internet censorship over the last year The Guardian Los Angeles Times  - Voice of America  - Wall Street Journal all 3,636 news articles »
China set to ignore Google demands for end to censorship - Times Online
Thu Jan 14 05:13, 2010 GMT
China told companies to back state control of the Internet on Thursday, showing no sign of giving ground on censorship after U.S. Internet giant Google threatened to quit the country.
China backs censorship after Google threat  (Reuters via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)
Thu Jan 14 05:08, 2010 GMT
Globe and Mail Google China Exit Would Hand Baidu Control of Market BusinessWeek Chinese authorities shut more than 100000 Web sites in December in an “escalation” of its Internet censorship efforts, affecting traffic at both Baidu and ... Timeline: Chinese internet censorship over the last year The Guardian Chinese Internet users praise Google's threat to exit Los Angeles Times Internet Censorship at Center of Google Dispute with China Voice of America Times Online  - Wall Street Journal  - Christian Science Monitor all 3,893 news articles »
Google China Exit Would Hand Baidu Control of Market - BusinessWeek
Thu Jan 14 05:45, 2010 GMT
Behind the China attacks on Google (FAQ) CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ...
Behind the China attacks on Google (FAQ) - CNET
Thu Jan 14 05:48, 2010 GMT
China's top censor dismisses Google threat Financial Times “We must do our best to intensify self-discipline among internet media to guarantee internet security ,” he said. China's government demands self- censorship ... Sunnyvale startup AnchorFree undermines censorship in China and elsewhere San Jose Mercury News all 3 news articles »
China's top censor dismisses Google threat - Financial Times
Thu Jan 14 05:48, 2010 GMT
Chinese official says Internet security a global problem Xinhua 14 (Xinhua) -- A senior Chinese information official said China firmly opposed cyber attacks and called on all countries to work together to ensure Internet ...
Chinese official says Internet security a global problem - Xinhua
Thu Jan 14 05:36, 2010 GMT
A senior Chinese official told companies to support the government's Internet controls on Thursday, suggesting scant room for compromise with Google after the company threatened to quit China over censorship and hacking.
China official's comments on Internet control (Reuters via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)
Thu Jan 14 06:20, 2010 GMT
Google Inc.’s threat to shutter operations in China over censorship and hacking is another flashpoint in the China-U.S. relationship as the countries seek to resolve trade disputes and reach a common position on reining in the nuclear ambitions of Iran and North Korea.
Google Censorship Feud Is Latest Thorn in U.S.-China Relations (BusinessWeek)
Thu Jan 14 06:56, 2010 GMT
Telegraph.co.uk Google's cyber-complaint is the tip of a silent iceberg Telegraph.co.uk Western governments are heavily involved behind the scenes with tackling gaps in Internet security . But cyber-attacks that appear to be state-sponsored ... and more »
Google's cyber-complaint is the tip of a silent iceberg - Telegraph.co.uk
Thu Jan 14 08:07, 2010 GMT
China showed no sign of giving ground on censorship after U.S. Internet giant Google threatened to quit the country, telling companies on Thursday to cooperate with state control of the Internet.
China defends censorship after Google threat (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
Thu Jan 14 08:32, 2010 GMT
Amnesty International has again urged the Chinese authorities to end censorship of the internet after the online firm, Google, today raised concern about the hacking of human rights activists? email accounts.
Censorship of the internet must stop in China (Amnesty International)
Thu Jan 14 08:18, 2010 GMT
It is unknown whether an email attack targeted at the firm's lawyers is related to the mid-December attacks on Google and others that also originated in China
US law firm in China piracy case hit by cyberattacks
Thu Jan 14 09:02, 2010 GMT
Online movie bible blocked China this week appears to have blocked access to the Internet Movie Database ( IMDb.com ), giving rise to speculation that it is stepping up its war on websites that allow user-generated content.… Offloading malware protection to the cloud
China throws rotten tomatoes at IMDb
Thu Jan 14 09:48, 2010 GMT
Daily Mail China insists firms must enforce internet censorship after Google sparks row ... Daily Mail Google said its decision was the result of 'outrageous' attempts to hack into the accounts of thousands of Chinese human rights activists who use its email ...
China insists firms must enforce internet censorship after Google sparks row ... - Daily Mail
Thu Jan 14 09:55, 2010 GMT
IDG News Service - China said Thursday that foreign Internet companies are welcome to operate in the country in accordance with local laws, after Google defied authorities by saying it will end censorship on its Chinese search engine.
China emphasizes laws as Google defies censorship (Computerworld)
Thu Jan 14 08:59, 2010 GMT
Sophisticated cyber attacks on companies and individuals in China happen every day, security experts tell the BBC.
China attack on Google 'routine'
Thu Jan 14 10:00, 2010 GMT
China, Google at impasse over Internet censorship - Chicago Sun-Times. The owner of the most-used search engine said Tuesday that it would end self- censorship of its product in China after attacks on e-mail accounts of ...
China, Google at impasse over Internet censorship - Chicago Sun-Times
Thu Jan 14 10:15, 2010 GMT
The Chinese Government has defended its use of internet censorship after Google threatened to withdraw from the country.
China defends internet censorship (ITN via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)
Thu Jan 14 05:41, 2010 GMT
HULIQ Google feud part of wider web assault Financial Times ”Throughout 2009, the government there has been tightening internet censorship ,” she said. ”It started in January, almost a year ago, in the name of ... China spat: US lawmakers bat for Google Business Standard White House steps in to Google's row with China Inquirer all 15 news articles »
Google feud part of wider web assault - Financial Times
Thu Jan 14 09:40, 2010 GMT
China said Thursday that foreign Internet companies are welcome to operate in the country in accordance with local laws, after Google defied authorities by saying it will end censorship on its Chinese search engine.
China Emphasizes Laws as Google Defies Censorship (PC World via Yahoo! News)
Thu Jan 14 12:00, 2010 GMT
If you're a Gmail users spooked by Chinese cyber attacks on Google, here's a way to encrypt your e-mail. Be warned: better security comes at a cost.
Want really secure Gmail? Try GPG encryption
Thu Jan 14 12:57, 2010 GMT
Incites hatred, says MP The Home Office is considering blocking a childrens' website run by the Palestinian group Hamas following suggestions it incites hatred of Jews.… The power of collaboration within unified communications
UK.gov moves to block Hamas kids site
Thu Jan 14 12:48, 2010 GMT
China declared its Internet "open" Thursday but defended censorship that has prompted web giant Google to threaten to pull out of the country, adding a potential new irritant in China-US relations.
China defends web censorship after Google threat (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Thu Jan 14 13:04, 2010 GMT
The Guardian Internet censorship in China The Guardian China blocks YouTube after denouncing as "a lie" footage appearing to show security forces beating Tibetans in Lhasa last year. ... China, Google at impasse over Internet censorship Chicago Sun-Times China Defends Internet Policies Wall Street Journal Behind the China attacks on Google (FAQ) CNET BusinessWeek  - Daily Mail  - Reuters all 4,761 news articles »
Internet censorship in China - The Guardian
Wed Jan 13 16:45, 2010 GMT
In the past year, regime's Great Fire Wall system restricting foreign content has been raised to keep out Twitter, Facebook and many other sites Google's retreat from China comes amid an intensifying crackdown on the country's internet that has seen websites blocked, an entire region closed down and self-censorship become increasingly widespread. In the past 12 months the Great Fire Wall – China ...
China's internet crackdown forced Google retreat (Guardian Unlimited)
Thu Jan 14 14:25, 2010 GMT
TheStreet.com Chiding China Moneyshow.com As if it's not enough to bicker over democracy, pollution, trade, and finance, the US and China can now add Internet censorship and hacking to the list. ... Google China Exit Would Hand Baidu Control of Market BusinessWeek More power to Google for its civil disobedience in China. Why does US-backed ... Huffington Post (blog) BUY OR SELL-Not all win-win for China's Baidu if Google goes Reuters all 161 news articles »
Chiding China - Moneyshow.com
Thu Jan 14 16:22, 2010 GMT
Google follows up on its promise to scale back self-censorship, the Wii will soon stream Netflix movies, and EA's relationship with Tiger Woods rests in the hands of gamers.
Loaded: Netflix on the Wii
Thu Jan 14 16:45, 2010 GMT
AFP Google case throws spotlight on cyber-attackers AFP "It is always difficult to prove that any particular event is related to state-sponsored hacking," Chester Wisniewski, a senior security adviser at Internet ... and more »
Google case throws spotlight on cyber-attackers - AFP
Thu Jan 14 16:01, 2010 GMT
A Heated Debate at Top of Google Wall Street Journal Google CEO Eric Schmidt, and Co-Founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin, shown in July, have long struggled with China's censorship . For the two men, ... and more »
A Heated Debate at Top of Google - Wall Street Journal
Thu Jan 14 17:46, 2010 GMT
Google Vs. China: Day Three The Big Money (blog) "We must make truly improving our capacity to guide opinion on the Internet a major measure for protecting Internet security ," Chen declared. ... China Stands Firm in Response to Google Threat Wired News Sunnyvale startup AnchorFree undermines censorship in China and elsewhere San Jose Mercury News Ripple effects rock net generation Financial Times all 4 news articles »
Google Vs. China: Day Three - The Big Money (blog)
Thu Jan 14 17:19, 2010 GMT
The Chinese government was defending its Internet practices Thursday, even as censorship of Google results -- which had briefly been lifted -- appeared to return.
Censors back on Google as China defends Internet actions (CNN)
Thu Jan 14 18:30, 2010 GMT
Few will be surprised to hear that China has reiterated its belief that Web sites should adhere to government oversight, and that Google no longer wants to play ball.
Google, China define positions over censorship
Thu Jan 14 19:21, 2010 GMT
Fraud Alert: Be Cautious About Haiti Relief Scams ABC News More than 400 Internet addresses related to Haiti have been registered since Monday's devastating quake, Internet security expert Joel Esler said. ... and more »
Fraud Alert: Be Cautious About Haiti Relief Scams - ABC News
Thu Jan 14 19:20, 2010 GMT
Google attacks trace back to China, says US internet security firm The Guardian China has stood firm against Google's challenge over censorship , reminding internet firms to abide by government controls. In its first direct response to ... and more »
Google attacks trace back to China, says US internet security firm - The Guardian
Thu Jan 14 19:23, 2010 GMT
Reporting on the state of the Internet from 2009's third quarter, Akamai finds global speeds increasing, mobile connections rising, and cyberattacks from Russia and Brazil.
Akamai: World's Net connection speeds rising
Thu Jan 14 19:43, 2010 GMT
As Google considers withdrawing from China, the BBC looks at the highs and lows of internet access and freedom in the most populous country in the world.
Timeline: China and net censorship (BBC News)
Thu Jan 14 20:20, 2010 GMT
The Inquisitr Playing the censorship card might not have been Google's smartest move The Inquisitr As Michael Masnick points out at Techdirt – what is Google going to do if Australia is successful with their push for their home-brewed Internet censorship ... Sunnyvale startup AnchorFree undermines censorship in China and elsewhere San Jose Mercury News Far-Ranging Support for Google's China Move China Digital Times all 4 news articles »
Playing the censorship card might not have been Google's smartest move - The Inquisitr
Thu Jan 14 20:04, 2010 GMT
Google, China and Internet censorship FCW.com (blog) The New York Times actually ran the story about Google ending its participation in Chinese Internet censorship as its lead story on Wednesday morning, ...
Google, China and Internet censorship - FCW.com (blog)
Thu Jan 14 20:06, 2010 GMT
The Guardian Welcome to DarkMarket – global one-stop shop for cybercrime and banking fraud The Guardian Payment was via accounts on WebMoney , or E-Gold . "It was the QuickTime method of sending money anywhere." Subramaniam was one of the top administrators. ... and more »
Welcome to DarkMarket – global one-stop shop for cybercrime and banking fraud - The Guardian
Wed Jan 13 21:07, 2010 GMT
CBS News 12 Trends to Watch in 2010 EFF (blog) 2010 will see the publication of Access Controlled , a new book from the OpenNet Initiative chronicling the globalization of Internet censorship ; ... The uneven battle lines around the FCC's Net neutrality proposal Los Angeles Times all 122 news articles »
12 Trends to Watch in 2010 - EFF (blog)
Thu Jan 14 21:54, 2010 GMT
Sydney Morning Herald China defends internet policy Sydney Morning Herald The Obama Administration has become increasingly concerned about internet censorship in China. While sources say the US has been quietly disappointed that ... Sunnyvale startup AnchorFree undermines censorship in China and elsewhere San Jose Mercury News China tells web firms to obey controls Sydney Morning Herald all 4 news articles »
China defends internet policy - Sydney Morning Herald
Thu Jan 14 21:30, 2010 GMT
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp has no plans to pull its business out of China after rival Google Inc threatened to quit the country over claims of cyber attacks on its email service, the company's chief executive said on Thursday.
Microsoft CEO says no China exit: report
Thu Jan 14 21:45, 2010 GMT
BOSTON (Reuters) - Cyber attacks on the China operations of Google Inc and other businesses were engineered by exploiting a previously unknown flaw in Microsoft Corp's Internet Explorer browser, according to security researcher McAfee Inc.
Attack on Google exploited browser flaw: McAfee
Thu Jan 14 21:37, 2010 GMT
Operation Aurora unveiled Hackers who breached the defenses of Google, Adobe Systems and at least 32 other companies used a potent vulnerability in all versions of Internet Explorer to carry out the attacks, researchers from McAfee said Thursday.…
IE zero-day used in Chinese cyber assault on 34 firms
Thu Jan 14 22:23, 2010 GMT
Google's fight: US-China lock horns Sydney Morning Herald The Obama Administration has become increasingly concerned about internet censorship in China. While sources say the US has been quietly disappointed that ... and more »
Google's fight: US-China lock horns - Sydney Morning Herald
Thu Jan 14 21:31, 2010 GMT
Reuters Google's Take on Internet Security Seeking Alpha (blog) I've been looking at CommTouch (CTCH), whose Recurrent Pattern Detection and GlobalView technologies identify and block messaging and Web security threats, ... Google attacks trace back to China, says US internet security firm The Guardian China official's comments on Internet control msnbc.com China, Google at impasse over Internet censorship Chicago Sun-Times FCW.com (blog)  - Xinhua  - ABC News all 5,737 news articles »
Google's Take on Internet Security - Seeking Alpha (blog)
Thu Jan 14 22:43, 2010 GMT
Reuters China to ignore Google's censorship ultimatum The Australian Properly guiding internet opinion is a major measure for protecting internet information security ." Google has pledged to close its Chinese Google.cn ... Google attacks trace back to China, says US internet security firm The Guardian China official's comments on Internet control msnbc.com China, Google at impasse over Internet censorship Chicago Sun-Times Seeking Alpha (blog)  - CNET  - FCW.com (blog) all 5,800 news articles »
China to ignore Google's censorship ultimatum - The Australian
Thu Jan 14 22:32, 2010 GMT
Globe and Mail McAfee: China attackers exploited new IE hole CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... Google's cyber woes in China may aid security firms Reuters Microsoft, HP fail to back Google's China move: FT AFP Google Attack Used Internet Explorer Flaw InformationWeek Washington Post  - eWeek  - PC World all 149 news articles »
McAfee: China attackers exploited new IE hole - CNET
Fri Jan 15 00:12, 2010 GMT
CHINA defended its extensive internet censorship and brushed aside hacking claims yesterday, telling companies not to buck state control of the web after the US search giant
China holds firm on web censorship after Google threatens to leave (The Scotsman)
Fri Jan 15 00:43, 2010 GMT
An Australian internet rights group has applauded Google’s possible pull-out from China over censorship issues, drawing a link to Australia’s proposed plan to block parts of the internet.
Google's China move puts focus on local censorship plans (The Age)
Fri Jan 15 01:03, 2010 GMT
The Hindu China sticks to its guns in censorship row with Google Irish Times CHINA STUCK to its guns on its internet censorship policy yesterday, saying foreign web firms were welcome in China, but only if they obeyed the law. ... Google attacks trace back to China, says US internet security firm The Guardian China official's comments on Internet control msnbc.com Google's China move puts focus on local censorship plans Sydney Morning Herald Chicago Sun-Times  - Seeking Alpha (blog)  - FCW.com (blog) all 5,919 news articles »
China sticks to its guns in censorship row with Google - Irish Times
Fri Jan 15 01:24, 2010 GMT
IN China’s first official response to Google’s threat to leave the country, the government yesterday said foreign internet companies are welcome but must obey the law and gave no hint of a possible compromise over web censorship.
China standing firm on web censorship laws (Irish Examiner)
Fri Jan 15 00:59, 2010 GMT
BOSTON (Reuters) - Recent sophisticated cyber attacks on Google Inc and other businesses exploited a previously unknown flaw in Microsoft Corp's Internet Explorer browser.
Attack on Google exploited Microsoft browser flaw
Fri Jan 15 02:27, 2010 GMT
The Hindu Tensions between Google and China complicate US diplomacy Washington Post Rob Knake, a cybersecurity expert with the Council on Foreign Relations, said that a "reluctance" to raise the issue of Internet censorship with China "is ... Google attacks trace back to China, says US internet security firm The Guardian China official's comments on Internet control msnbc.com China sticks to its guns in censorship row with Google Irish Times Sydney Morning Herald  - Chicago Sun-Times  - Seeking Alpha (blog) all 6,018 news articles »
Tensions between Google and China complicate US diplomacy - Washington Post
Fri Jan 15 03:11, 2010 GMT
DAWN.com LA Law Firm Reports Cyber Attacks Wall Street Journal China says Green Dam is intended to block pornographic and other harmful content, but critics say it also blocks politically sensitive information and is ... US law firm behind China piracy suit targeted in attacks CNET all 205 news articles »
LA Law Firm Reports Cyber Attacks - Wall Street Journal
Fri Jan 15 03:44, 2010 GMT
Why I love Google Energy Collective (blog) How could the company operate in a country with the world's most pervasive Internet censorship apparatus while remaining to its mission to “organize the ... Sunnyvale startup AnchorFree undermines censorship in China and elsewhere San Jose Mercury News all 4 news articles »
Why I love Google - Energy Collective (blog)
Fri Jan 15 03:43, 2010 GMT
In China's first official response to Google's threat to leave the country, the government Thursday said foreign Internet companies are welcome but must obey the law and gave no hint of a possible compromise over Web censorship. Foreign ministry spokeswoman... Google - People's Republic of China - China - Government - Law
China says Internet companies must follow law (San Francisco Chronicle)
Fri Jan 15 05:26, 2010 GMT
The Hindu Security firm outlines how attack against Google was pulled off San Jose Mercury News A Silicon Valley Internet security firm on Thursday described for the first time how hackers from China were able to crack Google's defenses, ... Tensions between Google and China complicate US diplomacy Washington Post Google attacks trace back to China, says US internet security firm The Guardian China sticks to its guns in censorship row with Google Irish Times Sydney Morning Herald  - msnbc.com  - Chicago Sun-Times all 6,241 news articles »
Security firm outlines how attack against Google was pulled off - San Jose Mercury News
Fri Jan 15 06:02, 2010 GMT
Coincidence? A law firm that filed a lawsuit against the Chinese government says it was hit by a cyber attack that looks strikingly similar to one that targeted Google, Adobe Systems, and 32 other large companies.… Case Study: WhatsUp keeps Legoland turnstyles ringing
Cyber attack hits law firm that sued China
Fri Jan 15 08:03, 2010 GMT
Scam alert: Be wary of requests for Haiti relief Denver Post More than 400 Internet addresses related to Haiti have been registered since Monday's devastating quake, Internet security expert Joel Esler said. ... and more »
Scam alert: Be wary of requests for Haiti relief - Denver Post
Fri Jan 15 08:12, 2010 GMT
Hi-tech criminals are turning to tricks and scams from the early days of cyber crime to steal cash from smartphones.
Porn viruses revived on mobiles
Fri Jan 15 08:57, 2010 GMT
In China's first official response to Google's threat to leave the country, the government Thursday said foreign Internet companies must obey the law, giving no hint of a compromise over Web censorship.
China orders Web companies to abide by censorship rules (The News Journal)
Fri Jan 15 08:32, 2010 GMT
Amnesty International has again urged the Chinese authorities to end censorship of the internet after online firm, Google, today raised concern about the hacking of human rights activists’ email accounts.
China: Censorship of the internet must stop (Amnesty International)
Fri Jan 15 09:04, 2010 GMT
Ecommerce Journal WebMoney reports 10 million registered users! Ecommerce Journal WebMoney Transfer payment system reported a sharp increase in the number of its users by 2010. The number of registrations rose to 10 million. ...
WebMoney reports 10 million registered users! - Ecommerce Journal
Thu Jan 14 23:04, 2010 GMT
Emails are a major issue for net- censorship Christian Today -- Australia Internet security issues have received heavy air play in recent months. The overwhelming number of online pornographic sites has trivialised sexual activity ...
Emails are a major issue for net-censorship - Christian Today -- Australia
Fri Jan 15 10:00, 2010 GMT
Beware of Haiti relief-effort scams - Chicago Sun-Times. More than 400 Internet addresses related to Haiti have been registered since Monday's devastating quake, Internet security expert Joel Esler said. ...
Beware of Haiti relief-effort scams - Chicago Sun-Times
Fri Jan 15 10:45, 2010 GMT
China's Population of Web Users Hits 384 Million ABC News China's government aggressively promotes Internet use for business and education but tries to block access to material deemed subversive or pornographic. ... and more »
China's Population of Web Users Hits 384 Million - ABC News
Fri Jan 15 10:47, 2010 GMT
Globe and Mail Microsoft Internet Explorer Used By Chinese Hackers To Break Into Google, Adobe ITProPortal In a candid admission, Microsoft Corp has said that the security vulnerabilities in its browser were indeed exploited by the cybercriminals to hack the ... Security weakness in Microsoft's Web browser played a role in China hacking ... The Canadian Press Chinese hackers used Microsoft browser to launch Google strike The Guardian New IE hole exploited in attacks on US firms CNET Dark Reading  - abc7news.com  - USA Today all 384 news articles »
Microsoft Internet Explorer Used By Chinese Hackers To Break Into Google, Adobe - ITProPortal
Fri Jan 15 12:07, 2010 GMT
Burglar turned blogger gets banged up UK police have caught up with an escaped con who ran a "fan group" on Facebook during his time on the run.… Case Study: WhatsUp keeps Legoland turnstyles ringing
Escaped con who taunted cops on Facebook finally collared
Fri Jan 15 06:14, 2010 GMT
It took four years for Google to reconsider its decision to help China control Internet information in return for access to a booming market. Despite the widespread praise, Google is not backing away immediately from its censorship in China.
Google: Anti-censorship hero or convenient dissenter? (Houston Chronicle)
Fri Jan 15 13:14, 2010 GMT
While China's censorship policies are prompting Google to consider quitting its operations in the country, some technology companies see the restrictions as an golden business opportunity.
Software Makers See a Market in Censorship (New York Times)
Fri Jan 15 13:14, 2010 GMT
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp has no plans to pull out of China, its chief executive said on Thursday, playing down concerns about recent cyber-attacks and censorship raised by rival Google Inc.
Microsoft CEO says no China exit
Fri Jan 15 14:32, 2010 GMT
By Erich Hiner - Members of Congress and several human rights groups hope the dispute between Google and China over China’s censorship of Internet use could revive a bill that would punish U.S. Web companies that do business in any country that limits online searches.
House Bill Would Limit U.S. Internet Firms’ Dealings with China (Kansas City InfoZine)
Fri Jan 15 15:08, 2010 GMT
Say what, Dave? The government has dismissed Tory claims that the UK is not equipped to battle digital attacks on its national security.…
UK.gov dismisses Tory claims UK cyberspace is defenceless
Fri Jan 15 15:01, 2010 GMT
Google in China - What Business are you Really In? TMCnet As we all know, Google is standing up to China, and threatening to pull out of that market on principle over the issue of Internet censorship . ... and more »
Google in China - What Business are you Really In? - TMCnet
Fri Jan 15 15:27, 2010 GMT
In China's first official response to Google's threat to leave the country, the government Thursday said foreign Internet companies are welcome but must obey the law and gave no hint of a possible compromise over Web censorship.
China doesn't blink in standoff with Google over Web censorship (Courier-Post)
Fri Jan 15 15:36, 2010 GMT
CNBC Chinese Government Traced to Google Cyber Attack ChattahBox (ChatahBox)–Not that this news comes as a surprise; the VeriSign iDefense Internet security lab has traced the recent cyber attacks waged within China ... China-Google quarrel highlights world of cyber espionage USA Today Juniper, Symantec Investigating After Google Attack PC World Google Said to Have Tried to Get Support Over Attack BusinessWeek ITWorld Canada  - Washington Post (blog)  - New York Times all 57 news articles »
Chinese Government Traced to Google Cyber Attack - ChattahBox
Fri Jan 15 16:00, 2010 GMT
The search giant says it will no longer censor results in China. Also: Microsoft and HP aim for the cloud.
Week in review: Google slams China censorship
Fri Jan 15 12:31, 2010 GMT
Washington Post China's web users' population booms The Press Association China's government aggressively promotes internet use for business and education but tries to block access to material deemed subversive or pornographic. ... China urges integration of various media platforms AFP China Internet population hits 384 million Reuters China's Internet Population Just Shy Of 400 Million In 2009 24/7 Wall St. (blog) Monsters and Critics.com  - InternetNews.com  - TMCnet all 180 news articles »
China's web users' population booms - The Press Association
Fri Jan 15 16:50, 2010 GMT
China sought on Friday to play down a threat by Google Inc to quit the country on hacking and censorship concerns, but the United States said it will formally express concern over the cyber attacks the Internet search giant said originated in China.
China plays down Google dispute but U.S. concerned (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
Fri Jan 15 09:31, 2010 GMT
According to the latest reports by some media sources Yahoo was among those 30 companies hit by the hacker attack from Chinese cyber criminals who tried to steal intellectual property and collect information on Chinese dissidents. Source familiar with the situation report that 34 companies in total have been affected -- and more names are expected to come to light in the next few days. Bloomberg and other news outlets named Yahoo as a victim Thursday. The reports came after the news that Google and Adobe were also hit by the attack. read more
Yahoo was among 30 victims of Chinese hack apart from Google and Adobe
Fri Jan 15 17:01, 2010 GMT
Globe and Mail Internet Explorer Weak Link in Google Attack, Internet Speeds Up -- Except in ... Switched (blog) ... to Watch in 2010,' and the list includes the global battle over Internet censorship , DVR restrictions, and the future of social networking privacy . ... Microsoft IE Flaw Exploited by Hackers to Steal Info From Google DailyTech Microsoft Internet Explorer Used By Chinese Hackers To Break Into Google, Adobe ITProPortal Security weakness in Microsoft's Web browser played a role in China hacking ... The Canadian Press The Guardian  - CNET  - Dark Reading all 447 news articles »
Internet Explorer Weak Link in Google Attack, Internet Speeds Up -- Except in ... - Switched (blog)
Fri Jan 15 17:52, 2010 GMT
Whatever good that will do The United States will issue a formal diplomatic note to China expressing concern about cyber attacks that hit Google and dozens of other companies, and that researchers say originated in that country.… Case Study: WhatsUp keeps Legoland turnstyles ringing
US will complain to China about Google hacking
Fri Jan 15 19:19, 2010 GMT
Silicon Valley questions Google stance Financial Times Most technology companies sell products and services to China that do not force them to take decisions about personal privacy and censorship every day and ...
Silicon Valley questions Google stance - Financial Times
Thu Jan 1 00:00, 1970 GMT
New report from Akamai awards Russia the dubious distinction of world's leading source of cyber threats.
Russia Blamed for 13% of Global Cyber Attacks
Fri Jan 15 21:20, 2010 GMT
China accused of cyber attack on Google Times Online McAfee, the internet security company, said that the attacks, which took place between December 15 and January 4 when company security operations were ... Chinese authorities behind Google attack, researcher claims Computerworld Google's stance on China shatters security inhibitions San Francisco Chronicle "Aurora" doesn't sound very Chinese MIT Technology Review (blog) HEXUS all 9 news articles »
China accused of cyber attack on Google - Times Online
Fri Jan 15 20:13, 2010 GMT
How To Beat the Internet Censors GigaOm (blog) FLOSSManuals, a site that collects online manuals for open-source applications, offers a free online guide to bypassing Internet censorship and closed ... and more »
How To Beat the Internet Censors - GigaOm (blog)
Fri Jan 15 21:14, 2010 GMT
Five tips to avoid Haiti relief scams Christian Science Monitor More than 400 Internet addresses related to Haiti have been registered since Monday's devastating quake, Internet security expert Joel Esler told ABC News. ... and more »
Five tips to avoid Haiti relief scams - Christian Science Monitor
Fri Jan 15 22:07, 2010 GMT
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Yahoo Inc was among the companies targeted by recent Chinese cyber attacks and had conversations with Google Inc about the attacks prior to Google's announcement this week, according to a person familiar with the matter.
Yahoo had talks with Google about China attack
Fri Jan 15 23:45, 2010 GMT
IE exploit code released, Germany says use alternate browser CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... Google's stance on China shatters security inhibitions San Francisco Chronicle all 7 news articles »
IE exploit code released, Germany says use alternate browser - CNET
Sat Jan 16 00:15, 2010 GMT
EC Privacy Complaint Deadline Passes Daily Research News Online The UK government has missed its deadline for a response to the EC over Internet privacy concerns arising from the Phorm / BT ad targeting controversy. ...
EC Privacy Complaint Deadline Passes - Daily Research News Online
Sat Jan 16 00:15, 2010 GMT
Google's China Stand-off: 10 Reasons Why It Matters BNET The Chinese government's heavy-handed censorship is uniquely evident in the sparse, skewed media coverage in China of the Google conflict. In a Jan. ... Yahoo Was Also Target in Hacker Attack Wall Street Journal all 17 news articles »
Google's China Stand-off: 10 Reasons Why It Matters - BNET
Sat Jan 16 01:27, 2010 GMT
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Yahoo Inc knew it had been a target to sophisticated Chinese cyber attacks on U.S. corporations before Google alerted the company to them, a source familiar with the matter said, but chose to remain silent after its bigger rival went public.
Yahoo knew of attacks before Google, kept mum
Sat Jan 16 02:13, 2010 GMT
Scaling the Digital Wall in China New York Times Just as Mongol invaders could not be stopped by the Great Wall, Chinese citizens have found ways to circumvent the sophisticated Internet censorship systems ...
Scaling the Digital Wall in China - New York Times
Fri Jan 15 18:32, 2010 GMT
CBC.ca German Internet security office warns of "critical" flaws in Internet Explorer Deutsche Welle Google said on Tuesday that China-based cyber spies struck the Internet giant in an apparent bid to hack into the email accounts of human rights activists ... Security firm outlines how attack against Google was pulled off San Jose Mercury News Internet security comes into sharp focus after Google attack NASDAQ IE exploit code released on the Internet CNET UPI.com  - BNET  - BusinessWeek all 7,769 news articles »
German Internet security office warns of "critical" flaws in Internet Explorer - Deutsche Welle
Sat Jan 16 04:12, 2010 GMT
Despite -- and sometimes because of -- increasingly aggressive government measures, China's netizens are finding ways to evade the country's Internet restrictions. Zhang Shan never paid much attention to Internet censorship in China. The stylish art gallery clerk said it didn't really matter in her daily life.
Censorship provokes cracks in China's Great Firewall (Los Angeles Times)
Thu Jan 14 21:01, 2010 GMT
Interactive Investor Republicans condemn Obama for silence on China Google attacks The Hill (blog) BY Mike P. on 01/14/2010 at 16:33 I guess this means that you are in favor of the type of censorship that would have precluded your post. ... Why Won't Barack Obama Apologize For Not Venturing An Opinion On The China ... Wonkette (satire) (blog) all 67 news articles »
Republicans condemn Obama for silence on China Google attacks - The Hill (blog)
Sat Jan 16 05:01, 2010 GMT
Google warning it will quit China if censorship doesn't stop applauded by CMU ... Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Internet security and technology-industry experts say Google is all those in the wake of the Silicon Valley search engine's threat this week to cease ... US Plans to Protest to China Over Internet Attack on Google Bloomberg all 3 news articles »
Google warning it will quit China if censorship doesn't stop applauded by CMU ... - Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
Thu Jan 14 13:13, 2010 GMT
China defended its extensive censorship and brushed aside hacking claims on Thursday, telling companies not to buck state control of the Internet after U.S. search giant Google threatened to quit the country.
China Defends Censorship After Google Threat (Fox News)
Sat Jan 16 08:20, 2010 GMT
Despite -- and sometimes because of -- increasingly aggressive government measures, China's Internet users are finding ways to evade the country's online restrictions. Zhang Shan never paid much attention to Internet censorship in China. The stylish art gallery clerk said it didn't really matter in her daily life.
Despite censorship, cracks widen in China's Great Firewall (Los Angeles Times)
Sat Jan 16 08:19, 2010 GMT
The Great Firewall of China is hardly impregnable. Just as Mongol invaders could not be stopped by the Great Wall, Chinese citizens have found ways to circumvent the sophisticated Internet censorship systems designed to restrict them.
Some Chinese defy internet rules, censorship (NDTV)
Sat Jan 16 09:46, 2010 GMT
Obama should back up Google with more than rhetoric: The US should challenge ... Huffington Post (blog) One option is to file a complaint with the World Trade Organization, contesting China's internet censorship as a breach of the international trade rules to ... and more »
Obama should back up Google with more than rhetoric: The US should challenge ... - Huffington Post (blog)
Sat Jan 16 08:50, 2010 GMT
Reuters Alibaba: Yahoo's Google Support 'Reckless' Wall Street Journal Google said Tuesday that due to the attacks and rising Internet censorship in China, it will no longer censor results on its Chinese search engine, ... China, Where US Internet Companies Often Fail New York Times Google's China Lesson: Silicon Valley No Longer King TIME UPDATE 1-Alibaba slams Yahoo's statement on Google Reuters India all 47 news articles »
Alibaba: Yahoo's Google Support 'Reckless' - Wall Street Journal
Sat Jan 16 12:09, 2010 GMT
Facebook, McAfee partner to make the internet more secure Indiantelevision.com McAfee Internet Security Suite software protects users' PCs from online threats, viruses, spyware, hackers, online scammers, identity thieves and other ... and more »
Facebook, McAfee partner to make the internet more secure - Indiantelevision.com
Sat Jan 16 12:56, 2010 GMT
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Yahoo got pulled into a growing row between China and Google on Saturday, as its Chinese partner slammed Yahoo's statements supporting Google while a source revealed the search giant had stayed silent about cyber-attacks.
Yahoo pulled into Google fracas, Alibaba slams comments
Sat Jan 16 05:35, 2010 GMT
CNBC Like Google, cyber attacks also targeted Yahoo The Money Times Internet security companies like Symantec Corp. and Northrop Grumman Corp. have also been attacked. But Symantec maintained, "We are the target of cyber ... Google's cyber woes in China may aid security firms Reuters Yahoo Was Target in Hacker Attack Wall Street Journal Security expert: Chinese authorities supported cyber attacks ZDNet (blog) Techie Buzz  - Computerworld  - MarketWatch all 91 news articles »
Like Google, cyber attacks also targeted Yahoo - The Money Times
Sat Jan 16 15:24, 2010 GMT
The Guardian German government warns against MS Explorer use Sydney Morning Herald It said the security hole can be closed by setting the browser's Internet security zone to "high." Other German security experts on Saturday echoed the ... Despite censorship , cracks widen in China's Great Firewall Los Angeles Times IE exploit code released on the Internet CNET Scaling the Digital Wall in China New York Times Huffington Post (blog)  - San Jose Mercury News  - Deutsche Welle all 8,433 news articles »
German government warns against MS Explorer use - Sydney Morning Herald
Sat Jan 16 23:51, 2010 GMT
Digital News Report Internet Security 2010 Virus Removal Digital News Report This year the first reported scam is called “ Internet Security 2010”. The malicious website displays a fake claim that your computer is infected and coerces ... Internet Security 2010 Virus Removal Puggal Latest News and events Internet Security 2010 Virus Removal Only With Spyware Doctor HULIQ Internet Security 2010 Virus removal seeked by tens of thousands Soft Sailor (blog) Khabrein.info  - Merinews  - Daily World Buzz all 9 news articles »
Internet Security 2010 Virus Removal - Digital News Report
Sat Jan 16 19:54, 2010 GMT
BBC News AP Technology NewsBrief at 2:35 pm EST TMCnet In a Thursday alert confirming the weakness, Microsoft said the security hole can be closed by setting browser's Internet security zone to "high. ... Google warning it will quit China if censorship doesn't stop applauded by CMU ... Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Like Google, cyber attacks also targeted Yahoo The Money Times Washington to protest over China's Google treatment Malaysia Sun Wall Street Journal  - KGO-TV  - PC World all 387 news articles »
AP Technology NewsBrief at 2:35 pm EST - TMCnet
Sun Jan 17 08:14, 2010 GMT
MiamiHerald.com AP Technology NewsBrief at 2:56 am EST TMCnet In a Thursday alert confirming the weakness, Microsoft said the security hole can be closed by setting browser's Internet security zone to "high. ... Google warning it will quit China if censorship doesn't stop applauded by CMU ... Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Silicon Valley questions Google stance Financial Times Like Google, cyber attacks also targeted Yahoo The Money Times Razors Edge (blog)  - Wall Street Journal  - KGO-TV all 416 news articles »
AP Technology NewsBrief at 2:56 am EST - TMCnet
Sun Jan 17 11:55, 2010 GMT
Washington Post AP Technology NewsBrief at 6:30 am EST TMCnet In a Thursday alert confirming the weakness, Microsoft said the security hole can be closed by setting browser's Internet security zone to "high. ... Google warning it will quit China if censorship doesn't stop applauded by CMU ... Pittsburgh Tribune-Review Silicon Valley questions Google stance Financial Times Like Google, cyber attacks also targeted Yahoo The Money Times Razors Edge (blog)  - Wall Street Journal  - PC World all 399 news articles »
AP Technology NewsBrief at 6:30 am EST - TMCnet
Sun Jan 17 13:17, 2010 GMT
Brisbane Times Kevin Rudd's government should start playing hard ball with China The Australian So far, the Australian government has stayed well clear of the debate about China's internet censorship and cyber activities. "This is a matter between ... Google vs China Razors Edge (blog) all 3 news articles »
Kevin Rudd's government should start playing hard ball with China - The Australian
Sun Jan 17 13:01, 2010 GMT
Reuters Google calls an end to business as usual in China Sydney Morning Herald President Barack Obama has pressed China on internet censorship and his Administration confirmed it is working with Google. Secretary of State Hillary ... Despite censorship , cracks widen in China's Great Firewall Los Angeles Times AP Technology NewsBrief at 6:30 am EST TMCnet Security firm outlines how attack against Google was pulled off San Jose Mercury News New York Times  - Pittsburgh Tribune-Review  - Deutsche Welle all 8,565 news articles »
Google calls an end to business as usual in China - Sydney Morning Herald
Sun Jan 17 18:40, 2010 GMT
Chinese partner warns Yahoo in Google censorship row The Guardian Photograph: Phillipe Lopez/AFP/Getty Images The row over internet censorship in China intensified at the weekend when Yahoo's Chinese partner called the US ...
Chinese partner warns Yahoo in Google censorship row - The Guardian
Sun Jan 17 23:35, 2010 GMT
The cyber attacks on Google and 30 other companies were the most sophisticated in years, according to the computer security company's CTO.
McAfee: China attacks a 'watershed moment'
Mon Jan 18 01:21, 2010 GMT
Reuters AP Technology NewsBrief at 8:11 pm EST TMCnet In a Thursday alert confirming the weakness, Microsoft said the security hole can be closed by setting browser's Internet security zone to "high. ... Chinese partner warns Yahoo in Google censorship row The Guardian Kevin Rudd's government should start playing hard ball with China The Australian Google calls an end to business as usual in China Sydney Morning Herald Sri Lanka Guardian (blog)  - Straits Times  - Pittsburgh Tribune-Review all 862 news articles »
AP Technology NewsBrief at 8:11 pm EST - TMCnet
Mon Jan 18 02:23, 2010 GMT
BBC News AP Technology NewsBrief at 9:03 pm EST TMCnet In a Thursday alert confirming the weakness, Microsoft said the security hole can be closed by setting browser's Internet security zone to "high. ... Chinese partner warns Yahoo in Google censorship row The Guardian Kevin Rudd's government should start playing hard ball with China The Australian Google calls an end to business as usual in China Sydney Morning Herald Sri Lanka Guardian (blog)  - Straits Times  - Reuters all 876 news articles »
AP Technology NewsBrief at 9:03 pm EST - TMCnet
Mon Jan 18 04:34, 2010 GMT
Apart from direct attacks from the specialized hard core cyber criminals the Internet is getting flooded with the infections coming from ordinary people who practice using do-it-yourself cybercrime kits. The fact is especially troubling in light of that the prices for such tools have dropped and moreover they have become more user-friendly. "If you know how to download music or a movie you have the necessary experience to begin using one of these kits," says Gunter Ollman, senior researcher at security firm Damballa. read more
How can you become a cybercrook? Easily! Buy a DIY kit
Mon Jan 18 04:57, 2010 GMT
The Internet giant has won admiration from politicians, Silicon Valley business leaders and even its sharpest critics for threatening to bail out of the Asian nation. The decision by Google Inc. to stand up to censorship in China is a marked turnaround from just a few years ago, when the Internet giant agreed to gag parts of its search engine to enter the lucrative China market.
Google wins praise for its defiance of China over censorship (Los Angeles Times)
Mon Jan 18 04:57, 2010 GMT
Reuters Tension Between Alibaba Group And Yahoo Goes Public paidContent.org And what company wouldn't say that “the violation of user privacy ” should be opposed? Well, the statement was apparently too much for Alibaba, ... Chinese partner warns Yahoo in Google censorship row The Guardian AP Technology NewsBrief at 11:57 pm EST TMCnet Kevin Rudd's government should start playing hard ball with China The Australian Sydney Morning Herald  - Sri Lanka Guardian (blog)  - Straits Times all 864 news articles »
Tension Between Alibaba Group And Yahoo Goes Public - paidContent.org
Mon Jan 18 05:36, 2010 GMT
The Guardian Google Pledge of No Censoring Spurs Tiananmen Searches in China Bloomberg “ Internet censorship is ineffective in stopping determined activists or the highly-committed information seeker.” Google said last week it had discovered ... Chinese partner warns Yahoo in Google censorship row The Guardian McAfee: China attacks a 'watershed moment' CNET Cyber Laws Of Various Nations Must be Reasonable ITvoir (blog) paidContent.org  - TMCnet  - The Australian all 919 news articles »
Google Pledge of No Censoring Spurs Tiananmen Searches in China - Bloomberg
Sun Jan 17 22:35, 2010 GMT
Mashable (blog) Social Media's True Impact on Haiti, China, and the World Mashable (blog) Google's actions have brought attention back to the long-standing Internet censorship that blankets China, while the destruction in Haiti has mobilized ... Ask an Expert: Stay vigilant to steer clear of cybercrooks USA Today all 24 news articles »
Social Media's True Impact on Haiti, China, and the World - Mashable (blog)
Mon Jan 18 08:23, 2010 GMT
Little About (blog) Facebook and McAfee partner to make the internet more secure Manila Bulletin McAfee Internet Security Suite software protects users' PCs from online threats, viruses, spyware, hackers, online scammers, identity thieves and other ... Facebook and McAfee Join Hands to Offer Free Security Trial Stock Watch Facebook offers McAfee security software trial Ub News Facebook and McAfee join hands to protect against malwares Latest Gadgets (blog) News Line 365  - Little About (blog) all 13 news articles »
Facebook and McAfee partner to make the internet more secure - Manila Bulletin
Mon Jan 18 08:16, 2010 GMT
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Google is investigating whether one or more employees may have helped facilitate a cyber-attack that the U.S. search giant said it was a victim of in mid-December, two sources told Reuters on Monday.
Google probing possible inside help on attack
Mon Jan 18 08:08, 2010 GMT
Last week in light of the outrageous incident when hackers attacked Gmail accounts Yahoo expressed its view on the kind of violations: “We condemn any attempts to infiltrate company networks to obtain user information. We stand aligned with Google that these kinds of attacks are deeply disturbing and strongly believe that the violation of user privacy is something that we as Internet pioneers must all oppose.” read more
Yahoo and Alibaba show more discord after Google China scandal
Mon Jan 18 09:44, 2010 GMT
CNSNews.com No Sign Other Companies Will Emulate Google's Stand Over China CNSNews.com “The Chinese are confident that they will be able to get away with their Internet censorship and misuse not only because there is no unity among Western ... and more »
No Sign Other Companies Will Emulate Google's Stand Over China - CNSNews.com
Mon Jan 18 09:54, 2010 GMT
Yahoo criticised by Alibaba for 'reckless' China stance BBC News Yahoo said it was "aligned" with Google's position that the violation of internet privacy was deeply disturbing and something that had to be opposed. ...
Yahoo criticised by Alibaba for 'reckless' China stance - BBC News
Mon Jan 18 10:30, 2010 GMT
Los Angeles Times What Gmail Hack ? China Spins News of Google Threat PC World In its announcement, the first of its type from a major US Internet company operating in China, Google said other reasons for its decision included growing ... Google Pledge of No Censoring Spurs Tiananmen Searches in China Bloomberg No Sign Other Companies Will Emulate Google's Stand Over China CNSNews.com Chinese partner warns Yahoo in Google censorship row The Guardian CNET  - Pensacola News Journal  - CIOL all 1,023 news articles »
What Gmail Hack? China Spins News of Google Threat - PC World
Mon Jan 18 08:32, 2010 GMT
Free speech advocates see turning point in corporate America's relations with China Google's decision to reverse its censorship of search engine results in China received a warm welcome in Silicon Valley last night. Human rights campaigners, ­freedom of speech advocates and dotcom ­entrepreneurs all applauded the ­Californian company's decision to stop cooperating with the Chinese government ...
Google's move on Chinese censorship welcomed by human rights activists (Guardian Unlimited)
Mon Jan 18 11:21, 2010 GMT
Hacktivists protest Gaza blockade The Jewish Chronicle website was defaced over the weekend by hackers calling themselves the "Palestinian Mujaheeds" who posted a rant against Israel's blockade of the Gaza Strip.… Offloading malware protection to the cloud
Palestinian hackers deface Jewish Chronicle
Wed Jan 13 00:10, 2010 GMT
Google has decided to stop censoring search results in China, after discovering that someone based in that country had attempted to hack into the e-mail accounts of human rights activists. The company disclosed the move in a startling announcement posted to its blog late Tuesday. Google said it was prepared to pull its business out of [...]
Google to Stop Censoring Search Results in China After Hack Attack
Thu Jan 14 17:51, 2010 GMT
China stands firm as it responds to Google’s announcement that it may pull out of China if it can’t reach an agreement about censoring content. Two government officials said Thursday that internet companies must obey the laws of China and help the government steer the country by guiding public opinion. “China’s internet is open,” said Foreign Ministry [...]
China Stands Firm in Response to Google Threat
Mon Jan 18 13:13, 2010 GMT
Basil & Spice 350 Million Internet Users In China: Google Called "Frankenstein" Basil & Spice (Seattle, WA) One week after Google announced its objections to Chinese government censorship and related security breaches, the war of words between the ... AP Technology NewsBrief at 8:10 am EST TMCnet all 4 news articles »
350 Million Internet Users In China: Google Called "Frankenstein" - Basil & Spice
Mon Jan 18 13:48, 2010 GMT
VIENNA (Reuters) - Europe's main security and human rights watchdog said Monday Turkey was blocking some 3,700 Internet sites for "arbitrary and political reasons" and urged legal reforms to show its commitment to freedom of expression.
Turkey blocking 3,700 websites: OSCE
Mon Jan 18 14:23, 2010 GMT
Social Web's true impact on China, Haiti CNN International Google's actions have brought attention back to the long-standing Internet censorship that blankets China, while the destruction in Haiti has mobilized ...
Social Web's true impact on China, Haiti - CNN International
Mon Jan 18 14:19, 2010 GMT
Help Net Security Online cybercriminal DarkMarket closed, founder arrested Help Net Security Payment was executed via accounts on E-Gold or WebMoney . At this moment, it is still unknown if other arrests will follow, but given the time the agent had ...
Online cybercriminal DarkMarket closed, founder arrested - Help Net Security
Mon Jan 18 15:22, 2010 GMT
Other Tech giants keep mum over China syndrome Yahoo!'s Chinese affiliate has slammed its part owner for siding with Google in an ongoing row over cyber-espionage attacks on Western businesses, widely blamed on the Chinese government.… What is your recession sales strategy?
Yahoo!'s Chinese affiliate disowns parent for siding with Google
Mon Jan 18 15:47, 2010 GMT
P2P purge snares Swedes Heartless BOFHs at Oxford University have banned students from using Spotify, according to the student paper Cherwell .… The power of collaboration within unified communications
Oxford bans Spotify
Mon Jan 18 15:48, 2010 GMT
UK e-money institution ClickandBuy is to launch its first person-to-person payment service as a downloadable app for use by facebook friends and ...
ClickandBuy launches P2P payments app for facebook users
Mon Jan 18 16:45, 2010 GMT
Yet more cyber-espionage shenanigans Unidentified hackers are running an ongoing cyber-espionage attack targeting US military contractors… The power of collaboration within unified communications
Poisoned PDF pill used to attack US military contractors
Mon Jan 18 18:30, 2010 GMT
Globe and Mail We Want Protection, Google! ZDNet (blog) For this, I suggest that Google start going on a shopping spree and buy up a whole bunch of PC and Internet security firms, particularly ones that develop ... Google looks at insiders Inquirer Outlook for Google's China talks: nasty, brutish and short Good Morning Silicon Valley (blog) Google Gets Hacked & What It Means to You Blogger News Network (blog) Sporkings (blog)  - Benzinga  - Comtex Smartrend all 105 news articles »
We Want Protection, Google! - ZDNet (blog)
Mon Jan 18 18:31, 2010 GMT
Mophie, the leading provider of intelligent case solutions for the iPhone and other Apple devices, announced today a collaboration with Flight System Consulting Inc. (Tokyo Japan), and Focal Point Computer Inc. (Tokyo Japan) to develop a mobile payment solution for FeliCa technology. Available in spring 2010 in Japan, marketplace FeliCa will allow users to instantly read and write electronic money card information using only the iPhone device and marketplace FeliCa App. read more
Mophie launches FeliCa card payment system for iPhone in Japan
Mon Jan 18 19:34, 2010 GMT
BBC News (blog) Googling for freedom in China Victorville Daily Press The Internet search-engine company Google made quite a splash this week with its decision to stop cooperating with the Chinese government's campaign of ... What Gmail Hack ? China Spins News of Google Threat PC World Google Pledge of No Censoring Spurs Tiananmen Searches in China Bloomberg No Sign Other Companies Will Emulate Google's Stand Over China CNSNews.com The Guardian  - Basil & Spice  - CNET all 1,192 news articles »
Googling for freedom in China - Victorville Daily Press
Mon Jan 18 20:01, 2010 GMT
Soft Sailor (blog) How to download McAfee Internet Security 2010 serial ( license key ) free Soft Sailor (blog) The McAfee Internet Security Suite 2010 is able to protect your computer from threats like hackers, spammers, scammers, viruses, trojans, spyware, malware, ...
How to download McAfee Internet Security 2010 serial ( license key ) free - Soft Sailor (blog)
Mon Jan 18 21:49, 2010 GMT
Private Sector Keeps Mum on Cyber Attacks Wall Street Journal "There's a culture of secrecy around any bad news, and data breaches are always bad news," said Larry Ponemon, a security and privacy consultant with the ...
Private Sector Keeps Mum on Cyber Attacks - Wall Street Journal
Mon Jan 18 21:00, 2010 GMT
SAN ANGELO, Texas —Google has announced that it will quit censoring Internet searches for the Chinese government and may, in fact, pull out of China altogether, forfeiting a market of 338 million Internet users but regaining its self-respect.The action was prompted by a series of major cyber attacks, originating in China, on Google and 34 other Silicon Valley companies. The prevailing suspicion ...
OUR OPINION: Google draws a line in the Internet (The San Angelo Standard-Times)
Mon Jan 18 21:53, 2010 GMT
One-stop shop for cybercrime Gulf Times Payment was via accounts on WebMoney , or E-Gold . “It was the QuickTime method of paying, sending money anywhere in the world.” Subramaniam was one of the ...
One-stop shop for cybercrime - Gulf Times
Mon Jan 18 21:49, 2010 GMT
Private Sector Keeps Mum on Cyber Attacks Wall Street Journal "There's a culture of secrecy around any bad news, and data breaches are always bad news," said Larry Ponemon, a security and privacy consultant with the ...
Private Sector Keeps Mum on Cyber Attacks - Wall Street Journal
Mon Jan 18 22:02, 2010 GMT
The Internet firm stands up to censorship in China, threatening to leave.
Google praised for defiant stance (Omaha World-Herald)
Mon Jan 18 22:05, 2010 GMT
Times Online Google Hack Leaked to Internet ; Security Experts Urge Vigilance FOXNews AP Photo Google's threat to leave China over censorship and e-mail hacking alarmed an Internet -connected public. Now the code behind that hack has become ... What Gmail Hack ? China Spins News of Google Threat PC World Google China insiders may have helped with attack CNET Google Pledge of No Censoring Spurs Tiananmen Searches in China Bloomberg CNSNews.com  - Victorville Daily Press  - The Guardian all 1,230 news articles »
Google Hack Leaked to Internet; Security Experts Urge Vigilance - FOXNews
Mon Jan 18 23:14, 2010 GMT
AT&T fixes mobile Facebook problems CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... and more »
AT&T fixes mobile Facebook problems - CNET
Tue Jan 19 01:15, 2010 GMT
Facebook vulnerable to clickjacking, reseachers warn CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ...
Facebook vulnerable to clickjacking, reseachers warn - CNET
Tue Jan 19 02:33, 2010 GMT
Microsoft has admitted that its Internet Explorer browser was the weak link used by hackers to attack Google's systems in China. The world's biggest software company today issued a security advisory and warned of a loophole that was used by Chinese hackers to attack dozens of US companies - the same attack that led Google on Tuesday to announce its plan to drop the censorship of its search ...
Chinese hackers used Microsoft browser to launch Google strike (Guardian Unlimited)
Tue Jan 19 02:54, 2010 GMT
Telegraph.co.uk Fallout From Cyber Attack Spreads Wall Street Journal The attack, which Google said it traced back to China, targeted the search giant and 34 other companies, according to Internet security experts. ... AP Technology NewsBrief at 12:18 pm EST TMCnet Tension Between Alibaba Group And Yahoo Goes Public paidContent.org Yahoo pulled into row between Google and China BBC News all 52 news articles »
Fallout From Cyber Attack Spreads - Wall Street Journal
Tue Jan 19 05:00, 2010 GMT
Google has announced that it will stop censoring Internet searches for the Chinese government and may, in fact, pull out of China altogether, forfeiting a market of 338 million Internet users but regaining its self-respect.The action was prompted by a series of major cyber attacks, originating in China, on Google and 34 other Silicon Valley companies.On Friday, the Wall Street Journal reported ...
Google draws a line in the Internet (Knoxville News Sentinel)
Tue Jan 19 07:13, 2010 GMT
Foreign firms, including Google, must respect Chinese laws and customs, China's foreign ministry spokesman said on Tuesday, a week after the world's largest search engine said it might pull out of China due to hacking and censorship.
China says Google, foreign firms must respect laws (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
Tue Jan 19 07:59, 2010 GMT
By: Chelsea Feinstein Google announced last week it would no longer cooperate with the Chinese government’s censorship of web content, possibly ceasing all operations in the country....
Citing web censorship, Google may leave China (The Daily Free Press)
Tue Jan 19 08:38, 2010 GMT
China says that Google, which says it will stop censoring internet searches and may pull out of the country, must obey its laws and "traditions".
China stands firm on Google censorship (3news)
Tue Jan 19 08:38, 2010 GMT
Sydney Morning Herald Google's pulling out of China: Who will get hurt? China.org.cn Lastly, if the Chinese government takes a hard-line stance on this issue, it might further tighten censorship and supervision on Internet security . ... Despite censorship , cracks widen in China's Great Firewall Los Angeles Times Scaling the Digital Wall in China New York Times Security firm outlines how attack against Google was pulled off San Jose Mercury News Chicago Sun-Times  - The Guardian  - PC World all 8,054 news articles »
Google's pulling out of China: Who will get hurt? - China.org.cn
Tue Jan 19 10:11, 2010 GMT
'Banned' amid fears of civil unrest Chinese censors have reportedly "banned" sci-fi epic Avatar , amid fears it could provoke civil unrest, the Telegraph reports.… The power of collaboration within unified communications
Chinese stamp on <em>Avatar</em> Trial of four pro-democracy activists, including blogger who studied in France Vietnam - Trial of four pro-democracy activists, including blogger who studied in France"> Vietnam -
Tue Jan 19 10:00, 2010 GMT
Reporters Without Borders calls for the acquittal of four pro-democracy activists – human rights lawyer Le Cong Dinh, human rights defenders Le Thang Long and Nguyen Tien Trung (a blogger who studied in France) and Huynh Duy Thuc – who are due to be tried tomorrow before a court in Ho Chi Minh City of charges of subversion and trying to overthrow the “people's government.” Their real crime, in the eyes of the authorities, was to have requested more freedoms, although these are universal values (...)
Google delays China mobile launch
Tue Jan 19 11:21, 2010 GMT
Google has postponed the planned launch of its mobile phone in China amid a dispute with the government over internet censorship and email hacking.
Google postpones phone launch in China (thewest.com.au)
Tue Jan 19 11:44, 2010 GMT
Google has postponed the launch of its mobile phone in China amid a dispute with the government over internet censorship. The announcement came as the Chinese government said Google must obey the country's laws and traditions.
Google scraps phone launch in China (Channel 4)
Tue Jan 19 11:48, 2010 GMT
Google on Tuesday postponed the planned launch of its mobile phone in China amid a dispute with the government over Internet censorship and e-mail hacking.
Google’s phone launch in China ‘postponed’ (MSNBC)
Tue Jan 19 11:46, 2010 GMT
Google says it has postponed the Chinese launch of two mobile phones following a dispute with the government over censorship.
Google postpones Chinese mobiles
Tue Jan 19 12:16, 2010 GMT
Google has postponed the launch of two mobile phones in China which use its Android platform, in the first sign its business in the country is starting to be affected by a dispute over hacking and censorship.
Google postpones Android phone launch in China (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
Tue Jan 19 11:40, 2010 GMT
Google scraps phone launch in China The Press Association Google has postponed the launch of its mobile phone in China amid a dispute with the government over internet censorship . The announcement came as the ... Giant Google dwarfed to ideological tool People's Daily Online Google says launch of mobile phone in China postponed amid censorship dispute The Canadian Press Google Postpones Mobile Phone Launch in China ABC News TMCnet  - BBC News  - Forbes all 623 news articles »
Google scraps phone launch in China - The Press Association
Tue Jan 19 12:19, 2010 GMT
Google on Tuesday postponed the launch of two mobile handsets in China, one week after threatening to leave the Asian giant over cyberattacks and censorship, Dow Jones Newswires reported.
Google postpones mobile launch in China: Dow Jones (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Tue Jan 19 12:35, 2010 GMT
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About this author: - Seeking Alpha (blog)
Tue Jan 19 13:03, 2010 GMT
The country insists the search giant must obey China's laws and traditions, suggesting the government was giving no ground in talks over Internet censorship and Google's threat to pull out of the country.
Google Delays Mobile Phone Launch in China Amid Censorship Dispute (Fox News)
Tue Jan 19 13:40, 2010 GMT
China Unicom has announced today that their two newest Google Android based devices have been delayed as the Cupertino, CA company continues to battle China over internet search censorship issues. The devices include an offering from Samsung and one from Motorola. Both devices were set to release tomorrow, however since last week when Google announced they [...]
Google Delays Two Android Phones In China Over Censorship Issues (The Inquisitr)
Mon Jan 18 16:00, 2010 GMT
SAMAA TV Microsoft remains in China IT Chuiko (blog) The Internet company in connection with hacker attacks and Internet censorship is considering an exit from China. According to Google, the Chinese ... Microsoft To Limit Holding Search Data To Six Months Wall Street Journal Microsoft to Purge User Data on Bing After 6 Months New York Times Microsoft to Erase Search Records After Six Months BusinessWeek AFP  - PC World  - RTT News all 125 news articles »
Microsoft remains in China - IT Chuiko (blog)
Tue Jan 19 13:59, 2010 GMT
The Guardian Global Insights: Solving the Google Cyber Mystery World Politics Review Other Internet security experts also expressed surprise at what they suggested was Google's overreaction. "This wasn't in my opinion groundbreaking as an ... What Gmail Hack ? China Spins News of Google Threat PC World Private Sector Keeps Mum on Cyber Attacks Wall Street Journal Chinese Attack On Google Seen As Cybertheft NPR The Guardian  - Bloomberg  - ZDNet (blog) all 1,373 news articles »
Global Insights: Solving the Google Cyber Mystery - World Politics Review
Tue Jan 19 14:23, 2010 GMT
Amid cyberattacks and censorship, Google postpones the Chinese debut of two Android smartphones from Samsung and Motorola, according to Dow Jones Newswire.
Google postpones phone launches in China
Tue Jan 19 15:11, 2010 GMT
Jan. 19 (Bloomberg) -- Google Inc. is using Chinese Internet users as hostages in its censorship dispute with the nation’s government, the People’s Daily wrote in an English-language editorial posted to its Web site today.
Google Holds China Internet Users ‘Hostage,’ People’s Daily Says (Bloomberg)
Tue Jan 19 12:52, 2010 GMT
BBC News Google Postpones Mobile Phone Launch After China Dispute ABC News ... phone in China amid a dispute with the government about Internet censorship . After cyberattack from China, Google's' e-mail service adds more security . ... Viewpoint: Online Immersion and a Culture of Recommendation Explain the ... AdAge.com Google scraps phone launch in China The Press Association Google Phone Launch Delayed in China HULIQ New York Times  - Mobiledia  - China.org.cn all 936 news articles »
Google Postpones Mobile Phone Launch After China Dispute - ABC News
Tue Jan 19 14:36, 2010 GMT
BBC News Google Phone Launch Delayed in China HULIQ Tuesday Google postponed the planned launch in the midst of a dispute with the government over Internet censorship and e-mail hacking. ... Google Postpones Mobile Phone Launch After China Dispute ABC News Viewpoint: Online Immersion and a Culture of Recommendation Explain the ... AdAge.com Google scraps phone launch in China The Press Association New York Times  - Mobiledia  - China.org.cn all 936 news articles »
Google Phone Launch Delayed in China - HULIQ
Tue Jan 19 16:45, 2010 GMT
Los Angeles Times Google Postpones Phone Launch In China Forbes In the last year Chinese authorities have generally tightened Internet controls, both within China through the self- censorship and filtering that Google.cn ... Private Sector Keeps Mum on Cyber Attacks Wall Street Journal all 4 news articles »
Google Postpones Phone Launch In China - Forbes Blogger's letter from prison Thailand - Blogger's letter from prison"> Thailand -
Tue Jan 19 17:02, 2010 GMT
Reiterating its appeal to King Bhumibol Adulyadej to pardon nine bloggers (see the 4 December press release: http://www.rsf.org/King-asked-to-pardon-Internet.html), Reporters Without Borders today published a letter written by one of the jailed bloggers, Suwicha Thakor, from prison. In the meantime, the request for a pardon submitted by Suwicha has mysteriously disappeared from his official file. Suwicha was given a 10-year sentence on 2 April 2009 on a charge of lese majeste although (...)
Cell Phone Routing Exposes Internet Security Flaw - Story - TorrentBomb News
Tue Jan 19 20:05, 2010 GMT
CBC.ca Google Won't Release Android Phones In China Yet AHN However, Chinese authorities declared that US companies doing business in China should comply with its Internet censorship policies. ... Google Postpones Phone Launch In China Forbes Google Postpones Android Phone Launches in China Digitaltrends.com Google Postpones Mobile Phone Launch After China Dispute ABC News The Press Association  - HULIQ  - New York Times all 593 news articles »
Google Won't Release Android Phones In China Yet - AHN
Tue Jan 19 21:05, 2010 GMT
Company normally patches holes in its products once a month during Patch Tuesday, but will issue an "out-of-band" patch for the flaws used in cyberattacks against U.S. companies.
Microsoft to issue IE patch for Google attack flaw
Tue Jan 19 20:36, 2010 GMT
Harvard Law School News Zittrain in the New York Times: On Internet censorship and what web sites can do Harvard Law School News to comment on how technologists might defeat censorship and whether governments like China's would be able to maintain strong censorship control with ever ...
Zittrain in the New York Times: On Internet censorship and what web sites can do - Harvard Law School News
Tue Jan 19 21:12, 2010 GMT
Does the Fourth Amendment cover 'the cloud'? ( Internet Privacy ) Before It's News I've reported on this early legal landscape a couple of times, looking atdecisions to relax expectations of privacy for e-mail stored online and the ...
Does the Fourth Amendment cover 'the cloud'? (Internet Privacy) - Before It's News
Wed Jan 20 01:54, 2010 GMT
Google cyber attack highlights threat of malware San Jose Mercury News The bombshell announcement that it may shutter its business in China in the wake of those attacks has drawn more attention to Internet security . property ...
Google cyber attack highlights threat of malware - San Jose Mercury News
Wed Jan 20 01:35, 2010 GMT
Google's face-off with Chinese authorities about Internet censorship and hacking escalated Tuesday when the search-engine giant postponed the launch of two mobile phones there.
Google delays launch of two phones in China (USA Today)
Wed Jan 20 04:00, 2010 GMT
The United States has said it has held several rounds of meetings with China on the allegations of search engine giant Google that Chinese authorities were indulging in email hacking and censorship, a top Obama Administration official said.
US seeks explanation from China on Internet freedom (Hindustan Times)
Wed Jan 20 04:50, 2010 GMT
Washington, Jan 20 (PTI) The United States has said it has held several rounds of meetings with China on the allegations of search engine giant Google that Chinese authorities were indulging in email hacking and censorship, a top Obama Administration official said.
US seeks explanation from China on internet freedom (Press Trust of India)
Wed Jan 20 04:01, 2010 GMT
Telegraph.co.uk Google halts smart-phone launch in China Globe and Mail Microsoft's executives dismissed any suggestion the software giant would abandon the Chinese market as a result of the hacking and Internet censorship ... Censorship trips up China mobile phone launch Newsday (subscription) Google Won't Release Android Phones In China Yet AHN Google Postpones Android Phone Launches in China Digitaltrends.com ABC News  - HULIQ  - New York Times all 753 news articles »
Google halts smart-phone launch in China - Globe and Mail
Wed Jan 20 05:10, 2010 GMT
The Guardian Editorial: Internet censorship should not be tolerated UConn Daily Campus But by accepting the censorship rules, the company left itself vulnerable to escalating censorship , which could strongly influence how the internet ... Censorship trips up China mobile phone launch Newsday (subscription) Google Hack Leaked to Internet ; Security Experts Urge Vigilance FOXNews Zittrain in the New York Times: On Internet censorship and what web sites can do Harvard Law School News Wall Street Journal (blog)  - Worldmeets.us  - AHN all 1,417 news articles »
Editorial: Internet censorship should not be tolerated - UConn Daily Campus
Wed Jan 20 04:57, 2010 GMT
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Wed Jan 20 07:08, 2010 GMT
http://www.JewishWorldReview.com | Google launched its China operation in January 2006 with high hopes. The democratizing benefits of increased Web access for the Chinese people, the Internet giant hoped, would outweigh the Chinese Communist Party's ferocious censorship and e-mail spying.
Google vs. China's Censors (Jewish World Review)
Wed Jan 20 07:28, 2010 GMT
The world’s largest Internet search company, tired of being required to censor itself, has finally decided to defy the world’s most populous and soon-to-be-most-powerful country.
Civil Liberties and the Internet (Manila Bulletin)
Wed Jan 20 07:19, 2010 GMT
Times Online Google delays China phone launch Aljazeera.net Google has delayed the debut of two new mobile phones in China amid a dispute with the Chinese government over online censorship . ... Censorship trips up China mobile phone launch Newsday (subscription) Google Won't Release Android Phones In China Yet AHN Google Postpones Android Phone Launches in China Digitaltrends.com Globe and Mail  - ABC News  - HULIQ all 1,441 news articles »
Google delays China phone launch - Aljazeera.net
Wed Jan 20 08:18, 2010 GMT
Microsoft will take the unusual step of issuing an out-of-cycle patch for vulnerabilities thought to have been used in cyberattacks against companies
Out-of-cycle IE patch promised for Google attack flaw
Wed Jan 20 08:35, 2010 GMT
Chinese largest search engine Baidu.com filed a lawsuit against its US domain registrar over a hack that took down the Web site, alleging negligence by the US company. Last week, users had failed accessing Baidu.com for several hours after the company's domain name server in the US was tampered with. The same group, the Iranian Cyber Army, that took down Twitter last month, also was found to be behind the attack on Baidu. read more
Baidu files lawsuit against US domain registrar blaming it for hacking
Wed Jan 20 09:02, 2010 GMT
The Teutonic Leap After Microsoft confirmed that a hole in its Internet Explorer browser was used in the December cyber attacks on Google and at least 33 other outfits, a trio of security-conscious nations - Germany, France, and Australia - went so far as to warn their citizens against the use of IE. And that led to a very good week for the likes of Opera and Mozilla.… Web threats: Why conventional protection doesn't work
Opera and Firefox downloads soar after IE alerts Iranian regime accused of crimes against humanity Iran - Iranian regime accused of crimes against humanity"> Iran -
Wed Jan 20 08:45, 2010 GMT
Condemning the continuing arbitrary arrests and illegal detention of journalists, many of whom are being held incommunicado for long periods, Reporters Without Borders today accused the Iranian regime of “crimes against humanity” and urged the international community to speak out. “The systematic suppression of all criticism of the regime's political and religious institutions is creating a climate of terror that forces journalists to censor themselves or flee the country,” Reporters Without (...)
Google delays phone sales in China (The Buffalo News)
Wed Jan 20 12:13, 2010 GMT
DailyTech Microsoft Bows To EU Pressure, Pledges To Cut Bing's IP Storage To Six Months eBrandz Microsoft's Chief Privacy Strategist Peter Cullen formulated the change as an ongoing evaluation of the company's Internet search privacy practices. ... Microsoft remains in China IT Chuiko (blog) Microsoft cuts Bing IP address storage to 6 months CNET Microsoft Boosts Bing Search Privacy InformationWeek PC World  - ZDNet (blog)  - DailyTech all 442 news articles »
Microsoft Bows To EU Pressure, Pledges To Cut Bing's IP Storage To Six Months - eBrandz
Wed Jan 20 12:12, 2010 GMT
WebMoney : Circulation grows by UAH 734mn in 2009. ISI - Emerging Markets The WebMoney Òransfer system for the Internet accounts says the circulation in Ukraine in 2009 grew by UAH 734mn to UAH 1397mn. ...
WebMoney: Circulation grows by UAH 734mn in 2009. - ISI - Emerging Markets
Wed Jan 20 13:03, 2010 GMT
P2P is fun: just let us pay for it Guest Opinion Music entrepreneur Paul Sanders thinks Bono is wrong, and the music business should start being a music business again. We invited him to elaborate. … Web threats: Why conventional protection doesn't work
Why Bono is wrong about filesharing
Wed Jan 20 14:34, 2010 GMT
CashEdge, the leading provider of Intelligent Money Movement services, announced today that FNBO Direct, a division of First National Bank of Omaha ...
FNBO Direct rolls out CashEdge mobile P2P payment service
Wed Jan 20 15:53, 2010 GMT
WebMoney Ukraine reports rapid growth in turnovers and user activity Ecommerce Journal Online payment service WebMoney reported its achievements in Ukraine in 2009 saying the epayments turnover was 1397 million hryvnas ($172256473) as compared ...
WebMoney Ukraine reports rapid growth in turnovers and user activity - Ecommerce Journal
Wed Jan 20 16:45, 2010 GMT
A senior vice president calls on business and government to work together to address privacy and security for cloud computing while the time is ripe.
Microsoft urges laws to boost trust in the cloud
Wed Jan 20 17:15, 2010 GMT
In the United States, Western Europe and Asia, e-Books are becoming a major player, especially now that e-Readers like the Kindle and Nook are available. But people living in the Arabic speaking world or Africa haven't been invited to the dance. Two of the keynote speakers at the upcoming O'Reilly Tools of Change conference are working to improve access to e-Books in these areas: Arthur Attwell ...
Bringing e-Books to Africa and the Middle East - Infrastructure, economics and censorship are major issues (O'Reilly Media) Court sentences four netizens and pro-democracy activists to a total of 33 years in jail Vietnam - Court sentences four netizens and pro-democracy activists to a total of 33 years in jail"> Vietnam -
Wed Jan 20 17:06, 2010 GMT
Reporters Without Borders firmly condemns the long jail sentences imposed on a total of seven bloggers, cyber-dissidents and human rights activists in rushed sham trials in the past two days. Sentences totalling 33 years in prison were passed on four dissidents who were tried by a court in Ho Chi Minh City today. “The Vietnamese authorities have embarked on an all-out witchhunt for pro-democracy activists and a demonization of the Internet, whose potential for disseminating news and (...)
Aide: Clinton will address China in Internet freedom speech (CNN)
Wed Jan 20 19:38, 2010 GMT
Web content providers based in the U.S. should think twice before entering the Chinese market, given a track record of censorship and attempts by the government there to monitor the Internet activities of dissidents, a group of China watchers said Wednesday.
Panel: After Google, others should reconsider China business (IT World)
Wed Jan 20 19:33, 2010 GMT
SYS-CON Media (press release) Microsoft Urges Feds to Get Behind the Cloud Datamation He suggested that the Federal Trade Commission be granted the enforcement authority to oversee Internet privacy and security , endorsing the vision some ... Cloud Computing for Business and Society Huffington Post (blog) Microsoft Seeks New Legal Framework For Cloud InformationWeek Microsoft calls for Congress to set new cloud rules Seattle Times CNET  - eWeek  - Washington Post (blog) all 34 news articles »
Microsoft Urges Feds to Get Behind the Cloud - Datamation
Wed Jan 20 19:31, 2010 GMT
BBC News (blog) Panel: After Google, Others Should Reconsider China Business PC World About 31 percent of the world's people live in countries with Internet censorship , he said. Clinton's speech on Thursday will lay out a series of ... Editorial: Internet censorship should not be tolerated UConn Daily Campus Google Hack Leaked to Internet ; Security Experts Urge Vigilance FOXNews Censorship trips up China mobile phone launch Newsday (subscription) Harvard Law School News  - GOOD  - Dubuque Telegraph Herald all 1,637 news articles »
Panel: After Google, Others Should Reconsider China Business - PC World
Wed Jan 20 19:31, 2010 GMT
BBC News (blog) Microsoft to release patch for IE hole on Thursday CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... Microsoft issues patch to protect IE against attacks Stock Watch Internet Security : more countries join IE warning ChiefOfficers.Net Government: Internet Explorer's as safe as rival browsers PC Pro Forbes  - RTT News  - Geek WIth Laptop all 826 news articles »
Microsoft to release patch for IE hole on Thursday - CNET
Wed Jan 20 20:19, 2010 GMT
Speaking in Washington, the US secretary of state will announce a policy to increase access to an uncensored internet for people in other countries, her innovation adviser said.
Hillary Clinton to take on world's internet censors (Guardian Unlimited)
Thu Jan 1 00:00, 1970 GMT
RSA queried 4,539 people and found that while more people know about phishing and spam scams than ever before, they're still falling for them in record numbers
Internet Scams a Growth Market
Wed Jan 20 21:33, 2010 GMT
SHANGHAI/NEW YORK (Reuters) - China's top search engine, Baidu Inc, sued its U.S.-based domain name service provider Register.com Inc on Wednesday after a cyber attack interrupted its web services last week.
Baidu sues domain provider after hacker attack
Wed Jan 20 21:22, 2010 GMT
CNET Google's New Approach to China: A Closer Look at the Attack Heard 'Round the Web Search Engine Watch This topic originally focused on big business and weighty moral issues like Internet censorship , but now, everyday computer users have been thrown into the ... Yiyi Lu: China Hasn't Declared War on Google Wall Street Journal (blog) Google's Attempted 'Threat to Chinese Sovereignty' Worldmeets.us Google's pulling out of China: Who will get hurt? China.org.cn Register  - The Guardian  - NetworkWorld.com all 259 news articles »
Google's New Approach to China: A Closer Look at the Attack Heard 'Round the Web - Search Engine Watch
Wed Jan 20 22:41, 2010 GMT
Computerworld - U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will raise the issue of Google's ongoing battles in China in a broad policy address on Internet freedom she plans to make Thursday in Washington, D.C.
Clinton to challenge Internet censorship in policy address (Computerworld)
Wed Jan 20 23:00, 2010 GMT
TopNews United States Apple fixes a dozen holes in Mac OS X CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... Apple patches security holes in Mac OS X ZDNet UK all 61 news articles »
Apple fixes a dozen holes in Mac OS X - CNET
Wed Jan 20 23:58, 2010 GMT
Blocked websites and "Access Denied" are what students in Harford County schools see when they try to connect to gay-friendly internet sites in schools.
Student Asks ACLU To Help In Censorship Fight (CBS 13 Baltimore)
Thu Jan 21 01:03, 2010 GMT
China's already repressive regime is moving to increase censorship, adding text messages to the list of filtered communications.
China Expanding Censorship to Text Messages (Fox News)
Thu Jan 21 02:41, 2010 GMT
Jan. 20 (Bloomberg) -- Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will call tomorrow for an uncensored global Internet where individuals and companies can operate without fear of repression or computer attacks such as those Google Inc.
Clinton to Urge Uncensored Internet Amid Google-China Dispute (Bloomberg)
Thu Jan 21 01:57, 2010 GMT
Surfing the Internet inside an Internet cafe in Dunhuang, in northwest China's Gansu province.
China Expands Censorship to Text Messages (Fox News)
Wed Jan 20 16:02, 2010 GMT
Sydney Morning Herald Business briefs Dubuque Telegraph Herald The change in plans is the latest aftershock from Google's threat to close its Internet search engine and pull out of China unless the government relents on ... Censorship trips up China mobile phone launch Newsday (subscription) Google delays China phone launch Aljazeera.net No Android for China St. Louis Post-Dispatch AHN  - Digitaltrends.com  - Globe and Mail all 860 news articles »
Business briefs - Dubuque Telegraph Herald
Thu Jan 21 07:02, 2010 GMT
Copyright infringement probe Virgin Media has begun trials of new packet-sniffing software designed to measure the level of illicit music-sharing over its network.… Web threats: Why conventional protection doesn't work
Virgin trials P2P deep packet snooping
Thu Jan 21 09:02, 2010 GMT
Jury still out A security researcher who reverse engineered code used to attack Google and other large companies has said he found what he believes are the fingerprints of Chinese hackers.… Web threats: Why conventional protection doesn't work
Cyber sleuth sees China's fingerprints on 'Aurora' attacks
Thu Jan 21 10:09, 2010 GMT
China's dispute with Internet giant Google, which is threatening to pull out of the country over concerns about censorship and security, should not be linked to bilateral ties with the United States, a top Chinese official said Thursday.
China: Google case not linked to ties with US (AP via Yahoo! Finance) 21-month jail sentence for blogger sets dangerous precedent Russia - 21-month jail sentence for blogger sets dangerous precedent"> Russia -
Thu Jan 21 09:08, 2010 GMT
Reporters Without Borders condemns the Tatarstan supreme court's decision on 15 January to uphold blogger Irek Murtazin's 21-month prison sentence on a charge of defaming the president of Tatarstan, Mintimer Shaimiyev, in a September 2008 post on the LiveJournal website suggesting that Shaimiyev might have died of ill-health while on holiday. Murtazin used to be Shaimiyev's press spokesman. As well as defamation under article 129 of the criminal code, he was also convicted under article 282 (...)
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Thu Jan 21 12:56, 2010 GMT
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will today call for an uncensored internet where individuals and companies can operate without fear of repression or computer attacks.
Clinton aims at China in free internet speech (The Age)
Thu Jan 21 13:16, 2010 GMT
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Thursday called for consequences and condemnation for those who carry out cyber attacks, in excerpts of a speech expected to address Google Inc.'s concerns about China.
Clinton says cyber attacks merit "consequences"
Thu Jan 21 14:24, 2010 GMT
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will call today for an uncensored global Internet where individuals and companies operate without fear of repression or computer attacks such as those Google Inc. says came from China.
Clinton Urges Internet Freedom Amid Google Dispute (Update1) (BusinessWeek)
Thu Jan 21 13:03, 2010 GMT
China's dispute with Internet giant Google, which is threatening to pull out of the country over concerns about censorship and security, should not be linked to bilateral ties with the United States, a top Chinese official said Thursday.
China claims Google case not linked to U.S. ties, as Hillary Clinton readies Internet freedom speech (New York Daily News)
Thu Jan 21 14:11, 2010 GMT
Telecommunication companies and large Internet service providers are getting increasingly concerned about the cyber threats coming from targeted attacks which replace botnet-driven attacks as the main problem. read more
What is worse than botnet caused attacks?
Thu Jan 21 14:55, 2010 GMT
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton is criticizing China and other nations for restricting Internet access and erecting other electronic barriers to the free flow of information.
Clinton blasts China, others for Internet blocks (AP via Yahoo! Finance)
Thu Jan 21 14:33, 2010 GMT
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Thursday called for global condemnation for those who carry out cyber attacks as China sought to contain tension with the United States over online censorship and hacking.
China downplays Internet feud with United States (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
Thu Jan 21 14:24, 2010 GMT
The US is calling for tough action against perpetrators of cyber attacks, after Google is allegedly hacked in China.
US to seek world cyber crackdown
Thu Jan 21 15:02, 2010 GMT
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton urged US technology companies on Thursday to refuse to support censorship.
US tech firms should refuse to support censorship: Clinton (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Thu Jan 21 15:26, 2010 GMT
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Thursday said she expected China to make a thorough and transparent investigation of cyber attacks that led Google to consider pulling out of the country.
Clinton seeks thorough China probe on Google issue
Thu Jan 21 16:06, 2010 GMT
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will raise the issue of Google's ongoing battles in China in a broad policy address on Internet freedom she plans to...
Clinton to Challenge Internet Censorship in Policy Address (PC World)
Thu Jan 21 16:18, 2010 GMT
Clinton calls on firms to 'take stand' against Internet censorship The Hill (blog) Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton called on Internet companies to "take a principled stand" against countries ... and more »
Clinton calls on firms to 'take stand' against Internet censorship - The Hill (blog)
Thu Jan 21 16:56, 2010 GMT
Jan. 21 (Bloomberg) -- Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called on U.S. technology companies to resist Internet censorship and urged Chinese authorities to probe a cyber attack on Google Inc.
Clinton Urges Technology Companies to Resist Censors (Update1) (Bloomberg)
Thu Jan 21 16:39, 2010 GMT
WASHINGTON, Jan 21 (AFP) Jan 21, 2010 US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton urged US technology companies on Thursday not to support Internet censorship and said countries which carry out cyberattacks should be punished.
Clinton urges US tech companies not to support censorship (SpaceDaily)
Thu Jan 21 16:38, 2010 GMT
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Thursday called for an unfettered worldwide Internet and urged global condemnation of those who conduct cyber attacks, as China sought to contain tension with the United States over the hacking and censorship of Google.
Clinton urges Internet freedom, condemns cyber attacks (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
Thu Jan 21 12:34, 2010 GMT
Telegraph.co.uk spies@work The Age In its 2009 Virtual Criminology Report, internet security firm McAfee surveyed the global cyber-warfare threat, focusing on the increasing number of cyber ... Private Sector Keeps Mum on Cyber Attacks Wall Street Journal Hacks of war Computing McAfee: China attacks a 'watershed moment' CNET National Journal (blog)  - New York Times all 67 news articles »
spies@work - The Age
Thu Jan 21 17:26, 2010 GMT
IDG News Service - The U.S. Department of State will launch several new initiatives focused on fighting Internet censorship, including working with businesses and other groups to develop mobile applications that help residents of countries with repressive governments report problems, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Thursday.
Clinton: U.S. gov't will push harder against Web censorship (Computerworld)
Thu Jan 21 17:24, 2010 GMT
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton gave a major speech on Internet freedom today at Washington, DC's Newseum, and she didn't hesitate to call out censorship regimes. Countries that heavily censor the 'Net are creating a new "Information Curtain" to rival the old Iron Curtain of the Cold War era. "New technologies do not take sides," said Clinton. "But the United States does." The US government ...
Hillary Clinton slams "Information Curtain" of censorship (Ars Technica)
Thu Jan 21 17:51, 2010 GMT
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said on Thursday all companies should reject censorship and urged China to thoroughly investigate cyber attacks that led Google to threaten to pull out of the nation.
Highlights of Clinton speech on Internet freedom (The Star)
Thu Jan 21 17:47, 2010 GMT
In a policy speech, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton outlines five 'Internet freedoms,' and calls on tech vendors and other businesses to play a role in promoting Internet access and fighting censorship.
Clinton Calls On Businesses To Support Internet Freedom (InformationWeek)
Thu Jan 21 17:48, 2010 GMT
The U.S. Department of State will launch several new initiatives focused on fighting Internet censorship, including working with businesses and other groups to develop mobile applications that help residents of countries with repressive governments report problems, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Thursday.
Clinton: US Gov't Will Push Harder Against Web Censorship (CIO)
Thu Jan 21 18:13, 2010 GMT
In the wake of Google's announcement that it will stop censoring search results in China, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Thursday identified Internet freedom as a major policy principle for the United States, and called on U.S. companies to reject censorship.
Clinton Defines U.S. Stance on Internet Freedom (PC Magazine)
Thu Jan 21 18:04, 2010 GMT
WASHINGTON, Jan. 21 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's condemnation of cyber attacks and censorship is an important endorsement of a free global Internet, but just as important to ensuring the Internet's contribution to democracy and economic growth is a commitment to consumer privacy, Consumer Watchdog said today.
Consumer Watchdog Lauds Clinton's Call For Open Internet, Stresses Need For Online Consumer Privacy Safeguards (PR Newswire via Yahoo! News)
Thu Jan 21 18:05, 2010 GMT
Hillary Clinton today ramped up a censorship row between Google and China as she called for unfettered internet access worldwide.
Internet censorship is modern Berlin Wall, claims Clinton as Google China row escalates (Daily Mail: World News)
Thu Jan 21 17:31, 2010 GMT
The Guardian U.S. stands behind Google, says free access to Internet is foreign policy priority ZDNet (blog) From the way it sounded, that would include the development of tools that would help people in those countries to circumvent censorship rules there. ... Attacks on Google in China raise national security concerns Chicago Tribune Hillary Clinton slams "Information Curtain" of censorship Ars Technica Tear Down that Firewall: How the Obama Administration Can Promote Internet Freedom Huffington Post (blog) The Hill (blog)  - AFP  - New York Times all 2,693 news articles »
U.S. stands behind Google, says free access to Internet is foreign policy priority - ZDNet (blog)
Thu Jan 21 18:58, 2010 GMT
Washington Post Clinton bluntly condemns China on Internet censorship Christian Science Monitor Secretary of State Hillary Clinton offered blunt condemnation of strict Internet censorship in China and pledged to help Chinese citizens jump the 'Great ... Attacks on Google in China raise national security concerns Chicago Tribune Clinton: US Gov't Will Push Harder Against Web Censorship PC World Clinton calls on firms to 'take stand' against Internet censorship The Hill (blog) ZDNet (blog)  - Ars Technica  - Huffington Post (blog) all 3,183 news articles »
Clinton bluntly condemns China on Internet censorship - Christian Science Monitor
Thu Jan 21 19:00, 2010 GMT
BBC News (blog) Microsoft fixes 8 IE holes, including one used in attacks CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... Profiting From The Google Hack Forbes UK Government defends Internet Explorer 6 Pocket-lint.com Microsoft To Patch Explorer Hole RedOrbit Radio New Zealand  - PC Pro  - RTT News all 1,064 news articles »
Microsoft fixes 8 IE holes, including one used in attacks - CNET
Thu Jan 21 19:23, 2010 GMT
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton urged China on Thursday to investigate cyberattacks on Google and other US companies and called on US technology firms not to support Internet censorship.
Clinton calls for Chinese probe into Google cyberattacks (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Thu Jan 21 20:06, 2010 GMT
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton today urged against censorship of the Internet and called for responses to cyberattacks.
Clinton urges Internet freedom, cybersecurity (Federal Computer Week)
Thu Jan 21 21:22, 2010 GMT
Help Net Security DarkMarket Ringleader Pleads Guilty in London Wired News They also trained one another in phishing attacks and how to launder money through digital currency services such as Web Money and E-Gold . ... Online cybercriminal DarkMarket closed, founder arrested Help Net Security all 3 news articles »
DarkMarket Ringleader Pleads Guilty in London - Wired News
Thu Jan 21 18:16, 2010 GMT
myfoxny.com Microsoft warns of flaw in 32-bit Windows kernel CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... Microsoft confirms 17-year-old Windows vulnerability ZDNet (blog) Microsoft confirms 17-year-old Windows bug Computerworld Microsoft Issues Alert on Windows Kernel Bug Virtualization Review all 35 news articles »
Microsoft warns of flaw in 32-bit Windows kernel - CNET
Thu Jan 21 22:44, 2010 GMT
Google Welcomes Clinton's Call for Uncensored Web Bloomberg Clinton today called on US technology companies to resist Internet censorship and urged Chinese authorities to probe a cyber attack that targeted Google. ... and more »
Google Welcomes Clinton's Call for Uncensored Web - Bloomberg
Thu Jan 21 23:16, 2010 GMT
Clinton condemns Internet censorship ABC Online LINDY KERIN: Hillary Clinton has also criticised countries who carry out Internet censorship . Without specifically mentioning China, she said "Those ...
Clinton condemns Internet censorship - ABC Online
Thu Jan 21 23:51, 2010 GMT
Wired News Card-Fraud Site Ringleader Pleads Guilty in London Wired News They also trained one another in phishing attacks and how to launder money through digital currency services such as Web Money and E-Gold . ...
Card-Fraud Site Ringleader Pleads Guilty in London - Wired News
Fri Jan 22 00:07, 2010 GMT
The US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, has called for an unfettered internet and urged global condemnation of those who conduct cyber attacks, as China sought to contain tension with the US over the hacking and censorship of Google.
Internet censorship 'the new Berlin Wall' (Independent)
Thu Jan 21 23:45, 2010 GMT
Facebook plugs friends list mobile leak CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... and more »
Facebook plugs friends list mobile leak - CNET
Thu Jan 21 20:00, 2010 GMT
CNET The China Fix TIME Such sentiment goes beyond the Internet censorship and cyberspying that led to Google's Jan. 12 threat to bail out of China, or the clash of values (freedom ... Attacks on Google in China raise national security concerns Chicago Tribune all 86 news articles »
The China Fix - TIME
Fri Jan 22 01:11, 2010 GMT
Hillary Clinton: 'US Government Is Committed To Internet Freedom' BroadbandBreakfast.com Clinton spoke strongly against internet censorship , singling out the regimes in China, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia, and Uzbekistan for special criticism. ... and more »
Hillary Clinton: 'US Government Is Committed To Internet Freedom' - BroadbandBreakfast.com
Fri Jan 22 01:27, 2010 GMT
The Hindu Microsoft Reduces Bing Data Retention Times Redmond Channel Partner However, Google's concern over Internet privacy generally seemed in question after Google's CEO Eric Schmidt stated in December that "If you have something ... Microsoft to purge Bing user data BtoB Magazine all 79 news articles »
Microsoft Reduces Bing Data Retention Times - Redmond Channel Partner
Fri Jan 22 01:44, 2010 GMT
Clinton Urges Tech Companies to Resist Censors, Condemn Attacks BusinessWeek Nearly one-third of the world is subject to Internet censorship , according to Alec Ross, Clinton's technology adviser. “We stand for a single Internet where ... and more »
Clinton Urges Tech Companies to Resist Censors, Condemn Attacks - BusinessWeek
Fri Jan 22 01:55, 2010 GMT
Judging by words, there's little doubt on a question I raised in Sunday's column: How seriously is the Obama administration taking the dispute between Google Inc. and China? Taking dead aim at the Chinese authorities Thursday, Secretary of State Hillary... Google - People's Republic of China - United States Secretary of State - China - Internet censorship
U.S. takes aim at China on Internet censorship (San Francisco Chronicle)
Fri Jan 22 02:04, 2010 GMT
Chinese media on Friday dismissed Washington's call to lift Internet censorship, after a top Chinese diplomat warned the Obama administration to heed alarm bells over trade, Taiwan and Tibet.
Media in China dismiss U.S. Internet push (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
Fri Jan 22 01:21, 2010 GMT
SenditCertified Warns Google China Incident is a Security Wake-up Call to ... SYS-CON Media (press release) The dual issues of security and privacy have not been addressed thoroughly, although we applaud Google for doing something few companies have done: publicly ... and more »
SenditCertified Warns Google China Incident is a Security Wake-up Call to ... - SYS-CON Media (press release)
Fri Jan 22 05:47, 2010 GMT
Communications Minister, Stephen Conroy, has supported the American Foreign Secretary, Senator Hilary Clintonâs criticism of China and other countries that censor the Internet.
Senator Conroy defends Internet filtering and criticises Chinese censorship (CIO)
Fri Jan 22 08:23, 2010 GMT
US warns against internet censorship ABC Online SHANE MCLEOD: On the face of it Australia and the United States appear to be on a collision course on the issue of internet censorship . ...
US warns against internet censorship - ABC Online
Fri Jan 22 08:19, 2010 GMT
China on Friday said US calls for Internet freedom were "harmful" to bilateral ties, after Secretary of State Hillary Clinton criticised Chinese censorship of the web.
Clinton Internet criticism harms Sino-US ties: China (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Fri Jan 22 08:18, 2010 GMT
The software maker has issued a critical, out-of-band patch that fixes eight vulnerabilities, including the hole targeted in recent China-based cyberattacks
Microsoft patches IE hole used in Google attacks
Fri Jan 22 08:36, 2010 GMT
China on Friday said US calls for Internet freedom were "harmful" to ties, after Secretary of State Hillary Clinton criticised Chinese censorship of the web.
Internet freedom row hurts US-Sino ties: China (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Thu Jan 21 16:05, 2010 GMT
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton called Thursday for unfettered access to the Internet around the globe after several incidents of online censorship and cyber attacks have presented new questions for the role of technology in diplomacy.
Clinton calls for Internet freedoms, inquiry into cyber attack at Google (Washington Post)
Fri Jan 22 08:53, 2010 GMT
China Says Clinton Remarks on Internet Censorship 'Damage' Ties Bloomberg The Chinese government has said it doesn't engage in cyber attacks and is itself a victim of breaches of Internet security . ... and more »
China Says Clinton Remarks on Internet Censorship 'Damage' Ties - Bloomberg
Thu Jan 21 21:59, 2010 GMT
CBC.ca Imperva reveals top 20 passwords CBC.ca The report by California internet security firm Imperva concludes many people choose passwords that could be easily hacked, and they've been making bad ... If Your Password Is 123456, Just Make It HackMe New York Times Cyber crime: How to make sure your passwords are safe from hackers Mirror.co.uk Web users using easy to hack passwords: Report The Money Times The Tech Herald all 135 news articles »
Imperva reveals top 20 passwords - CBC.ca
Fri Jan 22 09:29, 2010 GMT
China hit back at U.S. criticism of Internet censorship and hacking on Friday, warning that relations between the two global heavyweights were being hurt by a feud centered on web giant Google.
China says U.S. Internet accusations "baseless" (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
Fri Jan 22 06:17, 2010 GMT
The US Secretary of State delivered a speech I Washington supporting freedom of expression on the web.
Hillary Clinton: State censorship in Internet inacceptable
Fri Jan 22 11:51, 2010 GMT
Google and US vs. Chinese Censorship ABC News Last week we saw Google publicly complain about China's growing censorship of the Internet -- and worse, cyber-attacks on Google's search engine that were, ... China: Clinton's speech against online censorship “harmful” for US-China relations TopNews United States China Slams Clinton's Call for Internet Freedom PC World China fires back at cyber attack charges CNN International all 18 news articles »
Google and US vs. Chinese Censorship - ABC News
Fri Jan 22 03:18, 2010 GMT
In a new warning to China, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton called Thursday for free access to the Internet and said countries that attack information networks should face "consequences and international condemnation."
Clinton denounces Internet censorship (The News & Observer)
Fri Jan 22 12:19, 2010 GMT
Foreign Policy: Hillary Clinton's Cyber War NPR Anti- censorship tools are not going to help either, because Chinese Internet companies delete content at its root (a point that Rebecca MacKinnon made ... and more »
Foreign Policy: Hillary Clinton's Cyber War - NPR
Fri Jan 22 12:30, 2010 GMT
A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman said Clinton's position could hurt U.S.-China relations and doesn't respect the facts.
China scolds U.S. over Web censorship issue
Fri Jan 22 13:16, 2010 GMT
Clinton Rebukes China's Net Censorship RedOrbit For its part, China has said that cyberattacks and the issue of Internet censorship should not be linked to Sino-US ties. "If Google has any problems in its ... and more »
Clinton Rebukes China's Net Censorship - RedOrbit
Thu Jan 21 01:48, 2010 GMT
Telegraph.co.uk If Your Password Is 123456, Just Make It HackMe New York Times Despite all the reports of Internet security breaches over the years, including the recent attacks on Google's e-mail service, ... Imperva reveals top 20 passwords CBC.ca Cyber crime: How to make sure your passwords are safe from hackers Mirror.co.uk Revealed: Top website password is 123456 Scottish Daily Record Times of India  - CIO  - The Money Times all 153 news articles »
If Your Password Is 123456, Just Make It HackMe - New York Times
Fri Jan 22 13:46, 2010 GMT
Miscreants remain anonymous Privacy-conscious users of the Tor anonymiser network have been urged to upgrade their software, following the discovery of a security breach.…
Tor software updated after hackers crack into systems
Fri Jan 22 13:58, 2010 GMT
Stepping up the Obama administration's commitment to promoting a free and open Internet around the world, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said Thursday that the United States would lead an international effort to combat censorship and cyberattacks.
Hillary Clinton Denounces Online Censorship, Cyberattacks (HispanicBusiness.com)
Fri Jan 22 14:25, 2010 GMT
BBC News Google builds loyal following in China BBC News "Maybe it's reasonable to have some extent of censorship here in China," added Mr Wang, who is 22. But even he uses Google's e-mail service because he says ... and more »
Google builds loyal following in China - BBC News
Fri Jan 22 15:55, 2010 GMT
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BT to throttle P2P for faster broadband Hillary Clinton's historic speech United States - Hillary Clinton's historic speech"> United States -
Fri Jan 22 15:45, 2010 GMT
Reporters Without Borders welcomes yesterday's speech by US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on the future of the Internet. Speaking at the Newseum in Washington DC, she expressed clear support for online freedom of expression, identifying it as a priority of US foreign policy. While stressing the need for stronger law enforcement measures to counter hackers who target US interests, Clinton also urged American companies to take a “principled stand” against online censorship, calling on (...)
China says US Internet criticism "unreasonable" (rediff.com)
Fri Jan 22 16:29, 2010 GMT
China rejected US criticism of its internet censorship as "unreasonable" and warned Washington against harming bilateral ties on a row over Google's threat to quit the Chinese market.
China calls US internet criticism 'unreasonable' (rediff.com)
Fri Jan 22 17:37, 2010 GMT
BBC News Earnings Miss Punishes Google Forbes Google has been in an ongoing standoff with the Chinese government over cyber security and Internet censorship . Earlier this month Google threatened to shut ... Google builds loyal following in China BBC News all 297 news articles »
Earnings Miss Punishes Google - Forbes
Fri Jan 22 17:24, 2010 GMT
President Obama wants answers on alleged cyber-attacks originating in China on the search giant Google, officials say.
Obama keeps up pressure on China
Fri Jan 22 18:13, 2010 GMT
BBC News China's web users debate internet freedom BBC News Google users hold a banner which reads: "Say no to internet censorship - Google well done!" Google's withdrawal from China could affect millions of web ... How to Know if You're Censoring the Internet (This One's for You, China) Search Engine Watch (blog) all 7 news articles »
China's web users debate internet freedom - BBC News
Fri Jan 22 18:19, 2010 GMT
US secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton called on Thursday for unfettered access to the Internet around the globe after several incidents of online censorship and cyber attacks have presented new questions for the role of technology in diplomacy.
Clinton blasts China for Internet blocks (Hindustan Times) Another adjournment in case of jailed bloggers Adnan Hadjizade and Emin Milli Azerbaijan - Another adjournment in case of jailed bloggers Adnan Hadjizade and Emin Milli"> Azerbaijan -
Fri Jan 22 18:46, 2010 GMT
A Baku court should have begun today to hear the appeal of imprisoned bloggers Adnan Hadjizade and Emin Milli but, as happened so many times during the original trial, the hearing was adjourned, although this time it was at the request of the defence. The court is now scheduled to start hearing their appeal on 5 February. Reporters Without Borders joined the Adnan Hadjizade and Emin Milli Support Committee in organising a rally at 3 p.m. today outside the embassy of Azerbaijan on Avenue (...)
How to Know if You're Censoring the Internet (This One's for You, China) - Search Engine Watch (blog)
Fri Jan 22 18:19, 2010 GMT
After China and Google's recent squabble, Hillary Clinton gave a rather nice speech saying that internet censorship is a human rights problem, and named some countries that do it, including China. China, apparently, doesn't think that internet censorship is much of a problem, as the Chinese Foreign Ministry has accused the United States of "using the so-called Internet freedom question to level ...
Don't Call China's Internet "Censored" (GOOD)
Fri Jan 22 20:13, 2010 GMT
A spokesman for the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Friday denied that China restricts access to the Internet, and criticized a Thursday speech from Secretary of State Hillary Clinton that called on U.S. companies to reject censorship.
China Fires Back After Clinton's Censorship Speech (PC Magazine)
Fri Jan 22 20:47, 2010 GMT
China has defended its internet censorship saying the nation's internet rules were in line with Chinese law.
Google censorship takes diplomatic turn (BigPond News)
Fri Jan 22 21:16, 2010 GMT
The Hindu US-China bicker over Internet censorship Politico (blog) His comments followed a written complaint from the Chinese foreign ministry today saying Cilnton's remarks on Chinese Internet censorship and Google's ... China warns US over Web censorship stance CNET China Says US Criticism of Its Internet Policy Harms Ties New York Times China Says Clinton Remarks on Internet Censorship 'Damage' Ties BusinessWeek ABC News  - InformationWeek  - BBC News all 4,415 news articles »
US-China bicker over Internet censorship - Politico (blog)
Fri Jan 22 21:29, 2010 GMT
Globe and Mail Internet censorship : China lashes out at US, says criticism baseless Indian Express The Chinese Foreign Ministry lashed out on Friday against criticism of China in a speech on Internet censorship made by Secretary of State Hillary Rodham ... China warns US over Web censorship stance CNET China Says Criticism of Its Internet Policy Harms US Ties New York Times China Says Clinton Remarks on Internet Censorship 'Damage' Ties BusinessWeek Politico (blog)  - ABC News  - InformationWeek all 4,437 news articles »
Internet censorship: China lashes out at US, says criticism baseless - Indian Express
Fri Jan 22 21:37, 2010 GMT
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton lays out a new policy on Internet freedom, challenges U.S. companies to reject state-sponsored censorship.
CNET News Daily Podcast: Clinton urges U.S. Internet companies to reject censoring
Fri Jan 22 21:30, 2010 GMT
China hit back at U.S. criticism of Internet censorship and hacking on Friday, warning that relations between the two global heavyweights were being hurt by a feud centered on web giant Google.
China, U.S. spar over Internet censorship (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
Fri Jan 22 23:47, 2010 GMT
Google co-founders Sergey Brin, Larry Page plan big stock sale San Jose Mercury News But with Google enmeshed in a confrontation with the Chinese government about Internet censorship and threatening to move out of the world's largest ... and more »
Google co-founders Sergey Brin, Larry Page plan big stock sale - San Jose Mercury News
Sat Jan 23 00:24, 2010 GMT
BBC News Hack Attacks Test Google's Link to China CBS News Larry Clinton, president of Internet Security Alliance, says cyber-attacks originating from China are likely conducted by "people who have a loose ... China warns US over Web censorship stance CNET China Says Criticism of Its Internet Policy Harms US Ties New York Times China Says Clinton Remarks on Internet Censorship 'Damage' Ties BusinessWeek Indian Express  - ABC News  - InformationWeek all 3,879 news articles »
Hack Attacks Test Google's Link to China - CBS News
Sat Jan 23 02:30, 2010 GMT
The Hindu China Says Clinton Harms Relations With Criticism of Internet Censorship New York Times The State Department has yet to give financial support to one of the best-known initiatives to circumvent Internet censorship , a group affiliated with the ... China warns US over Web censorship stance CNET China Says Clinton Remarks on Internet Censorship 'Damage' Ties BusinessWeek China, US spar over Internet censorship Reuters UK Indian Express  - InformationWeek  - ABC News all 3,901 news articles »
China Says Clinton Harms Relations With Criticism of Internet Censorship - New York Times
Sat Jan 23 05:26, 2010 GMT
Tensions between China and the United States over Internet policy deepened yesterday, with the Chinese government accusing Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton of jeopardizing relations between the two countries with her criticism of Chinese censorship.
China criticizes Clinton's Internet censorship remarks (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
Sat Jan 23 06:10, 2010 GMT
Tensions between China and the United States over Internet policy deepened Friday, with the Chinese government accusing Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton of jeopardizing relations between the two countries with her criticism of Chinese censorship.
China blasts Clinton's criticism of its Internet controls (Seattle Times)
Sat Jan 23 07:59, 2010 GMT
EDITORIALS OF THE TIMES El Paso Inc US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton picked the right battle this week, calling for an end to Internet censorship and naming governments that ... and more »
EDITORIALS OF THE TIMES - El Paso Inc
Sat Jan 23 09:44, 2010 GMT
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Bloggers imagine Belarus with utility bills non-payers on billboards (Photo)
Sat Jan 23 08:02, 2010 GMT
Los Angeles Times Sino-US ties hit new snag over Internet issues Los Angeles Times Clinton specifically criticized the Chinese and others for Internet censorship . And she suggested that defense against cyber attacks was a core issue of ... Chinese lash back at Clinton in internet policy row Irish Independent Clinton speech boosts anti-filter campaign ABC Online Hillary Clinton Wants Web to Remain Free, Hulu Wants Videos to Be Anything But? Switched (blog) The Hill (blog)  - PR Newswire (press release)  - Reuters all 736 news articles »
Sino-US ties hit new snag over Internet issues - Los Angeles Times
Fri Jan 22 22:59, 2010 GMT
The Guardian Keen blasts Free Press for linking net neutrality to Internet freedom The Hill (blog) ... speech on Internet freedom yesterday, Free Press's executive director Josh Silver put out a statement linking Internet censorship to net neutrality. ... Comment of Chairman Patrick Leahy, Senate Judiciary Committee, on Secretary of ... PR Newswire (press release) Statement: Hillary Clinton on internet freedom Financial Times The Internet Freedom Agenda Foreign Policy Softpedia  - Huffington Post (blog)  - MWD Technology News Blog (blog) all 41 news articles »
Keen blasts Free Press for linking net neutrality to Internet freedom - The Hill (blog)
Thu Jan 21 16:08, 2010 GMT
TopNews Singapore Microsoft Seeks Legal Protections for Data Stored in Cloud CIO Read this Trend and Risk report from IBM® ISS X-Force® to learn statistical information about all aspects of threats that affect Internet security , ... Let's open up cloud computing The Guardian Industry Says Government Must Regulate 'Cloud' Computing to Protect Users' Privacy Kansas City infoZine Cloud Computing for Business and Society Huffington Post (blog) The Hill (blog)  - TorrentBomb News  - eSchool News (subscription) all 159 news articles »
Microsoft Seeks Legal Protections for Data Stored in Cloud - CIO
Sat Jan 23 19:33, 2010 GMT
The built-in voice-to-text feature on Google's new Nexus One phone replaces rude utterances with hash marks.
How Google's Nexus One censors cuss words
Sat Jan 23 20:08, 2010 GMT
Denouncing a speech against Internet censorship by Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, China showed it was ready to fight back on the issue.
China Rebuffs Clinton on Internet Warning (New York Times)
Sat Jan 23 21:08, 2010 GMT
China's Great Firewall impedes foreign trade San Francisco Chronicle One is to file a complaint with the World Trade Organization, contesting China's Internet censorship as a breach of the international trade rules to which ...
China's Great Firewall impedes foreign trade - San Francisco Chronicle
Sat Jan 23 02:47, 2010 GMT
CBC.ca Password or Free Pass? Tech Jackal Results of a new study by researchers at the internet security firm Imperva suggest that the weakest link in a user’s online persona and the protection of ... If Your Password Is 123456, Just Make It HackMe New York Times Password Guessing - Still Easy As Ever BrickHouse Security Blog (blog) Cyber crime: How to make sure your passwords are safe from hackers Mirror.co.uk CBC.ca  - Times of India  - Scottish Daily Record all 197 news articles »
Password or Free Pass? - Tech Jackal
Sat Jan 23 23:06, 2010 GMT
CNN U.S. enables Chinese hacking of Google CNN Google users in Hong Kong hold a banner saying, "Say no to internet censorship : Google, well done! ...
U.S. enables Chinese hacking of Google - CNN
Sat Jan 23 23:42, 2010 GMT
Reuters China Tells US To Drop Dead Over Internet Criticism Daily Finance A representative of the Communist government said Clinton was being "disrespectful" when she urged US companies to stand up to internet censorship in ... China's Great Firewall impedes foreign trade San Francisco Chronicle Talking tough on censorship The Guardian China Rebuffs Clinton on Internet Warning New York Times Los Angeles Times  - UPI.com  - CNET all 4,924 news articles »
China Tells US To Drop Dead Over Internet Criticism - Daily Finance
Fri Jan 22 09:12, 2010 GMT
The Guardian Clinton speech boosts anti-filter campaign ABC Online (AFP: Pal Pillai ) Australia and the United States appear to be on a collision course on the issue of internet censorship . In a wide-ranging speech last ... Hillary Clinton Wants Web to Remain Free, Hulu Wants Videos to Be Anything But? Switched (blog) Keen blasts Free Press for linking net neutrality to Internet freedom The Hill (blog) Senator John McCain takes stand on Internet Freedom Examiner.com all 54 news articles »
Clinton speech boosts anti-filter campaign - ABC Online
Sun Jan 24 02:57, 2010 GMT
The Hindu Google incident, US Internet strategy Xinhua Opposition to cyber attacks and Internet censorship are good reasons in both political and non-political terms, for they not only take a high ground, ... China's Great Firewall impedes foreign trade San Francisco Chronicle Talking tough on censorship The Guardian China Tells US To Drop Dead Over Internet Criticism Daily Finance New York Times  - Los Angeles Times  - UPI.com all 4,938 news articles »
Google incident, US Internet strategy - Xinhua
Sun Jan 24 15:35, 2010 GMT
Google launched its China operation in January 2006 with high hopes. The democratizing benefits of increased Web access for the Chinese people, the Internet giant hoped, would outweigh the Chinese Communist Party's ferocious censorship and e-mail spying.
Un-Googling China and campaign of cyberwars (The Lafayette Daily Advertiser)
Sun Jan 24 16:41, 2010 GMT
Telegraph.co.uk Google for good…or just for money? Global Voices Online (blog) 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 ... China Agency: Haven't Received Google Report On Attacks Wall Street Journal China's Great Firewall impedes foreign trade San Francisco Chronicle Google incident, US Internet strategy Xinhua New York Times  - Daily Finance  - The Guardian all 5,005 news articles »
Google for good…or just for money? - Global Voices Online (blog)
Sun Jan 24 17:10, 2010 GMT
Telegraph.co.uk Google, US Rhetoric Leaves China Unmoved eWeek Since then, the United States has engaged in extensive and futile posturing to persuade China to curb its Internet censorship policies as part of larger US ... China Agency: Haven't Received Google Report On Attacks Wall Street Journal Google for good…or just for money? Global Voices Online (blog) China's Great Firewall impedes foreign trade San Francisco Chronicle Xinhua  - New York Times  - Daily Finance all 5,008 news articles »
Google, US Rhetoric Leaves China Unmoved - eWeek
Sun Jan 24 18:10, 2010 GMT
Pakistan Daily Mail India blamed China for RAW generated cyber terrorism Pakistan Daily Mail Unwilling to risk exposure, buyers use cashiers agents who convert the stolen information into true currency in the form of e-gold (wherein the process is ...
India blamed China for RAW generated cyber terrorism - Pakistan Daily Mail
Sun Jan 24 16:21, 2010 GMT
Identity Protection: A Bigger Worry Every Year PC World "In order to maximise the full value of what the online world can offer, organisations need to take a layered approach to Internet security in order to best ... Rising cybercrime rattles social networking world The Industry Standard all 7 news articles »
Identity Protection: A Bigger Worry Every Year - PC World
Sun Jan 24 22:27, 2010 GMT
Globe and Mail China denies involvement in Google cyberattacks CNET The denial comes on the heels of US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton formally denouncing Internet censorship in a speech that was directed both at ... Google, US Rhetoric Leaves China Unmoved eWeek China Agency: Haven't Received Google Report On Attacks Wall Street Journal Google for good…or just for money? Global Voices Online (blog) AFP  - The Epoch Times  - New York Times all 5,068 news articles »
China denies involvement in Google cyberattacks - CNET
Mon Jan 25 01:25, 2010 GMT
China Daily China 'biggest victim' of cyber attacks China Daily A senior official in charge of Internet security has claimed that the country has become the world's biggest victim of cyber ... China paper slams US for cyber role in Iran unrest Reuters all 54 news articles »
China 'biggest victim' of cyber attacks - China Daily &cid=rss" title="China rejects claims of Internet hacking attacks (Bay News 9 Tampa Bay)">China rejects claims of Internet hacking attacks (Bay News 9 Tampa Bay)
Mon Jan 25 03:56, 2010 GMT
China denies involvement in hacking attacks on Google, defends Internet censorship
China denies involvement in hacking attacks on Google, defends Internet censorship - The Canadian Press
Mon Jan 25 04:25, 2010 GMT
China denies involvement in hacking attacks on Google, defends Internet censorship Internet censorship - Google - China - Censorship - Human Rights and Liberties
China Rejects Claims of Internet Hacking Attacks (ABC News)
Mon Jan 25 05:03, 2010 GMT
Claims 'groundless' China has denied it was involved in the December cyber attacks on Google and at least 33 other companies.… Case Study: WhatsUp keeps Legoland turnstyles ringing
China denies role in cyber attacks on Google
Mon Jan 25 05:16, 2010 GMT
Google-China war: Who is vulnerable? ITvoir After that incident, the search giant has indicated that it will stop cooperating with Chinese Internet censorship and also planning to shut down its ... and more »
Google-China war: Who is vulnerable? - ITvoir
Mon Jan 25 06:56, 2010 GMT
China widened its attack against US criticisms of Internet censorship, raising the stakes in a dispute that has put Google in the middle of a political quarrel between the two global powers
China steps up defence of internet controls (TVNZ)
Mon Jan 25 06:56, 2010 GMT
The Chinese government has denied state involvement in internet attacks and defended its online censorship.
China rejects claims of internet hacking (BigPond News)
Mon Jan 25 06:57, 2010 GMT
China widened its attack against U.S. criticisms of Internet censorship on Monday, raising the stakes in a dispute that has put Google in the middle of a political quarrel between the two global powers.
China steps up defense of Internet controls (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
Mon Jan 25 07:08, 2010 GMT
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How much do you think big scam hyip admin had made? - Ecommerce Journal
Mon Jan 25 07:43, 2010 GMT
AFP US, China censorship row hots up China Economic Review On the other hand, it would be foolish for internet companies with ambitions to start up in China to think that the only obstacle they face is censorship . ... US asked to drag China to WTO over Google dispute AFP all 196 news articles »
US, China censorship row hots up - China Economic Review
Sun Jan 24 22:48, 2010 GMT
China denies any state involvement in alleged cyber attacks on Google and accuses the US of double standards.
China denies Google cyber attacks
Mon Jan 25 08:14, 2010 GMT
China's government has issued statements denying any state involvement in the cyberattacks on the search giant and defending its online censorship
China denies state involvement in Google attacks
Mon Jan 25 09:14, 2010 GMT
The Guardian Breaching China's great cyber wall TheDay.com China, Tunisia and Uzbekistan have stepped up their censorship of the Internet ," said the secretary. Chinese leaders didn't like it, which means Secretary ... China Rebuffs Clinton on Internet Warning New York Times China's Great Firewall impedes foreign trade San Francisco Chronicle China warns US over Web censorship stance CNET Los Angeles Times  - BusinessWeek  - The Guardian all 4,984 news articles »
Breaching China's great cyber wall - TheDay.com
Mon Jan 25 09:51, 2010 GMT
» by Bernardo Cervellera Obama and Hillary Clinton want to end Internet censorship. But China is not willing to loosen its grip on censorship, essential in maintaining the dictatorship of the Communist Party. Relations between the two nations at the risk, while human rights activists applaud.
01/23/2010 14:52 CHINA - USA The heroism of Google and the fear of China (AsiaNews.it)
Mon Jan 25 10:43, 2010 GMT
China widened its attack against US criticisms of Internet censorship today, raising the stakes in a dispute that has put Google in the middle of a political quarrel between the two global powers.
China steps up defence of Internet controls (Independent)
Mon Jan 25 11:44, 2010 GMT
The government, via an anonymous spokesperson, has just released a statement on their website according to Reuters. They say that China "bans using the Internet to subvert state power and wreck...
China's Latest Justification for Internet Censorship [Banned] (Gawker)
Mon Jan 25 13:03, 2010 GMT
China on Monday dismissed accusations of any official involvement in hacking attacks on Google and other U.S. companies, adding to tension between the two countries over the issue. A Chinese official also defended online censorship of political topics and said the country would not change how it regulates the Internet, according to the official Xinhua news agency.
China rejects accusations on Google hack, Internet freedom (InfoWorld)
Mon Jan 25 13:40, 2010 GMT
Telegraph.co.uk China Rebukes US Calls to Investigate Hacking New York Times Ms. Clinton also singled out China's Internet censorship as a threat to the free flow of information. The Chinese government's comments come atop months of ... China steps up defense of Internet controls Reuters China defends its policy of Internet censorship TopNews United States China denies involvement in Google cyberattacks CNET Wall Street Journal  - Asia Times Online  - RTT News all 765 news articles »
China Rebukes US Calls to Investigate Hacking - New York Times
Mon Jan 25 13:55, 2010 GMT
Invasion Australia Day censorship protest It's Australia Day tomorrow, and the country's subjects are using it to mark a week of protests against government plans for compulsory internet censorship.… Web threats: Why conventional protection doesn't work
Australia leaves the internet
Mon Jan 25 15:07, 2010 GMT
The attack brought down the Chinese Human Rights Defenders' site and targeted four others during a time when China's Web censorship is a hot issue.
Chinese human rights Web sites suffer attacks
Mon Jan 25 14:22, 2010 GMT
Vesta Corporation, a global pioneer and leader in electronic payment solutions, today announced that Marshall Behling has joined the company as vice ...
Vesta appoints Marshall Behling VP, international business development
Mon Jan 25 15:14, 2010 GMT
China widened its attack against U.S. criticisms of Internet censorship on Monday, raising the stakes in a dispute that has put Google in the middle of a political quarrel between the two global powers.
Corrected: China steps up defense of Internet controls (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
Mon Jan 25 15:23, 2010 GMT
China's confrontation with U.S. and Google continues...
China Fires Back, Accuses U.S. of Internet Censorship, Subversion (AnandTech)
Mon Jan 25 15:33, 2010 GMT
Facebook and McAfee Partner on Internet Security ChannelPro-SMB McAfee Internet Security Suite software protects users' PCs from online threats, viruses, spyware, hackers, online scammers, identity thieves, ... Verizon Internet Security Suite now Features McAfee Protection TMCnet all 2 news articles »
Facebook and McAfee Partner on Internet Security - ChannelPro-SMB
Mon Jan 25 16:33, 2010 GMT
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Mon Jan 25 17:51, 2010 GMT
Secretary Clinton's speech last week on Internet Freedom was an important step in bringing online free expression and privacy to the forefront of the United States' foreign policy agenda.
Clinton on Internet Freedom, and Principled Stands (Electronic Frontier Foundations)
Mon Jan 25 17:48, 2010 GMT
The Guardian China Denies Google Hacking Claims ABC News The statement said the Chinese government wanted to "deepen cooperation with other countries" on Internet security and "learn from their experiences to make ... China Rebukes US Calls to Investigate Hacking New York Times China says Internet censoring matter of security Canada.com China defends its policy of Internet censorship TopNews United States ITProPortal  - GigaOm (blog)  - Wall Street Journal all 5,477 news articles »
China Denies Google Hacking Claims - ABC News
Mon Jan 25 18:24, 2010 GMT
Bill Gates: Chinese censorship is "very limited" Computerworld (blog) Chinese Internet censorship is not limited at all. As for obeying the laws of the countries you're in, that's clearly a swipe at Google. ...
Bill Gates: Chinese censorship is "very limited" - Computerworld (blog)
Mon Jan 25 18:24, 2010 GMT
Google's Page And Brin Unload 10 Million Shares Forbes based Google has been in an ongoing standoff with the Chinese government over cyber- security and Internet censorship . Earlier this month Google threatened ... and more »
Google's Page And Brin Unload 10 Million Shares - Forbes
Mon Jan 25 18:25, 2010 GMT
Internet community in Australia is expressing its strong opposition to the government’s plans to censor the Internet in a move to supposedly “protect children” against abusive content. www.internetblackout.com.au/ is calling for opponents of the government's plans to black out their profile picture on social networking sites, black out their websites, write to their MP and join a real world protest too. read more
Australian Internet will be switched off
Mon Jan 25 18:29, 2010 GMT
Microsoft chairman and co-founder talks up effect of the Internet on free speech.
Bill Gates: China Net Censorship 'Limited' (InternetNews.com)
Mon Jan 25 19:09, 2010 GMT
The Hindu Google: China Dispute Could Be Resolved in Weeks ABC News AP Google's top lawyer says the global search giant's dispute with China over Internet censorship will probably be resolved in weeks, but it could take ... The Real Reason the China Hack Should Worry Us Internet Evolution China Rebukes US Calls to Investigate Hacking New York Times China says Internet censoring matter of security Canada.com EFF (blog)  - TopNews United States  - ITProPortal all 5,522 news articles »
Google: China Dispute Could Be Resolved in Weeks - ABC News
Mon Jan 25 19:07, 2010 GMT
In the wake of a recent speech by U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton condemning countries that censor the internet and engage in hacking, China has lobbed a return volley and accused the United States of hypocrisy and initiating cyberwarfare against Iran. An editorial in the People’s Daily — the main mouthpiece for China’s Communist Party [...]
China Accuses U.S. of Cyberwarfare
Mon Jan 25 19:11, 2010 GMT
MUNICH, Germany - Google's top lawyer says the global search giant's dispute with China over Internet censorship will probably be resolved in weeks, but it could take months.
Google says dispute with China over Internet censorship will probably be resolved in weeks (Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune)
Thu Jan 1 00:00, 1970 GMT
Comments continue escalating rhetoric over Net security and censorship.
China Says Not Behind Cyber Attacks
Mon Jan 25 20:48, 2010 GMT
Telegraph.co.uk Google negotiating ways to keep presence in China CTV.ca AP MUNICH, Germany — Google's top lawyer said Monday the global search giant's dispute with China over Internet censorship will probably be resolved in ... China Denies Google Hacking Claims ABC News The Real Reason the China Hack Should Worry Us Internet Evolution China Rebukes US Calls to Investigate Hacking New York Times Canada.com  - EFF (blog)  - ITProPortal all 5,700 news articles »
Google negotiating ways to keep presence in China - CTV.ca
Mon Jan 25 19:09, 2010 GMT
The Scourge of Rogue Security Software IT Business Edge (blog) According to Fossi , who is also the executive editor of the Symantec Internet Security Threat Report, these scams are run like Internet businesses, ... and more »
The Scourge of Rogue Security Software - IT Business Edge (blog)
Mon Jan 25 21:44, 2010 GMT
Petrol reserves data targeted At least three US oil companies were victims of highly targeted, email-borne attacks designed to siphon valuable data from their corporate networks and send it abroad, according to a published report citing unnamed people and government documents.… The power of collaboration within unified communications
Oil companies hit by 'state' cyber attacks, says report
Mon Jan 25 22:15, 2010 GMT
China retaliated on Monday against U.S.
US-China Tensions Grow Amid Google Attacks, Internet Censorship (redOrbit)
Tue Jan 26 00:49, 2010 GMT
Hackers rated biggest threat by respondents, but nation-states and organized crime should not be disregarded, Deloitte study says.
Report: Companies unprepared for cybercrime
Tue Jan 26 02:11, 2010 GMT
IDG News Service - The Internet has loosened the control Chinese authorities hold over information in the country, but censorship there will remain strong despite Google's threat to leave China.
Chinese censorship strong despite Google (Computerworld)
Tue Jan 26 02:00, 2010 GMT
Report: Attackers sent Google workers IMs from 'friends' CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... Google attacks hit staff friends Financial Times Flaws In The 'Aurora' Attacks Dark Reading all 4 news articles »
Report: Attackers sent Google workers IMs from 'friends' - CNET
Tue Jan 26 02:07, 2010 GMT
The Guardian Gates: Chinese Internet Censorship 'Very Limited' Microsoft Certified Professional Google's announcement drew praise from human rights organizations and Internet privacy organizations. A blog by the Electronic Frontier Foundation agreed ... Bill Gates: Chinese censorship is "very limited" Computerworld (blog) Web censorship in China? Not a problem, says Bill Gates The Guardian Bill Gates says Internet needs to thrive in China Reuters The Hill (blog)  - 24/7 Wall St. (blog)  - TMC Net all 430 news articles »
Gates: Chinese Internet Censorship 'Very Limited' - Microsoft Certified Professional
Tue Jan 26 02:49, 2010 GMT
The Internet has loosened the control Chinese authorities hold over information in the country, but Web censorship there is still widely effective.
Chinese Censorship Strong Despite Google (PC World)
Tue Jan 26 04:27, 2010 GMT
Sydney Morning Herald Websites fade to black in censorship protest Sydney Morning Herald "Existing censorship is an open and transparent process but this new internet censorship power is completely secret and not subject to public review," ... and more »
Websites fade to black in censorship protest - Sydney Morning Herald
Tue Jan 26 06:33, 2010 GMT
Globe and Mail Chinese media scorn US for "politicizing" Google affair Reuters The Obama administration has backed Google's criticisms, and on Thursday Secretary of State Hillary Clinton urged China to drop Internet censorship and ... China Issues Sharp Rebuke to US Calls for an Investigation on Google Attacks New York Times China Ups the Ante in Internet Row With US Wall Street Journal Echoes of ideologies clashing Asia Times Online RTT News  - The Guardian  - ChattahBox all 5,557 news articles »
Chinese media scorn US for "politicizing" Google affair - Reuters
Tue Jan 26 07:55, 2010 GMT
Protecting online freedom Manila Standard Today In her talk at the Newseum in Washington DC, Clinton pointed to renewed threats to the free flow of information, citing Internet censorship in China, ... and more »
Protecting online freedom - Manila Standard Today
Tue Jan 26 08:33, 2010 GMT
Attackers used social networks to research friends of employees with access to data and then posed as those friends, according to the Financial Times
Report: Cyberattackers hit Google staff via friends
Tue Jan 26 08:40, 2010 GMT
Is Bill Gates China's stooge in the internet censorship row? Telegraph.co.uk (blog) If internet censorship in China is really so 'limited', Mr Gates should ask himself why Google arrived at that decision, and why his own Government has ...
Is Bill Gates China's stooge in the internet censorship row? - Telegraph.co.uk (blog)
Tue Jan 26 09:23, 2010 GMT
A recent study has found that hackers were rated the biggest threat by respondents, but nation-states and organised crime should not be disregarded
Companies unprepared for biggest cyber threats
Tue Jan 26 11:41, 2010 GMT
Sydney Morning Herald Australia turns off the internet V3.co.uk "We stand to join a small club of countries which impose centralised Internet censorship such as China, Iran and Saudi Arabia. The secret blacklist may be ... Websites fade to black in censorship protest Sydney Morning Herald all 39 news articles »
Australia turns off the internet - V3.co.uk
Tue Jan 26 12:11, 2010 GMT
The attack brought down the Chinese Human Rights Defenders' site and hit four others, at a time when China's web censorship is in the global spotlight
Attackers target Chinese human rights websites
Tue Jan 26 12:32, 2010 GMT
Social networks implicated in planning Google assault At least three US oil giants were hit by cyberattacks aimed at stealing secrets, in the months before the high-profile Operation Aurora attacks against Google, Adobe et al in December.…
Aurora-style attacks swiped oil find data from energy giants
Tue Jan 26 11:14, 2010 GMT
AVG Technologies, developers of the popular free anti-virus software AVG, have partnered with GlobalCollect to facilitate electronic payments in the ...
GlobalCollect forms partnership with AVG Technologies
Tue Jan 26 13:25, 2010 GMT
Solveras Payment Solutions, a leading provider of electronic payment services for businesses, announced today that Troy Wilkerson has been named the ...
Solveras Payment Solutions names Troy Wilkerson CFO
Tue Jan 26 15:00, 2010 GMT
Reuters China Escalates Diplomatic Row Over Google Censorship , Hacking Incidents ChannelWeb The war of words between China and the West over Internet censorship continues to escalate. A leading Chinese newspaper claimed ... Is Bill Gates China's stooge in the internet censorship row? Telegraph.co.uk (blog) Chinese media scorn US over Google dispute Reuters Gates: Chinese Internet Censorship 'Very Limited' Microsoft Certified Professional BU Today  - The Guardian  - RedOrbit all 419 news articles »
China Escalates Diplomatic Row Over Google Censorship, Hacking Incidents - ChannelWeb Websites blocked just hours before poll results due to be announced Sri Lanka - Websites blocked just hours before poll results due to be announced"> Sri Lanka -
Tue Jan 26 16:23, 2010 GMT
Reporters Without Borders condemns the imposition of additional restrictions on online free expression in Sri Lanka as the country held a presidential election today. Access to the independent news websites Lankaenews, Lankanewsweb, Infolanka and Sri Lanka Guardian have been blocked by the country's main Internet Service Provider. “The authorities blocked access to several independent websites just hours before the results of a very close presidential election were due to be announced,” (...)
Siemens rejects charges over Iran censorship technology - WashingtonTV
Tue Jan 26 17:03, 2010 GMT
Siemens denied on Tuesday that it has acted in an illegal manner after rights groups accused the German industrial group of selling technology to Iran that could be used to monitor the Internet.
Siemens denies giving Iran censorship technology (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Tue Jan 26 17:28, 2010 GMT
Why the 'China virus' hack at US energy companies is worrisome Christian Science Monitor (blog) ... China and the US have been trading strongly worded charges about cyber-spying and Internet censorship . US government agencies and private- security firms ...
Why the 'China virus' hack at US energy companies is worrisome - Christian Science Monitor (blog)
Tue Jan 26 18:23, 2010 GMT
The Daily Mirror joins a growing number of newspapers that block news aggregator NewsNow from trawling their websites.
Newspapers block aggregator site
Tue Jan 26 19:45, 2010 GMT
Three U.S. oil companies were targeted in 2008 in computer attacks in which sensitive information was leaked, including in one case to a computer in China, according to a report. by Elinor Mills CNET News
Report reveals cyberattacks on oil companies
Tue Jan 26 19:49, 2010 GMT
CNN International Did the US Enable Chinese Hackers to Crack Google? Citizen Media Law Project (blog) US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton weighs in, drawing a comparison between Internet censorship and the Iron Curtain. Surprisingly, China doesn't like ... US enables Chinese hacking of Google CNN all 12 news articles »
Did the US Enable Chinese Hackers to Crack Google? - Citizen Media Law Project (blog)
Tue Jan 26 19:00, 2010 GMT
Report unearths targeted attacks on oil firms CNET ... plan to drop its censorship practices in China and threaten to withdraw from the country. Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . ... and more »
Report unearths targeted attacks on oil firms - CNET
Tue Jan 26 22:34, 2010 GMT
ABC Online Maybe Google Won't Quit China After All PC World US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton entered the fray last week when she announced several Department of State initiatives to fight Internet censorship . ... China Escalates Diplomatic Row Over Google Censorship , Hacking Incidents ChannelWeb Why the 'China virus' hack at US energy companies is worrisome Christian Science Monitor (blog) Bill Gates bats for China Alibaba News Channel Telegraph.co.uk (blog)  - Reuters  - Business Times (subscription) all 467 news articles »
Maybe Google Won't Quit China After All - PC World
Tue Jan 26 23:27, 2010 GMT
The U.S. is defending freedom on the internet. Amid allegations of cyberattacks on an American company, Secretary of State Clinton gave a speech encouraging China to respect the free flow of information on the net: Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy The full text can be found here. China reacted angrily, denied [...]
U.S. Defends Internet Freedom (Foreign Policy Blogs)
Wed Jan 27 01:50, 2010 GMT
Straits Times US groups say "alarmed" by China's business tactics Reuters The Obama administration has backed Google's criticism, and Clinton urged China last week to drop Internet censorship and investigate the hacking, ... US groups say "alarmed" by China's purchase rules Reuters all 12 news articles »
US groups say "alarmed" by China's business tactics - Reuters
Wed Jan 27 05:14, 2010 GMT
Brisbane Times Black Websites Protest Internet Censorship Down Under DaniWeb (blog) "The Federal Government wants to pass laws to force internet service providers to block banned material hosted on overseas servers," explained one ... Websites fade to black in censorship protest Sydney Morning Herald Australia turns off the internet V3.co.uk Will Australia join China in censoring the internet ? First Post TG Daily  - ZDNet Australia all 47 news articles »
Black Websites Protest Internet Censorship Down Under - DaniWeb (blog)
Wed Jan 27 05:56, 2010 GMT
Jan. 27 (Bloomberg) -- China’s state-controlled media is playing up remarks by Microsoft Corp. Chairman Bill Gates that the country’s Internet censorship is “very limited” as a way of countering U.S. calls for China to ease controls on the Web.
Gates Internet Comments Played Up in China, Countering Google (Bloomberg)
Wed Jan 27 06:21, 2010 GMT
Reuters China says no curb on Google mobile technology Reuters Google's threat to quit China this month over hacking and US criticism of China's Internet censorship has irritated ties between the two economic giants, ... Maybe Google Won't Quit China After All PC World China Escalates Diplomatic Row Over Google Censorship , Hacking Incidents ChannelWeb Gates Internet Comments Played Up in China, Countering Google BusinessWeek Christian Science Monitor (blog)  - Baylor University The Lariat Online  - Inter Press Service all 508 news articles »
China says no curb on Google mobile technology - Reuters
Wed Jan 27 07:01, 2010 GMT
Wired News Oil companies targeted by hacking attack The Guardian The strikes, which used precision phishing attacks to fool executives into bypassing security procedures, focused on "bid data", the valuable information ... Report unearths targeted attacks on oil firms CNET Report: Hackers Targeted Oil-Location Data Wired News US oil industry hit by cyberattacks: Was China involved? Christian Science Monitor all 35 news articles »
Oil companies targeted by hacking attack - The Guardian
Wed Jan 27 08:02, 2010 GMT
Reuters Gates backs China in Google censorship spat Register Although there's little proof the hack actually came from China – and now reason to doubt the claim – Google's accusations have already won backing from the ... Maybe Google Won't Quit China After All PC World China Escalates Diplomatic Row Over Google Censorship , Hacking Incidents ChannelWeb Gates Internet Comments Played Up in China, Countering Google BusinessWeek Christian Science Monitor (blog)  - Baylor University The Lariat Online  - Reuters all 558 news articles »
Gates backs China in Google censorship spat - Register
Wed Jan 27 08:37, 2010 GMT
How to search for the right hosting to run a hyip Ecommerce Journal Payment can be made via PayPal, Liberty Reserve , MoneyBookers, and AlertPay. Final hosting company you may consider for your hyip website is NVHserver. ...
How to search for the right hosting to run a hyip - Ecommerce Journal
Wed Jan 27 09:27, 2010 GMT
Spin3 Targets Eastern Europe with RocketSpin Launch Gaming Intelligence Group (registration) ... a virtual 'purse' using Premium SMS where the player is billed via the operator or through the use of pre-paid credits online or at a WebMoney terminal. ...
Spin3 Targets Eastern Europe with RocketSpin Launch - Gaming Intelligence Group (registration)
Wed Jan 27 10:30, 2010 GMT
Washington Post China Says No Limits on Google Android Software Mobiledia ... as they comply with Chinese laws, as the government tries to sooth investor confidence in its market despite their dispute over Internet censorship . ... China says no curb on Google mobile technology Reuters China Says No Limits on Use of Google's Android ABC News China Says No Limits On Use Of Google's Android CBS News Top Tech News all 152 news articles »
China Says No Limits on Google Android Software - Mobiledia
Wed Jan 27 10:23, 2010 GMT
Reuters Winner of Google-China feud is - India Asia Times Online The tools are likely the envy of China's busy public and Internet security monitors. Google is no stranger to cooperation with security services in the ... Maybe Google Won't Quit China After All PC World Gates backs China in Google censorship spat Register China Escalates Diplomatic Row Over Google Censorship , Hacking Incidents ChannelWeb BusinessWeek  - Christian Science Monitor (blog)  - Baylor University The Lariat Online all 571 news articles »
Winner of Google-China feud is - India - Asia Times Online
Wed Jan 27 12:09, 2010 GMT
ICO is very definitely watching the watchers A new website that would let internet users monitor CCTV cameras online has hit trouble before launch, with the data protection watchdog suggesting the idea could be illegal.… Case Study: WhatsUp keeps Legoland turnstyles ringing
Amateur CCTV sleuth site probed by privacy watchdog
Wed Jan 27 13:12, 2010 GMT
Three US oil companies were the target of previously undisclosed cyberattacks that may have originated in China, according to a published report
Attacks on oil firms may have come from China
Wed Jan 27 13:19, 2010 GMT
China will gradually move to cut censorship of the Internet, but it will take a long time, the man credited with inventing the World Wide Web said Wednesday.
China to take time to cut Internet censorship: web founder (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Wed Jan 27 14:59, 2010 GMT
Microsoft: Manage Your Online Privacy and Reputation Softpedia Users need to understand that the Internet is public domain, and that content they share about themselves can be accessed by everybody. ... Watch what you post online USA Today all 3 news articles »
Microsoft: Manage Your Online Privacy and Reputation - Softpedia
Wed Jan 27 15:51, 2010 GMT
Google should be commended for its courage in standing up against Big Brother in China after announcing its plan to stop censoring search results on its google.cn platform — a condition imposed on the US Internet giant when it entered the Chinese market in 2006.
EDITORIAL : Challenging censorship in China (Taipei Times)
Thu Jan 1 00:00, 1970 GMT
Three of the world's largest U.S.-based oil and natural gas companies were hoodwinked by an extremely sophisticated malware attack designed to steal key proprietary data related to the whereabouts of new oil reserves.
Cyber Terrorists Target U.S. Oil Industry
Wed Jan 27 16:26, 2010 GMT
THE CONFLICT BETWEEN Google and China brings up the matter of pornography through the Internet in the Philippines. Google, the Internet provider, has threatened to exit China in protest against its censorship rules and alleged hacking.
Censor pornography in Internet (Philippine Daily Inquirer) Blogger Zarganar turns 49 in jail, he still has 34 years to serve Burma - Blogger Zarganar turns 49 in jail, he still has 34 years to serve"> Burma -
Wed Jan 27 16:32, 2010 GMT
Blogger, comedian and human rights activist, Zarganar, marked today his 49th birthday in prison. He is still being held in Myitkyina jail in the north of Burma, where his health is worsening because of jaundice and high blood pressure. Reporters Without Borders calls again for his release so that he can receive treatment. His sister-in-law has made a video about him, which can be seen here: Zarganar was sentenced to 35 years in prison on 16 February 2009 for "disturbing public order". He (...)
Consumers Encouraged to Protect Their Privacy Online - PR Newswire (press release)
Wed Jan 27 18:01, 2010 GMT
Reuters Google.cn attack sparks Internet security debate Tiger Weekly China has become infamous for its massive degree of censorship , and the Internet is no exception. A few weeks ago, Google decided it had had ... China to take time to cut Internet censorship : web founder AFP Report: China won't block Google technology San Jose Business Journal China says no curb on Google mobile technology Reuters PC World  - Register  - Asia Times Online all 814 news articles »
Google.cn attack sparks Internet security debate - Tiger Weekly
Wed Jan 27 18:15, 2010 GMT
China will gradually move to cut censorship of the Internet, but it will take a long time, the man credited with inventing the World Wide Web said.
Davos 2010: Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee says China will take a long time to cut internet censorship (Daily Telegraph)
Wed Jan 27 18:50, 2010 GMT
SAN FRANCISCO — As Google Inc. engages the Chinese government about the company's desire to start delivering uncensored Internet search results there, it's faced with daunting negotiations over what experts say is an onerous, arcane and constantly evolving set of standards for banned information.
Google seeks end to onerous censorship ritual in China (Boulder Weekly)
Wed Jan 27 19:20, 2010 GMT
Future of Privacy Forum Releases Behavioral Notices Study PR Newswire (press release) The Future of Privacy Forum is a Washington, DC based think tank that seeks to advance responsible data practices. The forum is led by Internet privacy ... A Little 'i' to Teach About Online Privacy New York Times Online adverters bring a little blue square to the privacy debate Econsultancy (blog) all 21 news articles »
Future of Privacy Forum Releases Behavioral Notices Study - PR Newswire (press release)
Fri Jan 22 16:13, 2010 GMT
To the casual observer, there was little to distinguish the Java Bean Internet cafe in Wembley, north London, from the hundreds of others dotted around the British capital.
The global one-stop shop for cyber crime (Taipei Times)
Wed Jan 27 20:37, 2010 GMT
Sydney Morning Herald Australia's net censorship plan Stuff.co.nz (blog) The Obama administration has backed Google's criticisms of China's internet censorship , and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has also urged China to drop ... Black Websites Protest Internet Censorship Down Under DaniWeb (blog) Over a Hundred Australian Websites Join " Internet Blackout" to Protest Against ... TopNews New Zealand Websites fade to black in censorship protest Sydney Morning Herald V3.co.uk  - First Post  - TG Daily all 50 news articles »
Australia's net censorship plan - Stuff.co.nz (blog)
Wed Jan 27 21:56, 2010 GMT
Internet censorship is on the rise Hürriyet The cyber walk to Ankara to protest Internet Censorship on Google Maps attracted a lot of attention and made it into The New York Times. ...
Internet censorship is on the rise - Hürriyet
Wed Jan 27 22:38, 2010 GMT
Source: Human Rights Watch (Washington, DC) Senior Microsoft officials appear to be downplaying online censorship by the Chinese authorities, Human Rights Watch said today. Recent public statements by Steve ...
China: Microsoft Should Not Undermine Efforts to Combat Censorship (AlertNet)
Wed Jan 27 03:10, 2010 GMT
A Little 'i' to Teach About Online Privacy New York Times The groups argued that legislation or regulation would move too slowly to reflect technological changes, and would choke Internet revenue. ... and more »
A Little 'i' to Teach About Online Privacy - New York Times
Wed Jan 27 23:05, 2010 GMT
Massachusetts officials believe 15-year-old Phoebe Prince committed suicide after online attacks from classmates.
Officials: Suicidal teen was cyberbullied
Wed Jan 27 23:44, 2010 GMT
The Business Insider Twitter Undermines Chinese and Iranian Censors TorrentBomb News Twitter looks to be taking a new approach to Internet censorship . Rather than thump its chest and make big talk, like Google has done recently with China, ... Twitter works on technology to foil censors Times Online Social media giants survey their growing kingdom CNN all 19 news articles »
Twitter Undermines Chinese and Iranian Censors - TorrentBomb News
Thu Jan 28 05:23, 2010 GMT
All Tom's Guide news of January 26, 2010 Tom's Guide Wistone has also set up three payment systems for the premium version: credit card, PayPal, or WebMoney Transfer. To download the free client, ...
All Tom's Guide news of January 26, 2010 - Tom's Guide
Mon Jan 25 07:28, 2010 GMT
The Hindu China defends its policy of Internet censorship TopNews United States In a retaliatory move against Google, and in defense of China's censorship of Web content, an unnamed spokesperson for China's State Council Information ... China warns US over Web censorship stance CNET China Rebuffs Clinton on Internet Warning New York Times China Ups the Ante in Internet Row With US Wall Street Journal ITProPortal  - BusinessWeek  - eWeek all 6,550 news articles »
China defends its policy of Internet censorship - TopNews United States
Thu Jan 28 06:21, 2010 GMT
Barcelona Reporter Ballmer Defends Microsoft as China Plays up Gates' Comments PC World The message came after Chinese state-run newspapers this week prominently quoted Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates playing down China's Internet censorship . ... Internet censorship is on the rise Hürriyet Microsoft founder Bill Gates, plays down Chinese Internet censorship Barcelona Reporter Is Bill Gates Batting for Team China Against Google? CIO Today TechFlash (blog)  - Reuters AlertNet  - The Skinny all 9 news articles »
Ballmer Defends Microsoft as China Plays up Gates' Comments - PC World
Thu Jan 28 09:38, 2010 GMT
'Bill Gates bats for China,' says state-run newspaper Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer defended the company's presence in China in a message on Wednesday, after Chinese media seized on a statement by Bill Gates about Chinese web censorship being "very limited".
Ballmer & Gates defend China censorship (PC Advisor)
Thu Jan 28 10:39, 2010 GMT
5 nightmares for hyip owner Ecommerce Journal During e-gold time a few years back, the members who were accepting funds from hyip's e-gold blocked accounts may result in a block of their accounts too. ...
5 nightmares for hyip owner - Ecommerce Journal
Thu Jan 28 11:12, 2010 GMT
Reuters Google's 'sister' joins China's internet debate Earthtimes (press release) China's internet police block hundreds of websites that are deemed politically sensitive and try to keep content broadly in line with the ruling Communist ... Is Google a Tool For The U.S. Government? Korea IT Times (press release) Imitation websites emerge in China The Press Association China hardens its tone toward Washington in the Google case News Trends (blog) all 187 news articles »
Google's 'sister' joins China's internet debate - Earthtimes (press release)
Thu Jan 28 05:52, 2010 GMT
The new law shouldn’t become a restrainer for freedom of expression on the web.
OSCE against decree on internet censorship in Belarus
Thu Jan 28 12:03, 2010 GMT
Gets confused about other female bits also The proposed Australian Government clampdown on smut just got a whole lot broader, as news emerged of a ban on small breasts and female ejaculation in adult material.… Offloading malware protection to the cloud
Aussie censor balks at bijou boobs
Thu Jan 28 12:45, 2010 GMT
Dan Worth, V3.co.uk , Thursday 28 January 2010 at 12:32:00 Company refuses to talk to Chinese government Twitter has revealed that it is trying to stop its service being censored or blocked by foreign governments such as those of Iran and China, according to widespread reports. Twitter chief executive Evan Williams said at the World Economic Forum in Davos that the site is working on a number of ...
Twitter vows to circumvent censorship (vnunet.com)
Thu Jan 28 14:00, 2010 GMT
UI The Daily Iowan Google: Internet censorship is a trade barrier The Hill (blog) But some say there will always be tension between freedom of expression and security on the Internet . Rebecca MacKinnon, visiting fellow from Princeton ... The fifth freedom UI The Daily Iowan Globalizing the First Amendment in the 21st Century The National Law Journal We Googlistas want a global debate on information freedom. Why are others so coy? The Guardian all 5 news articles »
Google: Internet censorship is a trade barrier - The Hill (blog)
Thu Jan 28 14:30, 2010 GMT
Critical infrastructure networks are vulnerable to repeated, expensive attacks from adversaries and U.S. and China are seen as top potential aggressors, survey finds.
Report shows cyberattacks rampant; execs concerned Two bloggers face possible death penalty Iran - Two bloggers face possible death penalty"> Iran -
Thu Jan 28 14:12, 2010 GMT
Two netizens and human rights activists, Mehrdad Rahimi and Kouhyar Goudarzi, have been accused of wanting to wage “a war against God,” in a similar manner to the two men who were executed this morning in Tehran on charges of “Mohareb” (being enemies of God). Both contributors to an opposition website, Rahimi and Goudarzi are also facing a possible death penalty. “The authorities have shown they will no longer content themselves with just arresting and convicting in order to put pressure on (...)
Key infrastructure often cyberattack target: survey
Thu Jan 28 15:10, 2010 GMT
Internet Data Privacy Day 2010: How to protect your kids (and yourself) online WalletPop (blog) SafetyClicks, an AOL blog, helps you keep up to date on the ever changing issues of internet security . Yes there is a lot to learn out there and if you want ... Microsoft: Manage Your Online Privacy and Reputation Softpedia Microsoft Finds Indiscreet Sharing Costs Jobs InformationWeek Companies and individuals share responsibility for safeguarding personal ... Canada NewsWire (press release) USA Today  - PC Magazine (blog)  - ResourceShelf (blog) all 12 news articles »
Internet Data Privacy Day 2010: How to protect your kids (and yourself) online - WalletPop (blog)
Thu Jan 28 16:11, 2010 GMT
A code of conduct aimed at preventing compromised computers accessing the internet is being delayed following concerns from the privacy commissioner
Privacy concerns hold up Australia e-security code
Thu Jan 28 16:18, 2010 GMT
A Russian IT security vendor Dr.Web blacklisted Russian social networking website VKontakte.ru as Pornography in the Parents control mode. The company explains the restriction as a move to protect users’ children against porn content. Meantime, the website management team disclaims any liability for indecent content posted by the users in one of the paragraphs of the user agreement. Dr.Web notes that VKontakte.ru banned under the Parents control mode won’t be accessible even if the access is granted under the Social Network category. read more
Russian security firm Dr.Web blocks social network VKontakte.ru
Thu Jan 28 17:14, 2010 GMT
In a statement released Wednesday, Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer reiterated that his company will continue to do business in China, but remains opposed to censorship.
Ballmer Backs Internet Freedom, Chinese Law (PC Magazine)
Thu Jan 28 14:16, 2010 GMT
Cyberbullying: How to Talk to Your Kids ABC News Internet harassment has even been blamed in the suicides of several teens. Internet privacy expert Parry Aftab gives tips on how to talk to your kids. ... Mean Girls: Cyberbullying Blamed for Teen Suicides ABC News all 4 news articles »
Cyberbullying: How to Talk to Your Kids - ABC News
Thu Jan 28 17:55, 2010 GMT
A Wired blogger is accusing Apple of copying the user interface for its iBooks app from the iPhone book-reading app Classics.
Is Apple's iBooks e-reader app a rip-off?
Thu Jan 28 18:11, 2010 GMT
Chief Executive Officer Over the last few weeks, there has been much said about issues of security, privacy, and censorship as it relates to the Internet in China and around the world. I want to rein...
Microsoft & Internet Freedom (MalaysiaNews.net)
Thu Jan 28 18:12, 2010 GMT
Help Haiti: Now you can Donate w/ Paypal or Google Checkout Ecommerce Journal ... reliable instantly tradable streaming rates, fixed spreads * Leverage up to 300:1 * LibertyReserve , CreditCard, Wire, Moneybookers, Neteller and EcoCard ...
Help Haiti: Now you can Donate w/ Paypal or Google Checkout - Ecommerce Journal
Thu Jan 28 19:30, 2010 GMT
Critical infrastructure systems around the world are the targets of repeated cyberattacks, according to a new global survey of technology executives in these industries who believe that some of the attacks are coming from cybercriminals, terrorists and foreign nation states. The U.S. and China are believed to be the most likely countries to conduct a cyberattack [...]
Report: Critical Infrastructures Under Constant Cyberattack Globally
Thu Jan 1 00:00, 1970 GMT
Despite increased awareness and new state and federal legislation, most enterprise IT managers expect to be victimized by a major cyber attack in the next five years.
IT Managers Brace for a Barrage of Cyber Attacks
Thu Jan 28 19:36, 2010 GMT
Reuters Remarks at the International Conference on Afghanistan US Department of State And lastly, what would you say to prominent American business leaders like Bill Gates, who this week said that China's internet censorship is actually ... UK summit unveils new Afghan policy Aljazeera.net all 2,751 news articles »
Remarks at the International Conference on Afghanistan - US Department of State
Thu Jan 28 18:55, 2010 GMT
On Data Privacy Day and well into the Internet era, a look at a decade of failed business models that had hoped to make billions protecting customers' personal information.
It's been 10 years: Why won't people pay for privacy?
Thu Jan 1 00:00, 1970 GMT
Rick Boucher (D-Va.) says he's about to take a bill to the House that would give Internet users greater control over how much information they share with marketers, advertisers.
New Consumer Privacy Bill In the Works
Thu Jan 28 21:17, 2010 GMT
InternetNZ (Internet New Zealand Inc) has released a position paper rejecting centralised internet filtering as an acceptable approach for New Zealand.
InternetNZ rejects internet filtering (CIO)
Thu Jan 28 21:22, 2010 GMT
For those of you who read my article last week or who follow the complicated relationship between Google and China, you are probably somewhat familiar with the Chinese government's policy of censorship and spying. However, I'm willing to guess that few of you know much about the internet spying that goes on in western democracies.
All your data are belong to us (Concordiensis)
Thu Jan 28 21:30, 2010 GMT
The Hindu Expert sees security issues with the iPad CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... Apple's iPad Has Pitfalls for Enterprise PC World Tech Broiler ZDNet (blog) What Apple's iPad Means for Your Wallet Wall Street Journal Forbes (blog)  - Benzinga  - CNN (blog) all 7,496 news articles »
Expert sees security issues with the iPad - CNET
Fri Jan 29 01:21, 2010 GMT
The L Magazine Data Privacy Day focuses on online reputation Software Industry Professionals According to Julie Inman-Grant, director of Internet privacy and safety at Microsoft, such high-profile troubles underscore a growing disconnect between ... Internet Data Privacy Day 2010: How to protect your kids (and yourself) online WalletPop (blog) Microsoft: Manage Your Online Privacy and Reputation Softpedia Privacy , Facebook and the Future of the Internet ReadWriteWeb (blog) PC Magazine  - The L Magazine  - R & D Magazine all 21 news articles »
Data Privacy Day focuses on online reputation - Software Industry Professionals
Thu Jan 28 20:31, 2010 GMT
Internet Censorship Layalina Productions Marc Lynch, however, takes a more analytical approach to the anti- censorship strategy. "There didn't seem to be much there by way of actual policy ...
Internet Censorship - Layalina Productions
Fri Jan 29 05:15, 2010 GMT
Wired News Cyber spies and thugs attacking power-water plants AFP A third of the respondents saw the threat as growing, while two fifths said they expect a major Internet security incident in their sector within a year. ... Critical Infrastructure under Siege from Cyber Attacks PC World Utilities, Refineries and Banks Are Victims of Cyber Attacks, Report Says Wall Street Journal SCADA system, critical infrastructure security lacking, survey finds SearchSecurity.com GCN.com  - CNET  - KCBS all 287 news articles »
Cyber spies and thugs attacking power-water plants - AFP
Fri Jan 29 07:16, 2010 GMT
China’s system of Internet censorship and surveillance, popularly known as the “Great Firewall,” is the most advanced in the world.
Donate now » (Human Rights Watch)
Fri Jan 29 08:11, 2010 GMT
Google, IP Struggles Fuel US Business Concerns in China PC World State-run newspapers have defended China's Internet censorship and accused Google of being used by the US government in efforts to control the Internet ... and more »
Google, IP Struggles Fuel US Business Concerns in China - PC World
Fri Jan 29 02:45, 2010 GMT
Shaun Nichols in San Francisco, V3.co.uk , Friday 29 January 2010 at 02:28:00 Microsoft chief defends company's position Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer has issued a statement defending his company's business practices in China. Ballmer claimed in a blog post that the company is working to promote online freedom, but will comply with local laws. "Microsoft is committed to protecting and ...
Steve Ballmer enters China censorship debate (vnunet.com)
Fri Jan 29 10:56, 2010 GMT
Cyber conmen are launching attacks that trade on surging interest in Apple's iPad tablet computer.
Scammers exploit Apple iPad fever
Fri Jan 29 10:00, 2010 GMT
Sydney Morning Herald Information Curtain New York Times (blog) It was the first speech in which a top administration official offered a vision for making Internet freedom an integral part of foreign policy. ... Ballmer Defends Microsoft as China Plays up Gates' Comments PC World “Information Imperialism” and “New Berlin Wall” China Daily Internet censorship is on the rise Hürriyet China Economic Review  - Northwest Asian Weekly  - Earthtimes (press release) all 210 news articles »
Information Curtain - New York Times (blog)
Fri Jan 29 12:35, 2010 GMT
According to a survey by security software firm McAfee every second largest infrastructure supplier has been hit by a cyberattack. While many attacks on business users prove successful security experts note that very few of the companies hit by hackers make the information public for fear of spoilt reputation. In the research for the McAfee the Center of Strategic and International Studies polled about the Center of Strategic and International Studies read more
Hacker attacks hit large companies more than it is actually reported
Fri Jan 29 04:45, 2010 GMT
BBC News Attackers exploit fanfare surrounding iPad launch Malaysia Star Naturally, it also advises users to keep their operating system current with the latest updates and employ a comprehensive Internet security suite. Scammers Hop on iPad Bandwagon PC World Scammers exploit Apple iPad fever BBC News Security firms warn of iPad scams V3.co.uk ChannelWeb  - Lakestar Media (blog) all 17 news articles »
Attackers exploit fanfare surrounding iPad launch - Malaysia Star
Fri Jan 29 17:29, 2010 GMT
TG Daily Europe to Begin Digital Privacy Overhaul eSecurity Planet Reding's announcement comes at a time of heightened awareness over Internet privacy matters among officials and lawmakers in several countries, ... New EU Privacy Laws Could Hit Facebook BusinessWeek In Networks We Trust? Sure, But Privacy Is Another Matter ReadWriteWeb (blog) Identity Theft 911 Offers Tips for National Data Privacy Day PR Newswire (press release) ITProPortal  - TG Daily  - eTaiwan News all 75 news articles »
Europe to Begin Digital Privacy Overhaul - eSecurity Planet
Fri Jan 29 18:02, 2010 GMT
Jan. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Google Inc. Chief Executive Officer Eric Schmidt said his company opposes censorship in China and aims to apply pressure to improve the situation for the country’s people.
Schmidt Says Google Aims to Put Pressure on China (Update2) (Bloomberg)
Fri Jan 29 19:03, 2010 GMT
By saying it no longer wants to offer censored search results in China, Google hopes it could change the way the Chinese government enforces censorship laws, according to its CEO.
Google still thinks it can change China
Fri Jan 29 20:07, 2010 GMT
DAVOS, Switzerland (AFP) - Twitter's co-founder and the head of Google on Friday addressed concerns about Internet censorship in China, speaking at the World Economic Forum meeting in Davos, Switzerland.
Twitter, Google address China concerns (AFP via Yahoo! Canada News)
Fri Jan 29 20:54, 2010 GMT
China and Russia need to promote Internet security before their own companies become victims of cyberspace attacks, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said today, in the wake of accusations by Google Inc. that e-mail accounts on its site were broken into in China.
Clinton Says China, Russia May Be Next Victims of Cyberhacking (BusinessWeek)
Fri Jan 29 20:52, 2010 GMT
Tool Will Reveal Browser's Digital Fingerprint IT Business Edge (blog) By date: One last thing on Internet privacy for this Friday afternoon: InfoWorld reports the Electronic Frontier Foundation has unveiled a new tool designed ... and more »
Tool Will Reveal Browser's Digital Fingerprint - IT Business Edge (blog)
Fri Jan 29 22:11, 2010 GMT
Jan. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Google Inc. ’s opposition to censorship in China was the one topic left off the table in Davos -- at China’s request. “China didn’t want to discuss Google,” Josef Ackermann , chief executive officer of Deutsche Bank AG and co-chairman of this year’s World Economic Forum, said in an interview.
China Bosses Davos as Nobody Discusses What Happened to Google (Bloomberg)
Fri Jan 29 21:30, 2010 GMT
Bank of America Web site goes down Friday CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... and more »
Bank of America Web site goes down Friday - CNET
Fri Jan 29 22:29, 2010 GMT
Twitter's co-founder and the head of Google have addressed concerns about internet censorship in China.
Google addresses China concerns (BigPond News)
Fri Jan 29 22:28, 2010 GMT
Amnesty International USA Commends Google's Stand Against Internet Censorship Common Dreams (press release) WASHINGTON - January 29 - Amnesty International USA's (AIUSA) Board of Directors commended Google, Inc., for its decision to openly oppose censorship and ...
Amnesty International USA Commends Google's Stand Against Internet Censorship - Common Dreams (press release)
Fri Jan 29 22:56, 2010 GMT
World Wide Web Google Will Continue To Oppose China Censorship CIO Today Clinton pointed to several countries, including China, Tunisia, Uzbekistan and Vietnam, that have increased Internet censorship . "The Internet has already ...
World Wide Web Google Will Continue To Oppose China Censorship - CIO Today
Fri Jan 29 22:29, 2010 GMT
Jan. 29 (Bloomberg) -- China and Russia need to promote Internet security before their own companies become victims of cyberspace attacks, U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said today, in the wake of accusations by Google Inc . that e-mail accounts on its site were broken into in China.
Clinton Warns China, Russia May Be Next Cybervictims (Update1) (Bloomberg)
Fri Jan 29 23:33, 2010 GMT
A cybersecurity expert who has advised Google on censorship talks about how the result of the standoff between Google and China could potentially change the structure of the Internet.
Newsweek: How Google vs. China may change the Web (MSNBC)
Fri Jan 29 22:49, 2010 GMT
After weeks of back-and-forth negotiations between Internet search giant Google and the Chinese government, Google says it will continue to oppose China's efforts to censor information on the Internet. For the past several years, Google has censored results on its Google.cn search engine as requested by the Chinese government. But recently, Google decided to pull the plug.
Google Will Continue To Oppose China Censorship (NewsFactor via Yahoo! News)
Sat Jan 30 00:24, 2010 GMT
Google has begun phasing out support for Internet Explorer 6, identified as the weak link in a cyber attack on the firm.
Google phases out support for IE6
Sat Jan 30 00:39, 2010 GMT
Two global powers, one the largest internet company and the other the most populous nation, are currently in a heated negotiation-war. Google Inc. announced Jan. 12 that it is considering withdrawing from China, which, with nearly 400 million internet users, is by far the largest internet market in the world.
Google,China and censorship (The Lawrentian)
Sat Jan 30 02:19, 2010 GMT
The Chinese government has warned that a planned sale of advanced US weaponry to Taiwan threatens to strain a relationship already troubled by disputes about internet censorship.
China warns US over planned $6.3bn arms sale to Taiwan (Guardian Unlimited)
Sat Jan 30 02:41, 2010 GMT
The Hindu Hillary Clinton warns China to stay the course on Iran nuclear sanctions Los Angeles Times After Clinton called China to account for Internet censorship this month, the Chinese Foreign Ministry complained that her speech had harmed US-Chinese ... Hillary Clinton urges Nato to tackle cyber terrorism Telegraph.co.uk Hillary Clinton courts China's support for sanctions against Iran Times Online Who Can Hold Iran Accountable? Two-Thirds of the World Huffington Post (blog) New York Times  - Americans for Peace Now all 1,133 news articles »
Hillary Clinton warns China to stay the course on Iran nuclear sanctions - Los Angeles Times
Sat Jan 30 02:57, 2010 GMT
Chinese officials defend nation's policies after Schmidt remarks
Google to press China on Internet censorship (San Jose Mercury News)
Sat Jan 30 06:40, 2010 GMT
For years, Google's informal motto was "Don't be evil" -- but when it comes to Chinese censorship, the search giant is keen to take that credo even further. Chief Executive Eric Schmidt is applying pressure to China to improve free access to the Internet, he said yesterday at...
Google's Schmidt wants China to make nice (New York Post)
Sat Jan 30 06:29, 2010 GMT
BEIRUT: Journalists and authors from across the Arab world convened in Beirut on Friday for a European Union-funded media censorship conference.
Arab journalists convene in Beirut to discuss censorship (Zawya)
Sat Jan 30 00:30, 2010 GMT
New York Times (blog) Internet attack defense: License and registration please... ZDNet (blog) Internet security costs money to prepare against. It consumes valuable resources in a corporate and individual user world, which offer no return on ... Google Will Continue To Oppose China Censorship Sci-Tech Today Amnesty International USA Commends Google's Stand Against Internet Censorship Common Dreams (press release) Schmidt Says Google Aims to Put Pressure on China BusinessWeek New York Times (blog)  - AFP  - International Business Times all 393 news articles »
Internet attack defense: License and registration please... - ZDNet (blog)
Sat Jan 30 10:46, 2010 GMT
The Hindu US sells weapons to Taiwan, angering China Washington Post Locke referred to a threat by Google to end its operations in China over Internet censorship . Google has also alleged that hackers from China broke into ... Pentagon proposes Taiwanese arms sale Wikinews China warns US over planned $6.3bn arms sale to Taiwan The Guardian China warns US over proposed arms sales to Taiwan B92 AFP  - Telegraph.co.uk  - RIA Novosti all 903 news articles »
US sells weapons to Taiwan, angering China - Washington Post
Sat Jan 30 07:47, 2010 GMT
Imitation search engine and video site emerge amid standoff between China and real Google over censorship Imitation websites of both Google and YouTube have emerged in China as the country faces off against the real Google over its local operations. YouTubecn.com offers videos from the real YouTube, which is owned by Google and blocked in China. The Google imitation is called Goojje and includes ...
Imitation Google launches in China (Guardian Unlimited)
Sat Jan 30 12:51, 2010 GMT
BBC News China retaliates over US arms sales to Taiwan The Guardian She likened Chinese online censorship to the rise of communist Europe, warning that an "information curtain" threatened to descend on the world unless ... US sells weapons to Taiwan, angering China Washington Post Pentagon proposes Taiwanese arms sale Wikinews China warns US over proposed arms sales to Taiwan B92 AFP  - Telegraph.co.uk  - RIA Novosti all 1,100 news articles »
China retaliates over US arms sales to Taiwan - The Guardian
Sat Jan 30 13:42, 2010 GMT
Interview With Indira Lakshmanan of Bloomberg Radio Hillary Rodham Clinton Secretary of State Paris, France January 29, 2010 QUESTION: Secretary Clinton, thank you so much for taking the time to speak with us. Last week, you gave a major speech on internet freedom and security and you called on American technology companies to take a stand by refusing to participate in the censorship of ...
Press Releases: Interview With Indira Lakshmanan of Bloomberg Radio (U.S. Department of State)
Sat Jan 30 16:33, 2010 GMT
BBC News Davos 2010: Cyber threats escalate with state attacks BBC News That refers to people using the most popular systems, who were not updating their computers and failed to take basic internet security precautions. ... and more »
Davos 2010: Cyber threats escalate with state attacks - BBC News
Sat Jan 30 18:41, 2010 GMT
Driver's licenses for the Internet TIME (blog) I just went to a panel discussion about Internet security and let me tell you, it was scar-y. Between individual fraud, organized crime, corporate espionage ... and more »
Driver's licenses for the Internet - TIME (blog)
Sat Jan 30 19:09, 2010 GMT
Why We Might Need Driver's Licenses for the Internet TIME (blog) I just went to a panel discussion about Internet security and let me tell you, it was scar-y. Between individual fraud, organized crime, corporate espionage ... and more »
Why We Might Need Driver's Licenses for the Internet - TIME (blog)
Sat Jan 30 19:57, 2010 GMT
Indira Lakshmanan of Bloomberg Radio Interviews Hillary Rodham Clinton NewsBlaze I was wondering if he had heard your speech, because he said that China's internet censorship was actually very limited. And you and the US Government have ... INTERVIEW WITH SECRETARY OF STATE HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON (AS RELEASED BY THE ... Federal News Service (subscription) all 2 news articles »
Indira Lakshmanan of Bloomberg Radio Interviews Hillary Rodham Clinton - NewsBlaze
Sat Jan 30 20:47, 2010 GMT
The clock may be ticking for Google to take action on China, or risk its reputation for taking a stand.
Google Expected to Act Fast on China Censorship (PC World)
Sun Jan 31 09:51, 2010 GMT
Google digs heels in over censorship V3.co.uk The standoff between Google and China grew even more pronounced last week after chief executive Eric Schmidt restated the web giant's opposition to internet ... and more »
Google digs heels in over censorship - V3.co.uk
Thu Jan 28 23:54, 2010 GMT
Typeboard In Networks We Trust? Sure, But Privacy Is Another Matter ReadWriteWeb (blog) Is it even possible to build a privacy -enabled application on top of the 2010 Internet ? Internet Protocol (IP) itself has been proven to be hackable in many ... EU justice chief to review terror-data deal eTaiwan News Barton, Stearns, Doyle featured on Facebook The Hill (blog) 6727 Bigmouthmedia News ITProPortal  - HEXUS  - Canada NewsWire (press release) all 91 news articles »
In Networks We Trust? Sure, But Privacy Is Another Matter - ReadWriteWeb (blog)
Sun Jan 31 22:36, 2010 GMT
QUESTION: Secretary Clinton, thank you so much for taking the time to speak with us. Last week, you gave a major speech on internet freedom and security and you called on American technology companies to take a stand by refusing to participate in the censorship of cyberspace.
Clinton: Interview With Bloomberg Radio (Scoop.co.nz)
Sun Jan 31 22:29, 2010 GMT
Reuters US Starts to Push Back Against China in Growing Rift New York Times China's government is embroiled in a fight with Google over that company's complaints about Internet censorship and hacking attacks it says originated in ... China threatens sanctions over arms sale to Taiwan Los Angeles Times Taiwan deal may sour China's ties with US National China retaliates over US arms sales to Taiwan The Guardian Radio Australia  - RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty  - BBC News all 1,903 news articles »
US Starts to Push Back Against China in Growing Rift - New York Times
Mon Feb 1 02:21, 2010 GMT
"Media must cease reporting on the discovery of a body at a psychiatric hospital in Dongguan."
Press group slams Chinese censorship (CNN)
Mon Feb 1 02:19, 2010 GMT
Following revelations that cell phones running on Android replace rude words with hash marks, it appears that works such as "Lolita" and "Best Little Whorehouse in Texas" are also censored.
Google censors 'Lolita,' but not 'bestiality'
Thu Jan 28 15:58, 2010 GMT
PC Magazine (blog) Cyber attacks widespread, says report The Guardian "In most developed countries, critical infrastructure is connected to the internet and can lack proper security functions, leaving these installations ... Power Plants, Other Infrastructure Face Hackers Clean Skies News Report Finds Cyber Attacks Common, Threaten Key Systems KCBS Survey: Execs Have Growing Fear of Cyber Attacks IT Business Edge (blog) The Klaxon  - Daily Reporter (blog) all 361 news articles »
Cyber attacks widespread, says report - The Guardian
Mon Feb 1 03:38, 2010 GMT
China intensified its clampdown on local and foreign media last year with reporters facing violence, censorship and arbitrary detention, according to a report by an international press watchdog.
China intensifies clampdown on media: watchdog (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Mon Feb 1 04:19, 2010 GMT
China intensified its clampdown on local and foreign media last year with reporters facing violence, censorship and arbitrary detention, a press watchdog says.
China toughens media clampdown: watchdog (Brisbane Times)
Mon Feb 1 05:22, 2010 GMT
China intensified its clampdown on local and foreign media last year with reporters facing violence, censorship and arbitrary detention, a press watchdog says.
China toughens media clampdown (Sky News Australia)
Mon Feb 1 05:52, 2010 GMT
China intensified its media clampdown last year, reporters facing violence, censorship and detention.
China tightens media control (BigPond News)
Mon Feb 1 05:59, 2010 GMT
Clinton, Google and the cyber cold war on China Workers World As for Internet freedom and censorship , no mention was made of the FBI's arrest of G-20 protesters last September in Pittsburgh for using Twitter to ... Can we stop the global cyber arms race? Washington Post all 6 news articles »
Clinton, Google and the cyber cold war on China - Workers World
Mon Feb 1 06:03, 2010 GMT
China intensified its media clampdown last year, reporters facing violence, censorship and detention.
China toughens media clampdown (BigPond News)
Thu Jan 28 21:39, 2010 GMT
PC Magazine (blog) Critical Infrastructure under Siege from Cyber Attacks PC World Joris Evers, a security specialist with McAfee, responded to me via e-mail to explain that "the majority of respondents believe that there is a government ... Key infrastructure often cyberattack target: survey Reuters SCADA system, critical infrastructure security lacking, survey finds SearchSecurity.com Power Plants, Other Infrastructure Face Hackers ABC News Clean Skies News  - RedOrbit all 361 news articles »
Critical Infrastructure under Siege from Cyber Attacks - PC World
Mon Feb 1 07:04, 2010 GMT
France24 Report: China increases media controls in 2009 Washington Post All domestic media, including Internet -based outlets, were ordered to write positively about the book "Unhappy China," a nationalist anthem that bashed ... Press group slams Chinese censorship CNN International China ups media clampdown Straits Times all 123 news articles »
Report: China increases media controls in 2009 - Washington Post
Mon Feb 1 07:20, 2010 GMT
China has intensified its clampdown on local and foreign media with reporters facing violence, censorship and arbitrary detention, a report says.
China gets tougher on media (News 24 South Africa)
Mon Feb 1 07:30, 2010 GMT
Australia: Mandatory Internet Censorship in Australia? Addisons FocusPapers The proposed amendments to the Broadcasting Services Act ("the Act"), which are expected to be introduced into Parliament in the Autumn 2010 session (February – March), will make it mandatory for all Internet Service Providers ("ISPs") to block Refused Classification ("RC") material hosted on overseas servers.
IT & Telecoms (Mondaq)
Mon Feb 1 09:47, 2010 GMT
China intensified its clampdown on local and foreign media last year with reporters facing violence, censorship and arbitrary detention, according to a report by an international press watchdog.
China clampdown on media (Sky News Australia)
Mon Feb 1 09:48, 2010 GMT
SAN FRANCISCO -- As Google Inc. engages the Chinese government about the company's desire to start delivering uncensored Internet search results there, it's faced with daunting negotiations over what experts say is an onerous, arcane and constantly evolving set of standards for banned information.
Google seeks end to Net censorship (The Columbus Dispatch)
Mon Feb 1 10:55, 2010 GMT
Sinister Street View censorship shenanigans Those readers who live close to Loch Ness are invited to keep an eye out for circling black Google helicopters, since the Great Satan of Mountain View has inexplicably decided that this recent loch-side sighting of Top Gear's The Stig...… What is your recession sales strategy?
The Loch Ness Stig gets pixellated
Mon Feb 1 10:30, 2010 GMT
Google's standoff in China grew even more pronounced last week after chief executive Eric Schmidt restated the web giant's opposition to internet censorship, according to a Bloomberg report.
Google digs heels in over censorship in China (V3.co.uk via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)
Mon Feb 1 08:00, 2010 GMT
The popular sketch show presented a parody of Lukashenka taking part in the game Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
Show Bolshaya Raznitsa censored in Belarus (Video)
Mon Feb 1 13:31, 2010 GMT
SOUTH Australia has become one of the few states in the world to censor the internet.
Labor gags internet debate (Adelaide Now)
Mon Feb 1 14:46, 2010 GMT
ProPay, an industry leader in end-to-end data security encryption, credit card processing, and electronic payment services, announced its support of the expansion of eBay Buyer Protection to all approved electronic safe payment methods. ProPay applauds eBay’s extension of its Buyer Protection program. eBay Buyer Protection adds an unprecedented level of customer support and trust to the world’s largest online marketplace. read more
ProPay will support eBay Buyer Protection extension Dissident journalist arrested in Holguín as freedom to inform is stalled Cuba - Dissident journalist arrested in Holguín as freedom to inform is stalled"> Cuba -
Mon Feb 1 15:32, 2010 GMT
Cuba's National Revolutionary Police (PNR) arrested Juan Carlos Reyes Ocaña, journalist on the small news agency Holguín Press on 29 January then took him to a police barracks to face charges of “insult”, “disobedience” and “illegal economic activity”. He was released the following day, but has started a hunger strike as he awaits his trial which could mean a prison sentence. The regime continues to harass bloggers, deal out unfair detentions and ill-treat prisoners of opinion as it refuses to (...)
In their words: Experts weigh in on Mac vs. PC security - CNET
Mon Feb 1 18:51, 2010 GMT
...We are urging U.S. media companies to take a proactive role in challenging foreign governments' demands for censorship and surveillance. The private sector has a shared responsibility to help safeguard free expression.
Seven "Corporations of Interest" in Selling Surveillance Tools to China (Electronic Frontier Foundations)
Mon Feb 1 18:29, 2010 GMT
China Post Many Wired Chinese Unfazed at Possible Google Exit ABC News While the company is drawing kudos in the US and elsewhere for battling China's Internet censorship , the cause isn't generating much popular support among ... Clinton, Google and the cyber cold war on China Workers World Google digs heels in over censorship V3.co.uk What wasn't on the agenda in Davos Foreign Policy (blog) Varsity  - New York Times  - Washington Post all 92 news articles »
Many Wired Chinese Unfazed at Possible Google Exit - ABC News
Mon Feb 1 19:36, 2010 GMT
The Tech Herald "Alarming" rise in cyberattacks at social networks: Sophos Sydney Morning Herald Facebook last month announced an alliance with Internet security specialty firm McAfee to get members of the world's leading online social network to better ... Virus threat to social networking sites Channel 4 News Attacks on social networking sites up 70% Financial Times Report: Bad guys go social; Facebook tops security risk list ZDNet (blog) USA Today  - Mashable (blog)  - The Tech Herald all 59 news articles »
"Alarming" rise in cyberattacks at social networks: Sophos - Sydney Morning Herald
Mon Feb 1 19:40, 2010 GMT
Rumors spread, murmurs become official notes and newspapers report - several weeks later - what the whole country already knows. We have gone from...
Yoani Sanchez: Technology Versus Censorship, Technology Wins (The Huffington Post)
Mon Feb 1 23:27, 2010 GMT
A world without Google? They can imagine it just fine in China. After all, it's not like losing "World of Warcraft." The online giant's threat to pull out of China over censorship has drawn little reaction among the country's 384 million Internet users.
Many wired Chinese unfazed at possible Google exit (AP via Yahoo! Finance)
Tue Feb 2 00:24, 2010 GMT
PhysOrg.com 'Alarming' rise in cyber attacks Economic Times Facebook last month announced an alliance with Internet security specialty firm McAfee to get members of the world's leading online social network to better ... Virus threat to social networking sites Channel 4 News Attacks on social networking sites up 70% Financial Times Report: Bad guys go social; Facebook tops security risk list ZDNet (blog) PC World  - TMCnet all 88 news articles »
'Alarming' rise in cyber attacks - Economic Times
Mon Feb 1 23:06, 2010 GMT
Globe and Mail It's time for China to pull hackers' plugs Marketplace (blog) The latest back-and-forth over those relations comes on the heels of angry words over Internet censorship , and Google's threat to pull out of the Middle ... Many Wired Chinese Unfazed at Possible Google Exit ABC News China Is Number Two Global Search Market Behind US; Baidu Trails Google and Yahoo DigitalEastAsia.com (blog) Many wired Chinese unfazed at possible Google exit Forbes all 236 news articles »
It's time for China to pull hackers' plugs - Marketplace (blog)
Tue Feb 2 00:21, 2010 GMT
South Australia's Attorney-General has defended tougher laws on political comment made on the internet.
SA Govt defends internet 'censorship' (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Tue Feb 2 01:26, 2010 GMT
SA's Attorney-General has defended tough internet laws during election campaign.
Tough censorship laws fo SA (BigPond News)
Tue Feb 2 02:00, 2010 GMT
South Australia has become the first Australian state to implement internet censorship, targeting political speech that may be negative towards the Government. As on January 6, 2010, it has become illegal in South Australia to post political comment online in that State regarding the coming State Election unless that person provides their full name and postcode. Local [...]
South Australia Implements Internet Censorship On Political Speech (The Inquisitr)
Tue Feb 2 02:42, 2010 GMT
SOUTH Australia has become one of the few states in the world to censor the internet.
Government gags internet debate (Perth Now)
Tue Feb 2 03:43, 2010 GMT
ABC Online Internet censorship extending to Australia International Business Times Australia After the big hoo ha over the China government's internet censorship regulations, something similar seems to be stirring in Australia. ... SA Govt defends internet ' censorship ' ABC Online South Australia Implements Internet Censorship On Political Speech The Inquisitr Government gags internet debate NEWS.com.au BigPond News  - The Border Watch all 23 news articles »
Internet censorship extending to Australia - International Business Times Australia
Tue Feb 2 04:42, 2010 GMT
Thanks to Mark for pointing us towards this Enough Rope interview with former Democrats leader Don Chipp from 2006. As you can see below, this current attempt by the government to censor the internet isn’t exactly a new concept: (more…)
All This Censorship Has Happened Before, And It Will All Happen Again (Gizmodo Australia)
Tue Feb 2 05:43, 2010 GMT
Google has launched a map search service in China for travellers taking trips during the Lunar New Year holiday season, despite a row over cyberattacks and censorship.
Google launches Chinese holiday travel map amid row (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Tue Feb 2 05:38, 2010 GMT
China Post Don't Be Evil Harvard Crimson ... of internet censorship . On Jan. 12, Google reported evidence of efforts to hack into the accounts of many users associated with human rights groups. ... Clinton, Google and the cyber cold war on China Workers World Google digs heels in over censorship V3.co.uk What wasn't on the agenda in Davos Foreign Policy (blog) Varsity  - ABC Online  - Boston Globe all 67 news articles »
Don't Be Evil - Harvard Crimson
Tue Feb 2 09:03, 2010 GMT
SOUTH Australian laws censoring anonymous political comment on the internet have sparked national and international outrage.
Outrage over SA internet gag (Herald Sun)
Tue Feb 2 09:30, 2010 GMT
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is pressing seven major technology companies to stop working on China's web monitoring and censorship systems.
Activists call out Great Firewall tech partners (V3.co.uk via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)
Tue Feb 2 10:10, 2010 GMT
Feb. 2 (Bloomberg) -- China said a meeting between the Dalai Lama and President Barack Obama would set back ties with the U.S. that have soured in recent weeks over censorship of Google Inc., climate change and arms sales to Taiwan.
China Warns Obama on Meeting With Dalai Lama as U.S. Ties Sour (Bloomberg via Yahoo! News)
Tue Feb 2 11:07, 2010 GMT
Earthtimes (press release) Controversial decree on Internet censorship signed (text of the document, updated) Charter 97 The draft decree met unambiguous estimation – the document is prepared to block uncomfortable for authorities pro-opposition Internet resources in Belarus. ... Belarus to further tighten internet control Deutsche Welle all 25 news articles »
Controversial decree on Internet censorship signed (text of the document, updated) - Charter 97
Tue Feb 2 11:22, 2010 GMT
Around two thirds of Internet users are putting themselves at risk of fraud by using their online banking credentials on other sites, according to ...
Most people reuse banking passwords on other sites - Trusteer
Tue Feb 2 12:38, 2010 GMT
No one's looking at you, alright? Regulators are mulling assurances from Virgin Media that its planned trial system to monitor the level of illegal filesharing on its network will not harm customers' privacy.… The power of collaboration within unified communications
Virgin Media battles privacy campaigners on P2P monitoring
Tue Feb 2 13:23, 2010 GMT
TBILISI, Feb 2, 2010 (AFP) - Georgian President Mikheil Saakashvili Tuesday accused a France-based satellite operator of setting a "dangerous precedent of international political censorship" by taking a Georgian channel off the air.
GEORGIA PRESIDENT DENOUNCES SATELLITE 'CENSORSHIP' (The Tocqueville Connection)
Tue Feb 2 14:26, 2010 GMT
Feb. 2 (Bloomberg) -- China said a meeting between the Dalai Lama and President Barack Obama would set back ties with the U.S. that have soured in recent weeks over censorship of Google Inc.
China Warns Obama on Dalai Lama as U.S. Ties Sour (Update1) (Bloomberg)
Tue Feb 2 14:29, 2010 GMT
Spin3 implements mobile billing solution for eastern Europe InterGame Alternatively, integration with WebMoney allows players to buy pre-paid credits online or at a WebMoney terminal. Speaking to iNTERGAMINGi about the launch ...
Spin3 implements mobile billing solution for eastern Europe - InterGame
Tue Feb 2 16:07, 2010 GMT
Google has launched a map search service in China for travelers taking trips during the Lunar New Year holiday season, despite a row over cyber attacks and censorship.
Google launches holiday travel map (Taipei Times)
Tue Feb 2 16:41, 2010 GMT
A top Democratic senator said on Tuesday he has asked 30 U.S. companies, including Apple, Facebook and Skype, for information on their human rights practices in China in the aftermath of Google's decision to no longer cooperate with Chinese Internet censorship efforts.
Senator presses tech firms on practices in China (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
Tue Feb 2 12:02, 2010 GMT
CNET Mozilla weighs privacy warnings for Web pages CNET Cranor should know: At AT&T, she once created an Internet Explorer plug-in called Privacy Bird--it looks like the offspring of a duck and a parrot--that ... and more »
Mozilla weighs privacy warnings for Web pages - CNET
Tue Feb 2 16:40, 2010 GMT
WASHINGTON, Feb 2 (Reuters) - A top Democratic senator said on Tuesday he has asked 30 U.S. companies, including Apple , Facebook and Skype, for information on their human rights practices in China in the aftermath of Google's decision to no longer cooperate with Chinese Internet censorship efforts.
US senator presses tech firms on practices in China (Reuters via Yahoo! Asia News)
Tue Feb 2 17:46, 2010 GMT
Web User Most web bank clients use same passwords elsewhere Reuters Some 73 percent of Internet bank clients share online banking password with non-financial sites, and 47 percent re-use both, their online banking user name ... Internet users too dim to protect themselves TG Daily Customers risk online banking fraud by reusing bank credentials SearchSecurity.com Trusteer Finds that Two Thirds of Internet Users Reuse their Online Banking ... Business Wire (press release) all 17 news articles »
Most web bank clients use same passwords elsewhere - Reuters
Tue Feb 2 17:56, 2010 GMT
Dick Durbin, a United States Senator from the state of Illinois and Assistant Senate Majority Leader, has asked a group of 30 U.S. companies, including Apple, for more information on their business practices in China. Reuters reports that the request was spurred by Google’s decision to cease cooperation with Chinese Internet censorship programs. “Google sets a strong example in standing up to ...
News: U.S. Senator probes Apple, others about practices in China (iLounge)
Tue Feb 2 18:01, 2010 GMT
A US senator on Tuesday asked 30 leading companies, including Amazon, Apple, Facebook, IBM, Nokia and Twitter, for information about their human rights practices in China after Google's threat to leave the country over cyberattacks and Web censorship.
US senator asks companies about China rights practices (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Tue Feb 2 18:24, 2010 GMT
The state of South Australia has a new election law that went into effect January 6, and its effect was shocking: anonymous political speech on the Internet was simply destroyed. The law required anyone posting a political comment online during an election period to supply their real name and address or face a fine of up to AUS$1,250. The measure was grossly discriminatory—it applied only to ...
Internet uprising overturns Australian censorship law (Ars Technica)
Tue Feb 2 18:47, 2010 GMT
The Tech Herald Twitter resets passwords after phishing attack CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... Twitter Phishing Attack Makes Users Change Passwords eWEEK Europe UK all 23 news articles »
Twitter resets passwords after phishing attack - CNET
Tue Feb 2 18:53, 2010 GMT
An Australian state has become one of the few places in the world to censor the Internet, the Adelaide Advertiser reported on Tuesday.
Australian State to Censor Internet (Fox News)
Tue Feb 2 19:36, 2010 GMT
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Recent cyber attacks on Google were a "wake-up call" and neither the U.S. government nor the private sector can fully protect the American cyber infrastructure, Dennis Blair, director of national intelligence, said on Tuesday.
Intelligence chief: attacks on Google "wake-up call"
Tue Feb 2 19:45, 2010 GMT
Sydney Morning Herald Apple patch plugs iPhone, iPod Touch holes CNET More information is on the Apple security Web page. Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a ... Apple iPad will choke innovation, say open internet advocates The Guardian iPad Thoughts CBS News Apple's iPad: What's it really for? ARNnet Wired News  - First Post  - Wireless Federation (blog) all 1,138 news articles »
Apple patch plugs iPhone, iPod Touch holes - CNET
Tue Feb 2 20:28, 2010 GMT
A world without Google? They can imagine it just fine in China. After all, it's not like losing "World of Warcraft." The online giant's threat to pull out of China over censorship has drawn little reaction among the country's 384 million internet users.
Chinese unfazed by Google's threat to leave (Stuff)
Tue Feb 2 20:18, 2010 GMT
ABC Online Attorney-General Michael Atkinson vows to repeal election internet censorship law Herald Sun ATTORNEY-GENERAL Michael Atkinson has made a "humiliating" backdown and announced he will retrospectively repeal his law censoring internet ... Internet censorship extending to Australia International Business Times Australia South Australia Implements Internet Censorship On Political Speech The Inquisitr SA attorney-general backs down on political blogging The Australian (blog) ZDNet Australia  - Lifehacker Australia  - Ars Technica all 36 news articles »
Attorney-General Michael Atkinson vows to repeal election internet censorship law - Herald Sun
Tue Feb 2 16:22, 2010 GMT
Globe and Mail Hearing to examine Google, China and the Internet The Hill (blog) Google received support from the Obama administration for threatening to leave China if its government does not ease Internet censorship restrictions. ... It's time for China to pull hackers' plugs Marketplace (blog) New laws close in on hackers China Daily Don't Be Evil Harvard Crimson New York Times  - Siliconindia.com  - V3.co.uk all 403 news articles »
Hearing to examine Google, China and the Internet - The Hill (blog)
Tue Feb 2 23:08, 2010 GMT
Provocative website p2pnet.net, the online voice to one of the world’s most blistering and perpetual attacks on the Recording Industry Association of America, is shuttering amid financial doldrums. It was 9 years old. “I can’t claim p2pnet has been protecting the world, but I’ve done my best to unspin some of the vested interest corporate spin, [...]
Anti-RIAA Site Folds
Tue Feb 2 23:49, 2010 GMT
BigPond News SA backs down on election internet censorship Digital Media - Australasia ... not apply sites based overseas and it was not clear if user generated comment on sites such as Twitter, Facebook and internet forums would be included. ... Attorney-General Michael Atkinson vows to repeal election internet censorship law Herald Sun Internet censorship extending to Australia International Business Times Australia South Australia Implements Internet Censorship On Political Speech The Inquisitr The Australian (blog)  - ZDNet Australia  - Lifehacker Australia all 56 news articles »
SA backs down on election internet censorship - Digital Media - Australasia
Wed Feb 3 02:25, 2010 GMT
Feb. 3 (Bloomberg) -- President Barack Obama plans to meet with the Dalai Lama later this month, ignoring Chinese warnings that it would further damage U.S.-China ties already strained by a proposed arms sales to Taiwan and a dispute over censorship of the Internet.
Obama Plan to Meet Dalai Lama Prompts New Friction With China (Bloomberg via Yahoo! News)
Wed Feb 3 06:05, 2010 GMT
The Opposition is calling for South Australia's top law officer to be sacked after he backed away from controversial internet censorship laws ahead of next month's state election.
Atkinson should resign: Opposition (The Independent Weekly)
Wed Feb 3 03:39, 2010 GMT
Editorial: New Google program removes Internet privacy UConn Daily Campus It is also close to being a massive invasion of privacy and further proof that a concrete definition of how the Internet should operate is necessary as its ... and more »
Editorial: New Google program removes Internet privacy - UConn Daily Campus
Wed Feb 3 07:02, 2010 GMT
Host with us or nothing Google will no longer allow FTP publishing on its Blogger service beginning March 26.… Web threats: Why conventional protection doesn't work
Google calls time on Blogger FTP
Wed Feb 3 08:16, 2010 GMT
Amnesty International USA?s (AIUSA) Board of Directors commended Google, Inc., for its decision to openly oppose censorship and expose the cyber attacks directed at human rights activists in China.
United States: Amnesty International USA Commends Google's Stand Against Internet Censorship (Amnesty International)
Wed Feb 3 10:10, 2010 GMT
Late last year the Federal Government announced that it intended to go ahead with one of the worst ideas I’ve heard in a long time.
Internet Censorship and The Arts (Spike the Meanjin Blog)
Wed Feb 3 07:20, 2010 GMT
Lukashenka’s decree on Internet censorship arouses concern among Internet service providers, which will fall under tight control.
Internet providers: We’ll close business if situation resembles one in North Korea
Wed Feb 3 10:45, 2010 GMT
President Barack Obama plans to meet with the 75-year-old Dalai Lama later this month, ignoring Chinese warnings that it would further damage U.S.-China ties already strained by a proposed arms sales to Taiwan and a dispute over censorship of the Internet.
Obama’s Meeting with Dalai Lama to Stir Up International Scandal (Pravda)
Wed Feb 3 12:00, 2010 GMT
A survey, part of a broader lobbying effort, finds cyber crime professionals want to "exchange legal process requests and responses to legal process" through a police-only "nationwide computer network."
Police want backdoor to Web users' private data
Wed Feb 3 12:00, 2010 GMT
Researcher warns of privacy risks from rogue iPhone apps CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... and more »
Researcher warns of privacy risks from rogue iPhone apps - CNET
Wed Feb 3 07:08, 2010 GMT
President Barack Obama plans to meet with the Dalai Lama later this month, ignoring Chinese warnings that it would further damage U.S.-China ties already strained by a proposed arms sales to Taiwan and a dispute over censorship of the Internet.
Friction over Obama Plan to Meet Dalai Lama (BusinessWeek)
Wed Feb 3 14:33, 2010 GMT
Unbalanced bloggers must be unmasked Commentards looking forward to venting their spleens during the upcoming UK election could found themselves falling foul of rules designed to ensure fair and balanced coverage of the proceedings.… Case Study: WhatsUp keeps Legoland turnstyles ringing
Think Aussie election rules are draconian? Look at the UK's
Wed Feb 3 15:21, 2010 GMT
National Post CORRECTED - WRAPUP 6-Obama to meet Dalai Lama despite Chinese warnings Reuters O) decision to no longer cooperate with Chinese Internet censorship efforts. "Google sets a strong example in standing up to the Chinese government's ... US Sees No Fundamental Change in China Relations Despite Problem Issues Voice of America China threatens Obama over Dalai Lama meeting Times Online Obama to meet Dalai Lama despite China warnings Times of Malta RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty  - Global Times  - TheCelebrityCafe.com all 1,733 news articles »
CORRECTED - WRAPUP 6-Obama to meet Dalai Lama despite Chinese warnings - Reuters
Wed Feb 3 15:24, 2010 GMT
BBC News CORRECTED - US senator presses tech firms on practices in China Reuters O) decision to no longer cooperate with Chinese Internet censorship efforts. "Google sets a strong example in standing up to the Chinese government's ... Senator queries Facebook, Skype on human rights in China Ars Technica Apple, others invited to China Web hearing MSN Money US Senator quizzes firms on China Internet stance MarketWatch BBC News  - The Edinburgh Journal  - The Money Times all 193 news articles »
CORRECTED - US senator presses tech firms on practices in China - Reuters
Wed Feb 3 15:45, 2010 GMT
BBC News Corrected: Senator Presses Tech Firms on Practices In China New York Times ... on their human rights practices in China in the aftermath of Google's decision to no longer cooperate with Chinese Internet censorship efforts. ... Senator presses Apple, other US firms on China human rights practices MacDailyNews (blog) Senator queries Facebook, Skype on human rights in China Ars Technica Apple, others invited to China Web hearing MSN Money MarketWatch  - BBC News  - The Edinburgh Journal all 198 news articles »
Corrected: Senator Presses Tech Firms on Practices In China - New York Times
Wed Feb 3 15:30, 2010 GMT
A Democratic senator said on Tuesday he has asked 30 companies, including Apple, Facebook and Skype, for information on their human rights practices in China in the aftermath of Google's decision to no longer cooperate with Chinese Internet censorship efforts.
Corrected: Senator presses tech firms on practices in China (Reuters via Yahoo! Canada News)
Wed Feb 3 13:57, 2010 GMT
The European Union thinks the decree puts more restrictions on freedom of speech in Belarus.
European Union condemns decree on Internet censorship in Belarus
Wed Feb 3 16:51, 2010 GMT
Assistant Senate Majority Leader Dick Durbin wants information from Apple and several other companies detailing their human rights practices in China. Mr. Durbin requested the information following Google's announcement that it planned to stop cooperating with China's Internet censorship policies
News: Senator Questions Apple Human Rights Practices in China (The Mac Observer)
Wed Feb 3 16:37, 2010 GMT
Appearing before a Senate panel, Director of National Intelligence Dennis Blair warns of the growing impact and danger of new cyberattacks.
Government warns of looming cyberthreats
Wed Feb 3 17:02, 2010 GMT
The Senate has condemned cyber attacks against Google in China. A resolution approved by senators Tuesday night urges China to investigate and explain the e-mail attacks. It also describes ways that lawmakers say China restricts freedom of the press and free expression on the Internet.
US Senate condemns hacking of Google in China (AP via Yahoo! Finance)
Wed Feb 3 18:23, 2010 GMT
PARIS, Feb 3, 2010 (AFP) - The battle between a Georgian TV station and a satellite operator heated up Wednesday as the channel headed to a court here vowing to present proof that Russian pressure blocked its broadcasts to theCaucasus.
GEORGIA TV FIGHTS SATELLITE 'CENSORSHIP' BATTLE IN PARIS COURT (The Tocqueville Connection)
Wed Feb 3 18:55, 2010 GMT
Some very popular websites are blocking content in the United State and it is not by U.S. Government choice either. Several media companies are blocking access to online videos, thousands of them.
Why China, U.S., Canada, U.K, Australia, New Zealand all block internet content (ZDNet)
Wed Feb 3 19:40, 2010 GMT
A Bad Week for China and the US The Faster Times During this time, internet censorship , the Dalai Lama, Iran, and arms sales to Taiwan have been at the center of the interaction between the two countries. ... and more »
A Bad Week for China and the US - The Faster Times
Wed Feb 3 19:32, 2010 GMT
Digitaltrends.com Tech Companies Queried on Human Rights in China Digitaltrends.com So far, no other US technology companies have joined Google in taking a stance against Chinese Internet censorship . “I commend Google for coming to the ... Corrected: Senator Presses Tech Firms on Practices In China New York Times Senator Questions Apple Human Rights Practices in China The Mac Observer Senator To Investigate US IT Companies Operations In China ITProPortal Ars Technica  - MSN Money  - BBC News all 209 news articles »
Tech Companies Queried on Human Rights in China - Digitaltrends.com
Wed Feb 3 20:16, 2010 GMT
Government officials continue to put pressure on U.S. technology companies to stop censorship in China. Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Ill.), chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee's Subcommittee on Human Rights and the Law, is joining other government officials to fight censorship in China and other countries.
Tech Firms Asked To Outline Human-Rights Measures (NewsFactor via Yahoo! News)
Wed Feb 3 20:33, 2010 GMT
Globe and Mail Sen. Durbin Prods Tech Giants to Back Google's China Stance E-Commerce Times As a result, Google has said it may no longer cooperate with Chinese authorities regarding censorship of Internet searches and will consider pulling all its ... Corrected: Senator Presses Tech Firms on Practices In China New York Times Senator Questions Apple Human Rights Practices in China The Mac Observer Tech Companies Queried on Human Rights in China Digitaltrends.com ITProPortal  - NewsFactor Network  - BBC News all 215 news articles »
Sen. Durbin Prods Tech Giants to Back Google's China Stance - E-Commerce Times
Wed Feb 3 21:28, 2010 GMT
The people that brought the world malicious software which can steal credit card numbers and empty bank ATMs of their cash are apparently hiring, according to Reuters.
Cybercrime Company Now Hiring (redOrbit)
Wed Feb 3 21:01, 2010 GMT
A recent survey from the Pew Research Center shows that only 14 percent of teenagers are bloggers, down from 28 percent in 2006.
Blogging declines among teens, young adults
Thu Feb 4 00:07, 2010 GMT
The Chronicle Journal China denies cyber attack on Google Montreal Gazette China yesterday denied any state involvement in cyber attacks on Google and defended Internet censorship as necessary, as a row with Washington over the US ... China claims to be world's top hacking target V3.co.uk Google, China and the Anatomy of the Aurora Attack eWeek Report Details Hacks Targeting Google, Others Wired News The Canadian Press  - ZDNet (blog)  - NBC Bay Area all 245 news articles »
China denies cyber attack on Google - Montreal Gazette
Thu Feb 4 00:17, 2010 GMT
Acknowledging online privacy concerns, advertising industry will be more ... - Medill Reports: Chicago. This practice has been largely unknown to most consumers until now, but Internet privacy is becoming an increasingly public issue. ...
Acknowledging online privacy concerns, advertising industry will be more ... - Medill Reports: Chicago
Thu Feb 4 01:01, 2010 GMT
The Hindu Twitter gets attacked- how safe is social networking? Examiner.com How often have they been warned about Internet and web site security ? There should be some sort of class on Internet security taught in schools, ... "Alarming" rise in cyberattacks at social networks: Sophos AFP Virus threat to social networking sites Channel 4 News Attacks on Social Networks Increase By 70 Percent Inc.com RedOrbit  - Kitsap Peninsula Business Journal  - CSO all 211 news articles »
Twitter gets attacked- how safe is social networking? - Examiner.com
Thu Feb 4 04:58, 2010 GMT
CBC.ca TIMELINE - The obstacle course for US-China ties in 2010 Reuters India REUTERS - Relations between China and the United States will be tested this year by a range of issues, including currency rates, trade, Internet censorship , ... A Bad Week for China and the US The Faster Times Corrected: Obama to meet Dalai Lama despite Chinese warnings Reuters Morning Vid: In Beck's World, US Ruled by China The AtlanticWire (blog) newjerseynewsroom.com  - Voice of America  - China Economic Review all 1,920 news articles »
TIMELINE - The obstacle course for US-China ties in 2010 - Reuters India
Thu Feb 4 05:40, 2010 GMT
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Internet search firm Google is finalizing a deal that would let the National Security Agency help it investigate a corporate espionage attack that may have originated in China, the Washington Post reported on Thursday.
Google, NSA may team up over cyberattacks: report
Thu Feb 4 06:51, 2010 GMT
BANGALORE, INDIA: If it was US President Obama who made news with Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to bring about world peace, this time there is a possibility of another surprise winner. The Internet, which has virtually revolutionised the world and broke the walls of censorship quite often, has been nominated for the '2010 Nobel Peace Prize'.
Internet nominated for Nobel Peace Prize 2010 (CIOL)
Thu Feb 4 05:02, 2010 GMT
This scam investment game program which known as glotrade has been set up just to vanish from the internet fast upon scamming as much money as possible. The admin claims that GloTrade.biz was having borne out of months of calculative strategies and speculations and they are finally set for its launch. They are opening this venture to the general public for indulging in stock market global indices as registered members of GloTrade.biz. read more
Glotrade goes vanished scam
Thu Feb 4 07:45, 2010 GMT
The electronic surveillance organization is finalizing an agreement to help the search giant ward off cyberattacks like the ones that originated in China, according to a Washington Post report.
Report: Google, NSA talk defense partnership
Thu Feb 4 09:56, 2010 GMT
Labour, Tories: We won't reveal plans until we're in charge With the major parties agreed that a full defence review is to be carried out after the election - thus avoiding any need to let the public vote for what it wants - one wouldn't expect yesterday's MoD green paper to say much, and indeed it mostly doesn't.… Case Study: WhatsUp keeps Legoland turnstyles ringing
MoD turns to bloggers for advice on UK defence policy
Thu Feb 4 09:37, 2010 GMT
Nets, Singapore‟s leading electronic payments provider, today announced its iNets service, a multi-channel platform that will enable consumers ...
Singapore's Nets unveils multi-channel payments platform
Thu Feb 4 10:51, 2010 GMT
The world's largest Internet search company and the world's most powerful electronic surveillance organization are teaming up in the name of cybersecurity.
Google enlists NSA to fight off cyberattacks (MSNBC)
Thu Feb 4 11:12, 2010 GMT
angry tapir writes "The UK public can report 'terrorism-related' Web sites to authorities for removal from the Internet under a new program launched by the British government. The program is a way in which the government is seeking to enforce the Terrorism Acts of 2000 and 2006. These laws make it illegal to have or to share information intended to be useful to terrorists, and ban glorifying ...
UK Government Crowd-Sourcing Censorship (Slashdot) O Estado de São Paulo approaching 200th day of ban restricting press freedom Brazil - O Estado de São Paulo approaching 200th day of ban restricting press freedom"> Brazil -
Thu Feb 4 11:20, 2010 GMT
The São Paulo-based daily O Estado de São Paulo and its website Estadão are approaching the 200th day of a court order banning them from publishing any information about legal matters involving businessman Fernando Sarney, the son of former President José Sarney, who is now senate speaker. Their first six months of censorship under the 31 July order, which has set a dangerous press precedent for press freedom, was completed on 1 February. The federal supreme court took only three months to (...)
Fears new Polish law will mean internet censorship in Poland - Eastern European Review US military must explain why marines censored Haitian photographer Haïti - US military must explain why marines censored Haitian photographer"> Haïti -
Thu Feb 4 13:46, 2010 GMT
Three weeks after the earthquake, the Haitian press has just had its first serious run-in with the US military. Homère Cardichon, a photographer working for the daily Le Nouvelliste, had his camera confiscated by US marines yesterday while covering a demonstration by disgruntled residents outside the US embassy in the Port-au-Prince suburb of Tabarre. We urge culture and communications minister Marie-Laurence Jocelyn-Lassègue to demand an explanation from the US military authorities. “Six (...)
China, US vie for mantle of world's biggest hacking victim - Ars Technica
Thu Feb 4 15:12, 2010 GMT
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Cyber attacks on the European Union's Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) have prompted the executive European Commission to revise its Internet security guidelines, the Commission said on Thursday.
Internet attacks breach EU carbon trading system
Thu Feb 4 15:32, 2010 GMT
Panda Labs reports that cyber criminals are distributing fake Microsoft Update notices to Outlook users tricking them into installing a Trojan horse. The email looks like being composed and sent by Microsoft with no spelling or grammatical errors. The message advises users to keep their computer up-to-date but in fact it is well developed engineering attack. Users may recognize the scam considering several dubious features of the junk mail. read more
Microsoft software update comes in the email? In no way! It’s a scam!
Thu Feb 4 15:24, 2010 GMT
Worm belatedly turns Google is detailing a new data-sharing agreement with the US National Security Agency in order to better protect itself against apparent attacks from China.… Web threats: Why conventional protection doesn't work
Google turns to NSA for help in cyberattack defences
Thu Feb 4 16:59, 2010 GMT
EU reviews Internet security after emissions fraud Reuters UK "The Commission intends to review the security measures applicable to ETS registries and will prepare revised security guidelines for registries and an ... Emissions trading: European Commission Takes Action Over Cyber Attacks On EU ... Exchange News Direct EU: hackers broke into cap-and-trade system Forbes all 11 news articles »
EU reviews Internet security after emissions fraud - Reuters UK
Thu Feb 4 18:05, 2010 GMT
Utilities to invest $21 billion over the next five years to protect the smart grid against everything from terrorist attacks to natural disasters, according to a Pike Research report.
Billions to be spent on smart-grid cybersecurity
Thu Feb 4 18:05, 2010 GMT
Goggle is teaming up with the National Security Agency to investigate the recent hack attack against its network in a bid to prevent another assault, according to The Washington Post. The move is raising concerns among privacy and civil rights advocates. But sources assured the Post that the deal does not mean the NSA will have [...]
Google Asks NSA to Help Secure Its Network
Thu Feb 4 18:33, 2010 GMT
Google has taken a stand against Internet censorship in China, and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has joined on Google's side. What will the rest of the world do? Google - United States Secretary of State - China - Internet censorship in the People's Republic of China - United States
Internet as Diplomat in 21st Century Statecraft (ABC News)
Thu Feb 4 20:14, 2010 GMT
SAMAA TV US House passes cybersecurity research bill CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... House Passes Cybersecurity Bill New York Times (blog) US House passes bill to bolster cybersecurity AFP House Passes Cybersecurity Act eWeek The New New Internet  - PC World  - FCW.com all 51 news articles »
US House passes cybersecurity research bill - CNET
Thu Feb 4 20:45, 2010 GMT
Neowin Microsoft to patch 26 holes in Windows, Office CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... Microsoft slates colossal Windows patch next week Computerworld all 9 news articles »
Microsoft to patch 26 holes in Windows, Office - CNET
Fri Feb 5 01:15, 2010 GMT
Google facing many risks in China standoff Reuters A sudden move by Google to lift search censorship in China could hurt other business interests in the country, including its fast-growing Android cell phone ... and more »
Google facing many risks in China standoff - Reuters
Fri Feb 5 05:26, 2010 GMT
Brandweek Magazine Editorial: Ad industry creates promising compromise for marketing Baylor University The Lariat Online In the meantime, the advertising industry has made the right move to make Americans more aware of their rights concerning Internet privacy . New icon is designed to connect consumers with online privacy principles InternetRetailer.com all 5 news articles »
Editorial: Ad industry creates promising compromise for marketing - Baylor University The Lariat Online
Fri Feb 5 05:25, 2010 GMT
This scam investment game program which known as arbyfund is getting ready to vanish totally from the internet. This program was started on January 9 and offers multiple plans ranging from 15% to 30% daily for 15 days. The problem started on January 30 when the admin sent an update regarding changes in pay out term which was as follow: read more
Arbyfund is ready to scam
Fri Feb 5 08:22, 2010 GMT
OPINION In a lengthy commentary published in the Straits Times yesterday, ST journalist Rachel Chang launched an uncharacteristic tirade against “anti-People’s Action Party personages” on the Internet for “lynching” netizens who do not share their views. (read article here) She expressed her concern that the lack of self-censorship prevailing in cyberspace has led to the rise of “ugly [...]
PAP and SPH getting cold feet over the rise of the new media: they still don’t get it! (The Temasek Review)
Fri Feb 5 08:42, 2010 GMT
The US National Security Agency is finalising an agreement to help Google ward off cyberattacks, according to The Washington Post
Google may team up with NSA for cyber-defence help
Fri Feb 5 10:24, 2010 GMT
PropertyBridge, Inc., a MoneyGram International (NYSE:MGI) subsidiary and leading provider of electronic payment services to the multi-family housing ...
MoneyGram extends PropertyBridge to Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Fri Feb 5 11:55, 2010 GMT
Polish PM Takes Internet Censorship Debate Offline Wall Street Journal (blog) Polish Internet surfers appeared to have won a vital battle against censorship plans of the Polish center-right government when Prime ... and more »
Polish PM Takes Internet Censorship Debate Offline - Wall Street Journal (blog)
Fri Feb 5 12:52, 2010 GMT
Google facing risks in China standoff CTV.ca A sudden move by Google to lift search censorship in China could hurt other business interests in the country, including its fast-growing Android cell phone ... and more »
Google facing risks in China standoff - CTV.ca
Fri Feb 5 13:18, 2010 GMT
Net censorship campaign backfires The Australian ... found a new chapter this week when a mess of eggs ended up on the face of the Attorney-General, forcing a humiliating backflip over internet censorship . ... Libs must share shame of Atkinson Adelaidenow all 4 news articles »
Net censorship campaign backfires - The Australian
Fri Feb 5 16:44, 2010 GMT
The European Commission will update cybersecurity guidelines after a phishing attack on emissions trading registries saw £2.6m lost to fraudsters
Phishing scam spurs EC into security revamp
Fri Feb 5 16:42, 2010 GMT
Chinese foreign minister: Stop US arms shipments to Taiwan (Extra) Monsters and Critics.com Google has since announced that it is reconsidering its presence in China as a response to the country's growing internet censorship . ... and more »
Chinese foreign minister: Stop US arms shipments to Taiwan (Extra) - Monsters and Critics.com
Fri Feb 5 16:28, 2010 GMT
Reuters More Thoughts from State of the Net 2010 Center for Democracy and Technology (blog) Indeed, from Australia to Turkey to Italy, Internet censorship is nothing if not a global phenomenon. Google is blocked in 25 countries and YouTube is ... Google facing many risks in China standoff Reuters Senate Votes to Condemn Chinese Attacks on Google eWeek China, US vie for mantle of world's biggest hacking victim Ars Technica Stock Watch  - The Hill (blog)  - USA Today all 337 news articles »
More Thoughts from State of the Net 2010 - Center for Democracy and Technology (blog)
Fri Feb 5 17:16, 2010 GMT
Internet providers should keep logs for two years, says head of FBI's digital evidence section. But what about the practical and privacy issues?
FBI wants records kept of Web sites visited
Fri Feb 5 19:00, 2010 GMT
Survey finds that police want backdoor to ISP customer data, while the U.S. government worries about cyberattacks. Also: Toyota's electronic woes.
Week in review: Of Internet privacy and police
Fri Feb 5 20:34, 2010 GMT
The Guardian Google-China debate keeps Internet security in spotlight CPJ Press Freedom Online (blog) And regular Internet users frustrated by the intrusive censorship in China are also unwilling to trust authorities who monitor day-to-day usage so ... Google facing many risks in China standoff Reuters More Thoughts from State of the Net 2010 Center for Democracy and Technology (blog) Senate Votes to Condemn Chinese Attacks on Google eWeek Ars Technica  - Stock Watch  - The Hill (blog) all 363 news articles »
Google-China debate keeps Internet security in spotlight - CPJ Press Freedom Online (blog)
Fri Feb 5 22:04, 2010 GMT
Ubuntu execution Open-source evangelist and überblogger Matt Asay has been named as chief operating officer of Canonical, Ubuntu's commercial sponsor.… What is your recession sales strategy?
Canonical scoops Alfresco man for operations
Sat Feb 6 04:55, 2010 GMT
Cyber attacks a cover for internet - censorship in US – radio host RT Radio host Alex Jones sees the Congressional initiative as a fall into Hitlerian censorship . “The system is discredited, the main stream media is going ...
Cyber attacks a cover for internet-censorship in US – radio host - RT
Sat Feb 6 07:45, 2010 GMT
As the president prepares to meet with the Dalai Lama, controversial Tibetan activist Tenzin Tsundue talks about why Obama must stay strong with China, Google’s shameful history of censorship, and his time in a prison camp.
Tibet's Star Activist Warns Obama (Phayul)
Sat Feb 6 08:06, 2010 GMT
PR Web (press release) Gossimer Unveils a New & Improved Payment System PR Web (press release) From today the customers and the web hosting resellers can use AlertPay, WebMoney , and Liberty Reserve to pay for the domain registration as well as web ...
Gossimer Unveils a New & Improved Payment System - PR Web (press release)
Sat Feb 6 17:50, 2010 GMT
US Girds for a Fight for Internet Freedom TIME Internationally, the new emphasis on enabling the skirting of Internet censorship amounts to a shift from traditional public diplomacy to a kind of Internet ...
US Girds for a Fight for Internet Freedom - TIME
Fri Feb 5 03:49, 2010 GMT
Times Online ANALYSIS-Google facing many risks in China standoff Alibaba News Channel A sudden move by Google to lift search censorship in China could hurt other business interests in the country, including its fast-growing Android cell phone ... Google & NSA vs. Chinese Hackers Death + Taxes Magazine Chinese Computer Equipment May Be Bugged, Report Warns Huffington Post (blog) NSA muscles in on Google's Chinese attacks Inquirer ChannelWeb  - Ordoh News (blog)  - Internet Search Engine Database all 424 news articles »
ANALYSIS-Google facing many risks in China standoff - Alibaba News Channel
Fri Feb 5 08:43, 2010 GMT
Times Online Google Facing Many Risks in China Standoff Tech2 A sudden move by Google to lift search censorship in China could hurt other business interests in the country, including its fast-growing Android cell phone ... Google & NSA vs. Chinese Hackers Death + Taxes Magazine Google, NSA to team up in cyberattack probe-Post Reuters Chinese Computer Equipment May Be Bugged, Report Warns Huffington Post (blog) Inquirer  - ChannelWeb  - Register all 424 news articles »
Google Facing Many Risks in China Standoff - Tech2
Fri Feb 5 12:26, 2010 GMT
PhysOrg.com European Commission takes action over EU ETS fraud Risk.net The European Commission has released a statement saying it intends to revise internet security guidelines following fraudulent activity on EU Emissions ... EU increases internet security after ETS fraud ENDS Europe (subscription) Emissions trading: European Commission Takes Action Over Cyber Attacks On EU ... Exchange News Direct FOi's daily roundup of news in brief, 5 February 2010 Futures and Options Intelligence (subscription) CIOL  - Sydney Morning Herald all 44 news articles »
European Commission takes action over EU ETS fraud - Risk.net
Sun Feb 7 08:05, 2010 GMT
Times Online Back and forth with China Los Angeles Times First, Clinton publicly supported Google's threat to pull out of China because of Internet censorship , and warned of a new "information curtain" on the ... Obama to meet Dalai Lama despite China warnings Vancouver Sun all 252 news articles »
Back and forth with China - Los Angeles Times
Sun Feb 7 10:09, 2010 GMT
Parent University speaker to discuss parents' role in Internet safety, healthy ... Sheboygan Press The keynote speaker, Parry Aftab, is an Internet privacy and security lawyer, author, award-winning columnist, consultant, public speaker and child advocate ...
Parent University speaker to discuss parents' role in Internet safety, healthy ... - Sheboygan Press
Sun Feb 7 13:46, 2010 GMT
Internet Censorship : Major Truth-Providing Websites Blocked By Asia Netcom To ... Prison Planet.com Has Chinese-style internet censorship arrived in New Zealand this year? The question is posed because two major news websites, Infowars.com and ...
Internet Censorship: Major Truth-Providing Websites Blocked By Asia Netcom To ... - Prison Planet.com
Sun Feb 7 17:00, 2010 GMT
BlackBerry has spyware risk too, researcher says CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... and more »
BlackBerry has spyware risk too, researcher says - CNET
Mon Feb 8 02:44, 2010 GMT
Police in central China have shut down a hacker training operation that openly recruited thousands of members online and provided them with cyberattack lessons and malicious software, state media said Monday.
Chinese police shut down hacker training business (AP via Yahoo! News)
Mon Feb 8 04:19, 2010 GMT
WUHAN, Feb 8 (Bernama) -- Police in central China have shut down a hacker training operation that openly recruited thousands of members online and provided them with cyber-attack lessons and malicious soft, state media said Monday.
Chinese Police Shut Down Hacker Training Business Centre (Bernama)
Mon Feb 8 05:10, 2010 GMT
WATBlog (blog) US-China tensions continue over Google World Socialist Web Site More broadly, she lectured the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) over Internet censorship and the need for “freedom of expression”. ... China rejects claims of internet hacking attacks Ethiopian Review US faces 'serious' cyberspace threats: advisor AFP OUR OPINION: Google seeks help San Angelo Standard Times Asia Sentinel  - Dubuque Telegraph Herald  - WATBlog (blog) all 35 news articles »
US-China tensions continue over Google - World Socialist Web Site
Mon Feb 8 06:24, 2010 GMT
According to 4chan's Twitter account and status update blog, they have been "explicitly blocked" by the Verizon wireless network. If you're unfamiliar with 4chan and why an ISP/wireless company would block it, read more about it on Wikipedia . tweetmeme_url = 'http://www.readwriteweb.com/archives/verizon_blocks_4chan.php';tweetmeme_source = 'rww'; The high-traffic ...
Verizon Blocks 4chan (ReadWriteWeb)
Mon Feb 8 07:07, 2010 GMT
Google awards $500000 to professors for web projects The Daily Princetonian Computer science professor Ed Felten will receive $400000 for his research on internet privacy . A four-member team — composed of electrical engineering ...
Google awards $500000 to professors for web projects - The Daily Princetonian
Mon Feb 8 08:52, 2010 GMT
Police in China have shut down a hacker training operation that openly recruited thousands of members online and provided them with cyber attack lessons.
Police bust hacker training (News 24 South Africa)
Mon Feb 8 10:32, 2010 GMT
Black Hawk taken down Chinese authorities have closed down a firm that allegedly trained hackers to develop spyware and launch cyberattacks.… Offloading malware protection to the cloud
China stomps cybercrook training outfit
Mon Feb 8 11:46, 2010 GMT
Prison Planet.com Frightening Taste Of Internet Censorship As Major Free Speech Websites Blocked Prison Planet.com Whether the problem was down to technical issues or deliberate censorship , the fact that ISP's can selectively block certain websites at the flick of a ... Internet Censorship : Major Truth-Providing Websites Blocked By Asia Netcom To ... Prison Planet.com all 2 news articles »
Frightening Taste Of Internet Censorship As Major Free Speech Websites Blocked - Prison Planet.com
Mon Feb 8 12:49, 2010 GMT
Police in central China have shut down a hacker training company that taught thousands of people how to launch cyberattacks and provided them with spy software, media reports say.
China shuts hacker training school (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
Mon Feb 8 12:39, 2010 GMT
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Mon Feb 8 13:02, 2010 GMT
Google long has been an advocate of a single Web, one that's free of government censorship and barriers to information access.
Google analyst: U.S. Internet needs to get faster (CNN)
Mon Feb 8 10:50, 2010 GMT
Vesta Corporation, a global pioneer and leader in electronic payment solutions, today announced the availability of version 5.0 of its ...
Vesta upgrades mobile payments platform
Mon Feb 8 13:55, 2010 GMT
People of Walmart now counts as filth, apparently Australia’s drive to protect its own population from the horrors of the internet may be starting to have knock-on effects on the surfing habits of its neighbour, New Zealand - some websites are no longer accessible in NZ via Aussie ISPs.… Case Study: WhatsUp keeps Legoland turnstyles ringing
Online Kiwis maybe feeling Oz censor trickledown
Mon Feb 8 14:06, 2010 GMT
International sanctions on Iran have tied the hands of dissidents while the regime can evade them.
Sanctions Help Iran Limit Internet Use (Institute for War and Peace Reporting)
Mon Feb 8 14:39, 2010 GMT
Earlier this month , Google unleashed one of the year's biggest technology stories by announcing it was no longer interested in working with the Chinese government to censor search results, and by threatening to cease operations in the communist country. Microsoft, for its part, remained quiet for as long as it could, and then eventually announced it would continue operations in China, business ...
Google's China problem leaves opening for Bing in China (Ars Technica)
Mon Feb 8 17:16, 2010 GMT
The operation is said to have openly recruited thousands of members online and provided them with cyberattack lessons and malicious software.
Police shut down hacker training business (WOAI San Antonio)
Mon Feb 8 17:15, 2010 GMT
The Chinese New Year begins on 14 February, ending the Year of the Ox and ushering in the Year of the Tiger. It seems to me that the tiger is already well-ensconced – witness China’s recent aggressive stances on internet censorship, the US arms deal with Taiwan and climate change.
Year of the Tiger, electric vehicles and wind power (Otago Daily Times)
Mon Feb 8 16:59, 2010 GMT
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Mon Feb 8 18:30, 2010 GMT
Philip Eliot Of Paladin Capital: Cyber Security Is Not Going Away Wall Street Journal (blog) As high-profile cyber attacks, like the one that recently hit Google Inc., become more common, Internet security is getting more attention at ...
Philip Eliot Of Paladin Capital: Cyber Security Is Not Going Away - Wall Street Journal (blog)
Mon Feb 8 18:51, 2010 GMT
Although user reports about 4chan access on Verizon Wireless vary, the 4chan status blog reports that Verizon may have taken the inadvisable step of “explicitly” blocking the site. 4chan is famous in part for large scale retaliation against such censorship, and the internet is gleefully rubbing its sweaty palms together in anticipation of shenanigans against Verizon [...]
Verizon Wireless blocks 4chan? (The Inquisitr)
Mon Feb 8 19:00, 2010 GMT
DailyTech Verizon blocked some 4chan sites CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... Verizon Blocks 4chan ReadWriteWeb (blog) Verizon Wireless blocks 4chan? The Inquisitr Verizon Wireless blocks 4chan TECH.BLORGE.com Geeks are Sexy Technology News  - Washington Post (blog) all 47 news articles »
Verizon blocked some 4chan sites - CNET
Mon Feb 8 20:14, 2010 GMT
Google Long Has Been An Advocate Of A Single Web, One That's Free Of Government Censorship And Barriers To Information Access.
CNN - Google Says U.S. Internet Too Slow (WSB-TV 2 Atlanta)
Mon Feb 8 20:44, 2010 GMT
An independent games developer protesting at Australian censorship of digital media is using video games to spread his message. Conor O’Kane has designed a “serious game” called Ban This Game which features South Australian Attorney General Michael Atkinson and Minister for Broadband and Communication Stephen Conroy. Players must ban games by clicking on them after they cross an arbitrary red ...
Ban this game (Sydney Morning Herald)
Mon Feb 8 21:25, 2010 GMT
Opposition activists say one of the leading Russian Internet providers is practicing “political censorship” by denying access to oppositional web sites for its clients.
Provider Blocks Sites Of Political Activists (St. Petersburg Times)
Mon Feb 8 21:30, 2010 GMT
Opposition activists say one of the leading Russian Internet providers is practicing “political censorship” by denying access to oppositional web sites for its clients.
TOP STORIES (St. Petersburg Times)
Mon Feb 8 22:42, 2010 GMT
U-turn on 'blanket blocking' Open Source code repository SourceForge.net has pulled a U-turn on a widely unpopular decision to ban users from accessing its website from countries under US trade restrictions.… What is your recession sales strategy?
SourceForge reverses ban on US foes
Tue Feb 9 00:18, 2010 GMT
POLICE in central China have shut down a hacker training operation that openly recruited thousands of members online and provided them with cyber attack lessons and malicious
China pulls plug on net hacker college that signed up 180,000 (The Scotsman)
Tue Feb 9 00:23, 2010 GMT
Source: Reuters * Opposition supporters still use web to spread word * Authorities block opposition websites, slow Internet * Iran says the West uses Internet to confront it By Reza Derakhshi TEHRAN, Feb 9 ...
FEATURE-Iran's resistance keeps up cat-and-mouse web game (AlertNet)
Mon Feb 8 23:39, 2010 GMT
The Next Web IRAN: Internet access, text-messaging service down as 22 Bahman protests approach Los Angeles Times (blog) Given the Tehran government's recent history of Internet censorship and the vital role of social media and texting to the opposition movement, ... Iran's resistance keeps up cat-and-mouse web game Reuters Internet Disruption And New Dumpsters RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty all 21 news articles »
IRAN: Internet access, text-messaging service down as 22 Bahman protests approach - Los Angeles Times (blog)
Tue Feb 9 00:07, 2010 GMT
TEHRAN (Reuters) - With their paths through the Internet increasingly blocked by government filters, Nooshin and her fellow Iranian opposition-supporters say their information on planned protests now comes in emails.
Iran's resistance keeps up cat-and-mouse web game
Mon Feb 8 23:53, 2010 GMT
A big elephant has been in the room ever since Google faced off with China's government over censorship and threatened to leave the country.
Does China Still Need U.S. Tech? Google Tiff Highlights Evolution (Investor's Business Daily via Yahoo! Finance)
Tue Feb 9 00:00, 2010 GMT
University worker accused of extorting student file sharers - CNET. Dehelean, an Internet security analyst, was in charge of tracking illegal file sharing at the University of Georgia until he tried to shake down the student ...
University worker accused of extorting student file sharers - CNET
Tue Feb 9 05:04, 2010 GMT
While the furor over cyber-attacks against Google has lapsed somewhat, the Sino-American confrontation over the larger issue of Internet security and global digital warfare is expected to intensify in the near future.
By Willy Lam (Thailand Outlook Channel)
Tue Feb 9 08:22, 2010 GMT
AARON Fornarino - the face of last week's internet censorship law backdown - yesterday made his second court appearance in two days.
Aaron Fornarino fined $300 (Adelaide Now)
Tue Feb 9 08:36, 2010 GMT
TopNews New Zealand BriefingsDirect analysts discuss ramifications of Google-China... IT-Director.com ... enabling Internet censorship and now apparently backtracking. But there are also larger issues around security and Internet governance in general. ... US-China tensions continue over Google World Socialist Web Site China rejects claims of internet hacking attacks Ethiopian Review Google analyst: US Internet needs to get faster CNN Montreal Gazette  - Ars Technica  - TopNews New Zealand all 76 news articles »
BriefingsDirect analysts discuss ramifications of Google-China... - IT-Director.com
Tue Feb 9 10:15, 2010 GMT
TEHRAN - Financial and trade sanctions imposed on Iran may have failed to bring the regime to its knees, but they have hamstrung efforts by dissidents to spread their message on the Internet because the latest technology and payment methods are barred.
Internet hit by US restrictions (Asia Times)
Tue Feb 9 09:24, 2010 GMT
Xac Automation Corporation (Taiwan NASDAQ: 5490), one of the world's leading private label electronic payment system manufacturers, and Voltage ...
Xac and Voltage partner on end-to-end encryption
Tue Feb 9 11:35, 2010 GMT
Earlier this week Verizon Wireless temporarily blocked traffic from some Web sites affiliated with the 4chan online forum on the grounds that some affiliate sites were apparently launching network attacks. read more
Verizon blocks 4chain website for sending DoS attacks
Tue Feb 9 13:56, 2010 GMT
Sex and drugs and Rickrolling in Madrid Comment Someone will have to die before governments take cybercrime as seriously as they take digital piracy, a panel on cybercrime and internet security was told last week.… Web threats: Why conventional protection doesn't work
Global gov's shrugging lets cybercrims frolic
Tue Feb 9 13:53, 2010 GMT
An Internet security analyst, was in charge of tracking illegal file sharing at the University of Georgia until he allegedly tried to shake down the student downloaders he caught. by Greg Sandoval CNET News
Student file sharers allegedly extorted
Tue Feb 9 14:31, 2010 GMT
Internet Censorship Alert! Alex Jones exposes agenda to 'blacklist' dissenting ... Prison Planet.com ( Internet ) Freedom sacrificed at the same false alter of ( Internet ) Security . Independent blogs, news sites and online businesses will all be financially ...
Internet Censorship Alert! Alex Jones exposes agenda to 'blacklist' dissenting ... - Prison Planet.com Heavy jail sentences for activists who wrote about plight of Sichuan earthquake victims China - Heavy jail sentences for activists who wrote about plight of Sichuan earthquake victims"> China -
Tue Feb 9 14:59, 2010 GMT
Reporters Without Borders condemns the long jail sentences that judges in Chengdu (in the southwestern province of Sichuan) have imposed on two human rights activists and netizens in the past 48 hours. A three-year sentence was upheld for Huang Qi yesterday while Tan Zuoren was given a five-year sentence at a hearing today during which police arrested and manhandled nine Hong Kong journalists. “Bloggers and human rights defenders who dared to contradict official reports about the victims of (...)
YouTube use makes up 10% of mobile data
Tue Feb 9 19:15, 2010 GMT
The Guardian Google threatens to leave Chinese market The Collegian online Google has never been a leader when it comes to Internet privacy rights. For example, individual users' search histories stay in Google's servers for up to ... BriefingsDirect analysts discuss ramifications of Google-China... IT-Director.com US-China tensions continue over Google World Socialist Web Site China rejects claims of internet hacking attacks Ethiopian Review China Daily  - Wall Street Journal  - The Tech Herald all 140 news articles »
Google threatens to leave Chinese market - The Collegian online
Tue Feb 9 19:48, 2010 GMT
All your bots belong to us Purveyors of a new botnet toolkit are touting a feature aimed at aspiring cybercriminals: the opportunity to commandeer computers already compromised by an established crimeware package known as Zeus.… The power of collaboration within unified communications
Upstart crimeware wages turf war on mighty Zeus bot
Tue Feb 9 20:00, 2010 GMT
Help Net Security 26 Windows, Office holes patched in 13 bulletins CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... Microsoft delivers huge Windows security update Computerworld Patch Tuesday: Microsoft plugs critical Windows worm holes ZDNet (blog) all 15 news articles »
26 Windows, Office holes patched in 13 bulletins - CNET
Tue Feb 9 17:34, 2010 GMT
Jonathan Schwartz was a prolific blogger and now has begun tweeting. The next possibility: a book about being Sun's chief executive.
Ex-Sun CEO ponders autobiography
Tue Feb 9 20:55, 2010 GMT
The conversation about where to draw the line between privacy and security is as old as society itself. I didn't mean to so forcefully insert myself into the middle of that debate when I wrote about a Microsoft executive ruminating on the possibility of driver's licenses for the Internet. Alas, here I am...
WEB/TECH: Driver's Licenses for the Internet (All About Jazz)
Thu Jan 1 00:00, 1970 GMT
A new study by security software vendor McAfee finds a growing number of cyber attacks originating in China and predicts even more malware scams will target fans of popular social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter.
McAfee Finds Spike In Malware From China
Tue Feb 9 21:53, 2010 GMT
Google Inc co-founder Sergey Brin said on Tuesday it has become "very hard to operate" in China, but he is optimistic that the Internet company can continue to "open up information for everyone everywhere, free of political censorship."
Google says very hard to operate in China (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
Tue Feb 9 22:55, 2010 GMT
Baidu , the leading search engine operator in China, this afternoon reported blow-out financial results for the fourth quarter of 2009. The company's Q4 profit rose 48.2% to 427.9 million yuan (approx. $62.7 million), or $1.80 a share. Revenue rose 40% to 1.26 billion yuan, or about $184.7 million, compared to the same period a year ago. In the wake of Google's stand against censorship of its ...
Baidu Raises Revenue Forecasts In Wake Of Google’s Potential China Exit (TechCrunch)
Wed Feb 10 00:05, 2010 GMT
Stanley Lubman: Internet Censorship in China and Human Rights Wall Street Journal (blog) Stanley Lubman, a long-time specialist on Chinese law, argues that the US may be doing more harm than good by linking China's Internet censorship to human ... China sees an array of Internet threats and moves to tighten control mydigitalfc.com all 2 news articles »
Stanley Lubman: Internet Censorship in China and Human Rights - Wall Street Journal (blog)
Wed Feb 10 00:19, 2010 GMT
Campus Web Security A*Hole Busted for Extorting Student File-Sharers - Crawdaddy! The Magazine of Rock. A University of Georgia internet security analyst, whose job it was to monitor the university network for illegal file-sharing, did his job alright — and ...
Campus Web Security A*Hole Busted for Extorting Student File-Sharers - Crawdaddy! The Magazine of Rock
Wed Feb 10 01:17, 2010 GMT
Hackers launch 'Operation Titstorm' in protest of internet and porn censorship.
Hack attack on government websites (WA Today)
Wed Feb 10 01:15, 2010 GMT
Anonymous has targeted the Australian Government today in a co-ordinated protest raid against Australia’s ban on small breasts and proposed introduction of Internet censorship. The raid started at 8am AEDT (1pm US PST) and involves denial of service attacks against key government sites, spam, black faxes and prank phone calls. According to The Age, several sites [...]
Anonymous Targets Australian Gov. Over Censorship In Operation Titstorm (The Inquisitr)
Wed Feb 10 02:20, 2010 GMT
CANBERRA (Reuters) - Computer hackers disabled several Australian government websites Wednesday in coordinated attacks protesting against a planned internet filter aimed at pornography.
Australia websites hacked over porn filter plan
Wed Feb 10 02:45, 2010 GMT
France24 Baidu posts jump in quarterly earnings on stronger revenue, beating expectations CanadianBusiness.com The announcement comes amid a dispute between rival Google Inc. and China's government over Internet censorship and hacking. During the three months ending ... Baidu 4Q earnings up 48 percent as revenue climbs The Associated Press Baidu beats Wall St estimates, sees higher revenue Reuters Baidu Raises Revenue Forecasts In Wake Of Google's Potential China Exit TechCrunch (blog) Financial Times all 115 news articles »
Baidu posts jump in quarterly earnings on stronger revenue, beating expectations - CanadianBusiness.com
Wed Feb 10 02:55, 2010 GMT
An internet protest group has launched an attack on Government websites in a protest against the proposed internet filter and censorship of some pornography.
Pro-porn hackers target government websites (ABC via Yahoo!7 News)
Wed Feb 10 02:59, 2010 GMT
Groups opposing the government's internet censorship plans have condemned today's attacks on government websites, saying it will do little to help their cause, while Communications Minister Stephen Conroy called them "totally irresponsible".
Hackers storm Government websites (The Independent Weekly)
Wed Feb 10 03:01, 2010 GMT
Hackers launch 'Operation Titstorm' in protest of internet freedom and porn censorship.
Rudd in 'Titstorm' over government websites (WA Today)
Wed Feb 10 02:47, 2010 GMT
Sydney Morning Herald Pro-porn protesters target government websites ABC Online But lobby groups campaigning against internet censorship in Australia have condemned the attacks as "harmful". Stop Internet Censorship co-founder Nicholas ... Anonymous Attacks Australian Government Over Censorship ChannelNews Anonymous brings down government websites Ninemsn Anonymous Targets Australian Gov. Over Censorship In Operation Titstorm The Inquisitr Australian Personal Computer  - Smart Company (blog)  - Secure Computing all 42 news articles »
Pro-porn protesters target government websites - ABC Online
Wed Feb 10 05:27, 2010 GMT
Feb. 10 (Bloomberg) -- Google Inc.’s decision to stop censoring Internet searches is “encouraging” for people pushing for greater freedom in China, dissident and artist Ai Weiwei wrote in an opinion piece for today’s Wall Street Journal.
Google Praised by China Activist Who Warns of ‘Monster’ State (Bloomberg)
Wed Feb 10 05:34, 2010 GMT
Sydney Morning Herald Govt sites buckle as Operation Titstorm launches DDoS attack Australian Personal Computer Australia's laws on internet censorship are already among the most restrictive in the western world. Their government filters more internet content than any ... Pro-porn protesters target government websites ABC Online Anonymous Attacks Australian Government Over Censorship ChannelNews Anonymous brings down government websites Ninemsn The Inquisitr  - Smart Company (blog)  - Secure Computing all 49 news articles »
Govt sites buckle as Operation Titstorm launches DDoS attack - Australian Personal Computer
Wed Feb 10 05:38, 2010 GMT
Australian government websites were disabled on Wednesday by a group of computer hackers who tried to express their protect against a planned Internet filter on porn production. According to the reports confirmed by the Attorney General’s Department Australia’s parliamentary website was down for about an hour. The attack also hit the website of the Communications Department, which is pushing a compulsory internet filter for pornography and offensive content. read more
Hackers attack Australian government protesting against online porn filter
Wed Feb 10 03:05, 2010 GMT
The Age Anonymous brings down government websites Ninemsn Anonymous hacked into Prime Minister Kevin Rudd's website in September last year in a similar protest to proposed internet censorship reforms. ... Pro-porn protesters target government websites ABC Online Anonymous Attacks Australian Government Over Censorship ChannelNews Anonymous Targets Australian Gov. Over Censorship In Operation Titstorm The Inquisitr Australian Personal Computer  - MuMbrella  - Smart Company (blog) all 53 news articles »
Anonymous brings down government websites - Ninemsn
Wed Feb 10 07:25, 2010 GMT
ABC News Baidu Posts Jump in 4Q Earnings as Revenue Climbs ABC News The announcement Wednesday comes amid a dispute between rival Google Inc. and China's government over Internet censorship and hacking. ... and more »
Baidu Posts Jump in 4Q Earnings as Revenue Climbs - ABC News
Wed Feb 10 07:17, 2010 GMT
Brisbane Times Operation Titstorm: Activists take down government websites DigitalJournal.com In a continuing protest against Internet censorship , activist group Anonymous has brought down Australian government websites in protest against Internet ... Pro-porn protesters target government websites ABC Online Anonymous brings down government websites Ninemsn Anonymous Attacks Australian Government Over Censorship ChannelNews The Inquisitr  - Australian Personal Computer  - MuMbrella all 58 news articles »
Operation Titstorm: Activists take down government websites - DigitalJournal.com
Wed Feb 10 07:49, 2010 GMT
Hackers shut down several Australian government Web sites Wednesday in a coordinated attack against a proposed Internet filter that targets pornography and criminal sites.
Hackers disrupt Australian government Web sites (Brisbane Times)
Wed Feb 10 07:30, 2010 GMT
Washington Post Baidu posts jump in 4Q earnings as revenue climbs The Associated Press The announcement Wednesday comes amid a dispute between rival Google Inc. and China's government over Internet censorship and hacking. ... Baidu Profit Up 48%; Expects Strong 1Q Revenue Wall Street Journal Baidu tops forecasts, sees gains from Google-China spat Reuters Baidu Raises Revenue Forecasts In Wake Of Google's Potential China Exit TechCrunch (blog) Financial Times all 201 news articles »
Baidu posts jump in 4Q earnings as revenue climbs - The Associated Press
Wed Feb 10 08:10, 2010 GMT
Hackers shut down several Australian government websites Wednesday in a coordinated attack against a proposed internet filter that targets pornography and criminal sites.
Australian hackers launch attack on govt websites (3news)
Wed Feb 10 08:46, 2010 GMT
SYDNEY, Australia - A shadowy group of cyber-activists blocked key Australian government websites on Wednesday to protest against controversial plans to filter the Internet.
Australian government websites blocked in censorship protest (ABS-CBNNEWS.com)
Wed Feb 10 08:56, 2010 GMT
SYDNEY, Australia - Hackers shut down several Australian government Web sites Wednesday in a co-ordinated attack against a proposed Internet filter that targets pornography and criminal sites.
Hackers shut down Australian government Web sites to protest compulsory Internet filter (Kitchener - Waterloo Record)
Wed Feb 10 09:19, 2010 GMT
SYDNEY: Hackers shut down several Australian government websites Wednesday in a coordinated attack against a proposed Internet filter that targets pornography and criminal sites.
Hackers disrupt Australian govt websites (China Daily)
Wed Feb 10 09:02, 2010 GMT
A shadowy group of cyber-activists blocked key Australian government websites on Wednesday to protest against controversial plans to filter the Internet.
Australian govt websites face censorship protest (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Wed Feb 10 10:45, 2010 GMT
If you haven’t seen our coverage before, the Australian Government is proposing to introduce Chinese style internet censorship on internet access in Australia. Going into the last Australian Election, the Australian Labor Party (ALP) presented a policy of voluntary internet censorship to the polls. That policy stated that a filtered version of the internet should be [...]
Why The Australian Anti-Censorship Movement May Lose (The Inquisitr)
Wed Feb 10 10:46, 2010 GMT
AFP Aussies rebel over Internet censorship Inquirer The government has indicated that as part of its censorship campaign all pictures of small breasted women will be banned. Australians will also be forbidden ... Anonymous Attacks Australian Government Over Censorship ChannelNews Pro-porn protesters target government websites ABC Online Anonymous Targets Australian Gov. Over Censorship In Operation Titstorm The Inquisitr Ninemsn  - DigitalJournal.com  - Australian Personal Computer all 133 news articles »
Aussies rebel over Internet censorship - Inquirer
Wed Feb 10 11:01, 2010 GMT
Unauthorised flag-waving prompts auto-censorship MTV in Mexico pulled an episode of South Park on Monday night because it didn't have the necessary government permission to show the Mexican flag featured in the cartoon.… The power of collaboration within unified communications
MTV Mexico pulls <em>South Park</em> episode
Wed Feb 10 11:47, 2010 GMT
Critics slam DDoS attack as an enormous boob Cyberactivists have launched an distributed denial of service attack on Australian government servers, as part of a protest against proposed anti-porn and net censorship regulations.… Case Study: WhatsUp keeps Legoland turnstyles ringing
Activists unleash Operation Titstorm on Aussie.gov
Wed Feb 10 07:33, 2010 GMT
The Internet Spying Problem Back Here Technologizer (blog) But neither nation has an unblemished record on Internet privacy , says Eben Moglen, a Columbia University law professor and founder of the Software Freedom ... Cybersecurity Is A Worldwide Imperative Philadelphia Bulletin all 3 news articles »
The Internet Spying Problem Back Here - Technologizer (blog)
Wed Feb 10 13:29, 2010 GMT
Groups opposing internet censorship plans have condemned attacks on government websites, saying they will harm their cause.
Hacker raid condemned (The Age)
Wed Feb 10 14:16, 2010 GMT
A survey commissioned by an Australian news show found that 80 percent of respondents supported the government's proposed filter
Survey finds 80pc of Australians back internet filter
Wed Feb 10 15:59, 2010 GMT
An anonymous reader writes "A band of cyber-attackers have taken down the Australian Parliament House website and hacked Prime Minister Kevin Rudd's website in coordinated protests against government plans to filter the Internet. The group responsible, called Anonymous, is known for coordinated Internet attacks against Scientology and other groups in the past. It recently turned its attention ...
Hackers Attack AU Websites To Protest Censorship (Slashdot) Court climbdown interrupts latest government offensive against media Kazakhstan - Court climbdown interrupts latest government offensive against media"> Kazakhstan -
Wed Feb 10 16:22, 2010 GMT
Reporters Without Borders hails yesterday's climbdown by a court in the Almaty district of Medeu as a victory for independent news media and press freedom organisations over a government bid to impose de facto censorship throughout the country. The court rescinded the order it issued a week earlier banning all of the Kazakh media from publishing any information that could damage the reputation of President Nursultan Nazarbayev's son-in-law, businessman Timur Kulibayev. “A campaign of (...)
Italian Decree Highlights Creeping Internet Censorship - Internet Evolution
Wed Feb 10 17:41, 2010 GMT
Washington Post Baidu Shares up on 1Q Revenue Outlook, 4Q Results ABC News Baidu, whose rival Google Inc. is clashing with the Chinese government over Internet censorship and hacking issues, said late Tuesday that revenue in the ... Baidu posts jump in 4Q earnings as revenue climbs The Associated Press Google threatens to leave Chinese market The Collegian online Tension Mounting Between US and China Because of Google The Positive SEO Blog Community (press release) (blog) Wall Street Journal  - World Socialist Web Site  - Ethiopian Review all 520 news articles »
Baidu Shares up on 1Q Revenue Outlook, 4Q Results - ABC News
Wed Feb 10 18:16, 2010 GMT
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Wed Feb 10 17:45, 2010 GMT
Rosalie Marshall, V3.co.uk , Wednesday 10 February 2010 at 17:35:00 Australian government sites buckle under DDoS assault Official Australian web sites have been attacked by a group campaigning against the government's plan to ban internet pornography. The affected sites include the main Australian government site , the Australian Parliament House and the Department of Broadband, Communications ...
Operation Titstorm attacks Aussie web filtering plans (vnunet.com)
Wed Feb 10 20:32, 2010 GMT
Several Australian government websites were slowly recovering Wednesday hours after the online prankster group, Anonymous, unleashed a massive distributed denial-of-service attack to protest the country’s evolution toward internet censorship. The group, which has brought down Scientology’s websites and undertaken a host of other online pranks, dubbed the attack “Operation Titstorm” to protest the government’s move to [...]
Anonymous Unfurls ‘Operation Titstorm’
Wed Feb 10 21:00, 2010 GMT
LOS ANGELES - Hoping to boost revenue, MySpace Music has begun experimenting with audio advertisements that users must hear if they want to listen to music for free online.
TechBits: MySpace audio ads; Facebook on AIM; Australian Internet filters (Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune)
Tue Feb 9 20:10, 2010 GMT
A Private-Public Partnership Needed For Cyber Security Atlantic Online This morning, I attended the Internet Security Alliance's presentation of a recognition award to former Obama Administration acting cyber security chief ... Melissa Hathaway Awarded Top Honor by Internet Security Alliance The New New Internet ACLU Objects to Reported Google Partnership With NSA PC World Cyber Crime is Not Some 15-year-old Kid Experimenting With Viruses The Moderate Voice TIME (blog)  - NewsWithViews.com  - mydigitalfc.com all 28 news articles »
A Private-Public Partnership Needed For Cyber Security - Atlantic Online
Wed Feb 10 21:30, 2010 GMT
Disaster recovery news briefs: Acronis introduces new data security product Search Storage Users can also customize their experience by setting up parental controls and block unauthorized access to their wireless networks. ... Acronis Releases Security Solutions for Windows 7 Softpedia all 7 news articles »
Disaster recovery news briefs: Acronis introduces new data security product - Search Storage
Wed Feb 10 21:30, 2010 GMT
Reuters Gmail blocked in Iran ahead of protests? CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... Iran to Suspend Google's Email Wall Street Journal Iran Shuts Down Gmail, Announces National E-Mail Service FOXNews Iran to Pull the Plug on Gmail? Wired News Mashable (blog)  - Reuters  - NEWS.com.au all 90 news articles »
Gmail blocked in Iran ahead of protests? - CNET
Wed Feb 10 23:41, 2010 GMT
Premature Mountain View worship Comment From the department of premature congratulations: One of China's best-known artists and activists just spoke out in support of Google's "decision" to stop censoring search results inside the world's most populous nation.… Web threats: Why conventional protection doesn't work
One month later, Google still censors China search
Thu Feb 11 00:11, 2010 GMT
Report: Mideast, North African countries censor, control media CNN With the rise of the Internet , censorship efforts have emerged in Iran and other places across the region. Iran "also cracked down on online media following ... and more »
Report: Mideast, North African countries censor, control media - CNN
Thu Feb 11 00:27, 2010 GMT
USA Today Google faces crackdown in Iran Financial Times Iranian officials have also said they will impose a permanent block on Gmail. This was a significant escalation of their normally sporadic attacks on the ... Gmail blocked in Iran ahead of protests? CNET Iran to Suspend Google's Email Wall Street Journal Iran Shuts Down Gmail, Announces National E-Mail Service FOXNews Mashable (blog)  - Reuters  - Newser all 113 news articles »
Google faces crackdown in Iran - Financial Times
Thu Feb 11 00:20, 2010 GMT
Australia is poised to introduce some of the most severe internet restrictions in the democratic world – and the hackers don't like it. Yesterday they vented their ire on government websites, shutting them down in co-ordinated attacks and plastering the Prime Minister's home page with pornography.
Hackers declare cyber war on Australia (Independent)
Thu Feb 11 03:29, 2010 GMT
MELBOURNE, Feb. 10 (UPI) -- Hackers in Australia launched attacks on government Web sites to protest upcoming Internet filtering legislation and perceived censorship, officials said.
Australian hackers hit government sites (UPI)
Thu Feb 11 03:39, 2010 GMT
Google says its Gmail in Iran has dropped sharply, amid reports Iran's government may curb access ahead of possible protests.
Google's Iran web users 'blocked'
Thu Feb 11 01:34, 2010 GMT
Reuters Iran to Suspend Google's Gmail Wall Street Journal The move marks another effort by the regime to close the gap with its opposition in controlling Iranian cyberspace, according to Internet security experts. ... Google faces crackdown in Iran Financial Times Gmail blocked in Iran ahead of protests? CNET Iran Disrupts Internet Service Ahead of Protests New York Times Tom's Guide  - Reuters  - Techdirt all 171 news articles »
Iran to Suspend Google's Gmail - Wall Street Journal
Thu Feb 11 06:14, 2010 GMT
In the lead up to expected changes to censorship laws, Google says it won't voluntarily comply with the Australian government's requests.
Local: Google Says 'No' To Australian Censorship (SameSame)
Thu Feb 11 08:40, 2010 GMT
On Wednesday the Wall Street Journal reported that the Iranian government plans to suspend Google email service for its citizens. Meantime, Google reported that there was a sharp decline in the use of its service in Iran and that some users in the country were having trouble accessing Gmail, but said its networks were working properly. read more
Iran blocks Gmail service across the country
Thu Feb 11 09:51, 2010 GMT
Mullahs throttle Gmail ahead of opposition protests MEPs singled out Nokia Siemens for criticism over selling censorship and surveillance systems to Iran on Wednesday… Offloading malware protection to the cloud
MEPs slam Nokia Siemens for aiding Iranian censors (The Register)
Thu Feb 11 09:57, 2010 GMT
Hackers in Australia launched attacks on government Web sites to protest upcoming Internet filtering legislation and perceived censorship, officials said.
Australian Hackers Hit Government Sites (OfficialWire)
Thu Feb 11 10:50, 2010 GMT
Gmail users in Iran have experienced problems, while The Wall Street Journal reports that the Iranian government says it will shut down Google's email service
Reports say Gmail blocked in Iran ahead of protests
Thu Feb 11 08:23, 2010 GMT
It looks as if norms of the decree about censorship on the Internet should apply only to oppositional websites.
Decree number 60 is not binding for official websites?
Thu Feb 11 12:52, 2010 GMT
Sydney Morning Herald Internet Censorship Protest Shuts Down Australian Government Websites Prison Planet.com Despite the Australian government promising that the Internet filter would only be used to block access to child pornography and other illegal websites, ... Aussies rebel over Internet censorship Inquirer Anonymous Unfurls 'Operation Titstorm' Wired News Anonymous issues ultimatum to Australian government The Tech Herald ZDNet Australia  - Secure Computing  - ComputerworldUK (blog) all 304 news articles »
Internet Censorship Protest Shuts Down Australian Government Websites - Prison Planet.com
Thu Feb 11 14:07, 2010 GMT
Operation Titstorm DDoS more of a bee sting The Anonymous denial of service campaign against Australian government websites on Wednesday in protest against mandatory net filtering plans was a relatively modest affair, but still managed to disrupt the access to targeted websites.…
Aussie anti-censor attacks strafe gov websites Connections severed or slowed and Google Mail blocked in latest anti-Internet offensive Iran - Connections severed or slowed and Google Mail blocked in latest anti-Internet offensive "> Iran -
Thu Feb 11 14:09, 2010 GMT
Reporters Without Borders condemns the government's latest offensive against the Internet coinciding with celebrations marking the Islamic Revolution's 31st anniversary. Online access has again been disrupted, as it is whenever opposition protests are expected. In major cities such as Tehran, Mashhad, Isfahan, Ahvaz and Shiraz, Internet connections have been slowed right down, restricted to certain neighbourhoods or entirely suspended in some areas for the past few days. Some mobile phone (...)
France falls under Internet censorship - Inquirer
Thu Feb 11 15:40, 2010 GMT
I have been following with interest the past 18 months or so the Australian government's controversial plans to censor the Internet . The government has conducted censorship trials which it declared a success last summer, and as a result in December it announced that would formally introduce its plan to blacklist websites sometime in 2010.
Australia's Internet Censorship Plans Creating Backlash (IEEE Spectrum)
Thu Feb 11 17:18, 2010 GMT
Today, we focus on the fallout from the Google's threat to pull out of China, due to a series of sophisticated hacks and attacks on Google, as well as a dozen more IT companies. Due to the attacks late last year, Google on Jan. 12 vowed to stop censoring Internet content for China's Web users and possibly to leave the country altogether.
Internet Governance in a World of Cyberwarcraft (E-Commerce Times)
Thu Feb 11 17:40, 2010 GMT
The press, the blogosphere, CircleID - everybody has been discussing Craig Mundie's comment on the need for an "Internet Driver's License". Most of the reaction has been from privacy advocates fearing that this is simply another way to kill anonymity on the Internet.
"Internet Drivers License" - A Short History Lesson (CircleID)
Thu Feb 11 20:00, 2010 GMT
BBC News Google Buzz Gives Spammers a New Sweet Spot TechNewsWorld In general, Internet security experts become alarmed whenever a new social networking app looks like it is going to become the next big craze. ... Why is Google suddenly so evil? BetaNews Google Buzz leaves privacy concerns ringing in ears Register Another Google Buzz privacy concern Computerworld (blog) TMC Net  - ABH News  - Foreign Policy all 1,942 news articles »
Google Buzz Gives Spammers a New Sweet Spot - TechNewsWorld
Thu Feb 11 20:16, 2010 GMT
Pocket-lint.com Windows security update causes 'blue screen of death' for some CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... MS Patch Causes Blue Screen of Death Watching the Watchers.org (blog) Hefty February Microsoft security patch arrives GCN.com Microsoft plans antipiracy update for Windows 7 CNET all 142 news articles »
Windows security update causes 'blue screen of death' for some - CNET
Thu Feb 11 22:54, 2010 GMT
Shedding China's shackles on free speech is proving to be easier said than done for Google Inc. The Internet search leader is still censoring its results in China a month after Google's leaders took a public stand against Chinese laws that require the removal... Presented By: Comcast Business Class Look at your bill and find out how much your business can save with Comcast Business Class ...
Google's convoluted search for China compromise (San Francisco Chronicle)
Thu Feb 11 22:45, 2010 GMT
THE CONFLICT: Google has vowed to shut down its China-based search engine unless the country's government eases requirements that some results be censored.
Summary Box: Google's showdown over China's Internet censorship turning into drawn-out battle (Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune)
Fri Feb 12 00:48, 2010 GMT
While much of the rest of the world frets about Chinese cyberspying abroad, China is increasingly alarmed about the threat that the Internet poses to its security and political stability.
China Alarmed by Threat Cyberattacks Pose to Security (New York Times)
Fri Feb 12 00:52, 2010 GMT
Internet content filtering is an acceptable solution and could become a global phenomenon, according to IDC analyst.
Australia Internet filtering a test case for global clean-feed (ARNnet)
Fri Feb 12 01:09, 2010 GMT
While much of the rest of the world frets about Chinese cyberspying abroad, China is increasingly alarmed about the threat that the Internet poses to its security and political stability.
China Alarmed by Threat to Security From Cyberattacks (International Herald Tribune)
Fri Feb 12 02:28, 2010 GMT
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Japanese Market Trades Firm - RTT News
Fri Feb 12 03:42, 2010 GMT
(For more stories on China-U.S. ties, click) Feb 12 (Reuters) - Ties between China and the United States will be tested this year by many issues: currency, trade, Internet censorship, human rights, U.S. arms sales to Taiwan and President Barack Obama's meeting with the Dalai Lama. Leaders will also have several chances to meet, both at the bilateral level and at summits. Here is a timeline of ...
(AFX UK Focus) 2010-02-12 03:25 TIMELINE-The obstacle course for U.S.-China ties in 2010 (Interactive Investor)
Fri Feb 12 05:04, 2010 GMT
Shedding China’s shackles on free speech is proving to be easier said than done for Google Inc. The Internet search leader is still censoring its results in China a month after Google’s leaders took a public stand against Chinese laws that require the removal of links to Web sites that the government deems subversive or offensive. Citing the sensitivity of the talks, Google officials won’t say ...
China, Google in dance fight to save face over censorship (Richmond Times-Dispatch)
Fri Feb 12 08:44, 2010 GMT
angry tapir writes "French lawmakers will vote next Tuesday on a proposal to filter Internet traffic. Part of a new security bill, the measure is intended to catch child pornographers. However, once the filtering system is in place it will allow the government to censor other material too. Slashdot has previously discussed Australia's proposed ISP-level filter." Read more of this story at ...
France Votes Tuesday On Net Censorship (Slashdot)
Fri Feb 12 11:28, 2010 GMT
Internet Scams Increase Over Valentines Day NewsTalk 1010 WCSI With the arrival of Valentine's Day come an increase in spam and internet scams. Dave Marcus, Director of Security Research with McAfee Labs says online ... and more »
Internet Scams Increase Over Valentines Day - NewsTalk 1010 WCSI
Fri Feb 12 12:00, 2010 GMT
Google’s row with China over Internet freedom has aroused an universal concern for its controversial mechanism of information censorship. Many cannot help but wonder what is China’s rationale underlying Internet censorship? And what kind of websites are forbidden?
China government's undesired websites unveiled (Phayul)
Thu Feb 11 23:16, 2010 GMT
Einstein 2: US government's 'enlightening' new cybersecurity weapon San Francisco Chronicle (See "US Internet security plan revamped.") Together, the Einstein program and the TIC Initiative are designed to bolster the ability of federal agencies to ... Einstein 2 finding thousands of cyberattacks weekly FederalNewsRadio.com all 7 news articles »
Einstein 2: US government's 'enlightening' new cybersecurity weapon - San Francisco Chronicle
Fri Feb 12 12:02, 2010 GMT
The company's mission to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible has put it on a collision course with censors around the globe.
Google Rejects Australian Censorship (InformationWeek)
Fri Feb 12 12:58, 2010 GMT
Lawmakers vote on filters intended to catch child pornographers French lawmakers will vote next Tuesday on a proposal to filter Internet traffic. Part of a new security bill, the measure is intended to catch child pornographers, but critics say it won't succeed. Once the filtering system is in place, though, it will allow the government to censor other material too.
France considers Internet censorship (TechWorld)
Fri Feb 12 13:37, 2010 GMT
A WAVE of cyber attacks by people protesting against internet censorship shut down the Federal Parliament website for the three days and flooded parliamentary staff with abusive and pornographic spam emails.
Porn fans attack website to protest against censorship (Brisbane Times)
Fri Feb 12 15:50, 2010 GMT
Telegraph.co.uk Aussie Internet Censorship Updates RecentPoker.com It is not clear whether Australian Internet censorship rules would apply to Google, since YouTube is hosted overseas. This week the Computer Research and ... Google Says 'No' To Australian Censorship Same Same Pakistan, Iran, and... Australia? Let's censor Google! Ars Technica Google Rejects Australian Censorship InformationWeek International Business Times Australia  - SmartCompany.com.au  - BollyPatrika.com (blog) all 29 news articles »
Aussie Internet Censorship Updates - RecentPoker.com
Fri Feb 12 19:24, 2010 GMT
Speaker Nancy Pelosi sacrifices civil liberties in the name of national security California Independent Voter Network Is there any reason to suspect internet censorship will not be utilized to the ends of national propaganda? Imagine if we could only access news that ... and more »
Speaker Nancy Pelosi sacrifices civil liberties in the name of national security - California Independent Voter Network
Fri Feb 12 21:16, 2010 GMT
French to vote on internet censorship bill next week Downloadsquad (blog) Theoretically, the administration could decide to block Google, Facebook, or any internet address that they consider to be in violation. ...
French to vote on internet censorship bill next week - Downloadsquad (blog)
Fri Feb 12 22:20, 2010 GMT
A month after Google declared that it might leave China, if it is not allowed to offer uncensored search results, co-founder Sergey Brin sheds no new light on those talks.
Google's Brin offers no hint at China resolution
Fri Feb 12 22:19, 2010 GMT
Google co-founder Sergey Brin on Friday said he's optimistic that his search engine will not have to pull out of China over hacking and censorship issues.
Google 'optimistic' it won't pull out of China (CNN)
Fri Feb 12 23:23, 2010 GMT
BBC News Brewing Over Buzz PubliCola (blog) Worse, the Google Profile page still lacks privacy options, which is troubling, since half of the fields sound like typical Internet security questions ... Google updates Buzz social-networking service amid privacy concerns Los Angeles Times Google Considers Offering Buzz Service Outside Gmail BusinessWeek Google Buzz Privacy Concerns Are Overblown PC Magazine Computerworld  - The AtlanticWire (blog)  - GeekSugar.com (blog) all 2,559 news articles »
Brewing Over Buzz - PubliCola (blog)
Sat Feb 13 18:57, 2010 GMT
Poker Deposits Opens To Frustrated Poker Site Players Online PR News (press release) Players in Russia enjoy depositing at Webmoney Poker Sites. As the legal situation around the world develops, players can be confident that ...
Poker Deposits Opens To Frustrated Poker Site Players - Online PR News (press release)
Sat Feb 13 22:22, 2010 GMT
I live in a country (France) where censorship is a big deal. It comes mostly from greedy celebrities; they use a legal system that largely favors them. Often, they find a compassionate judge to rule on the issue of extracting money as compensation for a supposed privacy violation or for some other...
Apple's iPad could be game-changer in digital-media censorship (Washington Post)
Sun Feb 14 08:05, 2010 GMT
Amid the Google cyberattack controversy and China's recent show of anti-hacking force, Chinese web sites continue to provide hacker training and spyware with impunity. Trojan horse attackers derive 95 percent of their revenues from selling virtual items and online game accounts.
Hackers in China Feast on a Lucrative Market (Enterprise Security Today)
Sun Feb 14 10:02, 2010 GMT
Minister opts for Google China-style stifling Recent DDoS chaos on the Australian internet may have been great fun for all involved – but behind the good-humoured anarchy lies a growing concern that the government really does have a dark and Big Brotherly vision for the future of politics in the country.… What is your recession sales strategy?
Aussie net censorship turning Chinese
Sun Feb 14 23:27, 2010 GMT
One of the newest cyber warriors is Austin Heap, a 25-year-old San Francisco software developer who helped launch Haystack, a program to help Iranians wiggle past government filters as tensions between authorities and the opposition movement surge.
Computer savvy activists launch attacks to punch holes in online shields of authoritative regimes (San Jose Mercury News)
Mon Feb 15 00:05, 2010 GMT
China: Internet censorship and cyber heists The Guardian When Google threatened to quit China, most of the focus was on human rights and the country's extensive system of internet censorship , the Great Firewall. ... Cyberattacks from China threaten world's businesses Louisville Courier-Journal Google comes against China's great firewall Statesman Journal Is China's attack on web porn about stifling freedom? CTV.ca all 6 news articles »
China: Internet censorship and cyber heists - The Guardian
Mon Feb 15 01:29, 2010 GMT
Anonymous, best known for its masked protests against the Church of Scientology, has branched out into denial-of-service attacks against Australian government websites to protest the Rudd Government's plans for mandatory internet "filtering".
Tough titties: Govt sites stormed (ZDNet Australia)
Mon Feb 15 02:53, 2010 GMT
Stephen Conroy's response on the internet filter didn't end the debate - in fact, he appears to have opened up some new issues, including one with Google.
The filter smackdown continues — now with added Google controversy (Crikey)
Mon Feb 15 02:44, 2010 GMT
internet censorship, the Great Firewall. China rebuffed such criticism. Countries that censor political speech on the internet are quick to point out that ­western nations also have laws governing co...
Internet censorship and cyber heists (MalaysiaNews.net)
Mon Feb 15 04:55, 2010 GMT
The Federal Government's plan to compel Internet Service Providers to filter the Internet has been unanimously opposed by Australasian Computer Science academics, says University of Sydney Associate Professor Bjorn Landfeldt.
Internet filtering laws outdated before they are passed (University of Sydney News)
Mon Feb 15 04:36, 2010 GMT
Focused Research Awards grant professors $2 million for study CMU The Tartan Online While Faloutsos and his team focused on searching the Internet , another Carnegie Mellon group zeroed in on Internet privacy concerns. ...
Focused Research Awards grant professors $2 million for study - CMU The Tartan Online
Mon Feb 15 09:28, 2010 GMT
Visa Inc. (NYSE: V), the world's largest retail electronic payments network1, and DeviceFidelity Inc. today announced plans to market an innovative ...
Visa collaborates with DeviceFidelity for contactless m-payments
Mon Feb 15 10:00, 2010 GMT
Russian PC protection takes the internet security fight to IT fraudsters RT Evgeny Kaspersky, the head of Kaspersky Lab, Russia's biggest internet security firm, says his industry is the only one that hasn't suffered from the ... Kaspersky Research finds China as the Top Malware Contributor SPAMfighter News all 2 news articles »
Russian PC protection takes the internet security fight to IT fraudsters - RT
Mon Feb 15 11:33, 2010 GMT
A team is created in an attempt to strengthen a challenge to online fraudsters that has yet to result in any convictions.
New front for cybercrime battle
Mon Feb 15 14:15, 2010 GMT
China's Self-Defeating Censorship New York Times 1 seems designed in part to target netizens and Web activists when, and if, Internet access is fully restored. During the debate over Internet censorship ...
China's Self-Defeating Censorship - New York Times
Mon Feb 15 16:53, 2010 GMT
World Bank clarifies stand on Sri Lankan telecom body The Hindu It asserted that the pact has no provision or scope to utilise the grant these funds to implement an Internet censorship program as implied by the English ...
World Bank clarifies stand on Sri Lankan telecom body - The Hindu
Mon Feb 15 21:50, 2010 GMT
American Push-Back Against China Is Bitter Medicine Huffington Post (blog) Two days after the first year anniversary of President Obama's inauguration, Senator Clinton criticized China by name for its internet censorship practices. ... China to Allow US Aircraft Carrier Port Call in Hong Kong Voice of America all 5 news articles »
American Push-Back Against China Is Bitter Medicine - Huffington Post (blog)
Tue Feb 16 02:02, 2010 GMT
The Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA), has joined with Google, Inspire Foundation and Yahoo to express opposition to the mandatory ISP filter.
Librarians: Close the books on Internet filtering (CIO)
Tue Feb 16 05:00, 2010 GMT
The cyber attack on Google and other high-tech U.S. firms originating in China last December continues to have consequences surely unforeseen by the attackers.The intrusion sought out proprietary information and access to the Gmail accounts of Chinese human rights activists. The early suspicion was that the Chinese government was behind the attack, but it could have been an unaffiliated gang of ...
Google searches for help (Knoxville News Sentinel)
Tue Feb 16 05:42, 2010 GMT
Sri Lanka cannot use its funds for net censorship says World Bank Lanka Business Online "This consultancy does not include any provisions or scope to include Internet censorship and the Bank would not approve any such provision," the World Bank ... World Bank clarifies stand on Sri Lankan telecom body The Hindu all 21 news articles »
Sri Lanka cannot use its funds for net censorship says World Bank - Lanka Business Online
Tue Feb 16 06:08, 2010 GMT
Comodo Dragon Protects Online Privacy - TechWhack (press release). Dragon's enhancements increase security and protect user privacy . Comodo Dragon offers a new feature for Internet users. Websites all have digital ...
Comodo Dragon Protects Online Privacy - TechWhack (press release)
Tue Feb 16 07:05, 2010 GMT
Two separate groups opposed to the Federal Government's proposed mandatory internet filter have become divided on how to voice their disapproval.
Filter protesters part ways (ZDNet Australia)
Tue Feb 16 05:36, 2010 GMT
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Tue Feb 16 10:14, 2010 GMT
Oxatis, the leading E-Commerce Solution provider in Europe, partners up with Moneybookers, one of Europe's largest online payment systems with more ...
Moneybookers partners with e-commerce provider Oxatis
Tue Feb 16 11:34, 2010 GMT
And stay out! Apple has banned at least two prominent iPhone hackers from accessing its App Store.…
Apple bans iPhone hackers from App Store
Tue Feb 16 12:10, 2010 GMT
Google and Yahoo have joined a group asking the Australian government to rethink plans to filter the internet.
Net giants query Australia filter
Tue Feb 16 13:58, 2010 GMT
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Google must not be allowed to dominate and block cash from flowing more widely through the mobile telecoms system or else the network operators will not be able to invest to cope with the growing demand for data traffic, Vodafone said on Tuesday.
Smartphones a growing problem for networks
Tue Feb 16 14:47, 2010 GMT
A European ecommerce solutions provider Oxatis is teaming up with Moneybookers, an online payment system with over 80 payment options in more than 200 countries. Oxatis made its choice of Moneybookers as it provides merchants with a secure and hassle-free way of accepting payments. read more
Moneybookers to provide its services to Oxatis ecommerce merchants
Tue Feb 16 18:17, 2010 GMT
Telegraph.co.uk A New Reason to Hate Google Buzz: Spam! The Big Money (blog) The Internet security firm reported last Thursday that at least one spammer had already sent a stop-smoking ad into the Buzz network, infecting at least 237 ... Google Buzz Gives Spammers a New Sweet Spot TechNewsWorld Brewing Over Buzz PubliCola (blog) Changes Address Privacy Concerns in Google Buzz Sci-Tech Today USA Today  - Computerworld  - Los Angeles Times all 1,082 news articles »
A New Reason to Hate Google Buzz: Spam! - The Big Money (blog)
Tue Feb 16 19:50, 2010 GMT
Google CEO Seeks To Assure Wireless Carriers Wall Street Journal Asked about growing concerns over Internet privacy and security , Schmidt said password authentication needed to be improved. "Ultimately, privacy will be ...
Google CEO Seeks To Assure Wireless Carriers - Wall Street Journal
Tue Feb 16 19:45, 2010 GMT
Globe and Mail Google's diplomatic alliance with US carries risks Globe and Mail They are not the same thing,” said Rebecca Mackinnon, a fellow at the Open Society Institute who has written extensively about Chinese Internet censorship . ... Being safe in cyber world News@Northeastern all 6 news articles »
Google's diplomatic alliance with US carries risks - Globe and Mail
Tue Feb 16 20:39, 2010 GMT
What's up with Australia's planned Internet filter? CrunchGear (blog) Surely Google knows a thing or two about battling state-sponsored Internet censorship . First, a little background information. There appears to be an effort ... Google Refuses to Block YouTube Videos at Australia's Request Saying that the ... Softpedia Google, Yahoo Protest Australian Internet Filter WebProNews (blog) Google and Yahoo raise doubts over planned net filters BBC News Register  - ARNnet  - TechRadar UK all 19 news articles »
What's up with Australia's planned Internet filter? - CrunchGear (blog)
Tue Feb 16 21:13, 2010 GMT
'Pretty nasty vulnerability' Already besieged by complaints of shoddy user privacy, Google Buzz is susceptible to exploits that allow an attacker to commandeer accounts and even learn where victims are located, a security researcher said Tuesday.… Web threats: Why conventional protection doesn't work
Google Buzz bug exposes user geo location
Tue Feb 16 19:38, 2010 GMT
Scientific American (blog) Being safe in cyber world News@Northeastern A recent survey of 600 information technology (IT) executives in 14 countries found that many believe that Internet security is a growing threat to society. ... 25 ways to better secure software from cyber attacks Scientific American (blog) all 24 news articles »
Being safe in cyber world - News@Northeastern
Tue Feb 16 22:03, 2010 GMT
Christian Science Monitor Washington Group Tests Security in Cyber ShockWave Wall Street Journal (blog) Internet - security experts lauded the simulation. “It's great to see that the US government is taking the appropriate steps to put this type of exercise into ... Security Experts Wrestle With Cyberattack Scenario PC World It's Your Cyberspace Too, So Take Care Of It Atlantic Online (blog) Cyber Shockwave Drill Cripples American Networks, Power Grid TMCnet AFP  - FCW.com  - PR Newswire (press release) all 46 news articles »
Washington Group Tests Security in Cyber ShockWave - Wall Street Journal (blog)
Tue Feb 16 22:16, 2010 GMT
Apple recently banned known hackers who contributed to jailbreaking/unlocking the iPhone from accessing its App Store.
Apple bans hackers from App Store
Tue Feb 16 19:19, 2010 GMT
Google Focuses on "Mobile First," Upcoming Applications at Mobile World Congress PC Magazine (blog) He also answered a variety of questions on Google's attitudes toward mobile operators, net neutrality, Internet privacy and other topics. ... Google CEO goes on mobile charm offensive Reuters @MWC: Google CEO outlines search giant's mobile efforts RCR Wireless all 126 news articles »
Google Focuses on "Mobile First," Upcoming Applications at Mobile World Congress - PC Magazine (blog)
Wed Feb 17 03:00, 2010 GMT
Indonesia is considering proposals to block Internet sites that are deemed to violate "public decency" and privacy, provoking a barrage of criticism from bloggers and web users.
Indonesia looks to block offensive Internet pages (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Wed Feb 17 04:34, 2010 GMT
Anonymous faction rebukes picnic organisers.
Block The Filter accused of censorship protest hijack (iTNews)
Wed Feb 17 05:01, 2010 GMT
Voxy Internet Privacy - Blocking Cookies Is Not Enough Voxy Many people block Internet cookies and think that they are now assured anonymity on the Internet , but the truth is that computers and users can easily be ...
Internet Privacy - Blocking Cookies Is Not Enough - Voxy
Wed Feb 17 02:37, 2010 GMT
War game reveals US lacks cyber-crisis skills Washington Post In a crisis, what power does the government have to order phone and Internet carriers to allow monitoring of their networks? What level of privacy can ... Government is incapable of containing a large cyber attack, experts agree Federal Times all 2 news articles »
War game reveals US lacks cyber-crisis skills - Washington Post
Wed Feb 17 06:00, 2010 GMT
JAKARTA – Indonesia is considering proposals to block Internet sites that are deemed to violate "public decency" and privacy, provoking a barrage of criticism from bloggers and web users. Fresh from a round of film and book bans, the government of President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono is now turning its Read more...
Offensive websites face ban (Malaysian Mirror)
Wed Feb 17 09:53, 2010 GMT
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Wed Feb 17 09:59, 2010 GMT
Euronet Worldwide, Inc. ("Euronet" or the "Company") (NASDAQ: EEFT), a leading electronic payments provider, today announced its full year and fourth ...
Euronet FY income and revenues up; pays steep price for failed MoneyGram bid
Wed Feb 17 11:18, 2010 GMT
Apple has blocked known hackers who contributed to jailbreaking the iPhone from accessing its App Store
Apple bars iPhone hackers from App Store
Wed Feb 17 12:40, 2010 GMT
TUVPN.COM Expands its Internet Privacy & Security Services PR-inside.com (press release) COM protects its customer's security , privacy , and anonymity on the internet . It does this by providing accounts with VPN access via PPTP and OpenVPN, ...
TUVPN.COM Expands its Internet Privacy & Security Services - PR-inside.com (press release)
Wed Feb 17 13:23, 2010 GMT
Lock up your kids and lock down your PC's France yesterday put in its bid for an unlikely prize, becoming the first western country to make to make even Australia look liberal when it comes to state powers of internet censorship.… The power of collaboration within unified communications
France leapfrogs past Australia in Big Brother stakes (The Register)
Wed Feb 17 03:16, 2010 GMT
After the arms sales to Taiwan, criticism of Internet censorship, and Obama's meeting with the Dalai Lama, China’s leaders are in no mood to give in to the U.S. right now, says Bruce Einhorn
Why China Probably Won't Revalue the Yuan Soon (BusinessWeek)
Wed Feb 17 14:31, 2010 GMT
French lawmakers voted on Tuesday to approve a draft law to filter Internet traffic, a measure the government says is intended to catch child pornographers. The bill will now go on for a second and final reading.
French Internet "censorship", filtering moves closer to reality (Macworld UK)
Wed Feb 17 14:35, 2010 GMT
It's good that censorship is difficult. If it weren't, it might be resorted to more frequently by men who would violate natural rights when such an important issue as public skepticism about the government is at stake.
Hushing Up Conspiracy Theories (Ludwig von Mises Institute) Authorities urged to stop persecuting leading blogger Wael Abbas Egypt - Authorities urged to stop persecuting leading blogger Wael Abbas"> Egypt -
Wed Feb 17 16:36, 2010 GMT
Leading Egyptian blogger Wael Abbas could see his six-month prison sentence upheld tomorrow if his appeal is rejected by the court that is due to hear it tomorrow. The sentence was imposed on 11 November by a court in the North Cairo suburb of Hadayek El Qobba after it convicted him on a charge of damaging an Internet cable. The damage was in fact caused last April by a policeman and his brother (the cable's actual user), who were also responsible for a physical attack on Abbas. “We call (...)
When the Cyber Attack Comes, Will We Be Ready?
Wed Feb 17 20:33, 2010 GMT
Sydney Morning Herald Buzz or Bust Huffington Post (blog) To find out more about how to amplify your voice on Internet privacy issues, check out CDT's "Take Back Your Privacy " campaign. ... A New Reason To Hate Google Buzz: Spam! The Big Money (blog) Privacy advocates file FTC complaint on Google Buzz Washington Post (blog) Brewing Over Buzz PubliCola (blog) msnbc.com  - Times Online  - USA Today all 1,646 news articles »
Buzz or Bust - Huffington Post (blog)
Thu Feb 18 00:56, 2010 GMT
The lower house of the French parliament has approved a draft bill that will allow the state unprecedented control over the Internet. Although the government says it will improve security for ordinary citizens, civil rights activists are warning of a "new level" of censorship and surveillance.
The Big Brother Of Europe - France Moves Closer To Unprecedented Internet Regulation (Free Internet Press)
Wed Feb 17 19:57, 2010 GMT
South Carolina Lawmaker Seeks To Ban US Currency: Rep. Mike Pitts Wants Dollar ... Huffington Post (blog) And of course, get rid of any technology more advanced than a butter churn, because it's going to be hard to do business in e-gold dubloons. ah, ... and more »
South Carolina Lawmaker Seeks To Ban US Currency: Rep. Mike Pitts Wants Dollar ... - Huffington Post (blog)
Thu Feb 18 01:01, 2010 GMT
A dramatic fall in Iranian traffic on the Goodreads book networking site may be the result of government censorship A sudden, dramatic fall in Iranian traffic on the popular social networking site for book lovers, Goodreads , is being blamed on censorship within the country. The California-based Goodreads, launched in December 2006, has three million members around the world who use the site to ...
Iran blamed for blocking Goodreads networking site (Guardian Unlimited)
Thu Feb 18 03:22, 2010 GMT
Spiegel Online Move over, Australia: France taking 'Net censorship lead Ars Technica The censorship is ostensibly designed to block child porn sites on the Internet , but French President Nicolas Sarkozy has already made it clear that he ... France leapfrogs past Australia in Big Brother stakes Register French Net Filtering Plan Moves Forward PC World France Moves Closer to Unprecedented Internet Regulation Spiegel Online all 17 news articles »
Move over, Australia: France taking 'Net censorship lead - Ars Technica
Thu Feb 18 03:50, 2010 GMT
Article 4 section 2 of Law on Press does not impose censor, curb and broadcasting bans.
House Summons Minister on Content Bill (VIVAnews)
Thu Feb 18 06:26, 2010 GMT
(Reuters) - Ties between China and the United States will be tested this year by many issues: currency, trade, Internet censorship, human rights, U.S. arms sales to Taiwan and President Barack Obama's meeting on Thursday with the Dalai Lama.
The obstacle course for U.S.-China ties in 2010 (Reuters via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)
Thu Feb 18 05:00, 2010 GMT
The Iranian government's blanket censorship of satellite and Internet communications last week was so effective, it led many to wonder: Why didn't the U.S. government do more to stop it?
Examining the U.S. response to Iran's censorship on anniversary of revolution (Washington Post)
Thu Feb 18 08:48, 2010 GMT
SHANGHAI – Whether it is about US arms sales to Taiwan or how the film epic "Confucius" stacks up to "Avatar", the world's first snapshot of Chinese opinion often comes from chinaSMACK.com. The website combs China's rowdy web forums, translating popular topics into English to provide a glimpse of what is on people's minds on the other side of the "Great Firewall" of government censorship ...
China 'bridge blogs' translating web views (Malaysian Mirror)
Thu Feb 18 03:01, 2010 GMT
Zeus Trojan found on 74000 PCs in global botnet CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... Malicious Software Infects Corporate Computers New York Times all 8 news articles »
Zeus Trojan found on 74000 PCs in global botnet - CNET
Thu Feb 18 11:20, 2010 GMT
France24 Virus has breached 75000 computers: study Reuters Further investigation by the Herndon, Virginia-based software security firm revealed that many commercial and government systems were compromised, ... Attacks hit firms, govts Straits Times More than 75000 computer systems hacked in one of largest cyber attacks ... Washington Post Broad New Hacking Attack Detected Wall Street Journal BusinessWeek all 32 news articles »
Virus has breached 75000 computers: study - Reuters
Thu Feb 18 13:16, 2010 GMT
Timeline: The obstacle course for US-China ties in 2010 Reuters (Reuters) - Ties between China and the United States will be tested this year by many issues: currency, trade, Internet censorship , human rights, ...
Timeline: The obstacle course for US-China ties in 2010 - Reuters
Thu Feb 18 13:58, 2010 GMT
CBC.ca Is Digital Privacy an Issue? Sparxoo (blog) In 2007, the internet security company, Sophos, created a fake Facebook account to test how much information they could extract from users profiles. ... Buzz or Bust Huffington Post (blog) A New Reason To Hate Google Buzz: Spam! The Big Money (blog) Google: Buzz needs to be better BCS TechNewsWorld  - PubliCola (blog)  - Washington Post (blog) all 1,855 news articles »
Is Digital Privacy an Issue? - Sparxoo (blog)
Thu Feb 18 14:23, 2010 GMT
Siliconrepublic.com NetWitness identifies massive cyber attack Bizjournals.com According to the Internet security company, the virus gathers log-in credentials for online financial systems, social networking sites and email systems ... Virus has breached 75000 computers: study Reuters Zeus Trojan found on 74000 PCs in global botnet CNET 75000 machines are compromised by a new botnet, no use from usual antivirus Ecommerce Journal PCR-online.biz  - New York Times  - Computerworld all 61 news articles »
NetWitness identifies massive cyber attack - Bizjournals.com
Thu Feb 18 14:37, 2010 GMT
IT Chuiko (blog) New virus cleans WebMoney -Wallets IT Chuiko (blog) New virus disguised as a system file Windows, steals money from the wallets in the system WebMoney , - said MoneyNews. The virus poses as a system file ...
New virus cleans WebMoney-Wallets - IT Chuiko (blog)
Thu Feb 18 14:52, 2010 GMT
Google Buzz and Please Rob Me highlight internet privacy concerns Daily Caller By The Daily Caller 02/18/10 at 9:42 am Google Buzz had a class action lawsuit filed against it for violating customers' privacy and a Web site named Please ... and more »
Google Buzz and Please Rob Me highlight internet privacy concerns - Daily Caller
Thu Feb 18 15:07, 2010 GMT
US President Barack Obama's meeting scheduled for tomorrow with the Dalai Lama and Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton's recent speech condemning China's internet censorship have added to the complications plaguing Sino-American relations, rekindling debate over the role of human rights in US policy towards China.
Fight the Good Fight (Foreign Relations)
Thu Feb 18 15:25, 2010 GMT
Poland Abandons Internet Censorship Plans Wall Street Journal (blog) Internet censorship was one of them, but concepts that would effectively outlaw anonymous HIV testing were just as dangerous. ...
Poland Abandons Internet Censorship Plans - Wall Street Journal (blog)
Thu Feb 18 15:20, 2010 GMT
Rediff Hacker Attack Impacts Security on More than 75000 Computers TMCnet There's new ZeuS botnetvirus in town, and already it's made quite an impact on Internet security . According to NetWitness ... NetWitness identifies massive cyber attack Bizjournals.com Virus has breached 75000 computers: study Reuters Kneber Botnet Infects 75000 Corporate, Government Computers ChannelWeb CNET  - Ecommerce Journal  - Hard OCP all 77 news articles »
Hacker Attack Impacts Security on More than 75000 Computers - TMCnet
Thu Feb 18 15:10, 2010 GMT
The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills has launched a new programme aimed at taking down scam websites
Gov't ploughs £4.3m into fight against cybercrime
Thu Feb 18 16:09, 2010 GMT
Siliconrepublic.com Kneber botnet virus attacks 75000 computers worldwide, including US government ... New York Daily News based computer security firm reported. Further investigation revealed that many commercial and government systems were compromised, including 68000 ... Hacker Attack Impacts Security on More than 75000 Computers TMCnet NetWitness identifies massive cyber attack Bizjournals.com Virus has breached 75000 computers: study Reuters ChannelWeb  - CNET  - Ecommerce Journal all 102 news articles »
Kneber botnet virus attacks 75000 computers worldwide, including US government ... - New York Daily News
Thu Feb 18 17:39, 2010 GMT
Google's Reported Link to National Security Agency Alarms Privacy Watchdogs FOXNews Internet privacy watchdogs are warning of risks posed by a reported security relationship between the National Security Agency and Google, ...
Google's Reported Link to National Security Agency Alarms Privacy Watchdogs - FOXNews
Thu Feb 18 20:42, 2010 GMT
The authorities do not need court warrants to view and download files trading on peer-to-peer networks, a federal appeals court says. Wednesday’s 3-0 ruling by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals concerned a Nevada man convicted of possessing child pornography as part of an FBI investigation. Defendant Charles Borowy claimed the Fourth Amendment required court [...]
Feds Can Search, Seize P2P Files Without Warrant
Thu Feb 18 20:34, 2010 GMT
Transaction Wireless (TW), a mobile infrastructure, commerce and marketing company, has established a relationship with Fifth Third Processing Solutions, a provider of secure electronic payments and credit, debit and gift card processing services, under the terms of which Fifth Third Processing Solutions will begin to offer TW’s virtual gift card solutions to its leading merchant partners, using their wGiftCard suite of products. read more
Fifth Third Processing Solutions offers Transaction Wireless gift cards
Thu Feb 18 21:50, 2010 GMT
Shields Up!:Vista Internet Security 2010 Gadgetell He was immediately tormented by pop up after pop up with dire warnings like: Intercepting programs that may compromise your privacy and harm your system has ...
Shields Up!:Vista Internet Security 2010 - Gadgetell
Thu Feb 18 22:00, 2010 GMT
Geek WIth Laptop Malware infection crashed systems during Windows security updates CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... Microsoft Patch Causes BSOD? Microsoft Certified Professional Windows XP Crippled Again University of Pittsburgh The Pitt News Malware Cause For Blue Screens After Recent Windows Update Ghacks Technology News Richmond Times Dispatch all 123 news articles »
Malware infection crashed systems during Windows security updates - CNET
Fri Feb 19 00:49, 2010 GMT
Project Freeweb denies risk to protestors.
Police booked in for Anonymous anti-censorship protests (iTNews)
Fri Feb 19 02:14, 2010 GMT
Financial Post China goes to work on Buzz FT.com (blog) According to Rebecca McKinnon, an expert on Chinese internet censorship , China is already getting to grips with Google Buzz, filtering out ... Google: Buzz needs to be better BCS Google Buzz and Please Rob Me highlight internet privacy concerns Daily Caller Twitter Traffic Boost Affirms Value of Real-Time Search PC World CMSWire  - New York Times (blog)  - CurrentMom all 275 news articles »
China goes to work on Buzz - FT.com (blog)
Thu Feb 18 18:31, 2010 GMT
California Senate Republican candidates answer tech questions ZDNet (blog) Internet Privacy - what is your General position on Privacy Law and Information sharing? A: The advent of technology has provided us with many opportunities ... and more »
California Senate Republican candidates answer tech questions - ZDNet (blog)
Fri Feb 19 03:54, 2010 GMT
FOXNews Global cyber attacks hit business and government agencies Herald Sun The code is usually slipped onto machines by tricking people into opening booby-trapped email attachments or clicking on tainted internet links. ... Kneber botnet virus attacks 75000 computers worldwide, including US government ... New York Daily News Hacker Attack Impacts Security on More than 75000 Computers TMCnet Social networking, govt sites hacked in global attack Reuters Bizjournals.com  - ChannelWeb  - AllFacebook (blog) all 399 news articles »
Global cyber attacks hit business and government agencies - Herald Sun
Fri Feb 19 03:40, 2010 GMT
FOXNews Global cyberattacks hit firms, govts Sydney Morning Herald The code is usually slipped onto machines by tricking people into opening booby-trapped email attachments or clicking on tainted internet links. ... Kneber botnet virus attacks 75000 computers worldwide, including US government ... New York Daily News Hacker Attack Impacts Security on More than 75000 Computers TMCnet Social networking, govt sites hacked in global attack Reuters Bizjournals.com  - ChannelWeb  - AllFacebook (blog) all 406 news articles »
Global cyberattacks hit firms, govts - Sydney Morning Herald
Fri Feb 19 04:52, 2010 GMT
Cashing in on Internet censorship CNN International (CNN) -- An growing number of software companies are capitalizing on an unexpected business opportunity: Internet censorship . In countries where governments ...
Cashing in on Internet censorship - CNN International
Fri Feb 19 04:45, 2010 GMT
DailyTech Global cyberattacks hit firms, govts: NetWitness AFP The code is usually slipped onto machines by tricking people into opening booby-trapped email attachments or clicking on tainted Internet links. ... Kneber botnet virus attacks 75000 computers worldwide, including US government ... New York Daily News Hacker Attack Impacts Security on More than 75000 Computers TMCnet Social networking, govt sites hacked in global attack Reuters Bizjournals.com  - ChannelWeb  - AllFacebook (blog) all 412 news articles »
Global cyberattacks hit firms, govts: NetWitness - AFP
Fri Feb 19 08:48, 2010 GMT
Evgeny Morozov, a Yahoo! Fellow at Georgetown University is the contributing editor and blogger for Foreign Policy magazine, is interested in the ability of the Internet to aid efforts against authoritarian governments. Morozov believes that the Internet is a poor vehicle to spread democracy. Morozov plans to release a book Fall of 2010, tentatively titled [...]
Eygeny Morozov on internet usage and the media (Scarlet & Black)
Fri Feb 19 09:19, 2010 GMT
The internet's largest blogging platform went offline for nearly two hours silencing more than 10 million blogs.
Bloggers silenced by network bug
Fri Feb 19 10:05, 2010 GMT
National Post Cyberattack on Google Focuses on Chinese Schools DailyFinance An official at the China National Computer Network Emergency Response Technical Team said, "Compared with internet security issues in the US, Japan and the ... China Google attacks traced to schools NEWS.com.au Cyberattacks Reportedly Traced to Computers in Chinese Schools FOXNews Two Chinese Schools Said to Be Tied to Online Attacks New York Times Wall Street Journal  - ABC News  - BusinessWeek all 225 news articles »
Cyberattack on Google Focuses on Chinese Schools - DailyFinance
Fri Feb 19 12:42, 2010 GMT
National Post Google hack points to Chinese schools Inquirer Our theory is that it is all a cunning plan to force through more defence spending on Internet security and give the executive branch, the military and the ... Cyberattack on Google Focuses on Chinese Schools DailyFinance China Google attacks traced to schools NEWS.com.au Reports: Internet Attacks Traced to Chinese Schools PC World Register  - Wall Street Journal  - BusinessWeek all 259 news articles »
Google hack points to Chinese schools - Inquirer
Fri Feb 19 14:25, 2010 GMT
» by Mathias Hariyadi Communication Ministry spokesman announces draft bill to regulate internet use. The proposal provokes protests among ordinary Indonesians who oppose the idea. President Yudhoyono speaks out, defending “freedom of speech and freedom of expression.”
02/19/2010 15:17 INDONESIA Indonesians in uproar over proposal to censor internet (AsiaNews.it)
Fri Feb 19 14:10, 2010 GMT
National Post Google hack probe points to China schools San Jose Business Journal The New York Times reported Friday that computer security experts have traced the attacks to Shanghai Jiaotong University and Lanxiang Vocational School. ... Google hack points to Chinese schools Inquirer Cyberattack on Google Focuses on Chinese Schools DailyFinance China Google attacks traced to schools NEWS.com.au PC World  - ChannelWeb  - Wall Street Journal all 281 news articles »
Google hack probe points to China schools - San Jose Business Journal
Fri Feb 19 16:38, 2010 GMT
Online Payment Service Lets Companies without Subsidiaries in Japan Charge ... BigNews.biz (press release) "Eastbeam can offer this service to companies in any field wanting to utilize WebMoney in Japan," he says. With the new online payment service, ...
Online Payment Service Lets Companies without Subsidiaries in Japan Charge ... - BigNews.biz (press release)
Fri Feb 19 17:21, 2010 GMT
Globe and Mail Rift Widens as US and China Pursue Conflicting Goals New York Times The Americans have also highlighted issues of Internet censorship and security . “There's not a lot of overlap in the Venn diagram,” an American official ... Timeline: The obstacle course for US-China ties in 2010 Reuters China Hurt over Obama-Dalai Lama Meeting TopNews United States Reaffirming Our National Values Center For American Progress Huffington Post (blog)  - Washington Post  - Moneycontrol.com all 3,434 news articles »
Rift Widens as US and China Pursue Conflicting Goals - New York Times
Fri Feb 19 20:15, 2010 GMT
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Recent cyber attacks on Google and other American corporations have been traced to a top Chinese university as well as a school with ties to the Chinese military, The New York Times reported on Thursday, citing people involved in the investigation. Those people told the Times that the Chinese schools involved are [...]
Probe Traces Google Hack to Chinese Schools
Fri Feb 19 20:07, 2010 GMT
News that students in two Chinese schools could be behind recent well-publicized online attacks on Google and other major U.S. corporations doing business in China has security experts running for cover. McAfee, which has dubbed the hacks "Operation Aurora," described the series of attacks as highly sophisticated and a watershed event in cybercrime.
Look Who's Not Talking About Chinese Schools and Google Hack (TechNewsWorld.com)
Fri Feb 19 22:51, 2010 GMT
Internet security experts who met this week to work out how to protect computer users from the growing problem of online theft, fraud, vandalism, abuse and espionage, warned that using computer jargon by the industry players leads to that users are discouraged from learning how to protect themselves against different kind of scams on the web. read more
How security experts fend off users from protecting against online threats
Fri Feb 19 23:50, 2010 GMT
Financial Post Week Adjourned: 2.19.10 Lawyers and Settlements (blog) The lawsuit seeks to enjoin Google from continuing to operate Buzz without appropriate internet privacy safeguards and it seeks damages, including statutory ... Google: Buzz needs to be better BCS Google Buzz and Please Rob Me highlight internet privacy concerns Daily Caller Google: Antisocial networking Financial Times JDJournal.com (blog)  - The Money Times  - PC World all 406 news articles »
Week Adjourned: 2.19.10 - Lawyers and Settlements (blog)
Sat Feb 20 04:04, 2010 GMT
Nationwide rally against Government plans.
Photos: Anti internet censorship protest hits Sydney (iTNews)
Sat Feb 20 04:04, 2010 GMT
Project Freeweb - aka Anonymous - hits Sydney as part of a day of nationwide protests against the Federal Government's plan to filter the internet for refused classification content.
Photos: Sydney's anti- internet censorship protest (iTNews)
Fri Feb 19 19:18, 2010 GMT
DailyTech Global cyber attacks hit firms, govts Asian Age The code is usually slipped onto machines by tricking people into opening booby-trapped email attachments or clicking on tainted Internet links. ... Kneber botnet virus attacks 75000 computers worldwide, including US government ... New York Daily News Hacker Attack Impacts Security on More than 75000 Computers TMCnet Social networking, govt sites hacked in global attack Reuters Bizjournals.com  - ChannelWeb all 555 news articles »
Global cyber attacks hit firms, govts - Asian Age
Sat Feb 20 07:53, 2010 GMT
Washington, Feb 20 : The US has confronted China on the alleged spate of internet attacks and censorship of Google's network in China.
US confronts China on cyber attacks (New Kerala)
Sat Feb 20 08:23, 2010 GMT
The US has confronted China on the alleged spate of internet attacks and censorship of Google's network in China.
US confronts China on cyber attacks (Sify News)
Sat Feb 20 08:21, 2010 GMT
Washington, Feb 20 (IANS) The US has confronted China on the alleged spate of internet attacks and censorship of Google's network in China.
US confronts China on cyber attacks (MalaysiaNews.net)
Wed Feb 17 21:41, 2010 GMT
France24 In a doomsday cyber attack scenario, answers are unsettling Los Angeles Times The Internet crashed, finance and commerce collapsed, and most of the nation's electric grid went dark. White House aides discussed putting the Army in ... What would the US Government do if there was a cyber attack? Today's THV When the Cyber Attack Comes, Will We Be Ready? InternetNews.com Cyber war game shows US has a lot to do UPI.com Atlantic Online (blog)  - mi2g  - ExecutiveBiz (blog) all 160 news articles »
In a doomsday cyber attack scenario, answers are unsettling - Los Angeles Times
Sat Feb 20 20:58, 2010 GMT
President halts cyber censorship Sunday Times.lk A senior TRC official, who wished to remain anonymous, said the plan was intended to impose Internet censorship on offensive news websites by introducing ... World Bank says its funds not meant for censorship Sunday Times.lk all 2 news articles »
President halts cyber censorship - Sunday Times.lk
Sun Feb 21 04:29, 2010 GMT
Commenting on Sri Lanka's plans for additional cyber censorship, and the invitations extended to Chinese Information Technology experts for assistance in formulating Sri Lanka's internet policy framework, Prof. Kumar David, in the weekend edition of Lakbima says, "This [Rajapakse Government] is a frightened regime, truth and transparency give it diarrhoea; this country [Sri Lanka] has never ...
Sri Lanka entering Information dark age? (TamilNet)
Sun Feb 21 05:05, 2010 GMT
Los Angeles Times Ongoing issues between US, China Salt Lake Tribune US officials have also criticized China's policy of Internet censorship , and Google's chief executive Eric Schmidt said he intends to end any censorship of ... Timeline: The obstacle course for US-China ties in 2010 Reuters Rift Grows as US and China Seek Differing Goals New York Times Obama's Push-Back Against China Is Bitter Medicine Huffington Post (blog) Indian Express  - TopNews United States  - National all 3,874 news articles »
Ongoing issues between US, China - Salt Lake Tribune
Sun Feb 21 12:22, 2010 GMT
A prestigious Chinese university and a lesser-known vocational school have denied a report they were the source of recent cyber attacks on Internet giant Google and other U.S. corporations, Xinhua news agency said on Saturday.
Chinese schools deny link to Google attack (Dose)
Sun Feb 21 12:21, 2010 GMT
The Money Times Google and US have same goals Montreal Gazette They are not the same thing," said Rebecca Mackinnon, a fellow at the Open Society Institute who has written extensively about Chinese Internet censorship . ... Chinese schools deny role in Google hack San Francisco Chronicle Chinese schools deny link to Google attack Vancouver Sun Chinese schools rebuff hacking allegations The Money Times RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty  - Seeking Alpha (blog)  - DVD Studio Pro (press release) (subscription) all 29 news articles »
Google and US have same goals - Montreal Gazette
Sun Feb 21 03:02, 2010 GMT
Globe and Mail Google Buzz – the fallout | OnSoftware Mashtrends To protect privacy – the main concern of Buzz haters, it seems – Google have given us more opportunities to block people, and the list of people you are ... Week Adjourned: 2.19.10 Lawyers and Settlements (blog) Google: Buzz needs to be better BCS Google Buzz and Please Rob Me highlight internet privacy concerns Daily Caller Deutsche Welle  - San Francisco Chronicle  - eWeek all 469 news articles »
Google Buzz – the fallout | OnSoftware - Mashtrends
Sun Feb 21 21:10, 2010 GMT
Five weeks later, web giant still censors China search Two Chinese schools have denied a New York Times report that they were involved in the much-discussed cyber attacks on Google and at least 33 other outfits sometime last year.… Offloading malware protection to the cloud
Chinese schools deny Google cyber-attack links
Sun Feb 21 22:01, 2010 GMT
BAHRAIN was yesterday urged to take a softer approach to Internet censorship. The government's alleged policy of blocking politically-motivated websites and newspapers could be "cutting the bad with the good," said United Nations Development Programme Arab Knowledge Report director Dr Ghaith Fariz.
Rethink urged on Net clamp (Gulf Daily News)
Sun Feb 21 23:27, 2010 GMT
The Australian Government is considering a crackdown on online racism, including the possibility of extending the proposed internet filter to block anything moderately deemed as racist content. Australian Attorney-General Robert McClelland has requested that the Australian Human Rights Commission undertake a “sweeping review of arrangements for dealing with racist material on the internet ...
Australia May Extend Censorship To Include Anything Deemed Racist, Including Blog Comments (The Inquisitr)
Mon Feb 22 00:31, 2010 GMT
Preventing Piracy or the Slippery Slope Towards Internet Censorship ? David Horowitz's NewsReal Blog (blog) NBC General Counsel Rick Cotton is calling for filters on Internet content in order to stop online piracy. The idea is to allow Internet ...
Preventing Piracy or the Slippery Slope Towards Internet Censorship? - David Horowitz's NewsReal Blog (blog)
Mon Feb 22 02:11, 2010 GMT
New York Times Inquiry Puts China's Elite in New Light New York Times Xiao Qiang, an expert on Chinese Internet censorship and control, says Jiaotong is studying not just Web security but also how to filter content that the ... Explore related topics MarketWatch Chinese schools deny role in Google hack San Francisco Chronicle US experts close in on Google hackers Financial Times ABH News  - Global Times  - Pandia all 155 news articles »
Inquiry Puts China's Elite in New Light - New York Times
Mon Feb 22 01:46, 2010 GMT
Since the beginning of this year, there has been friction between the two countries over cyber-attacks on Google emanating from China, Chinese government censorship of the US-based firm's Internet sea .....
US-China mustn't let spats harm global efforts (Asia News Network)
Mon Feb 22 06:16, 2010 GMT
SMS: Cyber censorship Jakarta Post Please do not conduct such censorship , unless the government aims to get rid of pornography from local content. l agree with the Internet censorship because ...
SMS: Cyber censorship - Jakarta Post
Mon Feb 22 10:21, 2010 GMT
3News Global cyber attacks on the rise: report Times Online Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos in January, David DeWalt of internet security company McAfee said: “There are bad guys out there to get you, ... Symantec: Cyber attacks spark security concerns San Jose Mercury News all 29 news articles »
Global cyber attacks on the rise: report - Times Online
Mon Feb 22 10:22, 2010 GMT
Investigators say they are closing in on the source of the cyber attacks that hit Google and other firms, according to reports.
US 'closes in on Google hackers'
Mon Feb 22 11:51, 2010 GMT
WASHINGTON, USA: The US has confronted China on the alleged spate of Internet attacks and censorship of Google's network in China.
US confronts China on cyber attacks (CIOL)
Mon Feb 22 12:02, 2010 GMT
Cyber attacks will 'catastrophically' spook public, warns GCHQ Register Its job will be to continually monitor internet security , producing intelligence on botnets, denial of service attacks and other digital threats to national ... and more »
Cyber attacks will 'catastrophically' spook public, warns GCHQ - Register
Mon Feb 22 12:08, 2010 GMT
According to recent data provided in the research by the security vendor Webroot 73% of the polled said Web-based threats are more difficult to manage than those coming via email. 23% of the respondents acknowledged their companies were vulnerable to attacks on web 2.0 applications including social networks such as Facebook Artwork with a quarter saying they were open to hackers that exploit Artwork. read more
What cyber attack is more dangerous in 2010?
Mon Feb 22 12:38, 2010 GMT
Making money from internet censorship International Business Times Australia The same goes for the emerging internet censorship trend. Software companies are starting to turn internet censorship into an opportunity for business as ... SMS: Cyber censorship Jakarta Post A Google in the China Closet -- By: Richard Samuelson National Review Online all 5 news articles »
Making money from internet censorship - International Business Times Australia
Mon Feb 22 12:28, 2010 GMT
ABC News Pa. School Faces FBI Probe, Lawsuit, for Using Webcams on Laptops to Watch ... ABC News Parry Aftab, an Internet privacy lawyer, said the school may have crossed the line. "Schools have very limited authority under the Constitution to deal with ... Editorial: Eye spy for teachers | Philadelphia Inquirer | 02/22/2010 Philadelphia Inquirer My God, I Saw A Cop! (FBI And PA Schools) Before It's News How You Could Also Be A Victim Of The Laptop Spying Scandal Prison Planet.com CBS News  - Philadelphia Inquirer  - Philadelphia Inquirer all 1,654 news articles »
Pa. School Faces FBI Probe, Lawsuit, for Using Webcams on Laptops to Watch ... - ABC News
Mon Feb 22 13:44, 2010 GMT
Polaris Software Lab Limited (POLS.BO), a leading Financial Technology Company, launched Intellect PRIVACY based on state-of-the-art technology and ...
Polaris unveils online banking security card for IndusInd Bank
Mon Feb 22 14:12, 2010 GMT
Investigators have reportedly identified the author of the malicious code used in recent cyberattacks against Google and more than 30 other U.S. companies. The person responsible for the code that capitalized on a weakness in Internet Explorer is a "freelance security consultant in his 30s," according to the Financial Times. The FT asserts that investigators this recent discovery makes it "far ...
New Clues Uncovered In Google Hack, Report Says (PC World via Yahoo! News)
Mon Feb 22 15:26, 2010 GMT
Portable computing firm IronKey has launched a USB-based system designed to protect US corporate banking customers from an epidemic of cybercrime ...
IronKey bids to crack corporate banking cybercrimewave
Mon Feb 22 17:09, 2010 GMT
WASHINGTON, Feb. 22 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- As Google and the web community struggle to deal with the rising tide of international Internet censorship, a coalition of pro-democracy leaders are calling for a serious U.S. commitment to dismantle the Internet firewalls of the world's closed societies. They ask: Was Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's January 21st speech on the subject an ...
Hudson to Host Capitol Hill Conference on 'Tearing Down the Walls of Internet Censorship' (PR Newswire via Yahoo! News)
Mon Feb 22 18:06, 2010 GMT
China had 'special access' to work US investigators have pinpointed the author of a key piece of code used in the alleged cyber attacks on Google and at least 33 other companies last year, according to a new report.… Case Study: WhatsUp keeps Legoland turnstyles ringing
US pinpoints author of Google attack code, says report
Mon Feb 22 19:17, 2010 GMT
The Guardian Report: Chinese programmer wrote code used against Google CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... Hacking Inquiry Puts China's Elite in New Light New York Times U.S. Identifies Programmer Behind Google Cyberattack? Digitaltrends.com Chinese Schools Linked to Google Cyber Attacks Moovin On Up (blog) PC World  - Computerworld (blog)  - Register all 392 news articles »
Report: Chinese programmer wrote code used against Google - CNET
Mon Feb 22 19:17, 2010 GMT
NEW YORK: While we wait for next move in the standoff between Google and China, the most profound impact of the Google incident may have little to do with Internet censorship. Rather it is likely to change the shape and speed of technological development in the information technology sector.
Google’s Lesson: Innovation Has to Be Accompanied by Reliability (YaleGlobal)
Mon Feb 22 22:15, 2010 GMT
France, Australia to Adopt China-Like Web Filters DailyTech With support mounting in industrialized "free" (democratic) nations internationally, could the US become the next to embrace such internet censorship ? ... and more »
France, Australia to Adopt China-Like Web Filters - DailyTech
Mon Feb 22 22:06, 2010 GMT
Adobe's director of product security and privacy, Brad Arkin, answers questions about Adobe's safety and security.
Are Adobe products safe?
Mon Feb 22 23:26, 2010 GMT
A new internet filter that could affect every computer in the country is about to be launched by the government
Government-run internet filter causing controvery (TVNZ)
Mon Feb 22 23:27, 2010 GMT
ZDNet uncovered the duplicity of a blogger at another tech Web site. But while the medium (and the pay) has changed, bunco artists are nothing new in media.
Frauds: An ugly, old journalism tradition
Tue Feb 23 00:33, 2010 GMT
Sensitive data like health and finance records as well as social security numbers were leaked to file-sharing networks at a range of businesses, FTC says.
The FTC warns 100 organizations about leaked data via P2P
Tue Feb 23 03:45, 2010 GMT
LONDON, Feb 23 — The best weapon against the online thieves, spies and vandals who threaten global business and security would be international regulation of cyberspace. Luckily for them, such co-operation does not yet exist. Better still, from a hacker’s perspective, such a goal is not a top priority for the international community, despite an outcry over hacking and censorship and disputes ...
Spies, hackers exploit world cyber rule void (The Malaysian Insider)
Tue Feb 23 04:04, 2010 GMT
USA Today Federal Trade Commission links wide data breach to file sharing Washington Post Concerns about Internet privacy also have intensified as broadband and other technologies become more widespread. Consumer advocates, for example, ... FTC warns 100 organizations about leaked data via P2P CNET FTC warns organiations, firms about P2P sensitive data leaks Afterdawn.com all 37 news articles »
Federal Trade Commission links wide data breach to file sharing - Washington Post
Tue Feb 23 05:39, 2010 GMT
Dynamic Business How Australia's Proposed Internet Censorship Will (And Won't) Affect Video Games Kotaku Australia All the federal government is doing here is displaying how remarkably out of touch they are on contemporary issues of censorship , and how ignorant the ... Get Your R18+ Games Classification Submissions In Lifehacker Australia all 13 news articles »
How Australia's Proposed Internet Censorship Will (And Won't) Affect Video Games - Kotaku Australia
Tue Feb 23 09:26, 2010 GMT
By: Suzanne Schiavone Throughout the world, freedom of the press varies from near-total freedom to near-complete censorship. In Iceland, however, a new proposal would offer some of the world’s most liberal freedom of speech and investigative journalism protections possib...
Iceland may become most liberal country for journalism (The Daily Free Press)
Tue Feb 23 08:50, 2010 GMT
The US Federal Trade Commission has revealed that sensitive data has been leaked to file-sharing networks at nearly 100 public and private entities
Companies warned over data leak via P2P
Tue Feb 23 09:53, 2010 GMT
Shell Internet Censorship Royal Dutch Shell plc .com (blog) Knowing of the involvement of Shell International General Counsel Richard Wiseman in the overt and covert censorship carried out on “Tell Shell” postings, ...
Shell Internet Censorship - Royal Dutch Shell plc .com (blog)
Tue Feb 23 10:40, 2010 GMT
By: Suzanne Schiavone Throughout the world, freedom of the press varies from near-total freedom to near-complete censorship. In Iceland, however, a new proposal would offer some of the world’s most liberal freedom of speech and investigative journalism protections possib...
Proposal in Iceland could create safe haven for free press (The Daily Free Press)
Tue Feb 23 11:33, 2010 GMT
Reuters China says Google hacking claims "groundless" Reuters The dispute about Internet censorship has added to tensions about issues ranging from trade and the Chinese currency, to a meeting last week between US ... Report: Chinese programmer wrote code used against Google CNET Hacking Inquiry Puts China's Elite in New Light New York Times U.S. Identifies Programmer Behind Google Cyberattack? Digitaltrends.com PC World  - eWeek  - TechNewsWorld all 507 news articles »
China says Google hacking claims "groundless" - Reuters
Tue Feb 23 11:44, 2010 GMT
Regional Building Society, Cumberland, has 'gone-live' with Albany ePAY from pioneering developer of electronic payment software solutions, Albany ...
Albany brings Faster Payments to Cumberland
Tue Feb 23 11:48, 2010 GMT
Volunteers, the U.S. government and some private companies are helping Iranians and others evade online censorship.
Supporting Dissent With Technology (New York Times)
Tue Feb 23 12:41, 2010 GMT
1 Answer Network and Avantia team up to offer cover in difficult circumstances Professional Broking "We are making homeprotect available to our own customers online via webmoney .co.uk, but also via carefully selected business partners. ...
1 Answer Network and Avantia team up to offer cover in difficult circumstances - Professional Broking
Tue Feb 23 12:44, 2010 GMT
By: Michael Padon Google announced in January that it would cease censorship of search results in China. After the announcement was made, officials in the Chinese government claimed that Google was legally bound to censor results within the country as per Chinese law. &ldq...
Google faces bind over censorship (The Daily Cougar)
Tue Feb 23 13:32, 2010 GMT
Fantasies of flip-flop on filesharers A rash of reports fantasise today that the government has "dumped" or "abandoned" plans to boot the most persistent illegal filesharers off the internet.… What is your recession sales strategy?
Mandybill petition puts hacks in a spin
Tue Feb 23 13:46, 2010 GMT
Customer and biz data turning up on Torrents More than 100 organisations guilty of allowing private data to leak on P2P networks have received warning letters from US consumer watchdog the Federal Trade Commission.…
FTC warns 100 organisations over leaked P2P data
Tue Feb 23 14:51, 2010 GMT
TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - 02/23/10) - With the world's third largest economy and the largest number of Internet users in the world, the impact of China's cyberspace control policies on Canada is formidable. Canada must strike a balance between its broader political and economic interests in China and open criticism of China's human rights policies, Internet censorship and computer ...
Canada Should Lead Global Effort to Counter Internet Censorship and Cyber-Espionage in China and Elsewhere, New CIC ... (Marketwire via Yahoo! Finance)
Tue Feb 23 14:36, 2010 GMT
The New New Internet Cyber attack would be 'catastrophic' Public Service The report also downplayed efforts to reach consensual agreements between states on internet security , adding: "The increasing sophistication of criminal ... Making money from internet censorship International Business Times Australia SMS: Cyber censorship Jakarta Post Spies and hackers exploit world cyber rule void Reuters The New New Internet  - Sky News  - Broadband Expert (blog) all 35 news articles »
Cyber attack would be 'catastrophic' - Public Service
Tue Feb 23 14:45, 2010 GMT
Globe and Mail Lessons From Google vs. China: Speed Without Security Is Bad Business Jakarta Globe While we wait for next move in the standoff between Google and China, the most profound impact of the dispute may have little to do with Internet censorship ... Report: Chinese programmer wrote code used against Google CNET China says Google hacking claims "groundless" Reuters Hacking Inquiry Puts China's Elite in New Light New York Times Spero News  - Digitaltrends.com  - ITProPortal all 539 news articles »
Lessons From Google vs. China: Speed Without Security Is Bad Business - Jakarta Globe
Tue Feb 23 15:18, 2010 GMT
Ukash signs deals in Russia and the Ukraine.. Finextra Customers can then choose to exchange a number of currencies including Webmoney , Yandex.Money, RBKMoney and others. RBK Money customers can put funds into ...
Ukash signs deals in Russia and the Ukraine.. - Finextra
Tue Feb 23 16:24, 2010 GMT
Telegraph.co.uk Commentary: China cyber attacks against Google pure fabrication Xinhua Computers in China are easy to be hijacked by hackers as internet security technology and services are still underdeveloped in China. ... Report: Chinese programmer wrote code used against Google CNET China says Google hacking claims "groundless" Reuters Hacking Inquiry Puts China's Elite in New Light New York Times Spero News  - Digitaltrends.com  - All Things Digital (blog) all 607 news articles »
Commentary: China cyber attacks against Google pure fabrication - Xinhua Internet censorship reaches unprecedented level China - Internet censorship reaches unprecedented level"> China -
Tue Feb 23 17:59, 2010 GMT
Reporters Without Borders firmly condemns the Chinese government latest attempt to tighten its grip on the Internet. The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology announced today that anyone wanting to operate a website would have to meet with regulators in person and bring identity documents. “These new regulations represent a very disturbing step backwards for the Chinese Internet,” Reporters Without Borders said. “No one is fooled. The pretext of combating pornography does not hold. (...)
Google, China officials to resume talks over censorship - Afterdawn.com
Tue Feb 23 19:33, 2010 GMT
Data law draft raises fears over user privacy Bangkok Post The UK's model covers data privacy from all angles, ranging from daily life to business and Internet use, for example protection from spammers. ... and more »
Data law draft raises fears over user privacy - Bangkok Post
Tue Feb 23 20:26, 2010 GMT
Feb. 23 (Bloomberg) -- Google Inc. ’s China business is hiring and advertisers are returning, as concerns ease that the government will shut the company’s operations after it threatened to defy censorship rules.
Google China Starts Hiring as Advertisers Shrug Off Withdrawal (Bloomberg)
Tue Feb 23 20:45, 2010 GMT
BBC News China seeks identity of Web site operators CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... China Tightens Internet Restrictions Voice of America China tightens internet controls BBC News China Further Tightens Rules for Domain Name Owners PC World The Press Association  - 3News  - TheTechJournal.com -:- Technological News Portal all 130 news articles »
China seeks identity of Web site operators - CNET
Tue Feb 23 21:33, 2010 GMT
Feb. 24 (Bloomberg) -- Google Inc. ’s China business is hiring and advertisers are returning, as concerns ease that the government will shut the company’s operations after it threatened to defy censorship rules.
Google China Is Hiring as Withdrawal Concerns Ease (Update1) (Bloomberg)
Tue Feb 23 22:42, 2010 GMT
While any one with an iPhone regardless of age or sensibility can access the most hardcore of porn via the internet, Apple has been notoriously draconian when it comes to optimizing smut for the iPhone and iPod touch. “But…” you may object, “the internet is for porn! And devices designed to present the internet to us [...]
Apple clarifies App Store censorship, only indie boobs apps are banned (The Inquisitr)
Wed Feb 24 00:23, 2010 GMT
A coalition of human rights campaigners on Tuesday urged the US government to fund efforts led by the Falungong spiritual movement to circumvent Internet censorship in China and other nations.
Groups ask US for funds to break China 'firewall' (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Wed Feb 24 02:46, 2010 GMT
CBS News Experts warn of economic loss, catastrophy from cyber attacks CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... Cyber attack would be 'catastrophic' Public Service US Unprepared for 'Cyber War', Former Top Spy Official Says BusinessWeek US would lose cyber war: ex-spy chief Sydney Morning Herald Help Net Security  - Reuters  - Korea Times all 45 news articles »
Experts warn of economic loss, catastrophy from cyber attacks - CNET
Wed Feb 24 06:28, 2010 GMT
eldavojohn writes "Kotaku is running an investigative piece examining what internet censorship means for games in Australia. Australia has some of the most draconian video game attitudes in the world, and the phrase 'refused classification' should strike fear in game developers and publishers looking to market games there. Internet censorship may expand this phrase to mean that anybody hosting ...
AU Internet Censorship Spells Bad News For Gamers (Slashdot)
Wed Feb 24 07:02, 2010 GMT
Ukash expands its network in Russia with Roboxchange, RBK and LiqPAY Ecommerce Journal Customers can then choose to exchange a number of currencies including Webmoney , Yandex.Money, RBKMoney and others. • RBK Money customers can put funds into ...
Ukash expands its network in Russia with Roboxchange, RBK and LiqPAY - Ecommerce Journal
Wed Feb 24 09:02, 2010 GMT
BBC News China imposes new rules for personal websites Los Angeles Times Officials say the new rule is needed to stifle Internet porn. " Internet security needs to be cured from its roots," Li Yizhong, head of the Ministry of ... China seeks identity of Web site operators CNET Google, China officials to resume talks over censorship Afterdawn.com China - Internet censorship reaches unprecedented level Fromtheold Spero News  - International Business Times Australia  - Jakarta Post all 169 news articles »
China imposes new rules for personal websites - Los Angeles Times
Wed Feb 24 08:24, 2010 GMT
US Internet giant Google has posted ads for dozens of positions in its China business, suggesting it may be rethinking its threat to leave the country over cyberattacks and online censorship.
Google's China recruitment despite withdraw threat (AFP via Yahoo! Philippines News)
Wed Feb 24 11:10, 2010 GMT
Telegraph.co.uk Google executives found guilty in landmark case Thaindian.com All four executives denied any wrongdoing in the case which has attracted international attention because of its implications regarding internet privacy . ... Italian Court Finds Google Violated Privacy New York Times Google execs convicted in YouTube Italy case CNET Italy Convicts Google Executives Wall Street Journal Washington Post  - The Press Association  - Aljazeera.net all 277 news articles »
Google executives found guilty in landmark case - Thaindian.com
Wed Feb 24 11:34, 2010 GMT
Telegraph.co.uk Google execs held guilty in privacy violation case IBNLive.com All four executives denied any wrongdoing in the case which has attracted international attention because of its implications regarding internet privacy . ... Google executives found guilty of violating privacy of student bullied on video Engadget (blog) Italian Court Finds Google Violated Privacy New York Times Google execs convicted in YouTube Italy case CNET Wall Street Journal  - Techtree.com  - Reuters all 298 news articles »
Google execs held guilty in privacy violation case - IBNLive.com Access to independent online discussion forum blocked United Arab Emirates - Access to independent online discussion forum blocked"> United Arab Emirates -
Wed Feb 24 11:44, 2010 GMT
Reporters Without Borders condemns the blocking of the online discussion forum UAE Hewar (http://uaehewar.net/), which has been inaccessible in the United Arab Emirates since 7 February. Some of the contributors to the site think the authorities are blocking it in order to discover the identity of the site's owners, who call themselves “Emirati intellectuals.” One of the site's pages was blocked in November because of an article about religion (see http://www.emarati.katib.org/node/109), but (...)
Google Officials Convicted in Italian Privacy Case; Appeal Set (Bloomberg)
Wed Feb 24 13:12, 2010 GMT
ConnectinPrivate.com Aims For Fledgling UK Internet Privacy Market IT News Online The world's most comprehensive internet privacy and security product, ConnectinPrivate.com, has today launched in the UK. The company, which can provide UK ...
ConnectinPrivate.com Aims For Fledgling UK Internet Privacy Market - IT News Online
Wed Feb 24 12:56, 2010 GMT
Telegraph.co.uk China denies cyber attacks on Google originated in two of country's schools Montreal Gazette The California-based Internet giant's attempts to deal with the hacking controversy quietly were hijacked on the weekend when the New York Times published ... China Talks Back to Google Hack Claims The Big Money (blog) Report: Chinese programmer wrote code used against Google CNET Hacking Inquiry Puts China's Elite in New Light New York Times The Guardian  - Digitaltrends.com all 722 news articles »
China denies cyber attacks on Google originated in two of country's schools - Montreal Gazette
Wed Feb 24 10:27, 2010 GMT
Google Inc.’s China business is hiring and advertisers are returning, as concerns ease that the government will shut the company’s operations after it threatened to defy censorship rules.
Google China Is Hiring as Exit Concerns Ease (BusinessWeek)
Wed Feb 24 15:04, 2010 GMT
HSBC presented its new ‘Rapport’ security software, in a move to remain one step ahead of the fraudsters and to prevent its customers from criminals. According to some statistic data, with current 50% of internet users banking online criminals are upping their efforts to target consumers via the web. That’s why HSBC is advising its customers to download Rapport. read more
The new way HSBC prevents its customers from online fraud
Wed Feb 24 12:48, 2010 GMT
A blogger calls on Lukashenka to organize a medical examination for Charhinets, who has declared war against Rammstein.
Open letter from blogger Lipkovich to Belarusian ruler
Thu Jan 1 00:00, 1970 GMT
Supporters of the Cybersecurity Act of 2009 remain steadfast in their support of a bill that would expand President Obama's authority to intervene in the event of a major cyber attack.
Lawmakers Dig In On Cybersecurity Bill
Wed Feb 24 19:39, 2010 GMT
NPD Group says that the losses were mostly older music fans who tried downloading and lost interest. The good news is much less P2P use.
1 million fewer legal download buyers in '09
Wed Feb 24 20:21, 2010 GMT
Let's say you are a blogger who writes about music regularly and includes links to music in your posts. How do you avoid having your blog censored off the Internet by "DMCA takedown notices" sent out by music industry lawyers (as happened last week to several blogs hosted by Blogger)?
Practical Advice for Music Bloggers Worried About DMCA Takedown Censorship (Electronic Frontier Foundations)
Wed Feb 24 20:22, 2010 GMT
Hook, (coffee) line, and sinker Add prominent blogger Cory Doctorow to the list of people successfully phished by a new Twitter worm that's making the rounds.… Web threats: Why conventional protection doesn't work
Twishers reel in 'distracted' <i>Boing Boing</i> blogger
Thu Jan 1 00:00, 1970 GMT
Symantec's latest report has more unsettling news for IT security administrators.
Cyber Attacks Hit 75% of Enterprises in 2009
Wed Feb 24 21:21, 2010 GMT
An Italian court convicted three current and former Google executives for privacy violations in a case that dealt directly with how the Internet is regulated in Italy. In 2006, students at an Italian school filmed and uploaded a clip to Google's Italian Web site showing them bullying a schoolmate with Down syndrome. The court ruled the victim's privacy had been violated, and sentenced three ...
Italian Court Convicts Google Execs Over Privacy (NPR)
Wed Feb 24 19:00, 2010 GMT
Twitter hit with second phishing attack this week CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... and more »
Twitter hit with second phishing attack this week - CNET
Wed Feb 24 21:46, 2010 GMT
Online rights activists are divided Wednesday over an Italian court’s guilty verdicts against Google executives who were convicted on privacy charges for not blocking a video that made fun of a child with Down’s syndrome. All agree the controversial ruling runs counter to longstanding United States and European Union ’safe harbor’ laws immunizing online service [...]
Does Italy’s Google Conviction Portend More Censorship?
Wed Feb 24 22:05, 2010 GMT
Microsoft offers cloud services for the feds CNET We've raised the bar with regard with security and privacy ." Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working ... Microsoft Rolls out Cloud for US Federal Users PC World All About Microsoft ZDNet (blog) Microsoft Announces Government Cloud InformationWeek GCN.com  - eWeek  - PR Newswire (press release) all 32 news articles »
Microsoft offers cloud services for the feds - CNET
Wed Feb 24 22:52, 2010 GMT
Reuters Impact of Italy's ruling on Google Marketplace (blog) Mitchell Hartman reports the case highlights international differences on Internet privacy . The home page of Google pulled up on a computer. ... Google execs held guilty in privacy violation case IBNLive.com Google executives found guilty of violating privacy of student bullied on video Engadget (blog) Google executives convicted of privacy violations in Italy Xinhua InformationWeek  - New York Times  - ZDNet (blog) all 748 news articles »
Impact of Italy's ruling on Google - Marketplace (blog)
Wed Feb 24 22:46, 2010 GMT
The Chinese government is imposing new internet restrictions demanding personal website operators to acquire federal permission to operate their sites. The latest censorship measure, which covers .cn domestic domains, comes as Google is trying to convince Chinese censors to ease up. Google said 43 days ago it would undertake a self-imposed exile from China if the [...]
China Widens Net Censorship; Google Exile Lingers
Tue Feb 23 22:55, 2010 GMT
Reuters China Talks Back to Google Hack Claims The Big Money (blog) Mu writes: Computers in China are easy to be hijacked by hackers as internet security technology and services are still underdeveloped in China. ... Report: Chinese programmer wrote code used against Google CNET Hacking Inquiry Puts China's Elite in New Light New York Times China denies cyber attacks on Google originated in two of country's schools Montreal Gazette The Guardian  - All Things Digital (blog) all 804 news articles »
China Talks Back to Google Hack Claims - The Big Money (blog)
Thu Feb 25 00:50, 2010 GMT
CBC.ca Google Executives Convicted in Italy Over Privacy Violations Politics Daily (blog) In a case watched closely by Internet privacy advocates, three Google executives have been convicted of violations in Italy over an online video of an ... Google execs held guilty in privacy violation case IBNLive.com Impact of Italy's ruling on Google Marketplace (blog) Google executives convicted of privacy violations in Italy Xinhua Engadget (blog)  - PC World  - ZDNet (blog) all 832 news articles »
Google Executives Convicted in Italy Over Privacy Violations - Politics Daily (blog)
Wed Feb 24 20:40, 2010 GMT
Reuters Google 'irresponsible': China Vancouver Sun The California-based Internet giant's attempts to deal with the hacking controversy quietly were hijacked on the weekend when the New York Times published ... China says Google hacking claims "groundless" Reuters Hacking inquiry puts China's elite in new light Spartanburg Herald Journal Xinhua: China Cyber Attacks Against Google Pure Fabrication China Digital Times ITProPortal  - The Money Times  - V3.co.uk all 804 news articles »
Google 'irresponsible': China - Vancouver Sun
Thu Feb 25 03:10, 2010 GMT
Inner City Press Censorship Omitted From UN Study of Internet Access by ITU, No Comment on Cuba Inner City Press Ms. Teltscher said that ITU did not consider internet censorship . Why not? It "cannot be captured in statistics," she replied. Video here, from Minute 18:18 ...
Censorship Omitted From UN Study of Internet Access by ITU, No Comment on Cuba - Inner City Press
Thu Feb 25 06:34, 2010 GMT
Internet giant Google has posted advertisements for dozens of positions in its China business, suggesting it may be rethinking its threat to leave the country over cyber attacks and online censorship.
Google China hiring more staff despite pullout threat (Vietnews Online)
Thu Feb 25 07:25, 2010 GMT
PARIS -- Within two weeks of starting his personal blog in 2002, Wang Jianshuo noticed something peculiar. A post he had written about shuttle services to and from the Pudong airport in Shanghai was getting a lot of traffic. In fact, it was getting so much traffic that Google ranked it first when searching for the words "Pudong airport."
Bloggers Open an Internet Window on Shanghai (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
Tue Feb 23 01:03, 2010 GMT
Reuters US Identifies Programmer Behind Google Cyberattack? Korea IT Times (press release) China furthermore insists that if companies want to do business in China that they must conform to Chinese law-which includes Internet censorship . ... Google 'irresponsible': China Vancouver Sun China says Google hacking claims "groundless" Reuters Chinese Schools Linked to Google Cyber Attacks Moovin On Up (blog) Spartanburg Herald Journal  - Mail & Guardian Online  - China Digital Times all 804 news articles »
US Identifies Programmer Behind Google Cyberattack? - Korea IT Times (press release)
Thu Feb 25 09:09, 2010 GMT
Hotmail hacking how-to for spooks and cops Long-established privacy and cryptology website Cryptome was pulled offline on Wednesday after Microsoft launched a legal offensive over its publication of Redmond's guide to internet wiretapping.… What is your recession sales strategy?
Microsoft's wiretap guide goes online, security site goes offline
Tue Feb 23 18:46, 2010 GMT
Reuters China denies links to Google cyber attacks The Guardian He added: "China administers its internet according to law, and this position will not change. China prohibits hacking and will crack down on hacking ... US Identifies Programmer Behind Google Cyberattack? Korea IT Times (press release) China says Google hacking claims "groundless" Reuters Chinese Schools Linked to Google Cyber Attacks Moovin On Up (blog) Spartanburg Herald Journal  - China Digital Times  - Huffington Post (blog) all 804 news articles »
China denies links to Google cyber attacks - The Guardian
Thu Feb 25 09:55, 2010 GMT
CANBERRA (Reuters) - Cyber attacks on Facebook pages set up to pay tribute to two murdered Australian children has prompted calls for the social networking site to be more accountable for its users.
Facebook urged to act after memorial sites defaced
Thu Feb 25 10:31, 2010 GMT
PCR-online.biz Symantec survey finds 100% of businesses hit by a cyber loss in 2009 BizReport Norton Anti-virus developer, Symantec, found that 100% of the businesses they surveyed regarding Internet security had been hit by a cyber loss last year ... Global cyber attacks on the rise: report Times Online 'Attacks are becoming incredibly handcrafted' Business Standard Data Thefts Cost Every Firm $2 Million Per Year: Study The Epoch Times eSecurity Planet  - San Jose Mercury News all 125 news articles »
Symantec survey finds 100% of businesses hit by a cyber loss in 2009 - BizReport
Thu Feb 25 10:50, 2010 GMT
Reuters China Imposes More Internet Rules Telecoms News (blog) Rather than ease up on broadband restrictions and internet censorship after the recent spat with Google, China has chosen to go the other way instead – and ... Google China Is Hiring as Withdrawal Concerns Ease BusinessWeek Lessons From Google vs. China: Speed Without Security Is Bad Business Jakarta Globe Google's Lesson: Innovation Has to Be Accompanied by Reliability Council on Foreign Relations Spero News  - CNET  - Wired News all 451 news articles »
China Imposes More Internet Rules - Telecoms News (blog)
Thu Feb 25 13:27, 2010 GMT
It's all kind of ironic when you think about it If you’re planning to censor free speech on the internet, what better approach to take than to, er, censor debate about how you’re planning to censor free speech on the internet? Brilliant.… Case Study: WhatsUp keeps Legoland turnstyles ringing
Oz censorship debate censored on Comms minister's website (The Register)
Thu Feb 25 13:43, 2010 GMT
The Hindu Groups Voice Alarm Over Google Conviction National Journal (blog) Internet privacy and tech groups said the conviction Wednesday of three Google executives by an Italian court for privacy violations ... Google Executives Convicted in Italy Over Privacy Violations Politics Daily (blog) Impact of Italy's ruling on Google Marketplace (blog) Google execs held guilty in privacy violation case IBNLive.com Engadget (blog)  - Xinhua  - ZDNet (blog) all 940 news articles »
Groups Voice Alarm Over Google Conviction - National Journal (blog) Another case of political censorship by Eutelsat? Georgia - Another case of political censorship by Eutelsat?"> Georgia -
Thu Feb 25 14:36, 2010 GMT
Was Europe's leading TV satellite operator, Eutelsat, censoring again in violation of article 3 of the convention under which it was created when it recently refused to carry the Georgian public TV station Pervyi Kakvazkyi on its W7 satellite? That is the question that a French court will begin to address on 22 March. Examination of the relations between Eutelsat, a company headquartered in France, and the Georgian public broadcaster GPB raises several questions. Why did Eutelsat suddenly (...)
Sheepskin hat was made for man, and not man for sheepskin hat (Video)
Thu Feb 25 15:50, 2010 GMT
Citi has blocked the bank account of a start-up social networking website for gay men on the grounds that the blog content is "objectionable". In a blog posted yesterday, Jason Goldberg, founder and CEO of Fabulis, says: "In a bit of strange and disturbing news, fabulis discovered today that someone(s) at Citibank had decided arbitrarily to block fabulis' bank account due to what was described to us on the phone as "objectionable content" on our blog." read more
Citi doesn’t like gay social networks?
Thu Feb 25 17:37, 2010 GMT
Video rental service just can't seem to come up for air. The company announces that it lost $435 million in the fourth quarter--usually its best months of the year.
Trouble ahead: Blockbuster posts $435 million loss
Thu Feb 25 21:52, 2010 GMT
When an Italian court convicted three current and former Google executives for failing to comply with Italy's privacy code, it also created a firestorm of anger from organizations rallying for free expression and an open Internet. The convictions came after three Google executives -- David Drummond, Peter Fleischer and Arvind Desikan -- and one former Google executive, George Reyes, were accused ...
Italy's Google Conviction Sets a Dangerous Precedent (NewsFactor via Yahoo! News)
Thu Feb 25 23:02, 2010 GMT
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU data protection authorities have urged U.S. Internet search giant Google to shorten the period it stores images from its controversial Street View web service because of privacy concerns.
EU privacy body wants changes to Google Street View
Thu Feb 25 23:57, 2010 GMT
The ongoing obsession with censorship by the Australian Government continues with two new targets coming into view: Facebook and game review sites. The interest in Facebook comes after a number of tribute Facebook groups for killed kiddies were defaced. Both cases received widespread coverage in Australia, especially in Queensland where both kids died. This morning, Prime Minister [...]
Australia’s Latest Censorship Targets: Facebook And Game Review Sites (The Inquisitr)
Thu Jan 1 00:00, 1970 GMT
In regulatory filing, the chip giant outlines "sometimes successful" attacks that infiltrated the company's systems around the same time as the massive attack on Google and other companies.
Intel Confirms Details of Cyber Attack
Fri Feb 26 01:00, 2010 GMT
TG Daily Microsoft allows Cryptome to publish controversial document CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... Cryptome Restored After Microsoft DMCA Takedown PC Magazine What Microsoft knows and keeps about you, abusing DMCA & kicking Cryptome ... San Francisco Chronicle (blog) Microsoft's wiretap guide goes online, security site goes offline Register Techworld.com  - InternetNews.com  - CrunchGear (blog) all 55 news articles »
Microsoft allows Cryptome to publish controversial document - CNET
Fri Feb 26 01:15, 2010 GMT
AllFacebook (blog) Bug causes Facebook messages to misfire CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... “I am EXTREMELY jealous of you”: Parsing Other People's Facebook Messages Vanity Fair all 16 news articles »
Bug causes Facebook messages to misfire - CNET
Mon Feb 22 15:32, 2010 GMT
3News Spies and hackers exploit world cyber rule void Reuters Better still, from a hacker's perspective, such a goal is not a top priority for the international community, despite an outcry over hacking and censorship ... 'Catastrophic' Cyber Attack Warning Sky News US Unprepared for 'Cyber War', Former Top Spy Official Says BusinessWeek Government Report warns of 'catastrophic' broadband attack Broadband Genie The Hill (blog)  - Help Net Security  - The New New Internet all 275 news articles »
Spies and hackers exploit world cyber rule void - Reuters
Wed Feb 24 17:35, 2010 GMT
3News Cyber security bill reviewed in congress Examiner.com This has Congress looking to pass a Cyber- security bill. Well I assume I'll have to take off my shoes to do internet banking, and Sysadmins will need to see ... Spies and hackers exploit world cyber rule void Reuters 'Catastrophic' Cyber Attack Warning Sky News US Unprepared for 'Cyber War', Former Top Spy Official Says BusinessWeek Broadband Genie  - Help Net Security  - Korea Times all 275 news articles »
Cyber security bill reviewed in congress - Examiner.com
Thu Feb 25 22:39, 2010 GMT
Reuters Italian Court Attempts To End Internet , Convicts Google Execs of Privacy ... Mediaite.com Yesterday, an Italian court convicted three high-ranking Google executives of violating the privacy of an ... Google convicted in Italy, Google denounces threat to any Internet White Hat News Italy's Google Convictions Set a Dangerous Precedent PC World Coming soon: three ways to invest in the Internet Video Revolution MarketWatch (blog) ZDNet (blog)  - AHN | All Headline News  - InformationWeek all 1,152 news articles »
Italian Court Attempts To End Internet, Convicts Google Execs of Privacy ... - Mediaite.com
Fri Feb 26 06:06, 2010 GMT
The Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd, has conceded the proposed mandatory Internet filtering scheme is not perfect but is adamant about its role to reduce inappropriate content in cyberspace.
K. Rudd: Internet filter not perfect, but we’re ploughing ahead (ARNnet)
Fri Feb 26 07:47, 2010 GMT
The Age Australia's chief censor redacts official website to downplay his role in ... Boing Boing (blog) This means that visitors to his site would not have an easy means of reading the Minister's statements in support of censorship , and anyone who relied on ... Pirate Party attacks Lundy's filter option ZDNet Australia Senator Kate Lundy proposes " Internet Filter Lite" Australian Personal Computer Senator Conroy Censors Own Website SmartHouse Register  - Sydney Morning Herald  - NEWS.com.au all 34 news articles »
Australia's chief censor redacts official website to downplay his role in ... - Boing Boing (blog)
Tue Feb 23 23:33, 2010 GMT
3News Internet security : Experts say gov. must do more Today's THV The new calls for more government authority over the Internet's free enterprise are countered by privacy advocates and others who prefer private solutions. ... Cyber security bill reviewed in congress Examiner.com Spies and hackers exploit world cyber rule void Reuters US Unprepared for 'Cyber War', Former Top Spy Official Says BusinessWeek Sky News  - Help Net Security  - Korea Times all 275 news articles »
Internet security: Experts say gov. must do more - Today's THV
Fri Feb 26 11:05, 2010 GMT
Report Looks at China's Online Censorship Wall Street Journal (blog) On Friday, the state-run Global Times, published by the People's Daily, carried an unusually candid and lengthy discussion of Internet censorship in China ...
Report Looks at China's Online Censorship - Wall Street Journal (blog) Are media, arts and culture really starting to censor themselves? Denmark - Are media, arts and culture really starting to censor themselves?"> Denmark -
Fri Feb 26 11:17, 2010 GMT
Ranked first in the Reporters Without Borders press freedom index, Denmark is known for a deep attachment to free expression and press freedom. This was seen again on 16 September 2009, when the Copenhagen-based daily Politiken published Thomas Rathsack's entire book Ranger – at War with the Elite as a free insert after the defence ministry tried to get the courts to ban it. The book relates Rathsack's experiences as a member of a Danish special forces unit carrying our sensitive operations (...)
Google told to dump Street View images after six months - PC Pro
Fri Feb 26 12:02, 2010 GMT
Chris Castle catches up with El Reg Interview Attorney Chris Castle has worked for the original Napster ("one of the greatest inventions of the 20th Century"), Snocap and in digital licensing for Sony and A&M. In the first installment of our annual catch-up, he wondered whether Google may have annoyed so many rights holders that it's rethinking its strategy. Here, he talks about how he tried to bring P2P in from the cold at Napster, then Snocap .… What is your recession sales strategy?
Bringing P2P in from the cold
Fri Feb 26 09:52, 2010 GMT
A potential candidate for deputy of Minsk city executive committee, a popular blogger Yauhen Lipkovich has sent an application to deputy head of Lukashenka’s administration Natalya Pyatkevich.
Belarusian blogger asks Lukashenka’s administration to give approval to his campaign poster (Photo)
Fri Feb 26 13:38, 2010 GMT
Scientists in China overwhelmingly choose Google over Baidu for their research, which AllThingD's John Paczkowski sees as lending credence to Google's original decision to enter China despite the known censorship minefields.
Chinese scientists recalibrate Google's evil scale
Sun Feb 21 04:54, 2010 GMT
Feds Can Search, Seize P2P Files Without Warrant
David Kravets
Sun Feb 21 04:48, 2010 GMT
Cyber attacks on Google have been traced to a top Chinese university
NEW YORK (Reuters)
Fri Feb 26 16:36, 2010 GMT
Eagle View: Internet Censorship : Good or Bad? my.hsj.org Internet censorship and security is a double edged sword in the world of growing technological advancements. On one side it protects citizens, but sometimes ...
Eagle View: Internet Censorship: Good or Bad? - my.hsj.org
Fri Feb 26 18:17, 2010 GMT
After Apple banned thousands of iPhone applications containing sexually suggestive material, German publishers fear the computer giant will begin limiting their editorial freedoms.
German publishers up in arms over Apple censorship (Deutsche Welle)
Fri Feb 26 20:12, 2010 GMT
[Is Apple's stringent governance of its "explicit" apps unforgivable censorship, or an overreaction to a legitimate problem? Editor Danny Cowan of iPhone-focused sister site FingerGaming checks out all of the "boobs and butts" on offer in the App Store and suggests that maybe it's good riddance to many of the apps the company pulled.] Every day, I spend a few minutes catching up with the newest ...
Opinion: iPhone Butts Drive Me Nuts (Gamasutra)
Thu Jan 1 00:00, 1970 GMT
The electronic payment and risk management services provider has teamed up with security software vendor ThreatMetrix to provide advanced identity protection applications to combat online transaction fraud.
CyberSource, ThreatMetrix Partner to Secure IDs
Sat Feb 27 00:26, 2010 GMT
Telegraph.co.uk Picking on the big boy of the Internet Globe and Mail An Italian court convicted three Google executives of privacy violations this week. Now it's fighting back to defend its Web dominance From Saturday's Globe ... US Ambassador to Italy Criticizes Google Convictions HispanicBusiness.com Google told to dump Street View images after six months PC Pro EU Asks Google for More Privacy in Street View PC Magazine Seattle Times  - Los Angeles Times (blog)  - Inquirer all 468 news articles »
Picking on the big boy of the Internet - Globe and Mail
Fri Feb 26 04:07, 2010 GMT
In reply to Why Wasn't Conroy In The Hot Seat? : well, it is obvious why Abbott wouldn’t attack Conroy, isn’t it? Conroy could be seen politically to the right of Abbott with his attitude towards freedom and censorship. Abbott can lean back and let Conroy cop the well deserved public outrage at his censorship ploy, and then eventually take over and just keep the censorship system in place. What ...
well, it is obvious why (New Matilda)
Fri Feb 26 00:44, 2010 GMT
Telegraph.co.uk US Ambassador to Italy Criticizes Google Convictions HispanicBusiness.com On Wednesday morning judge Oscar Magi of the Milan court gave the Google managers a six-month suspended sentence for violating privacy laws but absolved ... Google told to dump Street View images after six months PC Pro Internet Freedom A Relative Concept WBUR Ryan Blethen / Times editorial columnist Italy's prosecution of Google execs ... Seattle Times PC Magazine  - Los Angeles Times (blog)  - Mediapost.com all 484 news articles »
US Ambassador to Italy Criticizes Google Convictions - HispanicBusiness.com
Fri Feb 26 03:58, 2010 GMT
An anonymous reader writes "Communications Minister Stephen Conroy, the minister attempting to ram the great firewall of Oz down everyone's throat, has been removing all traces of the unpopular legislation from his main website with a JavaScript filter. From the article: 'It was revealed today a script within the minister's homepage deliberately removes references to internet filtering from the ...
Aussie Internet Censorship Minister Censors Self (Slashdot)
Sat Feb 27 13:09, 2010 GMT
The big news of the week was Google's efforts to remove censorship from its search results in China - read on for our coverage and analysis of this news. We also continued our exploration of the significant Internet trends of 2010, including Real-Time Web, Mobile Web and Internet of Things. Note: We've refreshed the format for our longest running feature, the Weekly Wrapup. It now focuses more ...
Weekly Wrapup: The Week in Web Technology (ReadWriteWeb)
Sat Feb 27 23:45, 2010 GMT
I’VE been buying the locally-published Bahasa Malaysia edition of Detective Conan for the past few years. I enjoy reading the manga in print form and have no problem with it apart from the sometimes inconsistent translation. However, recently I noticed that the manga has been censored.
Censorship woes (The Star)
Mon Mar 1 07:46, 2010 GMT
The head of the global Internet addressing authority will visit China this week, according to people briefed on the matter, highlighting questions about China's Web censorship after it applied to offer domain names that end with Chinese characters.
ICANN head visiting China after 'dot-China' request (IT World)
Mon Mar 1 08:22, 2010 GMT
TopNews United States Good faith urged for global cooperation on cyber security People's Daily Online Internet security is definitely a global concern which requires international coordinated efforts, and the number of Web sites tampered by hackers exceeded ... Most resistance to 'Aurora' hack attacks futile, says report Register Google, China, and <i>1984</i> Huffington Post (blog) Researcher Says Up to 100 Victims in Google Attack Wall Street Journal ITWorld Canada  - V3.co.uk  - US-China Institute all 41 news articles »
Good faith urged for global cooperation on cyber security - People's Daily Online
Mon Mar 1 09:53, 2010 GMT
Trip highlights country's censorship of the web An ICANN visit to China, following an application to offer domain names that end with Chinese characters, is expected to hihglight the country's censorship of the net.
ICANN to visit china after 'dot-china' request (PC Advisor)
Mon Mar 1 07:30, 2010 GMT
The head of the global Internet addressing authority will visit China this week, according to people briefed on the matter, highlighting questions about China's Web censorship after it applied to offer domain names that end with Chinese characters.
ICANN Head Visiting China After 'dot-China' Request (PC World via Yahoo! News)
Mon Mar 1 09:30, 2010 GMT
Tells users to 'Have Your Say' via online survey instead Exclusive The governing body of the BBC has no plans to investigate the Corporation's decision to block open source implementations of RTMP (real-time messaging protocol) streaming in the iPlayer, despite grumbles from many UK viewers and listeners of the service.… The power of collaboration within unified communications
BBC Trust won't probe iPlayer open source gripes
Mon Mar 1 09:45, 2010 GMT
Now we're not allowed to know who is responsible Debate over internet filtering in Australia is rapidly descending from high comedy into total farce, as Communications Minister Stephen Conroy ploughs on with his interesting approach of never committing just one gaffe – when he can so easily commit two.… Offloading malware protection to the cloud
Curiouser and curiouser: Aussie gov censors the censorship news
Mon Mar 1 11:46, 2010 GMT
China wants 'dot China' domain names in Chinese characters The head of the global Internet addressing authority will visit China this week, according to people briefed on the matter, highlighting questions about China's web censorship after it applied to offer domain names that end with Chinese characters.
ICANN head to visit China after 'dot-China' request (TechWorld)
Mon Mar 1 11:52, 2010 GMT
According to the 2010 Symantec State of Enterprise Security Study published last week ¾ of Asia Pacific enterprises along with 2/3 of businesses in Singapore have been hit by cyber attacks within the last 12 months. The research revealed that 38% of Asia Pacific companies and 67% of Singapore enterprises cite cyber risks as their top concern more than natural disasters, terrorism, and traditional crime combined. read more
Asian companies are concern about cyber attacks more than disasters and crime
Mon Mar 1 12:25, 2010 GMT
The net's heart of darkness Book review Fatal System Error - The Hunt for the New Crime Lords Who Are Bringing Down the Internet is an informative and entertaining look at the roots of the burgeoning cybercrime economy and its links to government, featuring a rogue's gallery of international wrong 'uns.… Offloading malware protection to the cloud
<em>Fatal System Error</em>: Watching the miscreants
Mon Mar 1 12:36, 2010 GMT
Now that Google has thrown down the gauntlet, American companies may find arguments about the need to obey local laws do not offer blanket protection from questions about conduct.
New Scrutiny on Censorship Issues for U.S. Companies in China (New York Times)
Mon Mar 1 13:01, 2010 GMT
The Tech Herald Qualys to scan Web sites for malware CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... Qualys Introduces GO SECURE Service for Businesses to Scan their Web Sites for ... Business Wire (press release) Qualys Introduces Ground Breaking Free Malware Detection Service To Protect ... Business Wire (press release) all 9 news articles »
Qualys to scan Web sites for malware - CNET
Mon Mar 1 14:21, 2010 GMT
The highlights Interview In a wide-ranging interview today Opera chairman Jon von Tetzchner talked about the Browser Choice ruling, Opera's iPhone app, Google as a competitor, and how P2P will be the next generation of the web. Rather than pad it out with waffle, here are the highlights with signposts.… Case Study: WhatsUp keeps Legoland turnstyles ringing
Opera's Jon Von Tetzchner on browser choice, the iphone and Google
Mon Mar 1 07:41, 2010 GMT
A potential candidate for a seat in the Minsk city council addressed the Central Commission on Elections and National Referendums.
Blogger Lipkovich took Yarmoshyna at her word
Mon Mar 1 15:44, 2010 GMT
sQuid, the electronic money (eMoney) operator, today announces the launch of their electronic purse on the Dumfries and Galloway branded National ...
Dumfries and Galloway introduces sQuid card
Mon Mar 1 16:21, 2010 GMT
After a decade of illegally sharing music, some people may have finally exhausted hard drive space or sated their desire for any more songs, says NPD Group.
P2P music use down? Users may be stuffed
Mon Mar 1 16:34, 2010 GMT
Direct Traffic Media No privacy on Buzz worries users Baruch College The Ticker Barely two weeks after its introduction, Google Buzz is currently at the center of a huge online firestorm over the issue of Internet privacy . ... Find a Sense of Belonging in the Class Action Suit Against Google's Social ... Ridiculopathy Daily (satire) Google Trying To Find Balance With Buzz – Tech Daily Dose – Tech … Mashtrends Google Buzz draws criticism Providence Journal all 77 news articles »
No privacy on Buzz worries users - Baruch College The Ticker
Mon Mar 1 18:57, 2010 GMT
GAITHERSBURG, Maryland (Reuters) - Lockheed Martin Corp, the No. 1 information technology provider to the U.S. government, is working hard to better predict and protect against increasingly sophisticated and stealthy cyber attacks.
Lockheed seeks to predict cybersecurity threats
Mon Mar 1 21:33, 2010 GMT
Globe and Mail As Cyber Attacks Increase, Lockheed Ramps Up Security TMCnet According to a recent Youtube video in which the IT company depicts the Internet security issue as a match between US government and industry on one side, ... Lockheed seeks to predict cybersecurity threats Reuters all 23 news articles »
As Cyber Attacks Increase, Lockheed Ramps Up Security - TMCnet
Tue Mar 2 01:00, 2010 GMT
Telegraph.co.uk Microsoft warns of zero-day hole for older Windows CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... Beware Windows XP's F1 Help ... PC Magazine IE code execution bug can bite older Windows machines Register Microsoft investigating new IE browser vulnerability ZDNet (blog) Tom's Guide  - Computerworld  - The H all 229 news articles »
Microsoft warns of zero-day hole for older Windows - CNET
Tue Mar 2 01:48, 2010 GMT
ReadWriteWeb (blog) Censorship in China: How ReadWriteWeb China Was Closed Down For a Month ReadWriteWeb (blog) According to Wikipedia, Internet censorship in China is "conducted under a wide variety of laws and administrative regulations." In particular China looks ...
Censorship in China: How ReadWriteWeb China Was Closed Down For a Month - ReadWriteWeb (blog)
Tue Mar 2 02:59, 2010 GMT
US to Reveal Some Rules on Security for Internet New York Times 10, which is the effort to create an identity management strategy that would be able to balance the competing issues of security and privacy . ... and more »
US to Reveal Some Rules on Security for Internet - New York Times
Tue Mar 2 05:08, 2010 GMT
US TO REVEAL SOME RULES ON SECURITY FOR INTERNET El Paso Inc 10, which is the effort to create an identity management strategy that would be able to balance the competing issues of security and privacy . ... and more »
US TO REVEAL SOME RULES ON SECURITY FOR INTERNET - El Paso Inc
Sat Feb 27 22:57, 2010 GMT
The Guardian Google conviction could have wide impact on Web Salt Lake Tribune Technology » Italian privacy verdict may mean Net 'as we know it will cease to exist.' Judge Oscar Magi, seen in this video image, found three Google?s ... Privacy and Internet Khaleej Times On Google, Italy and the Future of Media GigaOm (blog) Google execs' conviction in Italian video case called threat to Internet Seattle Post Intelligencer The Guardian  - Reuters  - Seattle Times all 653 news articles »
Google conviction could have wide impact on Web - Salt Lake Tribune
Tue Mar 2 08:08, 2010 GMT
Report: Aurora attack was tested last summer CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... and more »
Report: Aurora attack was tested last summer - CNET
Tue Mar 2 09:52, 2010 GMT
Hypercom Corporation (NYSE: HYC), the high security electronic payment and digital transactions solutions provider, today announced financial results ...
Hypercom swings to Q4 profit
Tue Mar 2 11:54, 2010 GMT
Clock up Old-style PlayStation 3 consoles are now able to reconnect to the PlayStation Network, after a glitch in the machine's internal clock blocked access to the online service.…
Sony: PS3 leap year glitch caused network lockout
Tue Mar 2 09:23, 2010 GMT
Smartmoney.com New era for internet security amid increased attacks BBC News Internet security techniques must adapt to keep up with the rising tide of net attacks say officials. The issue is top of the agenda at the ... Good faith urged for global cooperation on cyber security People's Daily Online Could a Cyberattack Hit Stocks You Own? Smartmoney.com all 5 news articles »
New era for internet security amid increased attacks - BBC News
Tue Mar 2 12:48, 2010 GMT
Having analysed the attacks on Google and others, security firm Damballa says they were caused by a 'garden variety' botnet
Report: Google cyberattacks first tested last summer
Tue Mar 2 14:18, 2010 GMT
Cambodia's Great Internet Firewall? Global Voices Online (blog) There is also a question whether Cambodia will follow its neighboring countries where internet censorship is being practiced. While the TC's deputy director ...
Cambodia's Great Internet Firewall? - Global Voices Online (blog)
Tue Mar 2 15:03, 2010 GMT
National Post Battle against Google empire goes global National JPG “Google is a honey pot of information,” says Rebecca Jeschke, the spokeswoman for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, an internet privacy pressure group ... New Scrutiny on Censorship Issues for US Companies in China New York Times Google's Getting Poached! Motley Fool (blog) Where's Google Going Today? National Post TechFlash (blog)  - China Economic Review all 14 news articles »
Battle against Google empire goes global - National
Tue Mar 2 15:06, 2010 GMT
Privacy , Protection and Peace of Mind -- Kaspersky Lab Launches New Security ... MarketWatch (press release) About Kaspersky Lab Kaspersky Lab is the world's largest privately-held Internet Security company, providing comprehensive protection against all forms of ... and more »
Privacy, Protection and Peace of Mind -- Kaspersky Lab Launches New Security ... - MarketWatch (press release)
Tue Mar 2 15:25, 2010 GMT
Today, Google is testifying in front of the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Human Rights and the Law to address internet freedom and censorship, particularly calling attention to the recent security and censorship issues in both China and Iran. Google's Deputy General Counsel Nicole Wong is presenting testimony on behalf of the search giant, which we've embedded below. Much of the testimony ...
Google Testifies Before U.S. Senate On Ways To Fight Global Censorship (TechCrunch)
Tue Mar 2 17:47, 2010 GMT
Eagles' Eye: BCPS Internet Block Page my.hsj.org The internet allows for virtually any piece of information to be accessible and easily interpreted. Imagine that this vast bottle of knowledge was corked. ...
Eagles' Eye: BCPS Internet Block Page - my.hsj.org
Tue Mar 2 17:56, 2010 GMT
March 2 (Bloomberg) -- Google Inc. hasn’t set a deadline for ending its censorship of search results for Internet users in China, a company official said today.
Google Doesn’t Have Timetable to End Censorship, Executive Says (Bloomberg)
Tue Mar 2 18:30, 2010 GMT
In the wake of Google's revelations about a massive cyber attack linked to China, Sen. Durbin vows to introduce legislation to hold companies responsible for upholding Internet freedom overseas.
Senate Leader Blasts Tech Industry, Plans Net Freedom Law (Datamation)
Tue Mar 2 19:13, 2010 GMT
A top Google executive said Tuesday that the Internet giant has set no timetable for its operations in China but remains firm in its plan to end censorship of Web search results there.
Google firm on China censoring, but no timetable set (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Tue Mar 2 19:11, 2010 GMT
March 2 (Bloomberg) -- Google Inc. hasn’t set a deadline for ending its censorship of search results for Internet users in China, a company official said today.
Google Sets No Deadline on Censorship, Official Says (Update1) (Bloomberg)
Tue Mar 2 19:04, 2010 GMT
The Business Insider Google To US Senate: Start Leaning Harder On Countries That Censor The Internet The Business Insider She recounted the familiar details of the recent Google-China feud and gave an overview of Internet censorship around the world. In the final section of her ... Google Sets No Deadline on Censorship , Official Says BusinessWeek Bill to Require Tech Firms to Protect Human Rights Wall Street Journal Senator to Introduce Internet Human Rights Bill PC World Reuters  - Times of India  - The Hill (blog) all 128 news articles »
Google To US Senate: Start Leaning Harder On Countries That Censor The Internet - The Business Insider
Tue Mar 2 19:26, 2010 GMT
MSN Philippines News Sorry Google, but the buck must stop with you Sydney Morning Herald I don't agree with internet censorship , just as I don't agree with newspaper, radio or TV censorship , but there has to be a degree of self- censorship on the ... Brandeis in Italy: The Privacy Issues in the Google Video Case Huffington Post (blog) Google's trouble in Europe exposes lack of social responsibility Xinhua Net effect Deccan Herald New York Times  - IT Business Edge (blog)  - Hamilton Spectator all 32 news articles »
Sorry Google, but the buck must stop with you - Sydney Morning Herald
Tue Mar 2 19:30, 2010 GMT
Rediff Durbin to Introduce Internet Freedom Bill InternetNews.com Durbin chaired a hearing on Internet censorship in May 2008, when he secured commitments from Google (NASDAQ: GOOG), Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) and Yahoo ... Google To US Senate: Start Leaning Harder On Countries That Censor The Internet The Business Insider Google Sets No Deadline on Censorship , Official Says BusinessWeek Bill to Require Tech Firms to Protect Human Rights Wall Street Journal Reuters  - PC World  - TechCrunch (blog) all 152 news articles »
Durbin to Introduce Internet Freedom Bill - InternetNews.com
Tue Mar 2 18:30, 2010 GMT
SC Magazine US Microsoft working with Germans on electronic ID card CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... Microsoft's Charney Suggests 'Net Tax to Clean Computers PC World RSA: Microsoft Tries To Turn Shady Internet Trustworthy InformationWeek The evolution of online identity and trust SC Magazine US PR Newswire (press release) all 28 news articles »
Microsoft working with Germans on electronic ID card - CNET
Tue Mar 2 20:04, 2010 GMT
SAMAA TV Global Internet Freedom via Government Regulation? Cato @ Liberty Google's recent announcement that it would—eventually—cease its complicity in China's regime of Internet censorship was greeted with general approbation, ... Durbin to Introduce Internet Freedom Bill InternetNews.com Google To US Senate: Start Leaning Harder On Countries That Censor The Internet The Business Insider Google Sets No Deadline on Censorship , Official Says BusinessWeek Wall Street Journal  - Reuters  - PC World all 153 news articles »
Global Internet Freedom via Government Regulation? - Cato @ Liberty
Tue Mar 2 20:49, 2010 GMT
Dedicated World of Warcraft players may fall victims to a sophisticated attack orchestrated by cyber crooks. Hackers have developed a man-in-the-middle-attack designed to circumvent authentication kit used by the gamers. Players are lured into installing Trojans disguised as gaming ad-ons. As soon as the installation is successful the malware provides hackers with an access to capturing and relaying authentication commands next time a victim logs on to Blizzard's servers.  
Your World of Warcraft add-on may turn a new sophisticated Trojan
Tue Mar 2 22:24, 2010 GMT
On the Hill: US Tech Companies Come Under Fire for Internet Censorship TMC Net Companies, however, maintain that the laws of the countries in which they operate sometimes require censorship or Web site restrictions, but members of the ... Legislators Pressure Internet Firms to Fight Censorship Overseas TMC Net all 2 news articles »
On the Hill: US Tech Companies Come Under Fire for Internet Censorship - TMC Net
Tue Mar 2 22:22, 2010 GMT
Ars Technica US high-tech companies under fire on Capitol Hill for Internet censorship Los Angeles Times (blog) Internet freedom took center stage Tuesday on Capitol Hill when US technology companies were criticized for censoring or blocking Internet sites in China, ... Global Internet Freedom via Government Regulation? Cato @ Liberty Durbin to Introduce Internet Freedom Bill InternetNews.com Google To US Senate: Start Leaning Harder On Countries That Censor The Internet The Business Insider CNN  - Reuters  - Ars Technica all 184 news articles »
US high-tech companies under fire on Capitol Hill for Internet censorship - Los Angeles Times (blog)
Tue Mar 2 23:46, 2010 GMT
CNET Microsoft exec: Infected PCs should be quarantined (Q&A) CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... Microsoft's Charney Suggests 'Net Tax to Clean Computers PC World RSA: Microsoft Tries To Turn Shady Internet Trustworthy InformationWeek Microsoft's Charney details new botnet protection, IdM technology at RSA SearchSecurity.com SC Magazine US  - PR Newswire (press release) all 38 news articles »
Microsoft exec: Infected PCs should be quarantined (Q&A) - CNET
Wed Mar 3 00:10, 2010 GMT
The so-called Mariposa botnet was made up of about 12.7 million PCs infected with worm that stole data and spread via USB drives, MSN Messenger, and P2P networking.
Spain arrests three accused of running huge botnet
Wed Mar 3 00:18, 2010 GMT
March 3 (Bloomberg) -- The Obama administration is weighing the merits of taking China’s censorship of Google Inc. to the World Trade Organization as an unfair barrier to trade.
Google Wants U.S. to Weigh WTO Challenge to China Censorship (Bloomberg)
Wed Mar 3 00:51, 2010 GMT
SAMAA TV Google Urges US Lawmakers to Make Open Internet Key Part of Diplomatic, Trade ... Voice of America Google Vice President and Deputy General Counsel Nicole Wong told a panel of lawmakers on Tuesday that Internet censorship not only stifles business and ... US high-tech companies under fire on Capitol Hill for Internet censorship Los Angeles Times (blog) Google Wants US to Weigh WTO Challenge to China Censorship BusinessWeek On the Hill: US Tech Companies Come Under Fire for Internet Censorship TMC Net Cato @ Liberty  - InternetNews.com  - The Business Insider all 202 news articles »
Google Urges US Lawmakers to Make Open Internet Key Part of Diplomatic, Trade ... - Voice of America
Wed Mar 3 01:02, 2010 GMT
We will stop censoring when we stop Google has reiterated that it's no longer willing to censor search results in China. But as it continues to censor search results in China, it's not quite sure when this will actually stop.… The power of collaboration within unified communications
Google: 'no timetable' on China talks
Wed Mar 3 06:17, 2010 GMT
March 2 (Bloomberg) -- An Italian judge’s conviction last month of two managers and a former executive of Google Inc. for privacy violations may set a precedent that could restrict the flow of Internet information, U.S. officials said today.
Google Ruling Could Limit Web Information, U.S. Officials Say (Bloomberg)
Wed Mar 3 06:51, 2010 GMT
Expert Panel Discusses Censorship in China Harvard Crimson Internet censorship “runs exactly counter to what Google is all about,” Debby Soo, a former content acquisition associate ...
Expert Panel Discusses Censorship in China - Harvard Crimson
Wed Mar 3 09:46, 2010 GMT
The botnet was made up of 12.7 million PCs infected with a worm that stole data and spread via USB drives, MSN Messenger and P2P networking
Mariposa botnet: Spain makes three arrests
Wed Mar 3 09:36, 2010 GMT
VeriFone Holdings (NYSE: PAY), the global leader in secure electronic payment solutions today announced financial results for the three months ended ...
VeriFone posts Q1 profit
Wed Mar 3 11:14, 2010 GMT
WASHINGTON - An Italian judge’s conviction last month of two managers and a former executive of Google Inc. for privacy violations may set a precedent that could restrict the flow of Internet information, US officials said yesterday.
Italian ruling on Google worries US (Boston Globe)
Wed Mar 3 12:00, 2010 GMT
Google has told a US Senate committee that censorship in China favours local firms.
China censorship a 'trade issue' (BBC News)
Wed Mar 3 12:06, 2010 GMT
Automated Response Needed for Cyber Attack, Napolitano Will Say BusinessWeek Napolitano will say that identifying computer users, designing security software that can react at “ Internet speed” and developing hardware and software ... Security Expert Urges Shift In Tactics Against Cyber Attacks Voice of America all 3 news articles »
Automated Response Needed for Cyber Attack, Napolitano Will Say - BusinessWeek
Wed Mar 3 13:10, 2010 GMT
P2P Threatens Health Record Privacy Too The New New Internet Peer-to-peer sharing software seems to be the bane of Internet security , particularly in privacy terms. Records of highly classified materials (like the ... and more »
P2P Threatens Health Record Privacy Too - The New New Internet
Wed Mar 3 13:56, 2010 GMT
Google says state censorship in countries like China should be put on the United States' trade agenda.Nicole Wong from Google told the Senate Judiciary Committee that web censorship could favour local...
China censorship a 'trade issue' (MalaysiaNews.net)
Wed Mar 3 14:29, 2010 GMT
An online security vendor M86 Security reported that many URL filters and antivirus applications fail to recognize a big volume of malicious URLs. The conclusions were made on the basis of the test performed by the company. M86 Security used three leading but unnamed antivirus products against 15,000 malicious URLs and found that only 39% were blocked successfully. Having screened the set of malicious URLs against a URL filter the company found that only 444, about 3%, were correctly detected. read more
Security software and URL filters do not see most of malicious destinations
Wed Mar 3 15:04, 2010 GMT
BBC News Internet freedom and security NetworkWorld.com Finally the Internet security firm NetWitness said that it had figured out that 75000 computers at 2500 companies had been compromised with the ZeuS Trojan ... US high-tech companies under fire on Capitol Hill for Internet censorship Los Angeles Times (blog) Google Wants US to Weigh Challenging China in WTO BusinessWeek Expert Panel Discusses Censorship in China Harvard Crimson Voice of America  - TMC Net  - TopNews United States all 224 news articles »
Internet freedom and security - NetworkWorld.com
Wed Mar 3 15:47, 2010 GMT
BBC News Google Wants US to Weigh Challenging China in WTO BusinessWeek The Chinese government has said it doesn't engage in cyber attacks and is itself a victim of breaches of Internet security . The US trade office has asked ... US high-tech companies under fire on Capitol Hill for Internet censorship Los Angeles Times (blog) Internet freedom and security NetworkWorld.com Expert Panel Discusses Censorship in China Harvard Crimson Voice of America  - TMC Net  - TopNews United States all 226 news articles »
Google Wants US to Weigh Challenging China in WTO - BusinessWeek
Wed Mar 3 15:56, 2010 GMT
12m zombie machines run by 3 admins Analysis More details have emerged about a cybercrime investigation that led to the takedown of a botnet containing 12m zombie PCs and the arrest of three alleged kingpins who built and ran it.…
How FBI, police busted massive botnet
Wed Mar 3 16:13, 2010 GMT
BBC News Internet freedom and security Computerworld Finally the Internet security firm NetWitness said that it had figured out that 75000 computers at 2500 companies had been compromised with the ZeuS Trojan ... Google Wants US to Weigh Challenging China in WTO BusinessWeek US high-tech companies under fire on Capitol Hill for Internet censorship Los Angeles Times (blog) Expert Panel Discusses Censorship in China Harvard Crimson Voice of America  - TMC Net  - The Hill (blog) all 239 news articles »
Internet freedom and security - Computerworld
Wed Mar 3 16:46, 2010 GMT
HTC won't fix, blames Orange The latest update to Orange's Hero handset, manufactured by HTC, is blocking access to the Android marketplace again.… Offloading malware protection to the cloud
Hero update blocks Marketplace
Wed Mar 3 14:26, 2010 GMT
Google made news in Washington on Tuesday as the Obama Administration is reportedly considering using the World Trade Organization to help Google in its censorship battle with China. Meanwhile, a leading U.S. Senator said he plans to introduce legislation punishing companies that cave in to censorship demands.
U.S. Could Challenge China on Google's Behalf at WTO (PC World via Yahoo! News)
Wed Mar 3 17:36, 2010 GMT
Search giant claims censorship and hacking incidents are an international trade issue and urges Obama administration to seek World Trade Organization forum to publicly discuss the issue. Sen. Dick Durbin his own solution: legislation that would mandate civil or criminal liabilities on Internet companies that do not take steps to protect human rights.
Google-China Dispute May End Up at WTO (eWeek)
Wed Mar 3 19:02, 2010 GMT
But lawmakers want companies to take the lead against online censorship.
Google Urges Anti-Censorship Trade Rules (InformationWeek)
Wed Mar 3 20:02, 2010 GMT
Globe and Mail Internet Explorer 8 Wins Again PC Magazine (blog) Gavin noted that Internet users have serious concerns about identity theft and privacy . People's feelings about how much private info they want to share ... Microsoft warns of zero-day hole for older Windows CNET Microsoft offers computer users choice of browsers Telegraph.co.uk Microsoft warns older Windows users of security flaw Xinhua PC World  - Times of India  - Infopackets (blog) all 498 news articles »
Internet Explorer 8 Wins Again - PC Magazine (blog)
Wed Mar 3 20:47, 2010 GMT
Viacom content is leaving Hulu next week, though users will still be able to watch those shows over at ComedyCentral.com. What this really could end up hurting are bloggers and other people who are trying to share specific clips, which Hulu was able to do.
Viacom's departure from Hulu comes with a bite
Wed Mar 3 21:12, 2010 GMT
McAfee: Source code is easy target within corporations CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ...
McAfee: Source code is easy target within corporations - CNET
Wed Mar 3 21:44, 2010 GMT
A top Google executive says that the Internet giant has set no timetable for its operations in China, but remains firm in its plan to end censorship of web search results there.
Google sticks to its guns on China plan (Independent Online)
Wed Mar 3 22:00, 2010 GMT
The Obama administration is weighing the merits of taking China's censorship of Google Inc to the World Trade Organisation as an unfair barrier to trade, a move that could...
US mulls to challenge China Web censorship at WTO talks (Express India)
Wed Mar 3 22:29, 2010 GMT
The U.S. appears to be embarking on a new strategy for dealing with the restrictions China places on Internet companies, fueled in large part by Google's recent dustup with the Chinese government over its censorship demands. The company testified before a Senate Judiciary subcommittee on Tuesday, urging the U.S. government to bring the censorship issue to the World Trade Organization for redress.
Google Urges US to Take Censorship Brawl to WTO (E-Commerce Times)
Wed Mar 3 22:55, 2010 GMT
DailyTech Senator Criticizes Tech Companies For Lack Of Cooperation On Internet Censorship ChannelWeb A US Senator criticized technology companies for permitting Internet censorship in China, Iran and other countries and said he will introduce ... Internet freedom and security Computerworld Google Urges US to Take Censorship Brawl to WTO E-Commerce Times Google Wants US to Weigh Challenging China in WTO BusinessWeek Los Angeles Times (blog)  - Examiner.com  - Harvard Crimson all 268 news articles »
Senator Criticizes Tech Companies For Lack Of Cooperation On Internet Censorship - ChannelWeb
Thu Mar 4 01:02, 2010 GMT
BBC News US lifts lid on top secret plan for internet security BBC News The Electronic Privacy Information Centre (Epic), which had demanded the full text of the CNCI, said it was pleased about the declassification. ... US to Reveal Rules on Internet Security New York Times White House Declassifies Cybersecurity Plan eSecurity Planet US cyber defense strategy details hit the Internet AFP InformationWeek  - UPI.com  - V3.co.uk all 101 news articles »
US lifts lid on top secret plan for internet security - BBC News
Thu Mar 4 02:23, 2010 GMT
Google is lobbying the US government to make China’s search censorship a WTO issue.
Google seeks to take China to WTO over censorship (telecomasia.net)
Thu Mar 4 08:42, 2010 GMT
Although most students would agree that they can freely express their ideas online, the freedoms of the Internet may not be as guaranteed as some would presume.
Harvard professor warns of gov’t internet censorship (The Chronicle)
Thu Mar 4 11:21, 2010 GMT
Enraged blogger cites vengeful Judeo-Christian tradition The revelation that Tilikum - the killer whale which last week lived up to its species' name by killing SeaWorld trainer Dawn Brancheau - had killed before, prompted much debate as to whether the tragedy could have been avoided.… Case Study: WhatsUp keeps Legoland turnstyles ringing
SeaWorld killer killer whale must die, Bible insists
Thu Mar 4 12:39, 2010 GMT
A new report out of Finland suggests that the country's corporate poster child, Nokia Siemens, has been involved in some pretty tawdry dealings with Iran, dealings that go beyond the company's admitted involvement with the Iranian regime. Journalist Hanna Nikkanen quotes Nokia's Lauri Kivinen saying that "there's been this perception internationally that we've supplied them [Iran] with internet ...
How Nokia helped Iran "persecute and arrest" dissidents (Ars Technica)
Thu Mar 4 12:33, 2010 GMT
Fourth zombie admin could be in South America The Mariposa botnet had the power to dwarf Georgia and Estonia cyberattacks if it had been used to launch denial of service attacks, say Spanish police.… The power of collaboration within unified communications
Monster botnet held 800,000 people's details
Thu Mar 4 11:06, 2010 GMT
The US government admits that more needs to be done in order to protect the country and its citzens from cyber attacks.
US urges 'action' on net attacks
Thu Mar 4 13:06, 2010 GMT
Afghanistan will block Internet sites with sexual or violent content, a minister said on Thursday, but the government denied the ban was another attempt at censorship or would include the Taliban's website.
Afghanistan to block some Internet sites: minister (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
Thu Mar 4 14:42, 2010 GMT
BBC News Google Censorship Dispute With China Could Go Before WTO ChannelWeb ... China may be brought before the World Trade Organization where the US could portray China's demands for Internet censorship as a barrier to free trade. ... Internet freedom and security Computerworld Google Urges US to Take Censorship Brawl to WTO E-Commerce Times Google Wants US to Weigh Challenging China in WTO BusinessWeek Los Angeles Times (blog)  - Examiner.com  - Financial Times all 286 news articles »
Google Censorship Dispute With China Could Go Before WTO - ChannelWeb
Thu Mar 4 15:00, 2010 GMT
Annual Whirlpool survey released.
Internet censorship not a vote-changer (iTNews)
Thu Mar 4 15:21, 2010 GMT
Three distinct elements are in alignment today for cybercriminals to thrive, says RSA's head of new technologies
'Celestial alignment' creating cybercrime haven
Thu Mar 4 19:47, 2010 GMT
Afghan Government Plans to Ban Certain Internet Sites, Denies Censorship TMCnet The country's minister said it will block Internet sites with sexual or violent content but has denied that its plans were an attempt at censorship or that ...
Afghan Government Plans to Ban Certain Internet Sites, Denies Censorship - TMCnet
Thu Jan 1 00:00, 1970 GMT
Security experts are torn between just how far the government and the private sector should go to protect critical data from would-be cyber criminals without violating individual rights.
Cyber Threats Pit Privacy Versus Security
Thu Mar 4 20:11, 2010 GMT
Reuters/Kabul Afghanistan will block internet sites with sexual or violent content, a minister said yesterday, but the government denied the ban was another attempt at censorship or would include the Taliban’s website.
Kabul to block some Internet sites (Gulf Times)
Thu Mar 4 21:58, 2010 GMT
For Ahmed Al-Omran, a 25-year-old Saudi blogger, this has been a particularly frustrating week. To begin with, an ultra-conservative cleric issued a fatwa concluding that people who oppose segregating Saudi men and women should be killed ...
Saudi Bloggers Shatter Regime's Silence and Censorship (Fox News)
Thu Mar 4 23:22, 2010 GMT
Report says Microsoft censors even more harshly than Arab nations do. At a time when Google is promising to end search censorship in China, a new report has now revealed that Microsoft censors its Bing search engine returns in Arab countries even more heavily than the countries themselves do using national Internet filters. The study covered the United Arab Emirates, Syria, Algeria, and Jordan ...
Blog - Bing Dinged on Arab Sex Censorship (Technology Review)
Thu Mar 4 23:52, 2010 GMT
In a highly visual, hands-on display at RSA, the security firm shows tools and methods used for cybercrime and identity fraud.
Symantec exhibit makes cybercrime tangible
Fri Mar 5 00:00, 2010 GMT
IT Chuiko (blog) Microsoft to fix 8 Windows and Office holes CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... Microsoft plans to patch 8 Windows, Office bugs next week Computerworld Microsoft Patch Tuesday heads-up: 2 bulletins, 8 vulnerabilities ZDNet (blog) Microsoft alert: pressing 'f1' key will cause cyber attack DigitalJournal.com Virtualization Review all 25 news articles »
Microsoft to fix 8 Windows and Office holes - CNET
Fri Mar 5 01:15, 2010 GMT
For Ahmed Al-Omran, a 25-year-old Saudi blogger, this has been a particularly frustrating week. To begin with, an ultra-conservative cleric issued a fatwa concluding that people who oppose segregating Saudi men and women should be killed.
Saudi Bloggers Shatter the Kingdom's Silence and Censorship (FOX 61 Chattanooga)
Fri Mar 5 03:53, 2010 GMT
France24 FBI Director Warns Of Growing Cyber Threat New York Times In a speech to an Internet security conference, Mueller said militant groups like al Qaeda had primarily used the Internet to recruit members and plan ... FBI director warns of 'rapidly expanding' cyberterrorism threat Washington Post Cyber-terrorism a real and growing threat: FBI AFP FBI asks for more private-sector help reporting cybercrime cases SearchSecurity.com all 14 news articles »
FBI Director Warns Of Growing Cyber Threat - New York Times
Fri Mar 5 04:00, 2010 GMT
Reuters FBI director warns of growing cyber threat Reuters In a speech to an Internet security conference, Mueller said militant groups like al Qaeda had primarily used the Internet to recruit members and plan ... FBI director warns of 'rapidly expanding' cyberterrorism threat Washington Post Cyber-terrorism a real and growing threat: FBI AFP FBI asks for more private-sector help reporting cybercrime cases SearchSecurity.com all 27 news articles »
FBI director warns of growing cyber threat - Reuters
Fri Mar 5 06:56, 2010 GMT
China is in consultations with technology giant Google to resolve its dispute with the company, which has threatened to abandon the Chinese market over hacking and censorship concerns, a Chinese official has said.
China 'in talks with Google' over censorship dispute (Daily Telegraph)
Thu Mar 4 18:11, 2010 GMT
TopNews United States Homeland Security chief Napolitano seeks citizen cybercrime fighters USA Today But the Internet has inundated us with information delivered through an array of online services "so vast and incomprehensible that we can't dissimulate," ... DHS Crowdsources Ideas for Cybersecurity Campaign PC World DHS Chief: Security Requires Faster Response InternetNews.com Network Security Homeland Chief Outlines US Cybersecurity Strategy CIO Today Insurance Networking News (blog) all 37 news articles »
Homeland Security chief Napolitano seeks citizen cybercrime fighters - USA Today
Fri Mar 5 09:31, 2010 GMT
US P2P lending site Prosper has launched an online 'talk about the taboo' campaign where users can share their stories about money, debt and how to ...
Prosper calls on Americans to share debt stories
Fri Mar 5 15:16, 2010 GMT
Reuters Cyber threats a matter of concerns, says FBI Director TopNews He was addressing an Internet Security Conference in San Francisco. He further added that the militant groups like al-Qaeda use Internet to recruit members ... FBI director warns of growing cyber-threat Lakestar Media (blog) FBI Director Warns Of Increasing Cyber Attacks Ozarks First Terrorists are pursuing hacking skills: FBI Oneindia Dark Reading  - Washington Post  - FederalNewsRadio.com all 78 news articles »
Cyber threats a matter of concerns, says FBI Director - TopNews
Fri Mar 5 15:22, 2010 GMT
Unsmiling copper gets satire overdose, but no drawings of spiders An amusing exchange between an irreverent blogger and a humourless cop may shed some light on how the forces of law and order in Australia view the internet.… Offloading malware protection to the cloud
Faux Oz drug peddler prods censorship's soft bits (The Register)
Fri Mar 5 15:31, 2010 GMT
Globe and Mail Microsoft staying in China, regardless of Google's move The Hill (blog) But many congressional lawmakers have recently signaled an interest in taking at least some course of corrective action to address China's censorship ... Even if Google Uncensors Its Chinese Search, Microsoft has no Plans to Follow DailyTech Microsoft to stay its China course despite Google spat Reuters Cloud computing keeps on giving Siliconrepublic.com CNET  - Seattle Post Intelligencer (blog)  - Seattle Times all 159 news articles »
Microsoft staying in China, regardless of Google's move - The Hill (blog)
Thu Mar 4 23:25, 2010 GMT
A travel blogger gets banned from YouTube and doesn't know why. We get the ban reversed.
Can you appeal a YouTube ban?
Thu Jan 1 00:00, 1970 GMT
In an address at the annual RSA show, FBI Director Robert Mueller outlines challenges the agency has in fighting cyber crime, seeks broader partnerships with private-sector firms.
FBI Director Seeks Industry Help on Cybersecurity
Sat Mar 6 04:52, 2010 GMT
Security in the computing cloud a top concern San Francisco Chronicle Some of the most cited worries were online data's vulnerability to cyber-attacks, compliance with different security and privacy standards depending on data ... and more »
Security in the computing cloud a top concern - San Francisco Chronicle
Sat Mar 6 18:20, 2010 GMT
China said Saturday it had not received any request for talks from Google, as the Internet giant insists it remains firm in its plan to end censorship on search results in the communist state.
China says no request yet from Google for talks (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Wed Mar 3 10:51, 2010 GMT
Wired News US cyber defense strategy details hit the Internet Brisbane Times White House Internet security coordinator Howard Schmidt described bits of the strategy at the RSA cybersecurity conference here, saying the revelation was ... RSA: White House Cybersecurity Plan Revealed InformationWeek Healthcare Few details in White House summary of cyber plan The Associated Press Tracing attack source key to cybersecurity strategy, Chertoff says Computerworld Downloadsquad (blog)  - Government Technology  - FCW.com all 332 news articles »
US cyber defense strategy details hit the Internet - Brisbane Times
Sun Mar 7 03:33, 2010 GMT
Telegraph.co.uk China to punish hackers, says no Google complaint Reuters The dispute about Internet censorship has added to tensions over issues ranging from trade and the Chinese currency, to US arms sale to self-ruled Taiwan, ... Free trade, when it suits Asia Times Online China: No Contact with Google About Dispute Voice of America China says no request yet from Google for talks AFP The Hill (blog)  - The Press Association all 140 news articles »
China to punish hackers, says no Google complaint - Reuters
Sun Mar 7 04:30, 2010 GMT
Techtree.com Norton 360 Techtree.com It has Norton's fantastic Internet Security Suite, which has been reviewed before (Anti-virus + Anti-spyware + Firewall + Spam filtering), coupled with a ... Awareness, powerful key to secure online identity Business Mirror ComputersSymantec offers Norton 360 version 4.0 IT Chuiko (blog) all 3 news articles »
Norton 360 - Techtree.com
Sun Mar 7 05:55, 2010 GMT
Afghanistan will block Internet sites with sexual or violent content, a minister said on Thursday, but the government denied the ban was another attempt at censorship or would include the Taliban's website.
Afghanistan 'to block some internet sites' (Independent)
Sun Mar 7 12:56, 2010 GMT
A prominent Canadian cybersecurity expert says Canada is unprepared to deal with the issues of Internet-based attacks and online censorship highlighted by Google's complaint against the Chinese government.
Google gripe shows Ottawa's cybersecurity 'vacuum' (CTV.ca)
Sun Mar 7 13:02, 2010 GMT
CAIRO (Reuters) - A blogger, who had faced a military trial for an article critical of Egypt's armed forces, has been released without bail after apologizing and on condition he removes the posting, his lawyer said Sunday.
Egypt military court releases blogger in army case
Sun Mar 7 16:12, 2010 GMT
China says it has not had any direct contact with the U.S. Internet company Google about ending its China-based search service because of government censorship. Chinese Vice Minister Miao Wei told the state-run Xinhua news agency that China's ministry of industry and information technology has had no contact with Google on the matter. Miao says Google never informed the ministry that it was ...
No contact between China and Google about censorship dispute (Moldova.org)
Mon Mar 8 00:49, 2010 GMT
Greens MP Lee Rhiannon said on Saturday at the National Day of Action against the government's internet filter that all five Greens senators will vote against the internet filtering Bill.
Greens will vote against filter Bill (ZDNet Australia)
Mon Mar 8 01:12, 2010 GMT
The Apple CEO had traded his black turtleneck for a tuxedo at the 82nd Academy Awards on Sunday, where he kept a low profile but some bloggers managed to spot him entering the theater.
Steve Jobs spotted at the Oscars?
Sun Mar 7 20:06, 2010 GMT
Ways to keep kids from seeing inappropriate online content SiliconValley.com If you already have a security suite, check to see if it includes filtering. TrendMicro Internet Security Pro, for example, includes a highly configurable ... and more »
Ways to keep kids from seeing inappropriate online content - SiliconValley.com
Mon Mar 8 11:20, 2010 GMT
Like so many of its services, Googles so-called New Approach to China appears to be in perpetual beta. Though Google has said repeatedly that it is in discussions with Chinese officials about its plans to end censorship of its search results in the country, the Chinese govenment claims Google hasnt yet initiated any ...
China: We Are in Talks With Google. Also, We Are Not in Talks With Google (AllThingsD Online via Yahoo! Finance)
Mon Mar 8 11:36, 2010 GMT
Magid: Ways to keep kids from seeing inappropriate online content San Jose Mercury News If you already have a security suite, check to see if it includes filtering. TrendMicro Internet Security Pro, for example, includes a highly configurable ... and more »
Magid: Ways to keep kids from seeing inappropriate online content - San Jose Mercury News
Mon Mar 8 13:46, 2010 GMT
Vesta Corporation, a global pioneer and leader in electronic payment solutions, today announced the launch of Prepaid.com, a recharge portal that ...
Vesta launches payment portal for pre-paid mobile operators
Mon Mar 8 14:07, 2010 GMT
Kaspersky invents security suite for 'expert' user Techworld.com The core of the product is identical in its antivirus and antispam capabilities to the company's Anti-Virus and Internet Security products, ... Kaspersky launches new all in one security product, absolutely different Ecommerce Journal Privacy , Protection and Peace of Mind -- Kaspersky Lab Launches New Security ... PR-USA.net (press release) Kaspersky Lab recommends 'Patching human vulnerabilities' on a regular basis NewDesignWorld (press release) all 5 news articles »
Kaspersky invents security suite for 'expert' user - Techworld.com
Mon Mar 8 17:28, 2010 GMT
Brisbane Times China Says Google Never Filed Complaint in Hacking Case Datamation ... regarding China's Internet censorship rules. In January, Google said it would pull out of China if the government continued to block certain Web sites, ... Google gripe shows Ottawa's cybersecurity 'vacuum' CTV.ca China to punish hackers, says no Google complaint Reuters Ambiguity Keeps Google's Future in China Murky Wall Street Journal (blog) Computerworld (blog)  - The Big Money (blog)  - All Things Digital (blog) all 205 news articles »
China Says Google Never Filed Complaint in Hacking Case - Datamation
Mon Mar 8 18:00, 2010 GMT
Former Microsoft blogger Robert Scoble and Microsoftie-turned-Googler Don Dodge talk about the future of Redmond with CNET's Ina Fried and Rafe Needleman. Also, Technologizer has others thoughts on what Microsoft needs to do with Windows.
Musings on the future of Microsoft, Windows
Mon Mar 8 19:24, 2010 GMT
Sydney Morning Herald Blog - BRICKM Nations World Market Media (blog) The dispute about Internet censorship has added to tensions about issues ranging from trade and the Chinese currency, to a meeting last week between US ... China Says Google Never Filed Complaint in Hacking Case Datamation Google gripe shows Ottawa's cybersecurity 'vacuum' CTV.ca China to punish hackers, says no Google complaint Reuters The Detroit News  - Wall Street Journal (blog)  - Computerworld (blog) all 211 news articles »
Blog - BRICKM Nations - World Market Media (blog)
Mon Mar 8 21:30, 2010 GMT
France24 US Lifts Iran, Sudan, Cuba Internet Services Export Ban PC World Many applications that are free to download require payment to get full functionality, sometimes including privacy and security features, Szoka said. ... U.S. OKs Exporting Internet Services to Repressive Regimes Digitaltrends.com US Hopes Exports Will Help Open Closed Societies New York Times Treasury Dept. to allow Web exports to Iran, Sudan and Cuba The Hill (blog) Good Morning Silicon Valley (blog)  - Washington Post (blog) all 193 news articles »
US Lifts Iran, Sudan, Cuba Internet Services Export Ban - PC World
Mon Mar 8 22:34, 2010 GMT
# censorship Video producer Kate Bohner has re-published her autobiographical blog , just two weeks after taking it offline amid threats from Eric Schmidt 's lawyers. There's been one especially noticeable change: the character "Dr. Strangelove" is gone. More »
Google CEO Can't Keep His Ex-Mistress's Blog Down [Censorship] (Gawker)
Mon Mar 8 20:58, 2010 GMT
GovInfoSecurity.com Einstein Will Be Ineffective—Relatively Speaking Insurance Networking News (blog) Lo and behold, it didn't take long for someone else to confirm that privacy issues are likely to dilute the effectiveness of our Internet security efforts. ... Security and Privacy ? Forget About It TechNewsWorld Critics Not Satisfied with Partial Revelation of Secret Cybersecurity Plan Microsoft Certified Professional Obama's National Cybersecurity Initiative: Privacy and Civil liberties are Damned Center for Research on Globalization all 15 news articles »
Einstein Will Be Ineffective—Relatively Speaking - Insurance Networking News (blog)
Tue Mar 9 01:24, 2010 GMT
BigPond News US lifts Iran, Sudan, Cuba Internet services export ban San Francisco Chronicle Many applications that are free to download require payment to get full functionality, sometimes including privacy and security features, Szoka said. ... U.S. OKs Exporting Internet Services to Repressive Regimes Digitaltrends.com US to ease sanctions on exports of some software Washington Times US looks to software to help open 3 nations Reuters New York Times  - DailyFinance  - Ars Technica all 223 news articles »
US lifts Iran, Sudan, Cuba Internet services export ban - San Francisco Chronicle
Tue Mar 9 05:30, 2010 GMT
Ecommerce Journal GeneralIncome, simple steps to make your general income online Ecommerce Journal GeneralIncome allows investors to deposit their funds via such ecurrency services as LibertyReserv, PerfectMoney , StrictPay, AplertPay, SolidTrustPay, ...
GeneralIncome, simple steps to make your general income online - Ecommerce Journal
Tue Mar 9 07:53, 2010 GMT
Brisbane Times Google incident does not break WTO rules China Daily According to the General Agreement on Trade in Services, measures like Internet censorship that are universally applicable to service providers can be ... Google gripe shows Ottawa's cybersecurity 'vacuum' CTV.ca China Says Google Never Filed Complaint in Hacking Case Datamation China to punish hackers, says no Google complaint Reuters Top Ten Wholesale  - ZDNet (blog)  - Wall Street Journal (blog) all 228 news articles »
Google incident does not break WTO rules - China Daily
Tue Mar 9 10:15, 2010 GMT
The Obama administration said Monday it will ease some sanctions on Iran, Sudan and Cuba to allow U.S. exports of social-media software to help those countries' citizens "circumvent" government censorship. The Treasury Department's decision to grant licenses to Google, Microsoft and other companies followed a request by the State Department, which cited national-interest reasons in seeking ...
U.S. to ease sanctions on software (The Washington Times) Government imposes censorship and self-censorship on religious issues Malaysia - Government imposes censorship and self-censorship on religious issues"> Malaysia -
Tue Mar 9 10:50, 2010 GMT
Reporters Without Borders condemns the censorship and self-censorship which the home affairs ministry has imposed on Malaysia's leading English-language daily, The Star, by issuing it with a warning about an article criticising the caning of three Muslim women under Sharia law. “As one of the country's most widely-read newspapers, The Star should have a free hand to provide its readers with the broadest range of news and views on social issues,” Reporters Without Borders said. “We urge Prime (...)
Rammstein in Belarus: show was successful despite of attempts of censorship (Photo, video)
Tue Mar 9 11:15, 2010 GMT
Cybercriminals are expanding their phishing attacks beyond finance to include top brands as their victims
Cybercrimes expand to global brands
Tue Mar 9 13:50, 2010 GMT
Annals of Unhelpful Polling: Internet Access Edition Cato @ Liberty After all, what falls under the category of “regulation of the Internet ”? Censorship , of course, which I expect is what most people immediately thought of. ...
Annals of Unhelpful Polling: Internet Access Edition - Cato @ Liberty
Tue Mar 9 13:27, 2010 GMT
Last week Ars Technica, the technology news and analysis site, conducted a research to show that the impact of blocking online ads on the websites revenue is significant. Nowadays it is very popular among Internet subscribers to use a number of plug-ins in their web browsers in order to prevent unwanted advertisement in Flash format from appearing when they surf their favorite websites. read more
People who use plug-ins to block online ads and Flash banners ruin the Internet
Tue Mar 9 15:33, 2010 GMT
MSN Malaysia News Google Welcomes Chance to Export to Iran, Cuba ABC News Boorstin described the Italian court's decision as a form of " Internet censorship " that would "encourage repressive regimes. ... U.S. OKs Exporting Internet Services to Repressive Regimes Digitaltrends.com Update: US lifts Iran, Sudan, Cuba Internet services export ban Computerworld Google Welcomes US Easing Of Internet Export Rules For Iran, Others RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty Ennahar  - New York Times all 376 news articles »
Google Welcomes Chance to Export to Iran, Cuba - ABC News
Tue Mar 9 14:51, 2010 GMT
Epay, the electronic payment provider with a global retail network, has reached a deal with Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE) to offer an ...
Epay to power PlayStation Network cards
Tue Mar 9 16:45, 2010 GMT
Cooperative Behaviour Spreads Through a Group, But So Does Cheating (Not Exactly Rocket Science) -- Fowler and Christakis suggest that people tend to mimic the actions of those they played with. They could be directly imitating the actions of other players, or they could be looking out for cues that tell them the 'right' or 'normal' way of behaving....
Four short links: 9 March 2010 - Cooperation is Catching, 3D Visualisation Tool, News Dump, and Fighting Censorship (O'Reilly Media)
Tue Mar 9 15:53, 2010 GMT
Physical cash and its byproducts such as plastic debit and credit cards will soon be usurped by safer and more efficient mobile and digital money ...
Digital cash set to usurp paper and plastic - Standard bank
Tue Mar 9 17:04, 2010 GMT
BBC News Is Internet access a human right? Top 10 nations that say yes. Christian Science Monitor The data implies that Chinese citizens support US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's blunt condemnation of China's strict Internet censorship in January, ... Annals of Unhelpful Polling: Internet Access Edition Cato @ Liberty Internet Access Viewed as Fundamental Human Right All Things Digital (blog) The Internet is a basic human right Fudzilla USA Today  - InformationWeek  - PC World all 238 news articles »
Is Internet access a human right? Top 10 nations that say yes. - Christian Science Monitor
Tue Mar 9 17:57, 2010 GMT
The Obama administration said Monday it will ease some sanctions on Iran, Sudan and Cuba to allow U.S. exports of social-media software to help those countries' citizens "circumvent" government censorship.
U.S. to Ease Software Sanctions, Counteract Censorship (HispanicBusiness.com)
Tue Mar 9 19:15, 2010 GMT
US weighing China Internet censorship case-USTR Reuters WASHINGTON, March 9 (Reuters) - The United States is still reviewing whether it can challenge China's Internet censorship practices at the World Trade ...
US weighing China Internet censorship case-USTR - Reuters
Tue Mar 9 19:31, 2010 GMT
PR Web (press release) Internet Security Problems Solved - A New Internet Security Group Defeats ... PR Web (press release) Attacking Cyber Crime with proven NSA Information Assurance strategies, a new internet security group start up is enforcing cyber security in West Virginia. ... and more »
Internet Security Problems Solved - A New Internet Security Group Defeats ... - PR Web (press release)
Tue Mar 9 20:00, 2010 GMT
The Guardian (blog) Microsoft warns of zero-day IE hole on Patch Tuesday CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... Microsoft Sends Bouquet For "Funeral" For Internet Explorer 6 ITProPortal Expert Guidance for New Microsoft Security Bulletins PC World Microsoft warns of new IE bug; attacks under way Computerworld Register  - NetworkWorld.com  - Dark Reading all 145 news articles »
Microsoft warns of zero-day IE hole on Patch Tuesday - CNET
Tue Mar 9 21:15, 2010 GMT
Members of Congress announce the Global Internet Freedom Caucus and a bill to spend federal dollars on research to "defeat Internet suppression and censorship."
Google-China flap spurs federal plan to bypass censors
Tue Mar 9 22:46, 2010 GMT
Is Runaway Prius Media Hype or Cause for Concern? Associated Content ... from Europe in the 18th Century June 17-Oct. 15 at the Dallas Museum of... A recent Washington Post article attempts to paint Webmoney Transfer, a very... and more »
Is Runaway Prius Media Hype or Cause for Concern? - Associated Content
Tue Mar 9 23:37, 2010 GMT
US lawmakers from the two major parties on Tuesday issued a joint call for government action to ensure Internet freedom overseas amid alarm at China's cyber-censorship.
US lawmakers seek action on Internet freedom (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Wed Mar 10 00:41, 2010 GMT
By Doug Palmer
(AFX UK Focus) 2010-03-10 00:38 UPDATE 2-U.S. weighing China Internet censorship case-USTR (Interactive Investor)
Wed Mar 10 02:56, 2010 GMT
WASHINGTON - US LAWMAKERS from the two major parties on Tuesday issued a joint call for government action to ensure Internet freedom overseas amid alarm at China's cyber-censorship. Democratic Representative David Wu and Republican Representative Chris Smith announced they were inviting lawmakers into a bipartisan Global Internet Freedom Caucus to help push forward legislation.
Action to seek Internet freedom (Straits Times)
Wed Mar 10 03:28, 2010 GMT
United States Members of Congress announce the Global Internet Freedom Caucus and a bill to spend federal dollars on research to "defeat Internet suppression and censorship."
Google-China flap spurs plans to bypass censors (ZDNet Asia)
Wed Mar 10 04:18, 2010 GMT
Illegal file-sharers should be fined, rather than have their internet connection cut off, says the boss of BT.
File-sharing sanctions 'unfair'
Wed Mar 10 05:06, 2010 GMT
New York Daily News Google's DC ties worry some consumer advocates Boston Globe But while Google is pitching innovative campaign strategies to politicians, it also is lobbying Congress on everything from Internet privacy to Chinese ... Internet companies under fire in cyber-bullying cases: Google execs convicted ... New York Daily News Push for privacy shouldn't come at expense of other freedoms Vineland Daily Journal all 7 news articles »
Google's DC ties worry some consumer advocates - Boston Globe
Wed Mar 10 05:20, 2010 GMT
Reuters A New Take on Censorship Harvard Crimson Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was justified in chastising China for its Internet censorship last month in a speech that propelled Internet freedom to ... US weighing China Internet censorship case Reuters Google incident does not break WTO rules China Daily Google-China flap spurs federal plan to bypass censors CNET Moneycontrol.com  - China Economic Review  - Suffolk Voice all 64 news articles »
A New Take on Censorship - Harvard Crimson
Wed Mar 10 06:28, 2010 GMT
By Chris Buckley
(AFX UK Focus) 2010-03-10 06:03 Q+A-Is there a WTO case against Chinese Internet censorship? (Interactive Investor)
Wed Mar 10 05:59, 2010 GMT
Reuters Q+A-Is there a WTO case against Chinese Internet censorship ? Reuters Internationally popular websites Facebook, Twitter and YouTube are entirely blocked in China, which uses a filtering "firewall" to block Internet users from ... A New Take on Censorship Harvard Crimson Google incident does not break WTO rules China Daily Google-China flap spurs federal plan to bypass censors CNET Moneycontrol.com  - China Economic Review  - Suffolk Voice all 68 news articles »
Q+A-Is there a WTO case against Chinese Internet censorship? - Reuters
Wed Mar 10 00:00, 2010 GMT
Fraudsters are continuing their switch from traditional card fraud to raiding online bank accounts, new research shows.
Banking fraud 'moves to internet'
Wed Mar 10 01:54, 2010 GMT
SAMAA TV POLITICS: US Lifts Restrictions on Web Services Inter Press Service The internet search giant Google has been at the forefront of the battle between censorship and US-based internet companies after its January announcement ... US lawmakers seek action on Internet freedom AFP Internet freedom as a diplomatic tool OregonLive.com Bipartisan Internet caucus launched The Hill (blog) National Journal (blog)  - Christian Broadcasting Network all 20 news articles »
POLITICS: US Lifts Restrictions on Web Services - Inter Press Service
Wed Mar 10 10:53, 2010 GMT
Privacy, censorship and regulation are big issues Nearly four out of five people around the world believe that Internet access is a fundamental human right, according to a BBC World Service study released this week.
BBC poll finds majority consider web access a fundamental right (TechWorld)
Wed Mar 10 10:41, 2010 GMT
Reuters US Closely Looking at China Internet Censorship Case TopNews United States A case which looks to challenge censorship practices that have an effect on Google and other Internet providers which are currently operating in China would ... Q+A-Is there a WTO case against Chinese Internet censorship ? Reuters A New Take on Censorship Harvard Crimson US-China Internet Censorship Intervention: Is it about Human Rights or Economics? Geek Shui Living (blog) China Daily  - Seeking Alpha (blog)  - CNET all 81 news articles »
US Closely Looking at China Internet Censorship Case - TopNews United States Human rights lawyer and blogger arrested just three days after completing jail term Vietnam - Human rights lawyer and blogger arrested just three days after completing jail term"> Vietnam -
Wed Mar 10 10:33, 2010 GMT
Reporters Without Borders condemns the way the authorities are treating human rights lawyer and blogger Le Thi Cong Nhan, who was detained for three hours yesterday, just three days after she was released on completing a three-year jail sentence. Police took her to a Hanoi police station for allegedly violating the terms of the supplementary sentence of three years of house arrest that she is now supposed to serve. Some sources said their real reason for detaining her was to prevent her (...)
Banks failing to protect small businesses from cyber crime wave
Wed Mar 10 12:14, 2010 GMT
Protecting your privacy — and reputation — online SmartPlanet.com (blog) Last week, I called attorney Parry Aftab, an expert on Internet privacy issues, to talk about how we can protect our privacy online — and about the ... and more »
Protecting your privacy — and reputation — online - SmartPlanet.com (blog)
Wed Mar 10 13:42, 2010 GMT
Reuters US trade officials weighing China Internet censorship case TopNews New Zealand With a case challenging China's censorship practices, which affect Google and other Internet providers operating in China, probably will be the first-ever ... Q+A-Is there a WTO case against Chinese Internet censorship ? Reuters A New Take on Censorship Harvard Crimson US-China Internet Censorship Intervention: Is it about Human Rights or Economics? Geek Shui Living (blog) TopNews United States  - China Daily  - Seeking Alpha (blog) all 88 news articles »
US trade officials weighing China Internet censorship case - TopNews New Zealand
Wed Mar 10 14:35, 2010 GMT
Online payment system WebMoney reported the liquidation of the Uzbek guarantor of its ecurrency units called WMY which are equivalent to the Uzbek sum banknotes. As it is reported on the company website though TILLO-GARANT Ltd was liquidated “pretensions are accepted within 2 months since the date of the notification.” It means that now customers cannot make any transactions using WMY units, neither they can open WMY wallets. read more
WebMoney units were terminated in Uzbekistan
Wed Mar 10 15:33, 2010 GMT
Electronic payment provider epay has entered into a partnership with Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE) to offer an end-to-end solution in handling its PlayStation Network (PSN) Cards across Australia. The deal will be followed by the same agreements in Europe and New Zealand. Under the deal epay will help SCEE to boost its brand awareness and provide consumers with better access to PSN products. read more
e-payment network epay comes to Sony PlayStation
Wed Mar 10 15:06, 2010 GMT
Google Inc., in talks with China after saying it will stop censoring Internet search results there, said the discussions will yield results soon.
Google China Censorship Talks to Yield Results ‘Soon’ (Update3) (BusinessWeek)
Wed Mar 10 17:04, 2010 GMT
KATU Google Cheers Eased Internet -Export Rules NewsFactor Network Boorstin described the Italian court's decision as a form of " Internet censorship " that would "encourage repressive regimes. ... U.S. OKs Exporting Internet Services to Repressive Regimes Digitaltrends.com Update: US lifts Iran, Sudan, Cuba Internet services export ban Computerworld US Loosens Export Restrictions on Internet Services to 'Closed Societies' Voice of America RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty  - New York Times all 477 news articles »
Google Cheers Eased Internet-Export Rules - NewsFactor Network
Wed Mar 10 17:29, 2010 GMT
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Google has not changed its decision to stop censoring its Chinese search site even if it means leaving that market, a senior executive told a U.S. Congressional panel on Wednesday.
Google stands behind plan to stop China censorship
Wed Mar 10 18:21, 2010 GMT
Daily Caller Anti-piracy debate heats up as Europe splits over Internet censorship Daily Caller A global debate over freedom of speech, Internet censorship and online-piracy erupted today as major rifts ... Top UK tech companies protest against piracy bill BusinessWeek all 29 news articles »
Anti-piracy debate heats up as Europe splits over Internet censorship - Daily Caller
Wed Mar 10 20:13, 2010 GMT
Reuters Canada US Looking Into Continued China Internet Censorship DailyTech "We are still dialoguing not just with Google, but with other Internet providers, to make sure we fully understand what is happening in China," said US ... Q+A-Is there a WTO case against Chinese Internet censorship ? Reuters US Closely Looking at China Internet Censorship Case TopNews United States US trade officials weighing China Internet censorship case TopNews New Zealand Harvard Crimson  - Geek Shui Living (blog)  - China Daily all 280 news articles »
US Looking Into Continued China Internet Censorship - DailyTech
Wed Mar 10 20:46, 2010 GMT
Google to Soar Another $38? CNBC On Wednesday, a congressional meeting was held over the escalating problem of Internet censorship . Cramer said Google's [GOOG Loading. ... Midday Action: March 10 Optionetics all 4 news articles »
Google to Soar Another $38? - CNBC
Wed Mar 10 21:19, 2010 GMT
The Department of Internal Affairs has admitted that the internet filter is now operational and is already being used by ISPs Maxnet and Watchdog. It appears that Maxnet have not told their customers that they are diverting some of their internet traffic to ...
Govt internet filter going live is sad day for NZ (Scoop.co.nz)
Wed Mar 10 21:15, 2010 GMT
Twitter to block malicious links CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... and more »
Twitter to block malicious links - CNET
Thu Mar 11 00:11, 2010 GMT
Google CEO expects a resolution on censorship in China soon, WhitePages.com drops its malware-tainted ad network, and a real-life jetpack for commuters.
CNET News Daily Podcast: Google-China resolve 'soon,' your jetpack awaits
Wed Mar 10 23:54, 2010 GMT
I REFER to “Virtually too much smut on the Internet” ( The Star , March 9) and totally agree with the writer’s suggestion that the Government filter pornography and obscenity on the Internet.
We must keep the Internet free of smut (The Star)
Thu Mar 11 00:25, 2010 GMT
The Department of Internal Affairs' (DIA) internet filter is now operational and is being used by internet providers (ISPs) Maxnet and Watchdog.
New Zealand's internet filter goes live (Stuff)
Thu Mar 11 01:16, 2010 GMT
CEO Eric Schmidt expects 'something will happen soon' after the Internet search giant vowed to remove censorship filters after it suffered a cyber attack. Google Inc. broke a long silence in its clash with China on Wednesday as its chief executive, Eric Schmidt, said that the Internet search giant was talking to Chinese officials and that he expected "something will happen soon."
Google says it's in talks with China (Los Angeles Times)
Thu Mar 11 00:13, 2010 GMT
GOOGLE expects to soon conclude censorship talks in China, but it also told US Congress that 25 governments had blocked its services.
Google China censorship talks near end (The Australian)
Thu Mar 11 04:55, 2010 GMT
MSN Malaysia News Google testifies before US House on so-called global censorship Xinhua " Internet censorship is a growing global problem that not only raises important human rights concerns, but also creates significant barriers for US ... POLITICS: US Lifts Restrictions on Web Services Inter Press Service US lawmakers seek action on Internet freedom AFP Internet freedom as a diplomatic tool OregonLive.com The Hill (blog)  - National Journal (blog)  - Christian Broadcasting Network all 21 news articles »
Google testifies before US House on so-called global censorship - Xinhua
Thu Mar 11 08:35, 2010 GMT
Ecommerce Journal eCapital: how an e-currency exchanger can win trust of the clients? Ecommerce Journal ... e-currencies to be exchanged than any other e-currency exchange service, including such popular e-currencies as PayPal, Liberty Reserve and WebMoney . ...
eCapital: how an e-currency exchanger can win trust of the clients? - Ecommerce Journal
Thu Mar 11 09:33, 2010 GMT
After a week of Paypal faffing Just occasionally the blogosphere can be about more than just hot air – as it proved today by raising over £10,000 to pay off the fine of pub landlord Nick Hogan and to bring about his release from prison.… Offloading malware protection to the cloud
Bloggers spring 'baccy happy landlord from slammer
Thu Mar 11 11:55, 2010 GMT
Google said on Thursday that it was in talks with China on the future of the US Internet giant in the Asian nation, after the firm threatened to leave over cyber-attacks and state web censorship.
Google says talks with China ongoing (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Thu Mar 11 11:35, 2010 GMT
AsiaPay, the leading electronic payment gateway provider, has launched PesoPay online payment service with Globe GCASH.
AsiaPay and Globe GCash launch online payment service
Thu Mar 11 14:01, 2010 GMT
Aljazeera.net US argues its case against Internet censorship ; Still unclear if Google will ... Washington Post (blog) J.) created the Global Internet Freedom Caucus, a group in Congress focused on fighting censorship on the Web. They also introduced a bill that would give ... Google testifies before US House on so-called global censorship Xinhua US Looking Into Continued China Internet Censorship DailyTech Google expects outcome soon in China row, stands by censorship decision Afterdawn.com Reuters  - ShortNews.com  - DailyFinance all 406 news articles »
US argues its case against Internet censorship; Still unclear if Google will ... - Washington Post (blog)
Thu Mar 11 09:09, 2010 GMT
The Office of the OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media has prepared an expert examination of Lukashenka’s decree on Internet censorship.
OSCE fears the Belarusian law on Internet is directed against independent websites
Thu Mar 11 16:32, 2010 GMT
Twitter scourge changes pants Command and Control servers associated with the infamous Koobface worms have gone through a complete refresh over the last fortnight. Russian net security firm Kaspersky Lab reckons the change up might be aimed at making takedown efforts by cybercrime fighters more difficult.…
Koobface gang refresh botnet to beat takedown
Thu Mar 11 16:31, 2010 GMT
Researcher publishes exploit for new IE hole CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... IE zero-day exploit code goes public Computerworld 0-day exploits for IE flaw another reason to switch to IE 8 Ars Technica Symantec's Greenbaum: Microsoft “may consider” out-of-band patch to fix new IE ... TopNews New Zealand all 9 news articles »
Researcher publishes exploit for new IE hole - CNET
Thu Mar 11 17:21, 2010 GMT
Google said on Thursday that it was in talks with China on the future of the US Internet giant in the Asian nation, after the firm threatened to leave over cyber-attacks and state web censorship.
Google says talks with China ongoing (Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news)
Thu Mar 11 18:11, 2010 GMT
New Zealand’s opt-in Internet content filter has gone live today with a least two confirmed participating ISPs. The government-run and operated scheme was quietly turned on early last month as a soft launch.
NZ Internet filter goes live (Network World)
Thu Mar 11 18:18, 2010 GMT
Clinton Confronts Censorship Amidst Concerns for Privacy Layalina Productions Ahmed Al-Omran, a well-known blogger in Saudi Arabia, told Fox News that even in his ultra-conservative country, internet censorship is proving to be ...
Clinton Confronts Censorship Amidst Concerns for Privacy - Layalina Productions
Thu Mar 11 19:25, 2010 GMT
Repressive regimes have stepped up efforts to censor the Internet and jail dissidents. That's what Reporters Without Borders says in a study released today.
Report finds online censorship more sophisticated (Detroit Free Press)
Thu Mar 11 19:20, 2010 GMT
NEW YORK - Repressive regimes have stepped up efforts to censor the Internet and jail dissidents. That's what Reporters Without Borders says in a study released Thursday.
Report on Internet freedom finds regimes more sophisticated in censorship (Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune)
Thu Mar 11 19:03, 2010 GMT
US human rights report hits China, Iran Reuters The report also highlighted Internet censorship in Iran, which accompanied the violent suppression of mass protests after the announcement that President ... Curbs on Media, Internet Use Rise Worldwide, US Report Says BusinessWeek FACTBOX-US paints grim picture of global human rights Reuters AlertNet all 11 news articles »
US human rights report hits China, Iran - Reuters
Thu Mar 11 19:42, 2010 GMT
NEW YORK — Repressive regimes have stepped up efforts to censor the Internet and jail dissidents.
Online censorship more sophisticated, report finds (San Jose Mercury News)
Thu Mar 11 20:08, 2010 GMT
Glance: Countries in Internet censorship report Sacramento Bee AP Enemies of the Internet : Burma, China, Cuba, Egypt, Iran, North Korea, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Vietnam. ... and more »
Glance: Countries in Internet censorship report - Sacramento Bee
Thu Mar 11 21:21, 2010 GMT
Legislation in the House would require the National Science Foundation to set up a foundation to fund programs to defeat Internet censorship.
House bill targets Internet censorship (Federal Computer Week)
Thu Mar 11 21:23, 2010 GMT
A top media rights watchdog listed Australia along with Iran and North Korea in a report published Friday on countries that pose a threat of Internet censorship.
Rights group puts Australia on Internet watchlist (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Thu Mar 11 21:57, 2010 GMT
THE INTERNET'S `ENEMIES': A dozen countries were deemed by Reporters Without Borders to be the most repressive at censorship. THE CHANGES: The list is the same from last year, but the group finds China, Iran and Tunisia more sophisticated at censorship.
Market Commentary and Intraday News (INO News)
Thu Mar 11 21:47, 2010 GMT
A top media rights watchdog has listed Australia along with Iran and North Korea in a report on countries that pose a threat of internet censorship.
Media rights group puts Australia on internet watchlist (Sydney Morning Herald)
Thu Mar 11 21:46, 2010 GMT
THE INTERNET'S `ENEMIES': A dozen countries were deemed by Reporters Without Borders to be the most repressive at censorship.
Summary Box: Report on online censorship (AP via Yahoo! News)
Thu Mar 11 21:02, 2010 GMT
Deadlocked jurors in the Hal Turner hate blogger case were excused late Wednesday after deliberating two days. It’s the second mistrial in the government’s case to prosecute the New Jersey man for allegedly threatening to kill judges. Assistant U.S. Attorney William Hogan said a new trial was “highly likely.” A third trial was tentatively scheduled April [...]
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Thu Mar 11 21:58, 2010 GMT
THE INTERNET'S `ENEMIES': A dozen countries were deemed by Reporters Without Borders to be the most repressive at censorship. THE CHANGES: The list is the same from last year, but the group finds China, Iran and Tunisia more sophisticated at censorship.
Summary Box: Report on Internet freedom finds regimes more sophisticated in censorship (Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune)
Thu Mar 11 21:56, 2010 GMT
A TOP media rights watchdog has listed Australia along with Iran and North Korea in a report on countries that pose a threat of internet censorship.
Australia on net censorship blacklist (The Australian)
Thu Mar 11 21:48, 2010 GMT
A MEDIA rights watchdog has listed Australia along side Iran and North Korea in a report on countries threatening censorship.
Oz slammed for internet censorship (Herald Sun)
Thu Mar 11 22:37, 2010 GMT
PARIS - A TOP media rights watchdog listed Australia along with Iran and North Korea in a report published Friday on countries that pose a threat of Internet censorship. Paris-based media rights group Reporters Without Borders (RSF) put Australia and South Korea on its list of countries 'under surveillance' in its 'Internet Enemies' report (rsf.org/ennemis.html).
Australia on Internet watchlist (Straits Times)
Thu Mar 11 22:35, 2010 GMT
TJX Conspirator Gets 4 Years Wired News ... and send the money electronically — either by a wire transfer or using digital currencies such as E-gold and Web Money — to a bank account in Latvia. ...
TJX Conspirator Gets 4 Years - Wired News
Thu Mar 11 22:24, 2010 GMT
A TOP media rights watchdog has listed Australia along with Iran and North Korea in a report on countries that pose a threat of internet censorship.
Australia is on internet watchlist (Herald Sun)
Thu Mar 11 23:35, 2010 GMT
A top media rights watchdog has listed Australia along with Iran and North Korea in a report published on countries that pose a threat of internet censorship.
Australia on internet enemy watchlist (ABC via Yahoo!7 News)
Thu Mar 11 23:59, 2010 GMT
A media rights watchdog has listed Australia in a report on countries that pose a threat of internet censorship.
Australia placed on censorship watch list (ZDNet Australia)
Fri Mar 12 00:09, 2010 GMT
A TOP media rights watchdog has listed Australia alongside Iran and North Korea in a report on countries that pose a threat of internet censorship.
Australia on global internet blacklist (Adelaide Now)
Thu Mar 11 22:24, 2010 GMT
A TOP media rights watchdog has listed Australia along with Iran and North Korea in a report on countries that pose a threat of internet censorship.
Australia is on internet watchlist (Perth Now)
Fri Mar 12 01:06, 2010 GMT
A top media rights watchdog has listed Australia along with Iran and North Korea in a report on countries that pose a threat of internet censorship.
'Iran, North Korea and ... Australia' (Sydney Morning Herald)
Fri Mar 12 00:59, 2010 GMT
A top media rights watchdog has listed Australia along with Iran and North Korea in a report on countries that pose a threat of internet censorship.
'Iran, North Korea and ... Australia' (The Age)
Fri Mar 12 02:38, 2010 GMT
Some fairly stretch wordplay by a SA senator, Maurice Newman's climate change speech continues to make waves, Australia shamed for internet censorship plans and other media snippets.
Senator’s media wordplay … Oz shamed for internet censorship (Crikey)
Fri Mar 12 03:09, 2010 GMT
Reporters Without Borders released its annual report [ PDF ] on online access today. They call it Enemies of the Internet, and it shows a world where online censorship, intimidation and worse is increasing. It's not surprising that as access to the Internet expands, more and more dictators and tyrants will try to suppress it. But what's troubling about this year's report is the inclusion of two ...
'Enemies of the Internet': Not Just For Dictators Anymore (ReadWriteWeb)
Fri Mar 12 04:40, 2010 GMT
Wired News TJX Hacking Conspirator Gets 4 Years Wired News ... and send the money electronically — either by a wire transfer or using digital currencies such as E-gold and Web Money — to a bank account in Latvia. ... and more »
TJX Hacking Conspirator Gets 4 Years - Wired News
Fri Mar 12 08:24, 2010 GMT
Repressive regimes have stepped up efforts to censor the Internet and jail dissidents, Reporters Without Borders said in a study out Thursday.
Internet censorship gains voltage, group says (Denver Post)
Fri Mar 12 09:23, 2010 GMT
The Hindu Chinese Minister Insists Google Obey the Law ABC News AP China's top Internet regulator insisted Friday that Google must obey its laws or "pay the consequences," giving no ... US argues its case against Internet censorship ; Still unclear if Google will ... Washington Post (blog) House bill targets Internet censorship FCW.com Spanish newspaper attack Google for denouncing “ censorship ” in the country White Hat News DailyTech  - Reuters  - TechFreq News all 557 news articles »
Chinese Minister Insists Google Obey the Law - ABC News
Fri Mar 12 10:10, 2010 GMT
AFP Global: World Day Against Cyber Censorship Global Voices Online (blog) Internet censorship is still a major issue in many countries worldwide. With that in mind, the Paris-based international organization ... Rights Group Puts Korea on Internet Watchlist Korea Times Australia on human rights watch Fudzilla Rights group puts Australia on Internet watchlist AFP The Next Web all 58 news articles »
Global: World Day Against Cyber Censorship - Global Voices Online (blog)
Fri Mar 12 10:55, 2010 GMT
Sydney, March 12 : A top media rights watchdog has listed Australia along with Iran and North Korea in a report on countries that pose a threat of internet censorship.
Australia on watchlist for imposing censorship on the Internet (New Kerala) Media coverage of corruption case censored for fear of criticism Jordan - Media coverage of corruption case censored for fear of criticism"> Jordan -
Fri Mar 12 10:40, 2010 GMT
Reporters Without Borders condemns the order issued by an Amman military court on 10 March banning the media from covering a case of alleged corruption involving several leading Jordanian figures including a former finance minister. The case was exposed in the press several months ago. “This ban shows a lack of political will on the part of the Jordanian government to combat corruption within the government and state-owned companies,” Reporters Without Borders said. “It was the press that (...)
Australia on watchlist with Iran for imposing censorship on the Internet - Buzz 7
Fri Mar 12 13:08, 2010 GMT
3News Censorship fears over Australian net filter Sydney Morning Herald The government's proposed internet filter has landed Australia on a global watch list for internet censorship , prompting one industry figure to note that ... Global: World Day Against Cyber Censorship Global Voices Online (blog) Global campaign seeks to crush web censorship V3.co.uk More governments are censoring the Internet Inquirer The Associated Press  - ReadWriteWeb (blog)  - The CSR Digest all 190 news articles »
Censorship fears over Australian net filter - Sydney Morning Herald
Fri Mar 12 12:34, 2010 GMT
China warned Google, the world's largest search engine, against flouting the country's laws on Friday, as expectations grow for a resolution to a public battle over censorship and cyber-security.
China warns Google as Internet row deal seen soon (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
Fri Mar 12 13:09, 2010 GMT
The rise of the secret censor New Zealand’s internet filtering system went live last month – but the government forgot to mention this to its electorate until its hand was forced by online freedom campaign, Tech Liberty .… Offloading malware protection to the cloud
NZ internet filter goes live - gov forgets to tell public
Fri Mar 12 13:28, 2010 GMT
David Neal, V3.co.uk , Friday 12 March 2010 at 13:15:00 Reporters without Borders announces World Day Against Cyber Censorship Reporters without Borders has launched World Day Against Cyber Censorship , a global event designed to raise awareness of censorship on the internet. The initiative names and shames the worst offending governments, bundling the UK, France and Australia alongside others ...
Global campaign seeks to crush web censorship (vnunet.com)
Fri Mar 12 14:17, 2010 GMT
March 12 (Bloomberg) -- China said Google Inc. would be “unfriendly and irresponsible” if it defies rules to filter online content, commenting on a censorship dispute between the government and the owner of the most popular search engine.
China Calls Google’s Plan to End Web Censorship ‘Unfriendly’ (Bloomberg)
Fri Mar 12 07:25, 2010 GMT
This day was proposed to be observed by Reporters Without Borders to attract attention of the public to the problem of free access to the Internet worldwide.
World Day Against Cyber Censorship marked today
Fri Mar 12 07:54, 2010 GMT
AFP Full Text of Human Rights Record of the United States in 2009 (4) TMCnet In September 2009, the country set up an Internet security supervision body, further worrying US citizens that the US government might use Internet security ... US human rights report hits China, Iran Reuters China Counters US Report on its Human Rights Record Voice of America US hits out at China's web censorship IT PRO AFP  - Kansas City infoZine all 300 news articles »
Full Text of Human Rights Record of the United States in 2009 (4) - TMCnet
Fri Mar 12 15:20, 2010 GMT
CBC.ca China warns Google to comply with censorship laws BBC News Google announced in January that it would no longer comply with China's internet censorship laws. It warned that it may shut down google.cn because of ... China Insists Google Obey the Law FOXNews US argues its case against Internet censorship ; Still unclear if Google will ... Washington Post (blog) House bill targets Internet censorship FCW.com White Hat News  - DailyTech all 795 news articles »
China warns Google to comply with censorship laws - BBC News
Fri Mar 12 15:17, 2010 GMT
China's top internet official warns that Google will "pay the consequences" if it does not comply with censorship laws.
China's stern warning to Google
Fri Mar 12 14:16, 2010 GMT
Reporters Without Borders are concerned over the decree on Internet censorship signed by Lukashenka.
Belarusian officials on list of potential “Internet enemies”
Fri Mar 12 16:37, 2010 GMT
3News Reporters without Borders warns against Internet censorship Deutsche Welle More and more countries are censoring what their citizens can access on the internet . On the third annual 'world day against cyber censorship ' Reporters ... Censorship fears over Australian net filter Sydney Morning Herald Global: World Day Against Cyber Censorship Global Voices Online (blog) Global campaign seeks to crush web censorship V3.co.uk Inquirer  - ReadWriteWeb (blog)  - The Associated Press all 195 news articles »
Reporters without Borders warns against Internet censorship - Deutsche Welle
Fri Mar 12 17:41, 2010 GMT
New York Daily News China Won't Give Up Censorship Card Investor's Business Daily (blog) “But if they leave, China's Internet market is still going to develop.” It's the latest installment in a dispute that surfaced in January when Google (GOOG) ... China warns Google to comply with censorship laws BBC News China Insists Google Obey the Law FOXNews China Warns Google Again After CEO's Statement New York Times Washington Post (blog)  - MarketWatch all 870 news articles »
China Won't Give Up Censorship Card - Investor's Business Daily (blog)
Fri Mar 12 18:25, 2010 GMT
Slang Expressions Navigate Through Internet Censorship in China The Epoch Times Instead of having a dampening effect as intended, the latest rounds of tightening controls on Internet censorship in China have inspired some netizens to ...
Slang Expressions Navigate Through Internet Censorship in China - The Epoch Times
Fri Mar 12 18:13, 2010 GMT
Stop filtering and 'you will bear the consequences' China's Minister of Industry and Information Technology has warned Google that if it stops censoring search results in the country, it will "have to bear the consequences."… Offloading malware protection to the cloud
China warns Google over uncensored search threat
Fri Mar 12 18:54, 2010 GMT
Chinese authorities are pounding their desks over compliance with the law as Google's C-Day approaches. The "C" is for Censorship, of course, which Google plans to lift in China sometime in the near future. The company has been in talks with China ever since the highly publicized hack earlier this year , and although the two may not be in agreement over what to censor, it seems likely that ...
China and Google playing game of Chicken over censorship (Ars Technica)
Fri Mar 12 18:46, 2010 GMT
TopNews United States Government Internet Censorship Begins In Stealth In New Zealand Prison Planet.com “It establishes the principle that the government can choose to arbitrarily set up a new censorship scheme and choose which material to block , ... NZ internet filter goes live - gov forgets to tell public Register New Zealand filters the web Inquirer NZ Internet filter goes live NetworkWorld.com all 27 news articles »
Government Internet Censorship Begins In Stealth In New Zealand - Prison Planet.com
Fri Mar 12 18:15, 2010 GMT
Reuters Google ponders split decision on China CNET It appears very unlikely that China will change its Internet censorship laws for Google. Government officials have consistently reminded Google and other ... China warns Google to comply with censorship laws BBC News China Insists Google Obey the Law FOXNews China Warns Google Again After CEO's Remarks New York Times Investor's Business Daily (blog)  - Washington Post (blog) all 910 news articles »
Google ponders split decision on China - CNET
Fri Mar 12 21:08, 2010 GMT
A Chinese internet official refuses to blink in the 2-month-old censorship flap with Google. He said "consequences" would be felt if Google stops filtering search results in China.
China Warns Google Over Search Censorship (Wired News)
Fri Mar 12 23:00, 2010 GMT
Globe and Mail What Google Will Do in China (SXSW Presentation) ReadWriteWeb (blog) There are two main types of Internet censorship in China, said Kuo. The first is The Great Firewall of China, which has been nick-named "Iron Curtain 2.0. ... Google ponders split decision on China CNET China warns Google to comply with censorship laws BBC News China Insists Google Obey the Law FOXNews New York Times  - Investor's Business Daily (blog)  - MarketWatch all 1,016 news articles »
What Google Will Do in China (SXSW Presentation) - ReadWriteWeb (blog)
Fri Mar 12 23:38, 2010 GMT
PC World Microsoft races to plug IE hole after exploit code released CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... IE Attacks Circulate as Microsoft Updates Advisory eWeek Microsoft admits Office patch gaffes Computerworld Firms using XP vulnerable despite recent Microsoft patches ITBusiness.ca The Tech Herald  - ZDNet UK (blog)  - eSecurity Planet all 64 news articles »
Microsoft races to plug IE hole after exploit code released - CNET
Sat Mar 13 03:04, 2010 GMT
Reuters China Issues Another Warning to Google on Enforced Censorship of the Internet New York Times But he gave no indication that the government would ease the censorship rules that are at the heart of Google's ultimatum. “I hope Google will abide by ... Google ponders split decision on China CNET China warns Google to comply with censorship laws BBC News China Insists Google Obey the Law FOXNews ReadWriteWeb (blog)  - Investor's Business Daily (blog)  - MarketWatch all 1,020 news articles »
China Issues Another Warning to Google on Enforced Censorship of the Internet - New York Times
Sat Mar 13 06:28, 2010 GMT
The Hindu China says Google must censor or “pay the consequences” V3.co.uk "But if they leave, China's internet market is still going to develop." Li defended the use of internet censorship in his country, saying it was necessary ... China Issues Another Warning to Google on Enforced Censorship of the Internet New York Times Google ponders split decision on China CNET China warns Google to comply with censorship laws BBC News FOXNews  - ReadWriteWeb (blog)  - Investor's Business Daily (blog) all 1,030 news articles »
China says Google must censor or “pay the consequences” - V3.co.uk
Fri Mar 12 09:38, 2010 GMT
India Talkies Rights Group Puts Korea on Internet Watchlist Korea Times Australia was also among the nations accused of excessive Internet control, joining South Korea in the report's ``under surveillance'' category, ... Australia on human rights watch Fudzilla Glance: Countries in Internet censorship report BusinessWeek Rights group puts Australia on Internet watchlist AFP ZDNet (blog)  - Global Voices Online (blog)  - TG Daily all 96 news articles »
Rights Group Puts Korea on Internet Watchlist - Korea Times
Fri Mar 12 23:49, 2010 GMT
By JOE McDONALD THE ASSOCIATED PRESS China's top Internet regulator insisted Friday that Google must obey its laws or 'pay the consequences,' giving no sign of a possible compromise in their dispute over censorship and hacking.
China Says Google Must Obey State-Controlled Internet Censorship Rules (The Lakeland Ledger)
Sat Mar 13 10:34, 2010 GMT
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Talks with China over censorship have reached an apparent impasse and Google, the world's largest search engine, is now "99.9 percent" certain to shut its Chinese search engine, the Financial Times said on Saturday.
Google "99.9 pct" sure to shut China search engine: report
Sat Mar 13 11:40, 2010 GMT
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Sat Mar 13 20:21, 2010 GMT
India Talkies World Day against Internet censorship IT Chuiko (blog) Today, the second time is celebrated global day against Internet censorship . Reporters Without Borders has launched the habit of warning the growing threats ... Australia on watchlist with Iran for imposing censorship on the Internet Sify Australia Is on Its Way to Becoming an 'Enemy of the Internet ' Softpedia Rights Group Puts Korea on Internet Watchlist Korea Times Fudzilla  - BusinessWeek  - AFP all 100 news articles »
World Day against Internet censorship - IT Chuiko (blog)
Sat Mar 13 20:41, 2010 GMT
Google, now "99.9 percent" certain it will shutter its Chinese search engine amid conflict over censorship, has in-depth plans to do so, according to a Financial Times source.
Google '99.9 percent' sure to shutter Google.cn
Sun Mar 14 06:51, 2010 GMT
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Sun Mar 14 07:22, 2010 GMT
Australia Sunday defended its plan to block some Internet content, such as that featuring child sex abuse or advocating terrorism, after a media rights watchdog warned it may hurt free speech.
Australia defends mandatory Internet filter (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Sun Mar 14 07:14, 2010 GMT
NEW YORK — Repressive regimes have stepped up efforts to censor the Internet and jail dissidents, Reporters Without Borders said in a study released late last week.
Internet censorship rising in repressive nations (Everett Herald)
Sun Mar 14 08:14, 2010 GMT
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Sun Mar 14 16:13, 2010 GMT
The Financial Times said on Saturday that Google’s talks with China over censorship have reached an apparent impasse, and the Internet company is now "99.9 percent" certain it will shut down its Chinese search engine.
Google Almost Certain To Pull Search Engine From China (redOrbit)
Sun Mar 14 08:47, 2010 GMT
Reuters Google Gets Ready to Say Goodbye to China Netbook Boards The announcement of Google's ultimatum to China regarding Internet censorship generated much fanfare across the Web, about the purity of the values that ... Analysis: Google losing China - world's largest Internet market ZDNet (blog) China Issues Another Warning to Google on Enforced Censorship of the Internet New York Times Google China: Bye-Bye China, Google Announces Closure Seven Sided Cube 1590 KLIV Silicon Valley News  - Redmond Pie  - CNET all 1,335 news articles »
Google Gets Ready to Say Goodbye to China - Netbook Boards
Sun Mar 14 19:45, 2010 GMT
Washington Post Venezuelan president calls for Internet regulation CNET Chavez's comments come as Internet companies grapple with governments over Internet censorship . Google is reportedly close to shutting down its Chinese ... Venezuela's Public Sector Physicians to Receive Pay Increases Axis of Logic AP Technology NewsBrief at 12:09 am EST TMCnet all 547 news articles »
Venezuelan president calls for Internet regulation - CNET
Sun Mar 14 23:08, 2010 GMT
The struggle between Google and the government of China over censorship of China's Internet calls for a negotiated settlement, says The Seattle Times editorial board.
Google's beef with China should be negotiated (Seattle Times)
Mon Mar 15 00:50, 2010 GMT
Internet companies and civil liberties groups contend the powers it would give the British authorities would be a move toward censorship.
British Put Teeth in Anti-Piracy Proposal (New York Times)
Mon Mar 15 01:06, 2010 GMT
AFP Russia and China on US human rights pot calling kettles black report Examiner.com One of its proposed measures allows the president unfettered authority to shut down private Internet networks. "The bill would cripple privacy and security ... China issues shocking U.S. Human Rights Record report Examiner.com all 91 news articles »
Russia and China on US human rights pot calling kettles black report - Examiner.com
Sun Mar 14 16:48, 2010 GMT
Redmond Pie Google to Shutdown Search Engine in China Redmond Pie The Chinese government on Friday warned the US based search company, that it was not prepared to compromise on internet censorship with Google in China. ... Could Google's China policy affect its business elsewhere? ZDNet (blog) Google Is Poised to Close China Site Wall Street Journal China Issues Warning to Major Partners of Google New York Times Seattle Times  - Wired News  - MarketWatch all 54 news articles »
Google to Shutdown Search Engine in China - Redmond Pie
Mon Mar 15 06:32, 2010 GMT
Latest reports reveal that Google is now "99.9 per cent" sure it will close its Chinese search engine as the negotiations with the government reached an impasse. Citing the sources familiar with the matter the Financial Times reported the news hours after a Chinese minister warned Google that it would "have to bear the consequences" if it stopped censoring results on Google.cn. read more
Now Google is almost absolutely sure to remove its Chinese search engine
Mon Mar 15 06:48, 2010 GMT
SINDH TODAY Google will stop its activities in China? News Trends (blog) The fact that Google disappear, may contain a little more Chinese in a very political Internet censorship and Google still present and very well used, ... Google to Shutdown Search Engine in China Redmond Pie Could Google's China policy affect its business elsewhere? ZDNet (blog) Google Is Poised to Close China Site Wall Street Journal New York Times  - Seattle Times  - BusinessWeek all 68 news articles »
Google will stop its activities in China? - News Trends (blog)
Mon Mar 15 07:35, 2010 GMT
Solid Blogger (blog) F-secure Internet Security 2010 Free Download with with 6 Months License Key Solid Blogger (blog) F-Secure Internet Security 2010 is a comprehensive security suite for your computer to provide safety and privacy when you are online without using much ...
F-secure Internet Security 2010 Free Download with with 6 Months License Key - Solid Blogger (blog)
Mon Mar 15 07:50, 2010 GMT
Web sites that use Google search services should seek alternatives in case Google goes through with its decision to stop censoring results, China reportedly cautions.
China warns Google partners: Look for backup
Mon Mar 15 08:59, 2010 GMT
The mostly costly scam in 2010 according to McAfee report will be fake antivirus applications that prompt Internet subscribers to download malicious software under guise of anti-virus protection and pay their own money for such bogus products. The report reveals that cyber crooks earn more than $300 million from luring unwitting users into downloading scareware. Over the past two years scareware grew by 660% while during the past 12 months it increased by 400%. read more
Most costly scam of 2010
Mon Mar 15 09:12, 2010 GMT
Google has detailed plans to close its Chinese search engine amid conflict over censorship, according to a Financial Times source
Google '99pc' likely to shut Chinese search engine
Mon Mar 15 09:47, 2010 GMT
Daily Nation Financial Times report: Google “99.9%” likely to shutter its China site TopNews New Zealand ... the talks between Google and China – pertaining to China's Internet censorship policy as well as cyber- security – have apparently reached a standoff; ... Google will stop its activities in China? News Trends (blog) Google to Shutdown Search Engine in China Redmond Pie Google China news: censorship controversy causes closure? Computerworld (blog) Reuters  - BusinessWeek  - ZDNet (blog) all 127 news articles »
Financial Times report: Google “99.9%” likely to shutter its China site - TopNews New Zealand
Mon Mar 15 11:23, 2010 GMT
TopNews New Zealand Internet fraud losses doubled last year FederalNewsRadio.com The company is voicing its concerns about China's Internet censorship policy and cyber- security breaches. With no resolution in sight the Financial Times is ... FBI and Internet Crime Center issues warning about rental, real estate fraud MLive.com Cybercrime Complaints, Reported Losses Increase Wall Street Journal Online Fraud Losses Doubled in 2009, FBI Says eCreditDaily.com RedOrbit  - AFP  - Federal Bureau of Investigation (press release) all 343 news articles »
Internet fraud losses doubled last year - FederalNewsRadio.com
Mon Mar 15 12:21, 2010 GMT
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMMISSION OF MARYLAND v. DOWNEY Leagle.com In the Statement of Offense, the respondent and the Government agreed that, although the respondent "participated in developing the E-Gold operation's [ 2 ...
ATTORNEY GRIEVANCE COMMISSION OF MARYLAND v. DOWNEY - Leagle.com
Mon Mar 15 12:03, 2010 GMT
The Moderate Voice Is Internet privacy dead? No, just more complicated: researchers Washington Post (blog) But Internet users also care about privacy , according to experts. Particularly when they feel like they've lost control of their personal information. ... Making Sense of Privacy and Publicity The Moderate Voice all 3 news articles »
Is Internet privacy dead? No, just more complicated: researchers - Washington Post (blog)
Mon Mar 15 12:51, 2010 GMT
FBI figures show huge rise in online miscreantage US net crime loss complaints almost doubled in value from $265m in 2008 to reach $560m last year, according to official figures.… Offloading malware protection to the cloud
Cybercrime losses almost double
Mon Mar 15 07:01, 2010 GMT
Internet Censorship : Turkey "Under Surveillance" of RSF Bianet According to the European Security and Cooperation Organization (OSCE), Turkey banned access to about 3700 internet sites mostly for "arbitrary and ... Group assails South's Web policies JoongAng Daily all 3 news articles »
Internet Censorship: Turkey "Under Surveillance" of RSF - Bianet
Mon Mar 15 12:45, 2010 GMT
Reuters China warns Google partners to toe line San Jose Business Journal The announcement triggered an international debate over Internet censorship and espionage. China has strongly denied any involvement. Google ready for China pull-out over censorship T3 Google will stop its activities in China? News Trends (blog) Financial Times report: Google “99.9%” likely to shutter its China site TopNews New Zealand Redmond Pie  - Washington Post (blog)  - MarketWatch all 176 news articles »
China warns Google partners to toe line - San Jose Business Journal
Mon Mar 15 13:00, 2010 GMT
Reuters Chinese Censorship of Google Issue Betrays Concerns Wall Street Journal (blog) It accused the company of “sensationalizing” Chinese Internet censorship and of violating “basic international practices” of following local laws. ... China warns Google partners to toe line San Jose Business Journal Google ready for China pull-out over censorship T3 Google will stop its activities in China? News Trends (blog) TopNews New Zealand  - Redmond Pie  - Washington Post (blog) all 192 news articles »
Chinese Censorship of Google Issue Betrays Concerns - Wall Street Journal (blog)
Mon Mar 15 14:25, 2010 GMT
The Alchemical Web: Bringing About Regime Change Through The Internet Protocol Forbes (blog) Each of the nation states mentioned in this article have Internet censorship of one kind or another and each are experiencing the transformative effects of ...
The Alchemical Web: Bringing About Regime Change Through The Internet Protocol - Forbes (blog)
Mon Mar 15 14:35, 2010 GMT
Privacy is now a major concern for internet users. Infosecurity Magazine Research just published claims to show that more than half of internet users do not trust privacy policies posted on websites, and that just 28.5% respond ...
Privacy is now a major concern for internet users. - Infosecurity Magazine
Mon Mar 15 15:36, 2010 GMT
The US decision to allow the export of Internet tools to Iran, Cuba and Sudan won't bring about instant change. But it does make life harder for the censors - and the regimes in question can't even complain about it.
End of US export ban on Web tools leaves Iran, Cuba and Sudan speechless (Deutsche Welle)
Mon Mar 15 15:30, 2010 GMT
Washington Post Hugo Chavez wants Venezuela to be the next Internet -censoring country Geek.com With Google looking likely to pull out of China within days thanks to that government's oppressive censorship policies, it might look as if the health of ... Venezuelan president calls for Internet regulation CNET Chavez: Twitter and websites may soon be blocked in Venezuela ZDNet (blog) Venezuelan Web site rejects Chavez's allegations The Associated Press Axis of Logic all 635 news articles »
Hugo Chavez wants Venezuela to be the next Internet-censoring country - Geek.com
Mon Mar 15 16:57, 2010 GMT
Reporters Without Borders names several countries, including China and Iran, as Internet enemies for clamping down on online freedom and prosecuting bloggers.
Report names 'enemies of the Internet'
Mon Mar 15 14:25, 2010 GMT
Google said on Monday it remained in talks with the Chinese government about censorship of its Chinese-language search portal, despite mounting signs the company could soon shut the site.
Google says China censorship talks continue, but company could shut down site soon (New York Daily News)
Mon Mar 15 17:09, 2010 GMT
Reporters Without Borders names several countries, including China and Iran, as Internet enemies for clamping down on online freedom and prosecuting bloggers.
Report names 'enemies of the Internet' (CNET)
Mon Mar 15 10:11, 2010 GMT
After his decision to run for presidency, the first interview Andrei Sannikov gave to Belarusian bloggers.
The aim is to build a normal state
Mon Mar 15 17:51, 2010 GMT
Britain wants to block access to sites that offer unauthorized music, movies Afterdawn.com A new proposal in Britain, taken up by the House of Commons today, wants to make it law that ISPs are forced to block access to all sites that offer ...
Britain wants to block access to sites that offer unauthorized music, movies - Afterdawn.com
Mon Mar 15 18:41, 2010 GMT
Reuters Google China Shutdown Almost Certain InformationWeek The New York Times on Sunday said that Chinese authorities have warned Google's search partners in China that they must comply with censorship laws and that ... China Real Time Report Wall Street Journal Google is almost sure to pull out of China Inquirer China warns Google partners to toe line San Jose Business Journal T3  - Thaindian.com  - BCS all 420 news articles »
Google China Shutdown Almost Certain - InformationWeek
Mon Mar 15 19:46, 2010 GMT
ITP.net MIDDLE EAST: Iran and Arab countries "enemies of the Internet ," says report Los Angeles Times (blog) Earlier this month, the United States lawmakers criticized the role of US tech companies in aiding Internet censorship abroad, with Senate Majority Whip ... Internet censorship rising in repressive nations HeraldNet Reporters without Borders warns against Internet censorship Ethiopian Review World Day against Internet censorship IT Chuiko (blog) CNET  - Sydney Morning Herald  - ITP.net all 23 news articles »
MIDDLE EAST: Iran and Arab countries "enemies of the Internet," says report - Los Angeles Times (blog)
Mon Mar 15 19:54, 2010 GMT
Internet censorship, a runaway Toyota Prius, and .xxx domains are in the news this week. We also talk FCC broadband speed test tools, and what the best job in America is right now (hint: it's tech related!)
CNET News Daily Podcast: The Google in China situation thickens (CNET)
Mon Mar 15 19:29, 2010 GMT
Things are starting to heat up in China and Google’s ongoing scuffle over the future of Internet censorship in the country. After the Chinese government was suspected of hacking into the GMail accounts of several political dissidents, Google declared that they would no longer do business in the country if China did not rethink its [...]
Google stops censoring some Chinese search results for Tiananmen Square protests (Geek.com)
Mon Mar 15 19:43, 2010 GMT
Internet censorship, a runaway Toyota Prius, and .xxx domains are in the news today. We also talk FCC broadband speed test tools, and what the best job in America is right now (hint: it's tech related!)
CNET News Daily Podcast: Google in China plot thickens
Mon Mar 15 21:12, 2010 GMT
Globe and Mail Baidu Buyers Loving The Google Boost Forbes As tensions built over Internet censorship and cyber- security , investors have been buying up Baidu in anticipation of the potential windfall -- both in web ... Google China Shutdown Almost Certain InformationWeek China Real Time Report Wall Street Journal Reports: Google May Shut Down Chinese Search Engine RTT News Inquirer  - Geek.com  - San Jose Business Journal all 466 news articles »
Baidu Buyers Loving The Google Boost - Forbes
Mon Mar 15 22:43, 2010 GMT
It now appears almost certain that Google and the Chinese government will not reach an accord over Internet censorship policies and that Google will begin pulling out of the country in the near future. Among the increasing number of signs pointing in that direction are warnings the Chinese government gave to Google's Web partners that they must comply with Chinese law, even if Google does not.
Google Poised to Make Good on Its China Threat (E-Commerce Times)
Tue Mar 16 00:03, 2010 GMT
CARACAS (Reuters) - Venezuela is not planning to censor the Web or to shut down social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook, officials said on Monday, after President Hugo Chavez called for regulation of the Internet.
Venezuela denies plans to censor Internet
Tue Mar 16 01:22, 2010 GMT
Venezuela is not planning to censor the web or to shut down social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook, officials said, after President Hugo Chavez called for regulation of the internet
Venezuela denies plans to censor internet (TVNZ)
Tue Mar 16 03:08, 2010 GMT
A censorship edition of media briefs, as Google ramps up its battle with China over filtering (and is now set to walk away) and a defense of Australia's planned net filter by Communications Minister Stephen Conroy.
State of the media? not pretty … censorship in China, and Australia … Piers must pay … (Crikey)
Tue Mar 16 06:25, 2010 GMT
March 16 (Bloomberg) -- Google Inc. ’s Internet service license in China may expire at the end of this month, adding pressure on the company to resolve a censorship row with the government that could result in its pullout from the country.
Google’s China Internet License May Expire This Month (Update1) (Bloomberg)
Tue Mar 16 07:19, 2010 GMT
Google should obey Chinese government rules even if it decides to retreat from the country over hacking and censorship complaints, a Chinese government spokesman said on Tuesday.
China warns Google to obey rules even if it pulls out (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
Tue Mar 16 07:08, 2010 GMT
Google Inc.'s Android mobile operating system "should flourish" in China, notwithstanding the company's pledge to stop censoring Internet search results in that country, chief financial officer Patrick Pichette said Monday.
Google rates operating system Android a win in China, despite censorship dispute (Denver Post)
Tue Mar 16 08:04, 2010 GMT
China on Tuesday again warned Google not to stop filtering its web search engine results, as speculation mounted about the company's plans following its threat to leave over censorship and cyberattacks.
China again tells Google to obey the law (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Tue Mar 16 08:03, 2010 GMT
On Monday Venezuelan officials confirmed that the government is not planning to censor the Internet and shut down social networks such as Twitter and Facebook in the country. Concerns over the potential censorship that takes place in Cuba, Iran and China arose after President Hugo Chavez called for regulation of the Internet. read more
How Venezuela wants to change Internet regulation? Censorship like in China?
Tue Mar 16 10:23, 2010 GMT
A right tool for the job A star from the The Hills reality show has announced his supposed intention to take a break from his lucrative TV career in order to fight cybercrime.…
Reality star Pratt shuns showbiz to be cybercrime superhero
Tue Mar 16 10:16, 2010 GMT
The Digital Economy Bill, which includes measures to ban persistent illegal file-sharers, has been passed by peers.
Lords pass internet piracy bill
Tue Mar 16 10:53, 2010 GMT
Profits made by cyber criminals in the US more than doubled during 2009 to more than $500m, a report suggests.
Boom time for cyber crime in US
Tue Mar 16 11:56, 2010 GMT
Copyright holders lick wounds The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) and a pro-copyright group have given up their fight to get telecoms outfit Telenor to block access to The Pirate Bay in Norway.… What is your recession sales strategy?
Pirate Bay blocking row silenced in Norway Reporters Without Borders supports Best Burmese Blogger Award Burma - Reporters Without Borders supports Best Burmese Blogger Award"> Burma -
Tue Mar 16 11:52, 2010 GMT
For the second year running, Reporters Without Borders has supported the Best Burmese Blogger Award, created by its partner organisation, the Burma Media Association (BMA). The results were announced at a conference organised by the BMA at the end of February in the northern Thai city of Chiang Mai. Thousands of Burmese Internet users helped to choose the winners by voting for their favourite blogs. Ten blogs received prizes. The best blog in the general category was Myanmar E-Books (...)
Google China Fate May Be Decided in March as Licenses Reviewed (Bloomberg)
Tue Mar 16 13:10, 2010 GMT
"The Global Internet Freedom Caucus will help create support for Internet freedom legislation,” said Rep. Smith.
‘The Time Has Come!’ Says Rep. Smith on Bill Combating Internet Censorship (The Epoch Times)
Tue Mar 16 13:58, 2010 GMT
Google Inc.’s fate in China may be decided this month as Internet-service licenses come up for renewal, amid growing speculation a censorship row with the government will drive the U.S. company from the country.
Google China Fate May Be Decided Amid License Reviews (Update1) (BusinessWeek)
Tue Mar 16 14:00, 2010 GMT
One day after announcing it was 99.9 percent certain to shut its Chinese search engine, Google.cn, search giant Google may have pulled the plug on censorship in the country. 
Google Reportedly Ends Censorship in China (Fox News)
Tue Mar 16 14:15, 2010 GMT
A rural community in southwestern China is teaching its women how to avoid becoming trafficked. But, while the idea is good, the execution makes trafficking seem like a problem of a stranger randomly attacking you on the street, rather than more common methods: people offering jobs, a new "friend," someone in a private place where kicking and screaming would be ineffective. [ Change.org ] While ...
Extra! Extra! Human trafficking lessons, censorship and currency issues (Shanghaiist)
Tue Mar 16 14:34, 2010 GMT
The Guardian Google's China Exit: When Business and Human Rights Converge Huffington Post (blog) Internet censorship is deeply unpopular in China. China's "Great Firewall" is the object of constant derision, even by those who consider themselves to be ... China orders Google to obey laws Aljazeera.net Google China Shutdown Almost Certain InformationWeek Extra! Extra! Human trafficking lessons, censorship and currency issues Shanghaiist Wall Street Journal  - CNBC  - Forbes all 989 news articles »
Google's China Exit: When Business and Human Rights Converge - Huffington Post (blog)
Tue Mar 16 16:25, 2010 GMT
UZBEKISTAN: Internet censorship continues Forum 18 Uzbekistan continues to impose widespread and swift internet censorship on Russian-language websites, Forum 18 News Service notes. This was demonstrated on ... and more »
UZBEKISTAN: Internet censorship continues - Forum 18
Tue Mar 16 17:20, 2010 GMT
Talks with China over censorship have reached an apparent impasse and Google, the worlds largest search engine, is now 99.9 percent certain to shut its Chinese search engine, the Financial Times said on Saturday. A Google spokeswoman would neither confirm nor deny the report to Wired.com, saying only, We cant confirm that story. Google also declined to elaborate on any aspect of the conflict or ...
WEB/TECH: China Warns Google over Search Censorship (All About Jazz)
Tue Mar 16 17:04, 2010 GMT
As of last week, the advocacy organization Reporters Without Borders counted nearly 120 bloggers, journalists and others behind bars for their online activities more than any other time since the creation of the Internet. On Saturday, that number went up by 30 when Iranian authorities announced the arrest of an alleged U.S.-backed "cyber network...
WEB/TECH: Middle East: Iran and Arab Countries "Enemies of the Internet" (All About Jazz)
Tue Mar 16 17:21, 2010 GMT
Globe and Mail The Politics of Google's China Exit The AtlanticWire (blog) The company's move is also in sync with Hillary Clinton's statement against the information curtain that Internet censorship represents. ... Google's China Exit: When Business and Human Rights Converge Huffington Post (blog) Google to pull out of China completely? Mobile Computing News China orders Google to obey laws Aljazeera.net InformationWeek  - Shanghaiist  - CNBC all 1,041 news articles »
The Politics of Google's China Exit - The AtlanticWire (blog)
Tue Mar 16 18:12, 2010 GMT
A spokesperson for the Chinese government warned Google to obey the country's laws, even if it should decide to shut down its .cn website, as the Menlo Park, California search engine technology provider gained a new ally in its fight against censorship in the Asian nation."On entering the Chinese market in 2007, it clearly stated that it would respect Chinese law," Ministry of Commerce spokesman ...
New Threats, Allies For Google In China Censorship Case (redOrbit)
Tue Mar 16 18:30, 2010 GMT
Chinese resellers of Google Internet advertising post a plea for a degree of certainty and a “reasonable solution” to the company’s ongoing back-and-forth with local authorities over censorship.
Google's China ad resellers post public plea (Market Watch)
Tue Mar 16 18:34, 2010 GMT
The Guardian China: Will Google Go or Stay? IT Business Edge (blog) The United States soon may be making a case against China before the World Trade Organization, arguing that its Internet censorship is an unfair barrier to ... Google's China Exit: When Business and Human Rights Converge Huffington Post (blog) The Politics of Google's China Exit The AtlanticWire (blog) Google to pull out of China completely? Mobile Computing News Aljazeera.net  - Shanghaiist  - InformationWeek all 1,056 news articles »
China: Will Google Go or Stay? - IT Business Edge (blog)
Tue Mar 16 18:31, 2010 GMT
Chinese resellers of Google Internet advertising post a plea for a degree of certainty and a “reasonable solution” to the company’s ongoing back-and-forth with local authorities over censorship.
Google's China ad resellers plea for clarity (Market Watch)
Tue Mar 16 22:59, 2010 GMT
The Internet was buzzing today that the Chinese government has dropped censorship of Google search items such as 'Tiananmen Square massacre' and 'Dalai Lama.'
Tiananmen Square massacre now searchable on Google China? (The Christian Science Monitor)
Tue Mar 16 23:44, 2010 GMT
Google's struggles with censorship in China carry lessons for others who would do business there, and for proponents of an open Internet.
What a Google China exit would mean (The Christian Science Monitor)
Wed Mar 17 01:04, 2010 GMT
The Hindu Activist: China trying to silence critics CNN International Even as Ai spoke to CNN, Google appeared to be moving closer to leaving China in a showdown over Internet censorship and hacking from inside the communist ... 'Just a matter of time' before Twitter is in China, company's co-founder says ... Los Angeles Times (blog) ReadWriteWeb: A Conversation with Ai Weiwei: Social Media and Digital Activism ReadWriteWeb (blog) Twitter Will Be Available in China…Someday Mashable (blog) ReadWriteWeb (blog) all 213 news articles »
Activist: China trying to silence critics - CNN International
Tue Mar 16 23:30, 2010 GMT
By JOHN POMFRET THE WASHINGTON POST The Chinese government on Tuesday appeared to set the foundation for Internet giant Google to pull out of China, with one spokesman contending that the company's potential departure would be an "individual business act" and another warning Google to obey Chinese law whether it leaves China or not.
Chinese Government Hints At Google's Departure in Dispute Over Censorship (The Lakeland Ledger)
Wed Mar 17 05:09, 2010 GMT
Two months after Google Inc threatened to pull out of China on hacking and censorship concerns, signs are mounting that Google is preparing an exit from the world's largest Internet market by users.
Twists and turns in Google's China saga (Reuters via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News)
Wed Mar 17 05:55, 2010 GMT
Two months after Google Inc threatened to pull out of China on hacking and censorship concerns, signs are mounting that Google is preparing an exit from the world's largest Internet market by users.
FACTBOX - Twists and turns in Google's China saga (Business Standard India)
Wed Mar 17 09:31, 2010 GMT
CBS News Security experts apprehensive about Fed agents collecting data on social networks TopNews New Zealand Noting that privacy profiles are an “iffy” issue from the privacy perspective, FishNet's chief security consultant Shawn Moyer said: “In the case of in real ... Undercover Feds on Social Networking Sites Raise Questions Wired News all 560 news articles »
Security experts apprehensive about Fed agents collecting data on social networks - TopNews New Zealand
Wed Mar 17 09:27, 2010 GMT
The Guardian Google partners seeking clarity on its plans in China White Hat News For its part, Google is also taking a position increasingly adamant censorship : the firm is one of three US companies – Microsoft and Yahoo! ... Google partners in China appeal for word on plans The Associated Press Google's China Exit: When Business and Human Rights Converge Huffington Post (blog) China: Will Google Go or Stay? IT Business Edge (blog) The AtlanticWire (blog)  - Capital.gr (press release)  - ABH News all 1,294 news articles »
Google partners seeking clarity on its plans in China - White Hat News
Wed Mar 17 10:33, 2010 GMT
Venezuela is not planning to censor the Web or to shut down social networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook, officials said on Monday, after President Hugo Chavez called for regulation of the Internet. Opposition leaders, bloggers and media freedom groups are worried Chavez's socialist government is preparing to clamp down on the networking sites or install tight controls such as those used ...
WEB/TECH: Venezuela Denies Plans to Censor Internet (All About Jazz)
Wed Mar 17 10:33, 2010 GMT
Internet giant denies change, but famous Tank Man picture now accessible. Once censored, the picture could be seen over the Internet in China Tuesday. Web sites dealing with subjects such as the Tiananmen Square democracy protests, Tibet and regional independence movements could all be accessed through Google's Chinese search engine Tuesday, after the company said it would no longer abide by ...
WEB/TECH: Google Appears to Drop Censorship in China (All About Jazz) Blogger's death in detention still unexplained one year later Iran - Blogger's death in detention still unexplained one year later "> Iran -
Wed Mar 17 11:12, 2010 GMT
Tomorrow is the first anniversary of blogger Omidreza Mirsayafi's tragic death in Tehran's Evin prison, a death that could have been avoided if the prison staff had not been negligent. “If they have acted promptly and done what was necessary, Mirsayafi could have been saved,” Reporters Without Borders said. “His death is all the more regrettable as his detention was totally unjustified.” Mirsayafi collapsed at 12 noon on 18 March 2009 and was taken to the prison infirmary. The prison authorities (...)
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Wed Mar 17 14:51, 2010 GMT
Greenberg, the big-budget mumblecore movie by Noah Baumbach, should enter the language as Woody Allen’s Zelig did—a title that goes beyond ethnic specificity to stand for a particular social disorder: the tendency toward vanity, suppression and censorship.
My Greenberg Problem—and Yours (New York Press)
Wed Mar 17 14:47, 2010 GMT
Merida, March 17 th , 2010 (Venezuelanalysis.com) – After Venezuela president Hugo Chavez publically criticised website Noticiero Digital for falsely reporting the assassination of a government official, national and international mass media alleged that the Venezuelan government wanted to censor the Internet.
Venezuelan Government Responds to Internet Censorship Accusations (Venezuelanalysis.com)
Wed Mar 17 15:30, 2010 GMT
ITWeb Google Attacks Highlight Growing Problem of Cyber Security Threats Voice of America Larry Clinton is the head of the Internet Security Alliance, an organization that works to promote security for online business. He says online enterprises ... Police tackle cyber crime ITWeb all 4 news articles »
Google Attacks Highlight Growing Problem of Cyber Security Threats - Voice of America
Wed Mar 17 17:01, 2010 GMT
Earthtimes (press release) Report: 12 countries named 'enemies of the Internet ' The Hill (blog) Both states have recently ramped up their Web censorship regimes. In particular, Australia has examined ways to put in place an online content filtering ... Seoul defends web policy after critical report - Feature Earthtimes (press release) all 3 news articles »
Report: 12 countries named 'enemies of the Internet' - The Hill (blog)
Wed Mar 17 19:38, 2010 GMT
Zeus botnets' tangled web Researchers at RSA have identified the network framework that endows some of the worlds most notorious botnets with always-on connections that are virtually immune from takedowns.…
Cybercrime's bulletproof hosting exposed
Wed Mar 17 20:50, 2010 GMT
VatorNews Panel Reschedules Google Hearing National Journal (blog) Google has been negotiating with Chinese authorities to see if it is possible for the firm to remain in China if it does not abide by Chinese censorship ... Google in China: A timeline The Week Magazine Reports: Google May Shut Down Chinese Search Engine RTT News Google partners seeking clarity on its plans in China White Hat News The Associated Press  - ITBusiness.ca  - The Guardian all 1,470 news articles »
Panel Reschedules Google Hearing - National Journal (blog)
Wed Mar 17 22:46, 2010 GMT
Should the Google/China spat over censorship start a trade war that puts an end to Chinese-made computers? One international trade lawyer argues that it should: "If China shuts out our Internet companies, we need to shut out their hardware that the Internet runs on." The sentiment comes from Gil Kaplan, a former Commerce Department official who is now in private practice . Writing Tuesday at The ...
After Google dustup, should the US ban Chinese computers? (Ars Technica)
Wed Mar 17 22:27, 2010 GMT
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Thu Mar 18 00:15, 2010 GMT
Beware the new Facebook password reset scam CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... and more »
Beware the new Facebook password reset scam - CNET
Sun Mar 14 04:51, 2010 GMT
Telegraph.co.uk One Analysis of the Google Buzz Mess New York Times (blog) But instead, the company found itself facing a firestorm of angry users and awash in criticism from privacy advocates and bloggers. ... Privacy is Not Dead, Just Evolving PC World Making Sense of Privacy and Publicity The Moderate Voice Microsoft Researcher Chides Google Buzz, Facebook For Privacy Snafus eWeek CNET  - GigaOm (blog)  - Telegraph.co.uk (blog) all 153 news articles »
One Analysis of the Google Buzz Mess - New York Times (blog)
Tue Mar 16 17:53, 2010 GMT
Telegraph.co.uk #SXSW: Don't Worry, Privacy is Alive! (But Tech is Stupid) CMSWire It was such huge news that even if you're not big on Internet life, chances are you're aware that the blogosphere virtually bitch-slapped Google Buzz back ... Google may again try pre-testing for privacy of new buzz features ABH News One Analysis of the Google Buzz Mess New York Times (blog) Making Sense of Privacy and Publicity The Moderate Voice eWeek  - Media Asia  - CNET all 153 news articles »
#SXSW: Don't Worry, Privacy is Alive! (But Tech is Stupid) - CMSWire
Thu Mar 18 02:35, 2010 GMT
The UK is "reasonably well placed to cope" with a large scale cyber attack, a report by a group of peers has said.
UK 'can cope with cyber attack'
Thu Mar 18 10:45, 2010 GMT
The Chinese government's censorship of the internet and text messaging is starting to hurt the development of its own internet businesses, according to the...
Government censorship is hurting Chinese web businesses, says Tencent (Computer Weekly)
Thu Mar 18 11:30, 2010 GMT
NSE launches E-Gold for retail investors Moneycontrol.com National Spot Exchange (NSEL), an electronic spot market promoted by Financial Technologies India (FTIL) and National Agricultural Co-operative Marketing ...
NSE launches E-Gold for retail investors - Moneycontrol.com
Thu Mar 18 16:17, 2010 GMT
Australian Internet Censorship Delayed RecentPoker.com 3/18/10 - The highly controversial and much criticised attempt by Australia's Labour government to introduce a statutary body-controlled blacklist of ...
Australian Internet Censorship Delayed - RecentPoker.com
Thu Mar 18 17:20, 2010 GMT
Public Service Lords Demand NATO, EU Cooperate On Cyber Security eWEEK Europe UK Late last year the New York Times reported that the US was in secret talks with Russia and the United Nations about strengthening Internet security and ... Europe 'vulnerable to cyberattack' The Guardian UK net 'more resilient' than other EU states Register UK a cyber security leader in the EU Public Service SC Magazine UK  - IT PRO all 32 news articles »
Lords Demand NATO, EU Cooperate On Cyber Security - eWEEK Europe UK How far will government go in its escalation of censorship? Kyrgyzstan - How far will government go in its escalation of censorship?"> Kyrgyzstan -
Wed Mar 17 12:04, 2010 GMT
Reporters Without Borders is dismayed by an unprecedented wave of harassment of independent and opposition news media, coinciding with the 5th anniversary of the Tulip Revolution. Coming after a year marked by biased coverage of a presidential election and violence against journalists, it seems to dash any lingering hope of democratisation and confirm that Kyrgyzstan is falling into line with its autocratic central Asian neighbours. The leading independent news websites and the (...)
UK internet security rated among Europe's best - ZDNet UK
Thu Mar 18 20:23, 2010 GMT
A California appeals court ruled this week that threatening posts made by readers of a website are not protected free speech, allowing a case charging the posters with hate crimes and defamation to proceed. The case raises fundamental questions about cyberbullying and the line between online speech and hate crimes. In her dissenting opinion, Judge Frances Rothschild [...]
Court: Cyberbullying Threats Are Not Protected Speech
Thu Mar 18 21:25, 2010 GMT
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Thu Mar 18 22:21, 2010 GMT
Microsoft's Bing is sharpening its knives over Google China's potential exit over the search-engine censorship issue, but so are the aggressive, ambitious companies Baidu, Tencent and Sohu.com
Google China Exit: Microsoft, Baidu, Tencent Seek to Gain (Time Magazine)
Thu Mar 18 23:20, 2010 GMT
BBC News US using Google case to 'act tough' China Daily "China's Internet censorship system is not transparent enough," he said. He said strict censorship is reasonable according to China's own special ... Baidu Buyers Loving The Google Boost Forbes Google China Shutdown Almost Certain InformationWeek Google China partners letter seen as fake San Jose Business Journal Trading Markets (press release)  - BloggingStocks (blog)  - MarketWatch all 101 news articles »
US using Google case to 'act tough' - China Daily
Thu Jan 1 00:00, 1970 GMT
A new report from the FBI says the rate of cybercrime incidents is growing rapidly at a cost of hundreds of millions of dollars a year.
FBI Says Cybercrime Skyrocketing
Wed Mar 17 14:21, 2010 GMT
BBC News Google in China: A timeline The Week Magazine The "Great Firewall of China," a system able to block banned content from being downloaded to Chinese computers, becomes operational. ... Reports: Google May Shut Down Chinese Search Engine RTT News China Issues Another Warning to Google on Enforced Censorship of the Internet New York Times Google's China Exit: When Business and Human Rights Converge Huffington Post (blog) The Guardian  - Wall Street Journal  - White Hat News all 1,657 news articles »
Google in China: A timeline - The Week Magazine
Fri Mar 19 03:22, 2010 GMT
SHANGHAI: US Internet giant Google will close its business in China next month and may announce its plans next week, after rows over censorship and hacking.
Google to leave China April 10 (The New Straits Times)
Fri Mar 19 03:03, 2010 GMT
US Internet giant Google will close its business in China next month and may announce its plans next week, Chinese media reported on Friday, after rows over censorship and hacking.
Google to leave China April 10: state media (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Fri Mar 19 03:55, 2010 GMT
March 19 (Bloomberg) -- Google Inc. would probably be unable to return to China should it withdraw from the market instead of abiding by the country’s censorship laws, a former executive at the company said.
Google China Withdrawal May Be Permanent, Ex-Executive Says (Bloomberg)
Fri Mar 19 03:53, 2010 GMT
US internet giant Google will close its business in China next month and may announce its plans next week, Chinese media reported on Friday, after rows over censorship and hacking.
Google to leave China April 10 (Sky News Australia)
Fri Mar 19 04:01, 2010 GMT
Matt Salmon: Past time to get Goggle out of our closets Providence Journal But absent any real competition, Google will remain unmotivated to discontinue its brazen disregard for users' Internet privacy rights. ... Paging Dr. Google. TIME all 2 news articles »
Matt Salmon: Past time to get Goggle out of our closets - Providence Journal
Fri Mar 19 04:30, 2010 GMT
U.S. Internet giant Google will close its business in China next month and may announce its plans next week, Chinese media reported on Friday, after rows over censorship and hacking.
Report: Google to Shut China Operation in April (Fox News)
Fri Mar 19 05:01, 2010 GMT
US internet giant Google will close its business in China next month, Chinese media reported on Friday, after rows over censorship and hacking.
Google to leave China on April 10 (News Mail)
Fri Mar 19 05:05, 2010 GMT
US internet giant Google will close its business in China next month and may announce its plans next week, Chinese media reported on Friday, after rows over censorship and hacking.
Google set to close down in China: report (Brisbane Times)
Fri Mar 19 07:11, 2010 GMT
Times Online Google May Shut Down China Unit in April, CBN Says BusinessWeek The Chinese government has said it doesn't engage in cyber attacks and is itself a victim of breaches of Internet security . Google's possible withdrawal ... US using Google case to 'act tough' China Daily Google is 'positive force' in China, says Wales Telegraph.co.uk Baidu Buyers Loving The Google Boost Forbes InformationWeek  - San Jose Business Journal  - Trading Markets (press release) all 246 news articles »
Google May Shut Down China Unit in April, CBN Says - BusinessWeek
Fri Mar 19 07:46, 2010 GMT
US Internet giant Google will close its business in China next month and may announce its plans in the coming days, Chinese media reported today, after rows over censorship and hacking.
Google to leave China in April - state media (RTÉ News)
Fri Mar 19 07:50, 2010 GMT
SHANGHAI: US Internet giant Google will close its business in China next month and may announce its plans in the coming days, Chinese media reported on Friday, after rows over censorship and hacking.
Google to leave China on April 10: state media (Channel NewsAsia)
Fri Mar 19 09:26, 2010 GMT
HUA HIN, Thailand - Google seems to be losing its battle with the great red dragon as the People’s Republic has made it very clear that it is not willing to budge an inch on its Internet censorship policies.
Google and the dragon (Asia Times)
Fri Mar 19 10:01, 2010 GMT
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Two months after Google Inc shook the world with its threat to leave China on censorship and hacking concerns, there are increasing signs that an exit is imminent as the two sides refuse to back down.
SCENARIOS - What's next for Google's operations in China? (The Star)
Fri Mar 19 10:03, 2010 GMT
SHANGHAI, March 19 — Two months after Google Inc shook the world with its threat to leave China on censorship and hacking concerns, there are increasing signs that an exit is imminent as the two sides refuse to back down. Google said in January a key condition to staying on in China, the world’s largest Internet market by users, would be an end to rules that require it to self-censor results ...
What’s next for Google’s operations in China? (The Malaysian Insider)
Fri Mar 19 13:50, 2010 GMT
Reported action follows complaints of censorship and cyber-attacks
Chinese Media Say Google to Leave China Next Month (Voice of America)
Fri Mar 19 13:53, 2010 GMT
SHANGHAI: Google will close its business in China next month and may announce its plans as early as Monday, Chinese media reported yesterday, after a protracted argument between the company and the Chinese government over censorship and hacking.
Google may log off in China next month (Sydney Morning Herald)
Fri Mar 19 09:46, 2010 GMT
Silicon.com UK Internet Security Significantly Better Than Rest Of Europe ITProPortal However, the committee expressed concerns that the security loopholes in the cyber infrastructure of other member states could prove to be perilous for the ... UK internet security rated among Europe's best ZDNet UK Lords Demand NATO, EU Cooperate On Cyber Security eWEEK Europe UK Weak states leave EU open to cyberattack NetworkWorld.com Techwatch  - The Guardian  - Public Service all 45 news articles »
UK Internet Security Significantly Better Than Rest Of Europe - ITProPortal
Fri Mar 19 14:06, 2010 GMT
SHANGHAI: Google will close its business in China next month and may announce its plans as early as Monday, Chinese media reported yesterday, after a protracted argument between the company and the Chinese government over censorship and hacking.
Google may log off in China next month (Brisbane Times)
Fri Mar 19 14:15, 2010 GMT
To police the internet China has employed what is regarded by many as the world's most formidable censorship machine. But as ever more Chinese get online, more and more users also understand what it means to jump over the government's "Great Firewall of China".
Chinese learn to leap the 'Great Firewall' (Phayul)
Fri Mar 19 14:51, 2010 GMT
US Internet giant Google will close its business in China next month and may announce its plans in the coming days, Chinese media reported on Friday, after rows over censorship and hacking.
Google to leave China April 10 (Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news)
Fri Mar 19 14:36, 2010 GMT
The Hindu Google Moving Out Of China In April Says Report ITProPortal Search engine behemoth Google is most likely to close shop in the People's republic of China in April, after the company's demand for a censorship free ... Google May Shut Down China Unit in April, CBN Says BusinessWeek Google Readying China Withdrawal Impact Media (blog) US using Google case to 'act tough' China Daily Washington Post  - Telegraph.co.uk  - San Jose Business Journal all 370 news articles »
Google Moving Out Of China In April Says Report - ITProPortal
Fri Mar 19 14:47, 2010 GMT
This week UK lawmakers called for developing global regulation the cyber space which is believed to ensure best security of the European Internet. Apart from creating global regulation a committee of parliament's upper chamber called for creating a common European-wide approach. The absence of any worldwide regulation of the Internet results in a multiple abuses from small-scale theft and identity fraud to espionage and mass attacks that shut down a business or utility. read more
Europe is called to team up with US, Russia and China over global web regulation Does blocking of independent radio station's website herald start of Internet censorship by Algeria? Algeria - Does blocking of independent radio station's website herald start of Internet censorship by Algeria?"> Algeria -
Fri Mar 19 15:10, 2010 GMT
Reporters Without Borders is disturbed to learn that access to the website of the independent news radio station, Radio Kalima-Algérie (www.kalimadz.com), has been completely blocked for the past two days. At the same time, Eutelsat has stopped carrying the station's broadcasts on its Hotbird satellite. “We fear that this act of censorship heralds the start of government control of the Internet in Algeria,” Reporters Without Borders said. “We urge the authorities to explain this blocking, which (...)
EU agrees to act to stop Iran jamming broadcasts, Internet - Africasia
Fri Mar 19 15:37, 2010 GMT
EU nations are determined to take action to end Iran's "unacceptable" jamming of satellite broadcasting and Internet censorship, according to a text agreed by European ambassadors in Brussels.
EU agrees to act to stop Iran jamming internet (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Fri Mar 19 16:00, 2010 GMT
March 19 (Bloomberg) -- European Union nations are determined to take action to stop the jamming of satellite broadcasting and censorship of the Internet by Iran, Agence France-Presse reported, citing a document agreed upon by ambassadors in Brussels.
EU Plans to Stop Iran’s Jamming, Internet Censorship, AFP Says (Bloomberg)
Fri Mar 19 19:29, 2010 GMT
Globe and Mail Neil Seeman: How Internet freedom in China affects your health National Post (blog) The state-run Xinhua news agency has accused Google of "sensationalizing" Chinese Internet censorship and of violating "basic international practices" that ... Google Moving Out Of China In April Says Report ITProPortal Google Readying China Withdrawal Impact Media (blog) US using Google case to 'act tough' China Daily Washington Post  - Telegraph.co.uk  - San Jose Business Journal all 424 news articles »
Neil Seeman: How Internet freedom in China affects your health - National Post (blog)
Fri Mar 19 22:00, 2010 GMT
Report: Vodafone says 3000 phones exposed to virus CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... and more »
Report: Vodafone says 3000 phones exposed to virus - CNET
Thu Jan 1 00:00, 1970 GMT
Prompted by claims of hacking and a policy of censorship, the search giant's battle with the Chinese government may be headed for closure.
Google May Be Set to Depart China Soon
Sat Mar 20 00:28, 2010 GMT
shanghai: US Internet giant Google will close its business in China next month and may announce its plans next week, Chinese media reported yesterday, after rows over censorship and hacking.
Google to leave China on April 10: Report (The Peninsula)
Sat Mar 20 03:24, 2010 GMT
MSN Malaysia News EU ponders action on Iran censorship Financial Times “The EU calls on the Iranian authorities to stop the jamming of satellite broadcasting and internet censorship and to put an end to this electronic ... EU agrees to act to stop Iran jamming broadcasts, Internet Sydney Morning Herald EU Confronts Iran on Satellite Jamming Voice of America US Licenses Firm to Boost Iran Internet Access, Clinton Says BusinessWeek New York Times all 40 news articles »
EU ponders action on Iran censorship - Financial Times
Sat Mar 20 04:41, 2010 GMT
Obama on Saturday pledged to ensure Iranians access to the Internet "without fear of censorship" in a Nowruz, New Year message targeted at the country's civilian population.
Obama reaches out to Iranian people, vows free internet (The Times of India)
Sat Mar 20 04:42, 2010 GMT
US President Barack Obama Saturday pledged to ensure Iranians access to the Internet "without fear of censorship" in a Nowruz, New Year message targeted at the country's civilian population.
Obama reaches out to Iranians in New Year message (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Sat Mar 20 05:09, 2010 GMT
President Barack Obama Saturday subtly shifted US rhetoric on Iran, pledging to ensure Iranians could access the Internet without fear of censorship, and blaming Tehran for isolating itself.
Obama reaches out to Iranian people (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Sat Mar 20 05:53, 2010 GMT
Jakarta Globe Obama renews Iran dialogue offer in Nowruz greeting BBC News He said the Iranian government had "chosen to isolate itself" but that the US still wanted justice and dignity for Iranians, and less internet censorship . ... EU ponders action on Iran censorship Financial Times EU agrees to act to stop Iran jamming broadcasts Press Trust of India Obama Appeals to Iranian People in Internet Video New York Times Reuters  - Voice of America all 223 news articles »
Obama renews Iran dialogue offer in Nowruz greeting - BBC News
Sat Mar 20 05:23, 2010 GMT
President Barack Obama Saturday subtly shifted US rhetoric on Iran, pledging to ensure Iranians could access the Internet without fear of censorship, and blaming Tehran for isolating itself.
Obama reaches out to Iranian people (Sydney Morning Herald)
Sat Mar 20 07:52, 2010 GMT
WASHINGTON - PRESIDENT Barack Obama on Saturday subtly shifted US rhetoric on Iran, pledging to ensure Iranians could access the Internet without fear of censorship, and blaming Teheran for isolating itself.
Obama reaches out to Iranians (Straits Times)
Sat Mar 20 08:33, 2010 GMT
President Barack Obama Saturday subtly shifted US rhetoric on Iran, pledging to ensure Iranians could access the Internet without fear of censorship, and blaming Tehran for isolating itself.
Obama reaches out to Iranian civilians (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Sat Mar 20 10:23, 2010 GMT
U.S. President Barack Obama Saturday pledged to ensure Iranians could access the Internet without fear of censorship, and blamed Tehran for isolating itself. Obama used his annual Nowruz, New Year's message to keep the door to dialogue open, but also spoke directly to the Iranians.
Obama: Iran isolating itself (Al Bawaba)
Sat Mar 20 10:30, 2010 GMT
U.S. President Barack Obama Saturday pledged to ensure Iranians could access the Internet without fear of censorship, and blamed Tehran for isolating itself. Obama used his annual Nowruz, New Year's message to keep the door to dialogue open, but also spoke directly to the Iranians.
Posted: 20-03-2010 , 10:18 GMT (Al Bawaba)
Sat Mar 20 10:33, 2010 GMT
SHANGHAI – US Internet giant Google will close its business in China next month and may announce its plans in the coming days, Chinese media reported on Friday, after rows over censorship and hacking.
Google to leave China April 10 (Malaysian Mirror)
Sat Mar 20 19:14, 2010 GMT
eCreditDaily.com Twitter, Facebook Warn Users of Email Password Scams eCreditDaily.com “Remember that Facebook will never send you a new password in an attachment,” said the post on Facebook's security page. McAfee's Security Insights Blog ... Facebook, Twitter make privacy a thing of the past Economic Times Don't Blame Facebook for the Erosion of Online Privacy Atlantic Online all 3 news articles »
Twitter, Facebook Warn Users of Email Password Scams - eCreditDaily.com
Sat Mar 20 18:43, 2010 GMT
MCX arm offers gold in demat form Hindu Business Line From paper gold (a receipt of physical gold) to e-gold , the avenue for investment in gold seems to be getting better with every passing day. ...
MCX arm offers gold in demat form - Hindu Business Line
Sat Mar 20 20:11, 2010 GMT
Reuters Google to Close Search Operations In China on April 10 Redmond Pie The Chinese government had already warned the US based search giant that it was not prepared to compromise on Internet censorship with Google in China. ... Google Moving Out Of China In April Says Report ITProPortal US using Google case to 'act tough' China Daily Neil Seeman: How Internet freedom in China affects your health National Post (blog) Telegraph.co.uk  - Impact Media (blog)  - Oneindia all 514 news articles »
Google to Close Search Operations In China on April 10 - Redmond Pie
Sun Mar 21 00:05, 2010 GMT
Austin Heap: how I helped Iran's citizens to beat the censor The Guardian Then I realised that the internet censorship had stepped up more than normal. I thought, hey, I can set up a few proxies and help a few people out. ...
Austin Heap: how I helped Iran's citizens to beat the censor - The Guardian
Sun Mar 21 01:56, 2010 GMT
Many fear setback for freedom of expression if Internet giant pulls out of nation over censorship.
Chinese view Google as liberator (Washington Post)
Sun Mar 21 01:43, 2010 GMT
US Internet giant Google will close its business in China next month and may announce its plans in the coming days, Chinese media reported on Friday, after rows over censorship and hacking.
Eastday-Google to exit next month, report says (Eastday.com)
Sun Mar 21 09:20, 2010 GMT
Telegraph.co.uk China state media accuses Google of political agenda Reuters In a commentary signed by three Xinhua writers, the state news agency also sought to defend the government's Internet censorship , which Google has cited as ... Google to Close Search Operations In China on April 10 Redmond Pie Google Moving Out Of China In April Says Report ITProPortal US using Google case to 'act tough' China Daily National Post (blog)  - Telegraph.co.uk  - Impact Media (blog) all 565 news articles »
China state media accuses Google of political agenda - Reuters
Sun Mar 21 12:12, 2010 GMT
State media lashed out at Google over the weekend with editorials accusing the search giant of helping forces abroad attack China and its laws, while calling efforts to pressure the country over its Internet censorship "ridiculous."
Chinese media say Google is politicizing dispute (AP via Yahoo! Finance)
Sun Mar 21 04:56, 2010 GMT
Social networking companies like Facebook and Twitter may be masters of the digital universe, but their future growth is imperiled by increasingly aggressive censorship overseas in authoritarian countries such as China, Iran and Saudi Arabia.
Web 2.0 companies likely to face tough battle to expand into China (San Jose Mercury News)
Sun Mar 21 17:49, 2010 GMT
Reuters China denounces Google 'US ties' BBC News The attack comes as Google prepares to announce whether it will pull out of China because of internet censorship there. Google's market share lags behind ... Chinese media say Google is politicizing dispute BusinessWeek China state media accuses Google of political agenda Reuters Google to leave China by end of month Variety Washington Post  - San Jose Mercury News  - The Business Insider all 62 news articles »
China denounces Google 'US ties' - BBC News
Sun Mar 21 19:04, 2010 GMT
March 21 (Bloomberg) -- Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said that his supporters must wage an Internet battle against false news and calls to overthrow his government as he denied seeking to eliminate or increase censorship.
Chavez Says Allies Must Wage ‘Internet War,’ Denies Censorship (Bloomberg)
Sun Mar 21 19:15, 2010 GMT
CARACAS (Reuters) - President Hugo Chavez denied on Sunday that he planned to censor or limit the Internet in Venezuela, saying on the contrary Web use had shot up more than nine fold during his decade in power.
Venezuela's Chavez: "I'm pro-Internet"
Sun Mar 21 22:30, 2010 GMT
PALO ALTO, Calif., March 21 (UPI) -- Censorship in China, Iran and Saudi Arabia and other countries threatens the growth of social networking companies like Facebook and Twitter, experts say.
Web censorship expanding in some countries (UPI)
Sun Mar 21 22:26, 2010 GMT
Aljazeera.net Ayatollah Ali Khamenei rejects new Obama offer of dialogue as a 'plot' Times Online "The EU calls on the Iranian authorities to stop the jamming of satellite broadcasting and internet censorship and to put an end to this electronic ... Iranian leader accuses US of plotting against Iran BBC News Obama sends Iran internet message Aljazeera.net Obama appeals to Iranians in Internet video marking Nowruz NECN Hamsayeh.Net all 1,065 news articles »
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei rejects new Obama offer of dialogue as a 'plot' - Times Online
Sun Mar 21 22:43, 2010 GMT
Reuters Chinese media slam Google as 'political' CNET Tensions between the two countries also escalated after US Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton formally denounced Internet censorship in a speech. ... Chinese media say Google is politicizing dispute BusinessWeek China denounces Google 'US ties' BBC News China state media accuses Google of political agenda Reuters Variety  - TransWorldNews (press release)  - RIA Novosti all 95 news articles »
Chinese media slam Google as 'political' - CNET
Mon Mar 22 00:15, 2010 GMT
After weeks of doubt over whether Google would stay or go, the web giant now looks ready to close its China website, google.cn, over web censorship. After a blog posting this year suggested that the company was to reconsider how it did business in China, reports over the weekend suggested that the company could announce the closure of google.cn as early as today. And that news has sparked a rash ...
Google set to pull out of China over censorship (Independent)
Mon Mar 22 00:48, 2010 GMT
Nepal News Internet censorship rules creating problems for social sites Nepal News The named governments regard Internet information as a high security priority, because of the political content which can be transmitted. ...
Internet censorship rules creating problems for social sites - Nepal News
Sun Mar 21 02:09, 2010 GMT
A set of Chinese government censorship guidelines recently leaked to the Internet provides a rare and intimate window into the thinking of propaganda officials.
What Chinese Censors Don’t Want You to Know (New York Times)
Mon Mar 22 07:11, 2010 GMT
Censorship in China, Iran and Saudi Arabia and other countries threatens the growth of social networking companies like Facebook and Twitter, experts say.
Web Censorship Expanding In Some Countries (OfficialWire)
Mon Mar 22 08:27, 2010 GMT
MSN Malaysia News EU to move against Iran satellite, internet censorship EUobserver.com The bloc will call on Tehran to cease such jamming and internet censorship "immediately". If Iran does not respond, the EU "is determined to pursue these ... EU ponders action on Iran censorship Financial Times EU agrees to act to stop Iran jamming broadcasts Press Trust of India EU plans to "put an end" to Iran's satellite jamming Montreal Gazette National  - Los Angeles Times (blog) all 49 news articles »
EU to move against Iran satellite, internet censorship - EUobserver.com
Mon Mar 22 09:21, 2010 GMT
Since Google's first announcement on Jan 13, 2010, that it was considering retreating from China, it has garnered worldwide attention. Google claimed its decision was a response to the Chinese government's censorship and hackers'attacks from China.
What is behind Google farce? (China Daily)
Mon Mar 22 09:11, 2010 GMT
Google will close its business in China next month, the China Business News reported on Friday, for its alleged reasons of China's stringent censorship and the hacking of Gmail accounts.
Google's excuse about censorship unacceptable, netizens say (China Daily)
Mon Mar 22 09:48, 2010 GMT
EU challenges Iranian state censorship Africasia Europe "calls on the Iranian authorities to stop the jamming of satellite broadcasting and Internet censorship and to put an end to this electronic ...
EU challenges Iranian state censorship - Africasia
Mon Mar 22 10:04, 2010 GMT
European Union calls on Iran to stop jamming of satellite broadcasting, Internet censorship.
EU ministers slam 'unacceptable' Iranian censorship (Middle East Online)
Mon Mar 22 10:05, 2010 GMT
Reuters China: Google is political and cultural imperialist Computerworld (blog) I like Google's stand against Internet censorship but its pullout from China is becoming very messy and could have repercussions beyond China. ... Chinese media warns Google not to 'politicize' row MarketWatch Google's excuse about censorship unacceptable, netizens say China Daily Chinese media say Google is politicizing dispute BusinessWeek BBC News  - CNET  - Reuters all 223 news articles »
China: Google is political and cultural imperialist - Computerworld (blog)
Mon Mar 22 10:18, 2010 GMT
As it became known Sunday, China's state media accused Google of pushing a political agenda by "groundlessly accusing the Chinese government" of supporting hacker attacks and by trying to export its own culture, values and ideas. The state news agency was also seeking to defend the government's Internet censorship, which Google has cited as one reason company may quit China. read more
Chinese government defends country from Google’s culture, values and ideas
Mon Mar 22 10:28, 2010 GMT
European foreign ministers on Monday demanded an "end" to Iranian state censorship, warning they are ready to act on the "unacceptable" jamming of satellite broadcasts and Internet controls.
EU demands 'end' to Iranian state censorship (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Mon Mar 22 11:00, 2010 GMT
Distrust of government data collection, coupled with privacy and security concerns, give rise to concerns about the 2010 census.
Census questions raise privacy, security fears
Mon Mar 22 11:23, 2010 GMT
EU Calls On Tehran to End Iranian State Censorship RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty The Islamic regime has jammed foreign satellite broadcasts into the country, while access to the Internet for Iranian citizens has also been affected.
EU Calls On Tehran to End Iranian State Censorship - RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty
Mon Mar 22 11:36, 2010 GMT
BBC News Google Accused Of Political Agenda In China Row RedOrbit The Chinese government's Internet censorship , which Google has said is one of the main reasons the company may quit China, has been defended by China's ... Chinese media warns Google not to 'politicize' row MarketWatch China: Google is political and cultural imperialist Computerworld (blog) Google's excuse about censorship unacceptable, netizens say China Daily BusinessWeek  - BBC News  - CNET all 297 news articles »
Google Accused Of Political Agenda In China Row - RedOrbit
Mon Mar 22 12:29, 2010 GMT
Zeus Malware Now Better for Attackers SPAMfighter News In the secret world of cyber-criminals, scammers frequently make crimeware purchases via Web Money or Western Union, the specialists added. ...
Zeus Malware Now Better for Attackers - SPAMfighter News
Mon Mar 22 12:39, 2010 GMT
Reuters Google move on China awaited this week San Jose Business Journal The announcement triggered an international debate over Internet censorship and espionage. China has strongly denied any involvement. Chinese media warns Google not to 'politicize' row MarketWatch China: Google is political and cultural imperialist Computerworld (blog) Google's excuse about censorship unacceptable, netizens say China Daily RedOrbit  - BusinessWeek  - BBC News all 329 news articles »
Google move on China awaited this week - San Jose Business Journal
Mon Mar 22 14:24, 2010 GMT
BBC News Was Google's China Experiment Worth It? The AtlanticWire (blog) The Chinese government is concerned that without Internet censorship , there will be instability in its society. Yet Google makes those demands, ... Chinese media warns Google not to 'politicize' row MarketWatch China: Google is political and cultural imperialist Computerworld (blog) Google looks set to close its China website Irish Times China Daily  - RedOrbit  - San Jose Business Journal all 560 news articles »
Was Google's China Experiment Worth It? - The AtlanticWire (blog)
Mon Mar 22 14:56, 2010 GMT
Chinese state media denounced Google Inc. over the weekend, calling it a pawn of the U.S. government at a time when the Internet giant is deciding whether to shutter its Chinese search engine in protest over censorship policies and sophisticated cyberattacks...
China calls Google a pawn of U.S. government (San Francisco Chronicle)
Mon Mar 22 15:08, 2010 GMT
The Federal Bureau of Investigation released its another report on the top Internet scams of 2009. read more
Popular Internet scams of 2009
Mon Mar 22 12:26, 2010 GMT
FOXNews Study: DC area 3rd riskiest for cybercrime Washington Times An obvious preventative measure is to use the latest in Internet security software and up-to-date versions of your computer's operating system and Internet ... What's the Riskiest City for Web Surfing? FOXNews Seattle, Boston top list of riskiest cyber crime cities in US Los Angeles Times (blog) Burlington is Canada's riskiest online city, study says Toronto Star Honolulu Star-Bulletin  - CNNMoney.com (press release) all 26 news articles »
Study: DC area 3rd riskiest for cybercrime - Washington Times
Mon Mar 22 16:22, 2010 GMT
Google has said it could abandon China over cyberattacks and Web censorship from the Chinese government. What will this battle for internet freedom mean for other companies like Twitter who want a presence in undemocratic countries?
Google may leave world's largest online market (Minnesota Public Radio)
Mon Mar 22 16:54, 2010 GMT
Seattle tops the list as the riskiest city in the United States for cybercrime among 50 examined for a new report by Symantec.
Norton ranks riskiest cities for cybercrime
Mon Mar 22 17:49, 2010 GMT
Of cookies & internet privacy mydigitalfc.com In an article titled 'The Internet and Privacy Legislation: Cookies for a Treat' Viktor Mayer-Schonberger says: “The cookie is stored in the user's computer ...
Of cookies & internet privacy - mydigitalfc.com
Mon Mar 22 17:00, 2010 GMT
European Union Says Iran Must Stop Jamming Internet, Satellite Broadcasts Immediately
EU Warns Iran on Censorship (CBS News)
Mon Mar 22 18:40, 2010 GMT
The United States said there were "strong indications" that US Internet giant Google would make an announcement later Monday on whether to remain in China after rows over censorship and hacking.
Google likely to announce China decision Monday: US (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Mon Mar 22 18:33, 2010 GMT
EU foreign ministers on Monday vowed to "act" against the Iranian state's unacceptable jamming of satellite broadcasts and Internet controls, showing the bloc's increasing impatience with Tehran.
EU ministers vow to act against Iranian media censorship (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Mon Mar 22 19:20, 2010 GMT
EU foreign ministers have vowed to "act" against the Iranian state's unacceptable jamming of satellite broadcasts and internet controls.
EU vows to act on Iranian censorship (Brisbane Times)
Mon Mar 22 19:13, 2010 GMT
Google Inc. will shift its search engine for China off the mainland but won't shut it down altogether, and it will maintain other operations in the country. It's an attempt to balance its stance against censorship with its desire to profit from an explosively growing Internet market.
Google tries a route around Chinese Web censorship (AP via Yahoo! News)
Mon Mar 22 19:16, 2010 GMT
BBC News EU vows to act on Iranian censorship Sydney Morning Herald Europe "calls on the Iranian authorities to stop the jamming of satellite broadcasting and internet censorship and to put an end to this electronic ... EU to move against Iran satellite, internet censorship EUobserver.com EU Foreign Ministers Call On Iran To End Broadcast Jamming RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty EU Urges Iran To Stop Jamming News Broadcast RTT News all 195 news articles »
EU vows to act on Iranian censorship - Sydney Morning Herald
Mon Mar 22 19:52, 2010 GMT
Google tries to route users around Chinese censors Los Angeles Times It cited increased restrictions on Internet freedom and a series of attempts to hack its systems from within China. Foreign companies rarely publicly ...
Google tries to route users around Chinese censors - Los Angeles Times
Mon Mar 22 19:44, 2010 GMT
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Google Inc said visitors to its China search engine Google.cn are being redirected to the Hong Kong-based google.com.hk, following unsuccessful talks with the Chinese government about operating an uncensored search engine in the country.
Google moves China search service to Hong Kong
Mon Mar 22 19:48, 2010 GMT
Associated Press | Google Inc. will shift its search engine for China off the mainland but won't shut it down, and it will maintain other operations in the country. It's an attempt to balance its stance against censorship with its desire to profit from an explosively growing Internet market.
Google to try way around China censorship (Chicago Tribune)
Mon Mar 22 19:46, 2010 GMT
Google Inc. will shift its search engine for China off the mainland but will not shut it down altogether, and it will maintain other operations in the country.
Google tries a route around Chinese internet censorship (3news)
Mon Mar 22 19:28, 2010 GMT
SAN FRANCISCO — Google Inc. will shift its search engine for China off the mainland and maintain other operations in the country. It's an attempt to balance its stance against censorship with its desire to profit from an explosively growing Internet market. The compromise announced Monday resolves a 2½-month...
Google reroutes users around Chinese Web censorship (New York Post)
Mon Mar 22 19:08, 2010 GMT
Visitors seeking the Chinese-language version of Google's search engine hosted in China are being redirected to a Hong Kong site, and censorship warnings have been removed ahead of Google's expected announcement regarding its future in China.
Google redirects Google.cn to Hong Kong site
Mon Mar 22 19:16, 2010 GMT
Google will keep some employees in China but will shut down its Google.cn site and offer uncensored Chinese-language search from Hong Kong in resolving its dispute with the Chinese government.
Google moves Chinese search to Hong Kong
Mon Mar 22 20:01, 2010 GMT
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Malware delivered by Yahoo, Fox, Google ads - CNET
Mon Mar 22 19:33, 2010 GMT
Google says it has stopped censoring its search results in China, setting itself up for a confrontation with the country's authorities.
Google stops censoring in China
Mon Mar 22 03:32, 2010 GMT
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Three arms of cyber security being introduced - Channel News Asia
Mon Mar 22 20:45, 2010 GMT
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Seattle is the most dangerous place in cyberspace - CrunchGear (blog)
Mon Mar 22 20:58, 2010 GMT
Google Inc. stopped censoring the Internet for China by shifting its search engine off the mainland Monday but said it will maintain other operations in the country. The maneuver attempts to balance Google's disdain for China's Internet rules with its desire to profit from an explosively growing market.
Google ends China censorship with Hong Kong shift (AP via Yahoo! News)
Mon Mar 22 19:03, 2010 GMT
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Google shifts China Web search to Hong Kong to end its censorship while staying in the country (Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune)
Mon Mar 22 20:37, 2010 GMT
Google Inc. will shift its search engine for China off the mainland and maintain other operations in the country. It's an attempt to balance its stance against censorship with its desire to profit from an explosively growing Internet market.
Google Tries A Route Around Chinese Censorship (CBS 5 Bay Area)
Mon Mar 22 21:54, 2010 GMT
Biz Break: Google compromise moves search out of mainland China San Jose Mercury News After more than two months of an impasse over Internet censorship , Google moved its Chinese search site to Hong Kong and stopped censoring searches. ...
Biz Break: Google compromise moves search out of mainland China - San Jose Mercury News
Mon Mar 22 21:46, 2010 GMT
Globe and Mail Google ends its China censoring in Hong Kong shift Atlanta Journal Constitution It's an attempt to balance its stance against censorship with its desire to profit from an explosively growing Internet market. ... Google moves Chinese search to Hong Kong CNET Google tries to route users around Chinese censors Los Angeles Times Google Tries a Route Around Chinese Web Censorship ABC News Financial Times  - MarketWatch  - Datamation all 1,580 news articles »
Google ends its China censoring in Hong Kong shift - Atlanta Journal Constitution
Mon Mar 22 21:32, 2010 GMT
Warns Chinese may block 'entirely legal' move Google has shut down its Chinese search engine, Google.cn, and is now redirecting site visitors to its Hong Kong-based engine, Google.com.hk, where it will provide uncensored search results in simplified Chinese designed specifically for users in mainland China.… Web threats: Why conventional protection doesn't work
Google redirects China to uncensored Hong Kong servers
Mon Mar 22 21:14, 2010 GMT
Google said it would close its Web site based in mainland China and direct Chinese users to a Hong Kong-based uncensored version of its service.
Google Shuts China Site in Dispute Over Censorship (New York Times)
Mon Mar 22 22:20, 2010 GMT
China said on Tuesday that Google Inc had violated a "written promise" and was "totally wrong" to end censorship of its Chinese-language search portal, signaling a tough line over the Internet dispute.
China says Google "totally wrong" on censoring move (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
Mon Mar 22 21:13, 2010 GMT
Internet titan Google stopped censoring its search engine in China on Monday in a move that was hailed by rights groups but risks angering the Chinese authorities.
Google lifts censorship of Chinese search engine (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Mon Mar 22 22:42, 2010 GMT
Just over two months after threatening to leave China because of censorship and intrusions by Chinese hackers, Google said that it is closing its China-based Internet search service and instead direct Chinese users to a Hong Kong-based uncensored version of its search engine, which may get blocked in mainland China.
Google Shuts China Site In Dispute Over Censorship (Free Internet Press)
Mon Mar 22 22:47, 2010 GMT
Google's decision to stop Internet censorship of search results in China puts a global spotlight on China, online free speech activists say.
Google ends Internet censorship, dares China to make next move (The Christian Science Monitor) Google stops censoring search-engine's Chinese version in bold move that other Internet companies must follow United States - Google stops censoring search-engine's Chinese version in bold move that other Internet companies must follow"> United States -
Mon Mar 22 22:10, 2010 GMT
US Internet giant Google announced today that it has stopped censoring its search engine's Chinese version, Google.cn, and is redirecting its mainland China users to its Hong Kong-based search engine Google.com.hk, where uncensored search results are available in simplified Chinese characters. “The Chinese authorities have chosen to censor rather than open up their Internet,” Reporters Without Borders said. “We can only deplore the fact that the world's biggest search engine has been forced to (...)
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Mon Mar 22 21:42, 2010 GMT
Telegraph.co.uk Interview: Sergey Brin on Google's China Gambit New York Times (blog) Google's actions, he said, may play a long-run role in easing Internet censorship in China. ”Our hope is there is progress and a more open Internet in China ... Google moves Chinese search to Hong Kong CNET Google tries to route users around Chinese censors Los Angeles Times Biz Break: Google compromise moves search out of mainland China San Jose Mercury News Financial Times  - Fortune (blog)  - Datamation all 1,747 news articles »
Interview: Sergey Brin on Google's China Gambit - New York Times (blog)
Mon Mar 22 23:53, 2010 GMT
Google has stopped censoring its search services in China following the identification of alleged cyber attacks at the start of the year, and has started to redirect users to servers based in Hong Kong.
Google stops censorship in China and moves to Hong Kong (Media Week Online)
Mon Mar 22 23:45, 2010 GMT
A senior Chinese Internet official accused Google Inc. Tuesday of breaking a promise by lifting censorship on its search engine, according to comments carried by state media.
Chinese Internet official: Google broke promise (Market Watch)
Mon Mar 22 23:36, 2010 GMT
SAN FRANCISCO — Google Inc. stopped censoring the Internet for China by shifting its search engine off the mainland today but said it will maintain other operations in the country.
Google ends Internet censorship in China (Cape Cod Times)
Mon Mar 22 23:50, 2010 GMT
Reuters Chinese state media accuse Google of violating promises by stopping Internet ... Gaea Times (blog) July 2nd, 2009 SHANGHAI - Under the controversial Green Dam computer program, China has already installed censorship software in over half-a-million ... State Dept: Google China announcement likely Reuters all 121 news articles »
Chinese state media accuse Google of violating promises by stopping Internet ... - Gaea Times (blog)
Tue Mar 23 00:33, 2010 GMT
Zimbabwe Star EU Calls for Iran to Halt Internet Censorship , Jamming Voice of America And we remain very concerned to ensure the Security Council debate is able to take forward the issues more broadly of what needs to happen next. ... EU vows to act on Iranian censorship Sydney Morning Herald EU to move against Iran satellite, internet censorship EUobserver.com EU Foreign Ministers Call On Iran To End Broadcast Jamming RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty RTT News all 247 news articles »
EU Calls for Iran to Halt Internet Censorship, Jamming - Voice of America
Tue Mar 23 00:51, 2010 GMT
Globe and Mail Google shuts down search engine operation in China Victoria Advocate SAN FRANCISCO - With negotiations over censorship at an impasse, Google Inc. shut down its search engine operation in ... Interview: Sergey Brin on Google's China Gambit New York Times (blog) Google moves Chinese search to Hong Kong CNET Google tries to route users around Chinese censors Los Angeles Times San Jose Mercury News  - Financial Times  - Fortune (blog) all 2,057 news articles »
Google shuts down search engine operation in China - Victoria Advocate
Tue Mar 23 01:09, 2010 GMT
Google has decided to close its Internet search service based in inland China over censorship concerns and will direct Chinese users to a Hong Kong-based uncensored version of its search engine.
Google shuts search service in inland China over censorship (Russian Information Agency Novosti)
Tue Mar 23 01:22, 2010 GMT
Reuters Will Google's China move set a new tone? MarketWatch US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has previously described China's Internet censorship policies as self-defeating. "It's an amazing game of chess right ... Interview: Sergey Brin on Google's China Gambit New York Times (blog) Google tries to route users around Chinese censors Los Angeles Times Google moves Chinese search to Hong Kong CNET San Jose Mercury News  - Financial Times  - Fortune (blog) all 2,129 news articles »
Will Google's China move set a new tone? - MarketWatch
Tue Mar 23 02:17, 2010 GMT
March 23 (Bloomberg) -- Google Inc. is “totally wrong” in stopping censorship of its Chinese-language search results and blaming China for “alleged hacker attacks,” Xinhua News Agency reported, citing an unidentified government official.
Google ‘Totally Wrong’ on China Censorship Halt, Xinhua Reports (Bloomberg)
Tue Mar 23 03:52, 2010 GMT
Google Stops Self- Censorship in Defiance of China's Government BusinessWeek The government's Internet censorship system has been dubbed “The Great Firewall of China.” “It's very likely that Google.com.hk will be blocked at least as ...
Google Stops Self-Censorship in Defiance of China's Government - BusinessWeek
Tue Mar 23 04:24, 2010 GMT
Google has decided to close its Internet search service based in inland China over censorship concerns and will direct Chinese users to a Hong Kong-based uncensored version of its search engine.
Row between Google and Chinese authorities (Russian Information Agency Novosti)
Tue Mar 23 04:29, 2010 GMT
SAN FRANCISCO -- Google Inc. will shift its search engine for China off the mainland but won't shut it down altogether and will maintain other operations in the country. The maneuver attempts to balance Google's disdain for China's Internet censorship rules with its desire to profit from an explo...
Google tries to get around China's censorship rules (The Post and Courier)
Tue Mar 23 04:50, 2010 GMT
Australia's biggest technology companies, communications academics and many lobby groups have delivered a withering critique of the Government's plans to censor the internet.
Conroy's internet censorship agenda slammed by tech giants (Brisbane Times)
Tue Mar 23 05:27, 2010 GMT
March 23 (Bloomberg) -- Google Inc. defied China’s self- censorship rules by redirecting mainland Chinese users to an unfiltered Hong Kong Web site, threatening its ability to operate in the world’s largest Internet market.
Google Ends Self-Censorship, Defies China Government (Update1) (Bloomberg)
Tue Mar 23 06:16, 2010 GMT
In line with its promises and threats Google at last took a strict and bold action by ceasing the censorship of its search results for Chinese users. The company has closed its mainland Chinese-language portal and began rerouting searches to an uncensored Hong Kong-based site. The reaction of the Chinese government was immediate. "Google has violated the written promise it made on entering the Chinese market," said an unnamed official from China's State Council Information Office, which helps oversee Internet rules, according to the Xinhua news agency. read more
Google stopped censoring search results and started the war in China
Tue Mar 23 06:54, 2010 GMT
Google Searches for Tiananmen, Hu's Son Still Blocked in China Bloomberg The government will likely block access through its Internet censorship system dubbed “The Great Firewall,” said Rebecca MacKinnon, a visiting scholar at ... and more »
Google Searches for Tiananmen, Hu's Son Still Blocked in China - Bloomberg
Tue Mar 23 06:49, 2010 GMT
PC World Regina ranked halfway in cyber security Regina Leader-Post Hargrove also advised users to watch for fraudulent Internet security software sites that say they've found malware on your computer and suggest you buy ... Seattle is the most dangerous place in cyberspace CrunchGear (blog) Study: DC area 3rd riskiest for cybercrime Washington Times The Norton Top 10 Riskiest Online Cities Report Reveals Who in Canada is Most ... FOXBusiness FOXNews  - Seattle Post Intelligencer (blog)  - PC World all 152 news articles »
Regina ranked halfway in cyber security - Regina Leader-Post
Tue Mar 23 07:23, 2010 GMT
China says Google's decision to stop censoring search results is "totally wrong" and violates a promise to abide by Chinese laws.
China slams Google censorship move
Tue Mar 23 07:00, 2010 GMT
A security company Symantec has published a list of the 50 American cities most vulnerable to cyberattacks. The report ranked Seattle at the top, followed by Boston, Washington, D.C., San Francisco, and Raleigh. Atlanta, Minneapolis, Denver, Austin, and Portland round out Symantec's top 10 riskiest locations. It does not mean that those cities are now dangerous to live and people should fear walking along the streets, it is more about the availability of tech factors that make these locations a convenient place for cyber crooks to defraud people. read more
Top 50 Cities in the United States with the highest risk of cyber attacks
Tue Mar 23 07:53, 2010 GMT
Iran should stop jamming TV, radio satellite broadcasting and the Internet, EU foreign ministers said yesterday (22 March). The possibility of retaliating by preventing Iran from broadcasting on European territory was rejected, however, with ministers declaring that the EU is against censorship.
EU tells Iran to stop high-tech censorship (EurActiv)
Tue Mar 23 07:59, 2010 GMT
China condemns Google for its decision to lift internet censorship by shutting its mainland Chinese website and rerouting searches to Hong Kong.
China attacks Google for lifting censorship (Channel 4)
Tue Mar 23 08:40, 2010 GMT
China Defends Censorship , Plays Down Google Harm on US Ties PC World China defended its Internet censorship rules and played down any effect on China-US ties after Google started redirecting Chinese users to an uncensored ... Google China Redirected to Uncensored HK Site Techtree.com Billionaire Li's Tom Online Ends Google China Deal BusinessWeek all 3 news articles »
China Defends Censorship, Plays Down Google Harm on US Ties - PC World
Tue Mar 23 08:56, 2010 GMT
IDG News Service - China defended its Internet censorship rules and played down any effect on China-U.S. ties after Google started redirecting Chinese users to an uncensored version of its search engine.
China defends censorship, plays down Google harm on US ties (Computerworld)
Tue Mar 23 08:56, 2010 GMT
Broke written promise The Chinese government has reacted angrily to Google's decision to stop censoring search engine results in the country.… What is your recession sales strategy?
Google accused over China censorship
Tue Mar 23 09:25, 2010 GMT
Google has pleased internet freedom advocates, but angered Chinese authorities and drawn only muted support from the US government by halting censorship of search results in China.
Google halts censorship in China (Computer Weekly)
Tue Mar 23 09:30, 2010 GMT
Cracks in Great Chinese Firewall, even without Google Reuters People outside China who have read about Internet censorship -- thrown into the spotlight by Google's (GOOG.O) decision on Monday to close its mainland ...
Cracks in Great Chinese Firewall, even without Google - Reuters
Tue Mar 23 10:49, 2010 GMT
SAN FRANCISCO — Just over two months after threatening to leave China because of censorship and intrusions from hackers, Google yesterday closed its Internet search service there and began directing users in that country to its uncensored search engine in Hong Kong.
Google ends censoring of Internet in China (Boston Globe)
Tue Mar 23 10:52, 2010 GMT
Telegraph.co.uk Google's action angers China, divides Web users Atlanta Journal Constitution He Xinliang, an employee at an Internet security company in China's western city of Xi'an, first realized something had changed when clicked on google.cn ... Will Google's China move set a new tone? MarketWatch China Defends Censorship , Plays Down Google Harm on US Ties PC World Google Searches for Tiananmen, Hu's Son Still Blocked in China BusinessWeek Reuters  - New York Times (blog)  - Channel 4 News all 2,994 news articles »
Google's action angers China, divides Web users - Atlanta Journal Constitution
Tue Mar 23 11:04, 2010 GMT
THEY'RE CENSORING THE INTERNoh, they're not Sky broadband has blamed network problems, not censorship, for customers's inability to get onto RapidShare and other sites, mostly related to file sharing.… Case Study: WhatsUp keeps Legoland turnstyles ringing
Sky blames network problems for site blocking
Tue Mar 23 11:25, 2010 GMT
The Malaysian Insider China Defends Its Internet Censorship Policies Voice of America China is defending its Internet censorship policies, less than a day after US Internet company Google moved its China-based search engine to Hong Kong. ... Cracks in Great Chinese Firewall, even without Google Reuters all 17 news articles »
China Defends Its Internet Censorship Policies - Voice of America
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Boston and Seattle head Symantec's list in a study that ranked the 50 largest U.S. cities for risk of cybercrime.
Riskiest Cities for Cybersecurity Surprises
Tue Mar 23 12:16, 2010 GMT
Internet giant Google led high-profile criticism of Australia's controversial plan to filter the Internet Tuesday, saying it went too far and could set a dangerous precedent.
Google criticises Australia on internet filter plan (AFP via Yahoo! News)
Tue Mar 23 12:11, 2010 GMT
March 23 (Bloomberg) -- Google Inc. partners in China are likely to follow billionaire Li Ka-shing ’s lead and cut links with the U.S. Internet company after it defied the nation’s self-censorship rules.
Google Partners Likely to Sever Links Over China Censorship Row (Bloomberg)
Tue Mar 23 12:38, 2010 GMT
LONDON - Google has stopped censoring its search services in China following the identification of alleged cyber attacks at the start of the year, and has started to redirect users to servers based in Hong Kong.
Google ends censorship in China and shifts to Hong Kong (Media Week Online)
Tue Mar 23 13:22, 2010 GMT
Google switches its tactics on China Web censorship Daily News Tribune The maneuver attempts to balance Google's disdain for China's Internet censorship rules with its desire to profit from an explosively growing market. ... Billionaire Li's Tom Online Ends Google China Deal BusinessWeek Internet Firm In China Stops Using Google WFMZ Allentown all 2 news articles »
Google switches its tactics on China Web censorship - Daily News Tribune
Tue Mar 23 13:06, 2010 GMT
U.S. stock futures edge lower amid housing focus MarketWatch Google Inc.'s decision to brazenly challenge Internet censorship laws in China may encourage other firms doing business in the Middle Kingdom to adopt a ... and more »
U.S. stock futures edge lower amid housing focus - MarketWatch
Tue Mar 23 14:44, 2010 GMT
Google makes good on its promise to stop censoring search in China, the Kindle will be on the iPad after all, and Nintendo is creating a handheld game device that features 3D.
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Tue Mar 23 14:44, 2010 GMT
By opposing Internet censorship, Google has now stood up to China on a basic freedom. Obama must do the same and tag China as a currency manipulator.
Google and China: What Obama can learn (The Christian Science Monitor)
Mon Mar 22 19:29, 2010 GMT
7.30pm: What does that actually mean for users in China? Well, for starters the Hong Kong service seems totally uncensored. I've just gone to google.com.hk and looked up 六四事件 - June 4th incident, as the Tiananmen Square massacre is referred to. The first result is this Wikipedia entry , which prominently features a picture of the famous "tank man" confronting a column of soldiers holding only a ...
Google shuts down Chinese site and halts censorship (Guardian Unlimited)
Tue Mar 23 15:47, 2010 GMT
The Hindu Google, Yahoo Object to Australia's Plan for Internet Filtering Wall Street Journal (blog) Google and other tech giants are making waves today over Internet censorship in a place people might not expect — Australia. ... Google takes China-buffed halo to Oz Register Google spots holes in internet filter plans Sydney Morning Herald Google, Yahoo, Microsoft fire back at Australian Web censorship plan The Hill (blog) The Hindu all 37 news articles »
Google, Yahoo Object to Australia's Plan for Internet Filtering - Wall Street Journal (blog)
Tue Mar 23 15:53, 2010 GMT
Oh yeah, who's bad? Not content with taking on China, Google were today squaring up for another fight over internet censorship, this time with the Australian government.… Offloading malware protection to the cloud
Google takes China-buffed halo to Oz
Tue Mar 23 16:01, 2010 GMT
U.S. existing-home sales down third month in a row MarketWatch Google Inc.'s decision to brazenly challenge Internet censorship laws in China may encourage other firms doing business in the Middle Kingdom to adopt a ... and more »
U.S. existing-home sales down third month in a row - MarketWatch
Tue Mar 23 17:00, 2010 GMT
The Money Times 50 American cities at risk of cyber-crime; Seattle at No.1 The Money Times Symantec, the world's largest internet security provider of Norton anti-virus products, along with Sperling's BestPlaces, an independent research firm, ... Norton ranks riskiest cities for cybercrime FederalNewsRadio.com Seattle is the most dangerous place in cyberspace CrunchGear (blog) Study: DC area 3rd riskiest for cybercrime Washington Times CTV.ca  - FOXBusiness  - Huffington Post (blog) all 226 news articles »
50 American cities at risk of cyber-crime; Seattle at No.1 - The Money Times
Tue Mar 23 16:58, 2010 GMT
The Hindu Google, Yahoo object to proposed Internet censorship in Australia Los Angeles Times (blog) But what of restrictions on Internet freedom elsewhere in the world? Case in point: The latest country in the news for attempting to block objectionable ... Google, Yahoo Object to Australia's Plan for Internet Filtering Wall Street Journal (blog) Google takes China-buffed halo to Oz Register Tech giants criticize Australia plan for Internet filtering Washington Post (blog) Sydney Morning Herald  - The Hill (blog)  - Uptrend SEO Company (blog) all 41 news articles »
Google, Yahoo object to proposed Internet censorship in Australia - Los Angeles Times (blog)
Tue Mar 23 17:17, 2010 GMT
Google has confirmed that the Chinese authorities have begun blocking certain terms from a local search engine, after the company said it would no longer censor results for those terms itself. by Tom Espiner ZDNet UK
China blocking some Google search results
Tue Mar 23 17:57, 2010 GMT
Searches disabled or links blocked The Chinese government has attempted to restrict access to the Hong Kong–based servers where Google is offering uncensored search results to mainland China users.… Offloading malware protection to the cloud
China hits back at Google's uncensored Hong Kong servers
Tue Mar 23 17:48, 2010 GMT
Access to Google's new Chinese-language search site was not blocked outright following its announcement Monday, but searchers in China are reporting that the new site is subject to the same Great Firewall filtering as Google.com
China blocking some Google searches
Tue Mar 23 19:45, 2010 GMT
In the new issue of Index on Censorship, 'Brave New Words', leading internet experts Ron Deibert and Rafal Rohozinski call for a new approach to tackling censorship online.
Cyber wars: Experts call for a new approach to tackling censorship online (PhysOrg)
Tue Mar 23 20:14, 2010 GMT
BBC News A Step by Step Guide on How to Fight Internet Censorship in Iran and What the ... Huffington Post (blog) The United States and some European countries have shown interests in supporting Iranians to fight with Internet censorship and provide more access to ... EU Calls for Iran to Halt Internet Censorship , Jamming Voice of America EU vows to act on Iranian censorship Sydney Morning Herald EU to move against Iran satellite, internet censorship EUobserver.com RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty all 260 news articles »
A Step by Step Guide on How to Fight Internet Censorship in Iran and What the ... - Huffington Post (blog)
Tue Mar 23 20:07, 2010 GMT
Google may have cleverly decided to get around Chinese censors by routing all traffic through its Hong Kong-based site, but the company isn’t completely consistent in its outrage — it has censored search results all over the globe. Here's an idea: Google should adopt a 2007 shareholder's resolution and create a global anti-censorship policy.
A Global Anti-Censorship Policy for Google (Wired News)
Tue Mar 23 21:21, 2010 GMT
Google's attempted detour around China's Internet censorship rules was met with countermeasures Tuesday by the communist government, which blocked people on the mainland from seeing search results dealing with such forbidden topics as the pro-democracy movement.
China thwarts Google's detour around censorship (AP via Yahoo! News)
Tue Mar 23 21:48, 2010 GMT
SMACKED DOWN: China's government responded to Google's detour around its Internet censorship rules by blocking some of the traffic from the mainland to the company's search engine in Hong Kong.
Summary Box: Google's solution to censorship brings new challenges as government retaliates (Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune)
Tue Mar 23 21:43, 2010 GMT
Globe and Mail Summary Box: Google's tussle with China censorship The Associated Press SMACKED DOWN: China's government responded to Google's detour around its Internet censorship rules by blocking some of the traffic from the mainland to the ... China defends censorship , plays down Google harm on US ties BusinessWeek Adobe, Jabil, Darden in after-hours spotlight MarketWatch China Defends Its Internet Censorship Policies Voice of America Washington Post  - Reuters  - AHN | All Headline News all 4,413 news articles »
Summary Box: Google's tussle with China censorship - The Associated Press
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As cyber criminals grow ever more sophisticated and organized, law enforcement agencies have had to step up their game to keep pace. One of the top men at the FBI shares what the bureau is doing to combat cyber crime.
FBI Underboss Outlines Anatomy of a Cyber Gang
Tue Mar 23 14:57, 2010 GMT
MSN Singapore Internet Security Alliance Announces Support for Cyber Bill The New New Internet The Internet Security Alliance (ISA) has announced its support for the new version of the bill, which removed the previously controversial “kill switch” for ... Three arms of cyber security being introduced Channel News Asia Canada unprepared for massive cyber-attack: Expert Montreal Gazette “People are the Weakest Link” in Cyber Security says Panos Anastassiadis of ... ExecutiveBiz (blog) Business Times (subscription)  - NetworkWorld.com  - Straits Times all 30 news articles »
Internet Security Alliance Announces Support for Cyber Bill - The New New Internet
Tue Mar 23 22:49, 2010 GMT
Economic penalties for 'countries of concern' Foreign countries that turn a blind eye to cybercrime would lose US financial assistance and resources under a bill introduced Tuesday in the Senate.…
Senate bill seeks crack down on cybercrime havens
Tue Mar 23 22:57, 2010 GMT
Censorship by China grabbed the headlines for weeks. But what of restrictions on Internet freedom elsewhere in the world? Case in point: The latest country in the news for attempting to block objectionable content is Australia.The Sydney Morning Herald reports that Google, Yahoo and others have criticized government plans to force Internet service providers to make certain content inaccessible...
WEB/TECH: Google, Yahoo Object to Proposed Internet Censorship in Australia (All About Jazz)
Wed Mar 24 00:19, 2010 GMT
If China unplugs Google, it will be the first time China's people will know ... Huffington Post (blog) They could move quickly to block access, within China, to the Hong Kong site. This is not a problem for them technically: China's internet "firewall" ... and more »
If China unplugs Google, it will be the first time China's people will know ... - Huffington Post (blog)
Wed Mar 24 00:34, 2010 GMT
Google co-founder Sergey Brin has called on Washington to take a stand against China 's censorship of the internet, urging the US to make the issue a "high priority".
Google co-founder Sergey Brin urges US to act over China web censorship (Guardian Unlimited)
Tue Mar 23 23:30, 2010 GMT
BBC News Support Google - block China traffic for a day... ZDNet (blog) Maybe we can collectively create an Anti- Censorship Day and block traffic from all countries that practice extreme forms of Internet censorship . ... Summary Box: Google's tussle with China censorship The Associated Press China defends censorship , plays down Google harm on US ties BusinessWeek Adobe, Jabil, Darden in after-hours spotlight MarketWatch Voice of America  - Huffington Post (blog)  - Ars Technica all 4,591 news articles »
Support Google - block China traffic for a day... - ZDNet (blog)
Wed Mar 24 02:07, 2010 GMT
By Stephanie Ho China is defending its Internet censorship policies, less than a day after U.S. Internet company Google moved its China-based search engine to Hong Kong. Foreign Ministry spokesman Qin Gang fended off questions about Google by saying the Internet in China is fully open, but that it is administered according to law and in line with international practice. Qin says China filters ...
China defends its Internet censorship policies (Moldova.org)
Wed Mar 24 06:37, 2010 GMT
Under a bill introduced Tuesday in the Senate foreign countries that benign neglected to cybercrime will lose US financial assistance and resources. The International Cybercrime Reporting and Cooperation Act is to require the President to identify "countries of cyber concern" and to plot a course to help each one get tougher on cybercrime. Those countries that don't reach prescribed benchmarks would face economic penalties in the form of cuts to trade assistance grants, US export dollars and foreign-direct investment funds. read more
US to prosecute people and nations for cyber attacks and scams worldwide
Wed Mar 24 07:54, 2010 GMT
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Wed Mar 24 07:54, 2010 GMT
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Liteforex Offers a $1 Minimum Opening Trade - Forex Flash
Wed Mar 24 08:04, 2010 GMT
San Francisco -- Google's attempted detour around China's Internet censorship rules was met with countermeasures Tuesday by the communist government, which blocked people on the mainland from seeing search results dealing with such forbidden topics as the pro-democracy movement.
China thwarts Google's attempted detour around Internet censorship rules (The Springfield News-Leader)
Wed Mar 24 08:53, 2010 GMT
Google has become but a political tool, overseas netizens say China Daily Malaysian netizen HsunTze deemed it important to practice Internet censorship . "As a saying goes: Prevention is better than cure. ... and more »
Google has become but a political tool, overseas netizens say - China Daily
Wed Mar 24 10:02, 2010 GMT
Google, Yahoo and Microsoft among others expressed deep concerns about the Australia Government's on-going plans to censor the Internet, the Sydney Morning Herald is reporting . The government, however, seems unconcerned, and still plans to introduce legislation to force ISPs to implement filters that will block access to government blacklisted web sites.
Google, Yahoo, Microsoft and Others Unhappy With Australia's Internet Censorship Plans (IEEE Spectrum)
Wed Mar 24 10:02, 2010 GMT
The United Nations is called upon by the Council of Europe for wider ratification of the only international cybercrime treaty in a move to make international efforts to combat Internet crimes more consolidated. From April 12 to April 19 the UN is holding its 12th congress on crime prevention and criminal justice in Salvador, Brazil. Cybercrime will be among the topics of the agenda. read more
Single regulation of cyber crime for all countries? United Nations should think
Wed Mar 24 12:16, 2010 GMT
SPECIAL REPORT-Inside a global cybercrime ring Forexyard They are paid through electronic wire services such as Western Union, Pay Pal and Webmoney which can protect the identity of both the sender and the ...
SPECIAL REPORT-Inside a global cybercrime ring - Forexyard
Wed Mar 24 12:14, 2010 GMT
Hundreds of computer geeks, most of them students putting themselves through college, crammed into three floors of an office building in an industrial section of Ukraine's capital Kiev, churning out code at a frenzied pace. They were creating some of the world's most pernicious, and profitable, computer viruses.
Inside a global cybercrime ring (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
Wed Mar 24 12:21, 2010 GMT
BOSTON (Reuters) - Hundreds of computer geeks, most of them students putting themselves through college, crammed into three floors of an office building in an industrial section of Ukraine's capital Kiev, churning out code at a frenzied pace. They were creating some of the world's most pernicious, and profitable, computer viruses.
Inside a global cybercrime ring
Wed Mar 24 06:20, 2010 GMT
Reuters Google's action angers China, threatens business interests San Jose Mercury News But China's tech-savvy bloggers were worried the government would block google.com.hk and possibly force the Internet giant to abandon its research and ... Support Google - block China traffic for a day... ZDNet (blog) RPT-WRAPUP 1-Google to phase out China search partnerships Reuters Summary Box: Google's tussle with China censorship The Associated Press BusinessWeek  - MarketWatch  - Voice of America all 5,457 news articles »
Google's action angers China, threatens business interests - San Jose Mercury News
Wed Mar 24 22:43, 2010 GMT
Online investment program Euro Nano Investment has become extremely popular today and this resulted in appearance of various scam projects pretending to be EuroNano. Being very anxious about their reputation the online project has released the following statement : Dear Internet users and clients of Euro Nano Investment, our company has only one website https://www.euronanoinvest.com read more
Euro Nano warns against scam projects
Wed Mar 24 14:27, 2010 GMT
Microsoft's Suport of Chinese Censorship : Smart Business, Poor Morals DailyTech It voiced its support for Chinese internet censorship , with CEO Steve Ballmer vowing to stick it out in China even if Google leaves. ...
Microsoft's Suport of Chinese Censorship: Smart Business, Poor Morals - DailyTech
Wed Mar 24 14:26, 2010 GMT
BOSTON, March 24 — Hundreds of computer geeks, most of them students putting themselves through college, crammed into three floors of an office building in an industrial section of Ukraine’s capital Kiev, churning out code at a frenzied pace. They were creating some of the world’s most pernicious, and profitable, computer viruses. According to court documents, former employees and investigators ...
Inside a global cybercrime ring (The Malaysian Insider)
Wed Mar 24 14:32, 2010 GMT
Innovative Marketing Ukraine, or IMU, was at the center of a complex underground corporate empire with operations stretching from Eastern Europe to Bahrain; from India and Singapore to the United States. And the company built its wealth pioneering scareware -- programs that pretend to scan a computer for viruses, and then tell the user that their machine is infected.
Special Report: Inside a Global Cybercrime Ring (Fox News)
Wed Mar 24 14:37, 2010 GMT
RTT News US said to be eyeing cybersecurity ambassador role ITWorld Canada Internet security tips from Michael Calce - Former hacker provides pointers on security for the average Internet user: browsers, passwords, proxies, ... Pols take on Internet crime Long Island Business News (blog) all 43 news articles »
US said to be eyeing cybersecurity ambassador role - ITWorld Canada
Wed Mar 24 16:54, 2010 GMT
Inside a global cybercrime ring Montreal Gazette They are paid through electronic wire services such as Western Union, Pay Pal and Webmoney which can protect the identity of both the sender and the ...
Inside a global cybercrime ring - Montreal Gazette
Wed Mar 24 16:50, 2010 GMT
Australian Internet Censorship Scheme Criticised By Yahoo, Google ITProPortal However, the Australian government has explained that the internet filter will effectively block access to offensive websites related to child pornography, ...
Australian Internet Censorship Scheme Criticised By Yahoo, Google - ITProPortal
Wed Mar 24 17:31, 2010 GMT
EFF: Internet's security , privacy flaws need attention ZDNet (blog) That may be one of the things the US government will have to review as next steps in security and privacy exploitation of US Internet users. ... EFF Urges Supreme Court to Protect Text-Message Privacy Media Newswire (press release) Commonwealth of Kentucky, et al. v. Interactive Media Entertainment & Gaming ... JD Supra (press release) all 3 news articles »
EFF: Internet's security, privacy flaws need attention - ZDNet (blog)
Wed Mar 24 18:25, 2010 GMT
Asavin Wattanajantra, V3.co.uk , Wednesday 24 March 2010 at 18:12:00 Giving power back to the people The battle that Google has been having with Chinese authorities over internet censorship has been headline news all over the world. At the last count, the company with the 'don’t be evil' motto decided to stop censoring its Google China site by moving its operations to Hong Kong, and attempting ...
After Google China, where next in the battle against web censorship? (vnunet.com)
Wed Mar 24 18:37, 2010 GMT
Reuters Excerpts: Google's Testimony to Federal Commission on China Wall Street Journal (blog) But Mr. Davidson also plans to talk about Internet censorship as a trade issue and what Google hopes the US will do about the problem — such as developing ... Microsoft's Suport of Chinese Censorship : Smart Business, Poor Morals DailyTech Google and China: A call to (government) arms San Francisco Chronicle (blog) Support Google - block China traffic for a day... ZDNet (blog) New York Times  - CNET  - Reuters all 5,876 news articles »
Excerpts: Google's Testimony to Federal Commission on China - Wall Street Journal (blog)
Wed Mar 24 19:16, 2010 GMT
GoDaddy to stop registering domains in China CNET " Internet censorship is a challenge that no particular industry--much less any single company--can tackle on its own," Davidson plans to say during his ...
GoDaddy to stop registering domains in China - CNET
Wed Mar 24 19:00, 2010 GMT
The Guardian Congress slams China and Microsoft, praises Google CNNMoney.com At a hearing held by the Congressional-Executive Commission on China on Wednesday, lawmakers called on China to allow a free flow of ideas on the Internet . ... Google vs. China: A call to (government) arms San Francisco Chronicle (blog) Microsoft's Suport of Chinese Censorship : Smart Business, Poor Morals DailyTech Excerpts: Google's Testimony to Federal Commission on China Wall Street Journal (blog) ZDNet (blog)  - New York Times  - CNET all 5,886 news articles »
Congress slams China and Microsoft, praises Google - CNNMoney.com
Wed Mar 24 19:33, 2010 GMT
Google Official Calls for Action on Internet Restrictions New York Times He said censorship had become more than a human rights issue and was hurting profit for foreign companies. “The growing problem for Internet censorship is ... China's Google censorship helps the US Computerworld (blog) all 3 news articles »
Google Official Calls for Action on Internet Restrictions - New York Times
Wed Mar 24 19:55, 2010 GMT
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Internet domain company GoDaddy.com said it planned to stop registering domain names in China, joining Google Inc in protesting cyber attacks and censorship in that country.
GoDaddy plans to stop China domain registrations
Wed Mar 24 20:55, 2010 GMT
Go Daddy Draws Line in China Wall Street Journal Alan Davidson, Google's director of public policy, also addressed the panel, saying governments should adopt trade rules to combat Internet censorship that ...
Go Daddy Draws Line in China - Wall Street Journal
Wed Mar 24 20:42, 2010 GMT
As DHS and NSA ratchet 'Einstein' intrusion detector Cyber attacks threaten the "very existence" of the US, according to a top FBI official charged with worrying about such things.… Case Study: WhatsUp keeps Legoland turnstyles ringing
FBI cyber cop says 'very existence' of US under threat
Wed Mar 24 21:52, 2010 GMT
OPEN FORUM: If China unplugs Google ... San Francisco Chronicle (blog) They could move quickly to block access, within China, to the Hong Kong site. This is not a problem for them technically: China's internet "firewall" ... Media Alert: Google's Decision in China Leaves Hotspot Shield as Key Solution ... Marketwire (press release) all 3 news articles »
OPEN FORUM: If China unplugs Google ... - San Francisco Chronicle (blog)
Wed Mar 24 22:10, 2010 GMT
Internet Freedom advocates appeared before Congress today, to discuss the Google China issue and speak out against internet censorship. KCBS’ Mike Colgan reports
US Congress Takes Up Internet CensorShip Issue (KCBS Radio San Francisco)
Wed Mar 24 15:12, 2010 GMT
Hundreds of computer geeks, crammed into three floors of an office building in Kiev, churning out code at a frenzied pace. They were creating some of the world's most pernicious, and profitable, computer viruses
Inside a global cybercrime ring (TVNZ)
Thu Mar 25 00:01, 2010 GMT
iPhone, Safari, IE 8 hacked in CanSecWest contest CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... and more »
iPhone, Safari, IE 8 hacked in CanSecWest contest - CNET
Wed Mar 24 23:33, 2010 GMT
The Epoch Times News Group Applauds Google's Ending Censorship The Epoch Times Google's defiant stance against Internet censorship and its upholding the principle of free, uncensored information are undoubtedly an act of great ... and more »
The Epoch Times News Group Applauds Google's Ending Censorship - The Epoch Times
Thu Mar 25 01:31, 2010 GMT
ZDNet (blog) EFF: Gmail vulnerable to snooping: SSL certificates often faked ZDNet (blog) Any form of security that offers some kind of Internet privacy is a desirable set of tools to have for the user. But when those same tools now expose the ...
EFF: Gmail vulnerable to snooping: SSL certificates often faked - ZDNet (blog)
Thu Mar 25 01:29, 2010 GMT
Google executive calls for censorship trade rules MarketWatch SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) -- Governments should adopt trade rules to combat Internet censorship that limits freedom of expression and ...
Google executive calls for censorship trade rules - MarketWatch
Thu Mar 25 01:14, 2010 GMT
BBC News Go Daddy Draws Line Wall Street Journal Alan Davidson, Google's director of public policy, also addressed the panel, saying governments should adopt trade rules to combat Internet censorship that ... Google Calls for Action on Web Limits New York Times GoDaddy to stop registering domains in China CNET GoDaddy plans to stop China domain registrations Reuters San Francisco Chronicle (blog)  - CNNMoney.com  - DailyTech all 6,245 news articles »
Go Daddy Draws Line - Wall Street Journal
Thu Mar 25 01:56, 2010 GMT
U.S. Urged to Act on Internet Freedoms Wall Street Journal " Internet censorship is a challenge that no particular industry—much less any single company—can tackle on its own," Google's director of public policy Alan ...
U.S. Urged to Act on Internet Freedoms - Wall Street Journal
Thu Mar 25 04:10, 2010 GMT
Google Calls For U.S. to Fight Web Censorship in China, Abroad eWeek Two days later, Google is calling for the US to challenge China and the 25 other countries where Internet censorship is practiced and, consequently, ... and more »
Google Calls For U.S. to Fight Web Censorship in China, Abroad - eWeek
Thu Mar 25 04:08, 2010 GMT
Google’s exit from China market continues to make waves, with the company calling for new trade rules to limit censorship and a second US firm deciding to leave the market because of invasive government practices.
Google calls for trade rules to limit censorship (telecomasia.net)
Thu Mar 25 05:53, 2010 GMT
Aljazeera.net Fallout from Google China row grows Aljazeera.net Internet censorship has drawn increased attention from US legislators since Google's spat with China began, helping fuel a policy initiative by the US ... and more »
Fallout from Google China row grows - Aljazeera.net
Thu Mar 25 05:36, 2010 GMT
The precedent set by the Google in China when the search engine giant decided to stop censoring its search results and close its Chinese website was followed by a domain names registrar GoDaddy.com. The Internet domain company said it would stop registering domain names in China. "We believe that many of the current abuses of the Internet originating in China are due to a lack of enforcement against criminal activities by the Chinese government," Christine Jones, Go Daddy Group Inc general counsel, told a congressional commission hearing on Wednesday. read more
GoDaddy joins Google out of China
Thu Mar 25 06:25, 2010 GMT
Another United States internet company has announced it will follow Google's lead and partially retreat from the Chinese market because of concerns about censorship.
Second internet giant pulls out of China (ABC via Yahoo!7 News)
Thu Mar 25 06:33, 2010 GMT
According to a statement made by Steven Chabinsky who is responsible for overseeing cyber security related issues in the US, cyber attacks on threaten the "very existence" of the United States. "The cyber threat can be an existential threat - meaning it can challenge our country's very existence, or significantly alter our nation's potential," Steven Chabinsky was quoted by Computerworld as telling a gathering of government IT types at the Federal Office Systems Exposition, better known as FOSE, in Washington DC on Tuesday. read more
Existence of the United States is threatened by cyber attacks
Thu Mar 25 07:23, 2010 GMT
The Hindu China Unicom Boycott of Google May Signal Fallout Is Spreading BusinessWeek 12 statement to end self- censorship of its Google.cn portal. Google's redirection of its search queries is effectively a pullout from China, reducing the ... Google executive calls for censorship trade rules MarketWatch Google Calls For U.S. to Fight Web Censorship in China, Abroad eWeek US Urged to Act on Internet Freedoms Wall Street Journal New York Times  - CNET  - Reuters all 6,488 news articles »
China Unicom Boycott of Google May Signal Fallout Is Spreading - BusinessWeek
Thu Mar 25 08:22, 2010 GMT
Checklist to accelerate your software security efforts Help Net Security Forrester Research cautions companies considering using cloud-based services to gain a clear understanding of the security , privacy and legal consequences ... and more »
Checklist to accelerate your software security efforts - Help Net Security
Thu Mar 25 10:54, 2010 GMT
Censorship protestors 'turn terrorists' down under Inquirer PRIVACY ADVOCATES who have been carrying out online attacks protesting against the Australian government's bizarre Internet censorship plan ...
Censorship protestors 'turn terrorists' down under - Inquirer
Thu Mar 25 10:57, 2010 GMT
BBC News Google Removed From Motorola's China Phone as Fallout Spreads BusinessWeek 12 statement to end self- censorship of its Google.cn portal. Google's redirection of its search queries is effectively a pullout from China, reducing the ... Google executive calls for censorship trade rules MarketWatch Google Calls For U.S. to Fight Web Censorship in China, Abroad eWeek US Urged to Act on Internet Freedoms Wall Street Journal New York Times  - CNET  - Reuters all 6,637 news articles »
Google Removed From Motorola's China Phone as Fallout Spreads - BusinessWeek After Google, another US Internet company decides to limit its services in China China - After Google, another US Internet company decides to limit its services in China"> China -
Thu Mar 25 11:07, 2010 GMT
US Internet company GoDaddy announced during a US congressional hearing yesterday that it will stop selling websites with Chinese domain names (those ending in the .cn suffix) because of the radical controls being demanded by the Chinese authorities. “We welcome the fact that another US company is following the example set by Google and is resisting the demands of the Chinese censors,” Reporters Without Borders said. “We now call on Microsoft and Yahoo! to be courageous and follow their (...)
Holiness in 3D
Thu Mar 25 15:49, 2010 GMT
US Push on Internet Freedom Could Backfire Wall Street Journal (blog) Internet censorship is an increasingly hot topic for US legislators, a group of whom announced the launch of a Global Internet Freedom ...
US Push on Internet Freedom Could Backfire - Wall Street Journal (blog)
Thu Mar 25 16:54, 2010 GMT
The Week Magazine Google's web censorship U-turn The Week Magazine "No single company and no single industry can tackle Internet censorship on its own," Davidson said. Google is fighting for access to a huge market — China ... Should we be hacking against Big Brother? Inquirer all 2 news articles »
Google's web censorship U-turn - The Week Magazine
Thu Mar 25 17:28, 2010 GMT
'We work with any company that obeys the law' China's second largest wireless carrier - China Unicom - has said it will remove Google's search service from the Android phones it developed in tandem with the web giant, citing the company's decision to reroute Google.cn to uncensored servers in Hong Kong.… Case Study: WhatsUp keeps Legoland turnstyles ringing
Google booted from China's number two carrier
Thu Mar 25 17:49, 2010 GMT
Motorola, China Unicom Drop Google Search Technology ChannelWeb The fallout from Google's decision to defy China's Internet censorship regulations continues to grow as partners including ... and more »
Motorola, China Unicom Drop Google Search Technology - ChannelWeb
Thu Mar 25 18:45, 2010 GMT
Matt Salmon: Past time to get Google out of our closets Providence Journal But absent any real competition, Google will remain unmotivated to discontinue its brazen disregard for users' Internet privacy rights. ... and more »
Matt Salmon: Past time to get Google out of our closets - Providence Journal
Thu Mar 25 18:31, 2010 GMT
Reuters Microsoft Tarred as Tyranny Abettor, Google Asks Feds to Promote Net Freedom Wired News Davidson, formerly of the Center for Democracy and Technology, described internet censorship as a “growing threat” that requires coordinated responses from ... Google executive calls for censorship trade rules MarketWatch US Push on Internet Freedom Could Backfire Wall Street Journal (blog) Motorola, China Unicom Drop Google Search Technology ChannelWeb The Week Magazine  - eWeek  - BusinessWeek all 7,108 news articles »
Microsoft Tarred as Tyranny Abettor, Google Asks Feds to Promote Net Freedom - Wired News
Thu Mar 25 18:56, 2010 GMT
Google Needs to Leave Washington Motley Fool "By opposing Internet censorship , Google has now stood up to China on a basic freedom. Obama must do the same and tag China as a currency manipulator. ... and more »
Google Needs to Leave Washington - Motley Fool
Thu Mar 25 19:02, 2010 GMT
BOSTON — Convicted TJX hacker Albert Gonzalez was sentenced to 20 years in prison on Thursday for leading a gang of cyberthieves who stole more than 90 million credit and debit card numbers from TJX and other retailers. The sentence for the largest and costliest computer-crime case ever prosecuted is the longest ever imposed in a [...]
TJX Hacker Gets 20 Years in Prison
Thu Mar 25 19:05, 2010 GMT
This Week in Internet Censorship Layalina Productions Internet censorship has reached new highs in countries under authoritarian regimes, according to a study recently released by Reporters Without Borders, ...
This Week in Internet Censorship - Layalina Productions
Thu Mar 25 20:13, 2010 GMT
Officials, predictably, insist on social control when Google balks at censorship. But China may want the company more than it's willing to admit and could be hoping for a quiet end to the hullabaloo. The ever-quotable Deng Xiaoping once said that when you open the window, flies get in.
With Google censorship, China is tough -- on the outside (Los Angeles Times)
Thu Mar 25 21:00, 2010 GMT
BBC News Holes in China's great firewall The Guardian Google already has a huge number of loyal users in China, many of whom are increasingly unhappy with internet censorship . Removal of Google's Chinese search ... US Push on Internet Freedom Could Backfire Wall Street Journal (blog) Motorola, China Unicom Drop Google Search Technology ChannelWeb Google executive calls for censorship trade rules MarketWatch The Week Magazine  - Wired News  - Motley Fool all 7,156 news articles »
Holes in China's great firewall - The Guardian
Thu Mar 25 21:42, 2010 GMT
Wired News TJX Hacker Gets 20 Years in Prison Wired News ... carders in the underground, accepting payment through web currencies, such as E-Gold and Web Money , or direct bank-account deposits to Eastern Europe. ... and more »
TJX Hacker Gets 20 Years in Prison - Wired News
Thu Mar 25 22:10, 2010 GMT
A branch of the Chinese government distributed a list of specific instructions governing how Chinese media companies should report on Google's decision to move its search operation to Hong Kong to bypass censorship laws.
China issues media rules for stories on Google
Thu Mar 25 22:07, 2010 GMT
CHICAGO – Libraries and their communities are invited to a live Internet event, “An Evening with Neil Gaiman,” from 6 to 8 p.m. April 12. This event, which kicks off National Library Week (April 11-17), is coordinated by the American Library Association’s Campaign for America’s Libraries and the Jessamine County (Ky.) Public Library (JCPL).
Neil Gaiman to speak about libraries and censorship as part of National Library Week (American Library Association)
Thu Mar 25 22:18, 2010 GMT
Telegraph.co.uk We're staying in China, says Microsoft, as free speech row with Google grows The Guardian Photograph: Claro Cortes/Reuters Hopes that Google's forthright stand on censorship in China would inspire other companies to follow suit appeared unfounded ... Motorola, China Unicom Drop Google Search Technology ChannelWeb US Push on Internet Freedom Could Backfire Wall Street Journal (blog) Google executive calls for censorship trade rules MarketWatch The Week Magazine  - Wired News  - Motley Fool all 7,172 news articles »
We're staying in China, says Microsoft, as free speech row with Google grows - The Guardian
Thu Mar 25 22:51, 2010 GMT
BBC News Google China move puts pressure on Microsoft, Yahoo Christian Science Monitor At Wednesday's congressional hearing on Internet censorship , a Google executive said the company's services have been blocked by more than 25 governments. ... Motorola, China Unicom Drop Google Search Technology ChannelWeb US Push on Internet Freedom Could Backfire Wall Street Journal (blog) Google executive calls for censorship trade rules MarketWatch The Guardian  - The Week Magazine  - Wired News all 7,151 news articles »
Google China move puts pressure on Microsoft, Yahoo - Christian Science Monitor
Thu Mar 25 23:52, 2010 GMT
CBC.ca Chinese divided over Google move USA Today Congress has appropriated $35 million for grants to develop technology that helps circumvent Internet censorship . Li said the Chinese government puts too ... Google China move puts pressure on Microsoft, Yahoo Christian Science Monitor Motorola, China Unicom Drop Google Search Technology ChannelWeb US Push on Internet Freedom Could Backfire Wall Street Journal (blog) MarketWatch  - The Guardian  - The Week Magazine all 7,156 news articles »
Chinese divided over Google move - USA Today
Fri Mar 26 00:22, 2010 GMT
Another U-S internet company has announced it will follow Google's lead and partially retreat from the Chinese market, because of concerns about censorship.
Another US internet company withdraws from China (ABC Radio Australia)
Thu Mar 25 07:56, 2010 GMT
GulfNews Internet filter criticised Aberdeen Press and Journal The criticism from Google and Yahoo comes amid a struggle between Google and China over censorship -free content. The filter would not block file-sharing or ... Google & Yahoo slam Aussie net filter TechDay.co.nz Yahoo's fourth-quarter lobbying expenses stay flat BusinessWeek Google, Yahoo slam web filtering plan Sydney Morning Herald The Hindu  - The Canberra Times  - iNews880.com all 192 news articles »
Internet filter criticised - Aberdeen Press and Journal
Fri Mar 26 02:17, 2010 GMT
The Guardian (blog) Chinese divided over Google move to close service USA Today Congress has appropriated $35 million for grants to develop technology that helps circumvent Internet censorship . Li said the Chinese government puts too ... Google China move puts pressure on Microsoft, Yahoo Christian Science Monitor Motorola, China Unicom Drop Google Search Technology ChannelWeb US Push on Internet Freedom Could Backfire Wall Street Journal (blog) MarketWatch  - The Guardian  - The Week Magazine all 7,131 news articles »
Chinese divided over Google move to close service - USA Today
Tue Mar 23 15:54, 2010 GMT
GulfNews Google takes China-buffed halo to Oz Register Not content with taking on China, Google were today squaring up for another fight over internet censorship , ... Internet filter criticised Aberdeen Press and Journal Yahoo, Google fight Aussie filter Investor's Business Daily Google & Yahoo slam Aussie net filter TechDay.co.nz BusinessWeek  - SmartCompany.com.au  - Sydney Morning Herald all 192 news articles »
Google takes China-buffed halo to Oz - Register
Fri Mar 26 03:31, 2010 GMT
YouTube, Twitter, Facebook traffic redirected to China in mystery mix up CNET Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy . She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing ... China's Great Firewall Spreads Overseas PC World China censorship leaks outside Great Firewall via root server Ars Technica all 14 news articles »
YouTube, Twitter, Facebook traffic redirected to China in mystery mix up - CNET
Fri Mar 26 04:44, 2010 GMT
The Guardian (blog) Can Google Change China Portfolio.com Google's decision to leave China over Internet censorship may be admirable from a Western point of view, but it's unlikely ... Google China move puts pressure on Microsoft, Yahoo Christian Science Monitor Motorola, China Unicom Drop Google Search Technology ChannelWeb US Push on Internet Freedom Could Backfire Wall Street Journal (blog) MarketWatch  - The Guardian  - The Week Magazine all 7,175 news articles »
Can Google Change China - Portfolio.com
Thu Mar 25 00:30, 2010 GMT
Charles Arthur on some of the ways Chinese users get around censorship on the web The biggest challenge for someone inside China who wants to get around the Great Firewall is the teleological one: how do you search for information that is itself banned? Of necessity - because the Chinese government monitors internet use inside the country, and the data passing across the fibre-optic cables at ...
China and the internet: Tricks to beat the online censor (Guardian Unlimited)
Thu Mar 25 14:58, 2010 GMT
A controversial US system that automatically skips over swearing and violence in DVD movies is set to be launched in the UK this year.
DVD 'censoring' system criticised
Fri Mar 26 10:05, 2010 GMT
How Internet censorship harms schools Computerworld (blog) (" Censorship by Omission") Johnson also shares a message from another teacher, describing how a school's systems security manager decided to block the ...
How Internet censorship harms schools - Computerworld (blog)
Fri Mar 26 00:25, 2010 GMT
Google - most powerful company on the Internet - may seem mighty, but alongside the government of China, the search giant is more like David with a slingshot.
Google jumps censorship: Internet colossus stops knuckling under to China (New York Daily News)
Fri Mar 26 11:17, 2010 GMT
Talking shop calls for tougher domain registration checks The Council of Europe has called for a worldwide implementation of its Convention on Cybercrime to fight the growing problem of economic crime on the web.…
European conference sets agenda for cybercrime fight
Fri Mar 26 11:07, 2010 GMT
A simple fix for Internet censorship in schools Computerworld (blog) I work as Internet Marketing Director for Palisade Systems, which provides a network security appliance and service that includes Web filtering.
A simple fix for Internet censorship in schools - Computerworld (blog)
Fri Mar 26 11:14, 2010 GMT
The People's Republic of China doesn't have Google search to kick around any more, but it's still got network filters and cautious Web surfers and site owners under its thumb.
In post-Google China, censorship is unfazed
Fri Mar 26 11:07, 2010 GMT
Albuquerque Express Google Addresses Congress Telecoms News (blog) Alan Davidson, director of public policy for internet giant Google, spoke to Congress this week about trade rules and internet censorship . ... Smart phones get smarter Asia Times Online Go Daddy plans to stop .cn domain registering Mobile Computing News GoDaddy To Cease Domain Registrations in China Buzzy Bloggers (blog) All About Jazz  - Washington Post  - E-Commerce Times all 82 news articles »
Google Addresses Congress - Telecoms News (blog)
Fri Mar 26 12:47, 2010 GMT
Navigating China's web of censors msnbc.com Elsewhere in China, despite censorship , Internet users have access to tens of thousands of foreign and domestic sites. Occasionally, China also unexpectedly ...
Navigating China's web of censors - msnbc.com
Fri Mar 26 12:07, 2010 GMT
Taipei News Google Execs Call for Internet Filter Rules TMC Net No single company and no single industry can tackle Internet censorship on its own.” The Sydney Morning Herald noted that it's become a bigger issue now. ... Google Addresses Congress Telecoms News (blog) Go Daddy plans to stop .cn domain registering Mobile Computing News GoDaddy To Cease Domain Registrations in China Buzzy Bloggers (blog) Washington Post  - TODAYonline  - Marketing Pilgrim (blog) all 79 news articles »
Google Execs Call for Internet Filter Rules - TMC Net
Fri Mar 26 17:00, 2010 GMT
Web giant makes good on censorship threat, while legal shenanigans abound in Viacom vs. Google. Also: putting green into going green.
Week in review: Google's road to Hong Kong
Fri Mar 26 17:06, 2010 GMT
Researcher: China pays 280K people to boost its Web image CNN In 2009, Internet censorship tightened considerably. Many lively blogging platforms and social networks where heated political discussions were known to ... and more »
Researcher: China pays 280K people to boost its Web image - CNN No credible elections without media freedom Burma - No credible elections without media freedom"> Burma -
Fri Mar 26 18:34, 2010 GMT
Reporters Without Borders and the Burma Media Association believe that, as things stand, the elections which the military government plans to hold this year will have no credibility because of the lack of freedom for both Burmese and international news media. Prior censorship, intimidation, imprisonment and expulsion of foreign reporters are all completely incompatible with a free election. “The electoral laws established by the military government do not guarantee the media's right to (...)
Fixing Internet Censorship In Schools (Slashdot)
Fri Mar 26 20:30, 2010 GMT
UFC President Dana White isn't exactly going to win any PC awards anytime soon. The notorious spokesman for the rapidly-growing full contact martial arts empire...
Josh Schrei: The Value Of Freedom, The Ugliness of Censorship: Google, the UFC, and China (The Huffington Post)
Fri Mar 26 22:55, 2010 GMT
China's most censored Internet topic is Falun Gong. Google's exit from China's censorship uncovers sites for mainlanders.
Google China’s Most Censored Internet Topic: Falun Gong (The Epoch Times)
Sat Mar 27 00:11, 2010 GMT
Fast Company After DNS Problem, Chinese Root Server Is Shut Down PC World China uses the DNS system to enforce Internet censorship on its so-called Great Firewall of China, and the ISPs were using this incorrect DNS information. ... Web traffic redirected to China in mystery mix-up CNET China's censorship firewall invades foreign systems Neowin China censorship leaks outside Great Firewall via root server Ars Technica PC World all 37 news articles »
After DNS Problem, Chinese Root Server Is Shut Down - PC World
Thu Mar 25 10:18, 2010 GMT
Experts share their views on how to protect against cyberthreats without imposing on privacy rights
Security experts debate next cyberwar steps
Sat Mar 27 05:27, 2010 GMT
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