Posts Tagged ‘ban’

American Search Engine Tries China, Again

Google.com, which has failed to gain momentum in China against rivals like Baidu.com, has issued a statement that it will end its automatic redirect to its Hong Kong website.
David Drummond, Google’s senior vice president of corporate development and the chief legal officer, stated on the company’s official blog, “We currently automatically redirect everyone using Google.cn […]


Egypt Will Ban Chinese Shanzai Mobile Phones

Following India’s recent block of Chinese-made shanzai mobile phones without an International Mobile Equipment Identity number in 2009, the Egyptian government has recently announced similar measures against these mobile phones.
The National Telecommunication Regulatory Authority of Egypt has approved a ban, stating that it will block anonymous users and Chinese-made mobile phones with the same IMEIs.
The […]


India Will Conditionally Lift Ban On Chinese Telecom Equipment

To avoid delay of telecom projects, officers from India’s Prime Minister’s Office, Ministry of Home Affairs, Department of Telecommunications, and intelligence organizations have jointly decided to allow Indian operators to import Chinese-made telecom equipment that are authorized by international security audit firms, or with the guarantee of banks.
Electronic Warfare Associates in Canada, Infoguard in the […]


Carrefour Removed From Chinese Internet

According to staff from Beijing Municipal Public Security Bureau, the Chinese word for “Carrefour” has been screened and removed from all the major Chinese search engines.