Posts Tagged ‘blacklist’

Facebook Suspends Ads For Chinese Smartphone Utility Apps

Facebook issued a ban to its advertising agencies, asking them to suspend all advertisements for certain kinds of Chinese utility …


Chinese Agency Will Blacklist And Police Mobile Apps

If mobile app developers thought getting past Apple’s censors and bizarre policies was hard enough, now they have to contend with the Chinese government for vetting of their applications. Wang Minghua, director general of the operations department of the National Computer Network Emergency Response Technical Team Coordination Center of China and secretary general of the […]


Internet Service In China’s Xinjiang Will Soon Recover

For companies and individuals in Xinjiang who have been without Internet access for the last […]


Chinese Measures Will Regulate Website Domain Name Registrations

Liu Jie, deputy director of Bureau of Telecommunication Administration, Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, […]


China’s MIIT Launches Five Measures To Fight Mobile Internet Pornography

China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology has announced plans to launch five measures to […]


Chinese Telecom Operators Fight Mobile Spam With New Filters

Following the launch of a joint platform for dealing with spam mobile short messages in June 2009, the three major telecom operators in China have now each worked out their respective spam SMS screening services to help users block unwanted short messages.
Among them, China Telecom just formally launched a short message filtering service for its […]


Security Wars: China Establishes Alliance To Fight Phishing Websites

Formed by Chinese banks, securities institutions, e-commerce websites and domain name management and service organizations, the China Anti-phishing Website Alliance has been founded to fight phishing websites through better management of domain names and domain name servers.


Chinese Websites Shamed On CIIIRC’s Blacklist

The China Internet Illegal Information Reporting Centre has released its “No.1 Report”, which exposes the illegal spread of risque information of some Chinese websites and combines the names of those websites onto a blacklist.


Music Companies Take Legal Action Against Baidu

First reported by foreign media and now confirmed from China sources, several international and Chinese music companies have joined hands to call on businesses to stop advertising with Baidu.com (BIDU), the largest Internet search engine service in China.


Chinese Ministries Will Blacklist Online Transactions Of Banned Goods

Seven Chinese ministries, including the State Administration for Industry and Commerce and the Ministry of Commerce, have jointly issued a circular on strengthening the online transaction of goods banned by the government.