Posts Tagged ‘China Internet Illegal Information Reporting Centre’

Chinese Internet Users Can Report Online Fraudsters Via New Baidu Service

Chinese search engine company Baidu Inc. has launched an Internet platform to accept netizens’ complaints about information promoted by the search engine service at Baidu.com. Via this new platform, Chinese Internet users can report suspected illegal information or Internet fraudsters among those results promoted by the search engine service at Baidu. The platform will accept […]


China’s Baidu To Invest CNY100 Million To Eliminate Bad Internet Info

Unlike its overseas rival Google.com, Chinese search engine Baidu.com is apparently showing that it is fully committed to working with the Chinese government to enhance the government’s ability to rid the Internet of “bad”information. According to Chinese news website Techweb, Baidu has announced the launch of a special campaign, and it will invest CNY100 million […]


Exposed: Chinese Internet Access Providers Give Access To Pornography

China Internet Illegal Information Reporting Centre has reported that six Internet access providers were giving users access to websites that contained pornographic and vulgar content.
The six Internet access providers are Beijing Teletron, Shanghai Telecom, Hangzhou Telecom in Zhejiang, Taizhou Telecom in Jiangsu, Mianyang Telecom in Sichuan, and Wuhan Telecom in Hubei.
CIIRC said these Internet access […]


CIIRC Exposes Second Batch Of Vulgar Chinese Websites

The China Internet Illegal Information Reporting Centre has published a list of the second batch of websites which provide “vulgar” Internet content.


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.