Posts Tagged ‘FCCC’

Google Says Email Hacking Likely From China

Google says a likely phishing attack from Jinan has targeted hundreds of its Gmail email users. In a post on its official blog, Google states, “We recently uncovered a campaign to collect user passwords, likely through phishing. This campaign, which appears to originate from Jinan, China, affected what seem to be the personal Gmail accounts […]

Foreign Journalists In China Are Latest Email Hacking Victims

The Foreign Correspondents’ Club of China, an association based in Beijing comprised of journalists representing non-Chinese media, has issued an alert because some of its members have reportedly had their email accounts hacked.
A statement posted on the FCCC’s website states: “Three Beijing-based journalists have reported receiving emails containing malware from an address that initially appeared […]

IOC Hopes To Relieve Olympic Internet Blocking Problems In China

The International Olympic Committee has re-iterated its pledge to encourage the Beijing 2008 organizers to provide all foreign media outlets with full Internet access during their time in the host nation.

Media Worry About Olympic Restrictions In China; Lenovo Pledges Full Support To Journalists

Lenovo (LNVGY) has announced that two PC service centers and two Internet lounges will open on July 25 for the approximately 30,000 international journalists expected to use the Main Press Center and Beijing International Media Center during the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games.