Posts Tagged ‘forum’

NetEase Will Close Its Online Forums Next Month

Netease closureChinese Internet portal NetEase says that due to media business development needs, the company’s online forums will stop providing services …


Chinese Government Issues Strict Social Media Draft Regulations

China’s State Council Information Office today issued updated draft guidelines for further strengthening government oversight of the Internet. In today’s “Measures for the Administration of Internet Information Services”, the SCIO expands the need for company’s to register under a new regime to those websites offering microblogs, forums, and and other social media services. The rules […]


What Are Chinese Netizens Talking About? Naked Pictures, Earthquake, And More…

Chinese Internet portal NetEase.com (NTES) has released its 2008 China Internet Communication Report which summarizes the hot topics being searched and discussed on the Internet and Chinese blogosphere.


NetEase.com Will Close Chinese Internet Chat Rooms On November 1

The Chinese portal NetEase.com (NTES) states that because of a revamping of the company’s services, the Internet firm will suspend the operation of its chat rooms starting November 1, 2008.


MSN China: Microsoft Will Launch Windows Live Groups In China

Feng Guangshun, general manager for MSN China’s public relations, says Microsoft (MSFT) is planning to replace the MSN Groups with Windows Live Group and the new service will also be soon launched in China.


Tomatolei.com’s Founder Seized For Software Piracy

Hong Lei, the webmaster of Chinese download website Tomatolei.com and writer of Windows XP Tomato Edition, reportedly has been taken into custody by the Suzhou Public Security Bureau.


Beijing Netcom Will Halt Broadband Service In August

Beijing Netcom, an affiliate of China Netcom, says it will soon not accept any new applications from consumers for installing a broadband or telephone until the end of the Beijing Olympic Games, but the company has denied that it will close the network during the Olympic Games as previously rumored on some Chinese Internet forums […]