Posts Tagged ‘netizen’

China Had 564 Million Netizens By End Of 2012; Fewer Using Desktop Computers To Surf

China Internet Network Information Center recently published its 31st Internet survey report, stating that by the end of December 2012, the number of Internet users in China had reached 564 million and the Internet penetration rate was 42.1%, which was 3.8 percentage points higher than 2011. For the mobile sector, the number of Chinese mobile […]


APAC: 4,000 Fake "Taobao" Websites Closed By July 2010

The Anti-Phishing Alliance of China has announced that by the end of July 2010, the alliance had received 19,817 reports related to phishing websites, and e-commerce websites were the most imitated ones. According to APAC, the number of phishing website reports in the first seven months of 2010 was more than double compared with the […]


China’s Internet Users Increased To 298 Million In 2008

China Internet Network Information Center has published the latest report on China’s Internet development, which states by the end of 2008, the number of Internet users in China had reached 298 million, a year-on-year increase of 41.9%.


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.


September 14 Named Netizens’ Day In China

The Internet Society of China announced at the First China Netizen Cultural Festival held in Beijing this week that the day September 14 will henceforth be designated as Netizens’ Day in China.


Baidu Taps BrandLink Internet Advertising In China

Chinese search engine Baidu.com is currently developing a new search advertising model named BrandLink.


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.


Say Cheese: Photos Now Mandatory When Entering All Beijing Internet Cafes

The Beijing government has launched an enhanced Internet cafe monitoring rule which states that people who visit Internet cafes for the first time need to have their picture taken and have their identification cards scanned.


Taobao Will Merge With Alimama

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba Group has announced that the group will consolidate its two companies, Taobao.com and Alimama.com.


Google Cooperates With Top100.cn To Promote Music Search In China

Google’s (GOOG) China website and Top100.cn have jointly announced that the two companies will launch a music search service in the integrated searching functions of Google.cn.