Posts Tagged ‘youtube’

Censorship Is LinkedIn’s China Friend As It Boasts User Milestone

LinkedIn Censorship in ChinaShen Boyang, LinkedIn’s global vice president and China president, said that the company’s number of users in China has surpassed …


Facebook Hits The Same Wall As Apple In China

The leaders of Facebook and Apple were in China this past week on separate missions with the same goal: gain better transparency and more access to the Chinese market. Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg was in Beijing for an event at a local university, and Apple’s Tim Cook met with Chinese Vice Premier Ma Kai to review […]


Facebook’s Rumored Chinese Sales Office Faces Potential Problems

Facebook reportedly plans to establish a sales office in China to serve local advertisers in the country. Vaughan Smith, Facebook’s enterprise development vice president, said in a statement that Chinese companies have gradually become a major advertiser group for Facebook. Therefore, the company continues to explore new methods to support local services in China and […]


It’s Official: Google Ends Search Service In Mainland China

Google is now redirecting users from its mainland China website to its Hong Kong website as “a sensible solution to the challenges” the company faces.
In a blog post on the company’s official site, David Drummond, senior vice president for corporate development and chief legal officer, stated: “Figuring out how to make good on our promise […]


YouTube Launches Simplified Chinese Interface

YouTube.com, a video website owned by Google, has formally launched its Simplified Chinese interface, marking the key step for Google’s indirect entry into China’s video sector.


SARFT Punishes Illegal Chinese Internet Video Service Providers

China’s State Administration of Radio, Film and Television has published the results of online audio and video service provider checks it has recently completed and it has punished websites that have been involved in illegal operations.


Tudou.com May Limit Users’ Uploading Of Videos

Though Chinese Internet video website Tudou.com closed for twenty-four hours last Friday to move its servers, there are still rumors that the website may take further corrective measures to better comply with Chinese laws.