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WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange participates via video link at a news conference marking the 10th anniversary of the secrecy-spilling group.
China Couldn't Care Less About Latest WikiLeaks Document Dump by the US

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Investigation of Chinese Computer Hackers Reveals Law Firms Vulnerable to Security Attack

A Chinese firm is in hot water after discovery of software vulnerability in its tech products.
Chinese Company Denies Compromising User Privacy with Secret Backdoor on Mobile Phones

President Xi pushes for tighter cybersecurity measures.
Xi Calls for Tighter Internet Security; Domestic Firms Told to Hurry Up

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Those who are caught selling stolen personal data in China could serve seven years in jail.
Leaked Personal Data of 200,000 Child Patients Being Sold for $4,900

China has implemented stricter regulations regarding the operation of commercial websites' local branches.
China Goes After Erring Commercial Websites, Beefs Up Cybersecurity Efforts

Chinese President Xi Jinping (C) talks with Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg (R) as China's Internet czar Lu Wei looks on in this Sept. 23, 2015 photo.
China Will Keep Cyberspace Doors Open, Says Internet Watchdog Chief

The new law requires content to be published on servers found within China.
China and Hong Kong See Rise in Cybercrime: Survey

New recruits make phone calls at a military training base in Xining, Qinghai Province, China, on Jan. 13, 2007.
Chinese Military Base Bans Cars with Data Recorders

Industry experts say there is no assurance that China’s insurance regulator will revise its rules in response to the criticisms.
Various Tech Firms Reject China's Cybersecurity Regulations

According to media reports, 52 executives have left their positions in leading state-owned financial institutions.
China’s Draft Cybersecurity Law Stokes Fears of Increased Censorship, Irks Businesses

As cyberterrorism rises, representatives from various countries are working together to condemn the said act.
Chinese Official Calls on International Community to Stand Against Cyberterrorism

IBM’s recent partnership with China’s Teamsun, which involves sharing of proprietary technology, has drawn criticism from the U.S.
IBM’s Technology Sharing Agreement with Chinese Company Ruffles Feathers in the U.S.

A map of China through a magnifying glass on a computer screen showing binary code.
Removal of Over 60,000 Usernames for China’s Healthy Online Environment

Experts say digital products for children have weaker online security.
Using Real Names in Cyberspace Is Not Tyranny and Just One Part of the Picture

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