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China Intensifies Controls on Search Engines and Online News Portals

China’s Internet Regulation to Ensure Security
China's Draft Cyber Law Requires Annual Security Assessment for Data-Exporting Firms

The CMS and ATLAS detectors of CERN's Large Hadron Collider.
India is Now an Associate Member of CERN, Operator of the Large Hadron Collider

The webcams were used by hackers to disrupt operations of major websites such as PayPal and Twitter.
China’s Xiongmai Recalls 10,000 Webcams After Cyberattack

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 A student uses a laptop on the street outside the Hong Kong Government Complex on Oct. 29, 2014, in Hong Kong.
China’s Tech Elite Mull Ways to Combat Fraudsters

China holds second World Internet Conference with President Xi Jinping as its speaker for the opening ceremony.
Xi Jinping Calls for Countries’ Broad Authority to Regulate Internet at Home

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

Experts say digital products for children have weaker online security.
VTech Hack Underscores Weaker Security in Digital Products for Kids

With increasing online activity comes increasing online vulnerability from hackers.
Cybercriminals Prey on China’s Huge Online Population

Qihoo's Qiku smartphone
Qihoo Founder Pins Hopes on Smartphone Domination with Qiku Phablet

Experts say digital products for children have weaker online security.
China Tightens Web Security, Puts More Teams in Key Internet Firms and Online Sites

China has created online police stations to secure netizens' private information.
China Ups Internet Security by Setting Up Online Police Stations

The Chinese government says allegations that it orchestrated the recent security breach in U.S. government computer systems as groundless.
Beijing Says Claims of Federal Cyberattack by Washington 'Unscientific'

Naive young netizens who are heavy Internet users and online shoppers are particularly vulnerable to cyber theft and hacking.
Biggest Internet Safety Campaign in China Launches in June

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