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Travel after changing Hong Kong laws

On May 28 , the Chinese government in Beijing signaled that it would press for and enforce new security laws in Hong Kong. Once enacted, which could happen as soon as June, Beijing will better be able to control the judicial system in Hong Kong, as well as curb anti-government protests and other civil liberties. Beijing deems the changes necessary to control dissent and threats to national security. The move has been widely rebuked by foreign governments, including the United States and Canad...
Tags: Travel, Asia, Hong Kong, China, US, Eu, Beijing, Canada, Britain, United States, Brussels, Donald Trump, Wall Street Journal, Scmp, All, Trump


Students ‘abandoned’ in Wuhan

Africans living in China want to be evacuated The post Students ‘abandoned’ in Wuhan appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: China, Africa, Article, Sierra Leone, Algeria, Kazakhstan, Mauritius, Wuhan, Ghana, Seychelles, Botswana, Chinese Government, Quarantine, Coronavirus, African governments, Lieden University


Report: Chinese EV Subsidies May Be Coming Back

It could be argued that a large portion of the Chinese economy has been propped up by government programs, with electric vehicles making one of the best examples. With a vested interest in battery technology, China did everything it could to encourage industry players to focus on EVs while subsidizing their purchase by consumers. The […] The post Report: Chinese EV Subsidies May Be Coming Back appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: China, Electric Vehicles, Auto Industry, Autos, Industry News, Chinese Government, PRC, News Blog, Government Incentives, EV subsidies, Chinese auto market


A spent Chinese rocket booster destroyed part of a village near the launching site

On at 8:55am local time on Saturday, November 23, 2019, the Chinese government "successfully" launched a Long March 3B carrier rocket into orbit. Leaving from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center, the Yuanzheng-1 upper was carrying two Beidou satellites—basically China's version of GPS. I say "successfully" in quotes because, while the rocket and satellites reached their destination, they also happened to drop one of their lower rocket boosters on someone's house, along with some toxic propellant...
Tags: South Korea, Post, News, China, Space Exploration, Rocket Launch, Chinese Government, Sina Weibo, Andrew Jones, Space Launch System, Yuanzheng, Collateral Damage, Xichang, Aerospace Engineering, Beidou, Rocket Science


Apple Under Fire Over Sending Some Users Browsing Data to China's Tencent

Do you know Apple is sending iOS web browsing data of some of its users to Chinese Internet company Tencent? I am sure many of you are not aware of this, neither was I, and believe me, none of us could expect this from a tech company that promotes itself as a champion of consumer privacy. Late last week, it was widely revealed that starting from at least iOS 12.2, Apple silently integrated [Author: [email protected] (Swati Khandelwal)]
Tags: Apple, China, Tech, Cyber Security, Tencent, Privacy Breach, Safari Web Browser, Web Browser Security, Chinese Government, Google Safe Browsing, Swati Khandelwal, Tencent China, Apple iOS, Apple privacy, Safe Web Search


Apple Sells Out Pro-Democracy Protesters in Hong Kong to Appease Chinese Government

Apple removed a smartphone app used by pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong late Wednesday in the tech giant’s latest capitulation to China’s authoritarian government. The app, HKmap.live, allowed users to see Hong Kong police movements via crowdsourced information as cops in the region continue to brutalize the…Read more...
Tags: Apple, Hong Kong, Science, China, Nba, Donald Trump, Houston Rockets, Hong Kong protests, New Cold War, Chinese Government, Daryl Morey, Carrie Lam, President Trump, Concentration Camps, Uyghurs, Uyghur


The Dangers Of Chinese Controlled Data

Opinion The Dangers Of Chinese Controlled Data U.S.A. –-(Ammoland.com)- As American gun owners well know, attacks on our freedoms come in many forms, so it is good to stay updated on emerging threats. Internet freedom is something that most Americans take for granted. We assume everyone around the globe can access any site they want to read, but that isn't the case in countries like China. This restriction could one day directly affect your access to freedom life websites like AmmoLand News....
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Twitter, Europe, Sweden, Guns, US Government, China, Nokia, US, Vodafone, Darpa, Finland, Vpn, Freedom Of Speech


China's growing NZ footprint raises big questions

Westland takeover brings into focus the footprint of Chinese Government-backed companies, writes Fran O'Sullivan. A national strategy needs to be formed to ensure New Zealand does thrive and prosper in sectors where it is considered... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, China, New Zealand, Westland, Chinese Government, Sullivan


In the national interest

Westland takeover brings into focus the footprint of Chinese Government-backed companies, writes Fran O'Sullivan. A national strategy needs to be formed to ensure New Zealand does thrive and prosper in sectors where it is considered... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, New Zealand, Westland, Chinese Government, Sullivan


Chinese censors incinerate entire run of a kickstarted Call of Cthulhu RPG sourcebook

Julio writes, "Sons of the Singularity is a small RPG publisher. Last year, they kickstarted The Sassoon Files, a sourcebook for the popular Call of Cthulhu RPG and Trail of Cthulhu RPG. As a lot of publishers, theydid the printing in China. The same day that the print was finished, a Chinese Government decided that it was "problematic", so they burned the entire print run. Targeting foreign publications is a first, specially when it seems there wasn't anything problematic (the supplement was b...
Tags: Publishing, Video, Games, News, China, Censorship, Beijing, Shanghai, Kickstarter, Rpgs, Cthulhu, Chinese Government, Don, Julio, Fhtagn, Sons of the Singularity


The Chinese government is putting tracking chips into school uniforms to watch every move kids make

Just when you thought that the Chinese government's extensive surveillance of the country's citizens couldn't get any creepier or more intrusive, Xi Jingping slyly raises an eyebrow and asks the west to hold his Tsingtao: From The Epoch Times: In China’s latest quest to build an all-seeing surveillance state, schools have become part of the state’s monitoring apparatus. Students at more than 10 schools in Guizhou Province, one of China’s poorest provinces, and the neighboring Guangxi region are...
Tags: School, Post, Human Rights, News, Privacy, Children, China, George Orwell, Gps, Facial Recognition, Chinese Government, Sina Weibo, Guizhou Province, Global Times, Guangxi, Tsingtao


Trump administration considering deep background checks on Chinese students

If you want an example of how big of a problem Chinese espionage is, you needn't look any further than the warnings that Canada and the United States have been throwing at corporations and governmental organizations about the use of gear built by tech companies with ties to the Chinese government. Apparently, the issue extends beyond the use of smartphones and cellular networking hardware built by Huawei and ZTE: the US Government is thinking about conducting deep background checks on Chinese n...
Tags: Post, News, China, US, Intelligence, Canada, United States, Espionage, Huawei, Spies, Trump, Chinese Government, Reuters, Trump Administration, Travel Ban, Daderot Own


Electric vehicle makers serving up customer location data to China on a silver platter

There's been quite a bit of bad ink surrounding Tesla electric vehicles this year: delays in production, growing rumors about subpar customer service, former employees blowing the whistle on dangerous, indifferent working conditions in Tesla assembly plants and logistical woes to name a few. According to The Washington Post, Tesla owners in China can add in-car state surveillance to the list. Apparently, the Chinese government has demanded that Tesla vehicles purchased in China send a steady st...
Tags: Apple, Electric Vehicle, Europe, Post, News, Privacy, Washington Post, China, General Motors, Tesla, Xi Jinping, Associated Press, Nissan, Mass Surveillance, Chinese Government, United States Japan


5 Horrible Things Happening To Uyghur Muslims in Chinese Secret Camps

By Gulnaz Uighur In 1949 two things happened, first was the establishment of the People’s Republic of China and second was the invasion of East Turkestan by them. Soon after these events, the world witnessed ‘cultural revolution’ under Mao Zedong. It was one of the most dreadful phases in my people’s history. History is repeating itself. Today again two things are happening, current Chinese leader Xi Jinping, an early comrade of Mao and an atheist, is exercising his power over China and has sent...
Tags: Politics, China, Religion, European Union, World, Beijing, United States, Xi Jinping, Current Affairs, Malaysia, Rape, Islam, United Nations, Battle, Chinese communist party, Party


Chinese Government Using Supermicro Motherboards To Spy on U.S. Allegedly

The allegations are that the Chinese government has been using hardware-based spyware in Supermicro motherboards that are manufactured in China to spy on major U.S. companies. The post Chinese Government Using Supermicro Motherboards To Spy on U.S. Allegedly appeared first on ThinkComputers.org.
Tags: China, Spying, Spyware, All News, Hardware News, Chinese Government, Supermicro


Google Secretly Planning to Launch a Censored Search Engine in China

After an eight-year-long absence from the most populated country in the world, Google search is going to dramatically make a comeback in China. Google is reportedly planning to launch a censored version of its search engine in China that is going to blacklist certain websites and search terms to comply with Chinese government’s attempts to censor the Internet, a whistleblower revealed. [Author: [email protected] (Mohit Kumar)]
Tags: Google, China, Tech, Baidu Search Engine, Android Apps, Search Engine, Google Search Engine, Chinese Government, Mohit Kumar, Internet Censorship, China Censorship, China Google, Search Engine Apps


The More You Know: There Are at Least 487 Electric Vehicle Manufacturers in China Right Now

We’ve mentioned Chinese startups working on electric vehicles in the past. You’ve got the American-based (but Chinese-owned) Faraday Future that couldn’t pay its bills, its big brother LeSEE (which is facing similar troubles), the performance-focused NIO, the luxury-minded Byton, the German-named Weltmeister, and a handful of others making ink every so often. While EV startups from […] The post The More You Know: There Are at Least 487 Electric Vehicle Manufacturers in China Right Now appeared f...
Tags: China, Production, Electric Vehicles, Autos, Automotive Industry, Electric Cars, Faraday Future, Chinese Government, News Blog, Overcapacity


Apple Moves iCloud Data and Encryption Keys for Chinese Users to China

Apple has finally agreed to open a new Chinese data center next month to comply with the country's latest controversial data protection law. Apple will now move the cryptographic keys of its Chinese iCloud users in data centers run by a state-owned company called Cloud Big Data Industrial Development Co, despite concerns from human rights activists. In 2017, China passed a Cybersecurity Law [Author: [email protected] (Mohit Kumar)]
Tags: Apple, China, Tech, Icloud, Encryption Keys, Chinese Government, Mohit Kumar, Icloud Hacking, Apple icloud account, Chinese laws, Icloud Encryption Keys, Icloud Security, Cloud Big Data Industrial Development Co


Chinese firm gets approval for big Auckland land deal

A company owned by the Chinese Government has been given permission to buy 42.3 hectares of land in Auckland's north west - the equivalent of more than 40 rugby fields.Universal Homes, which the Overseas Investment Office (OIO)... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, Auckland, Chinese Government, Overseas Investment Office OIO, Universal Homes


China: China's Financial Services Sector More Opened Up To Foreign Investors - Simmons & Simmons

On 10 November 2017, the Chinese Government announced that China will further open up its financial services sector.
Tags: News, China, Chinese Government, Simmons


Chinese Man Gets 5-Year Prison for Running 'Unauthorized' VPN Service

While continuing its crackdown on services that help Chinese citizens to bypass Great Firewall, Chinese authorities have sentenced a man to five-and-a-half years in prison for selling a VPN service without obtaining a proper license from the government. Earlier this year, the Chinese government announced a ban on "unauthorized" VPN services, making it mandatory for companies to obtain an [Author: [email protected] (Wang Wei)]
Tags: Tech, Hacking News, Vpn, Vpn Software, Chinese Government, Wang Wei, Great Firewall Of China, ios VPN apps, Website Blocked


Chinese Man Jailed For Selling VPNs that Bypass Great Firewall

Image source: goldenfrog In an effort to continue its crackdown on VPNs, Chinese authorities have arrested a 26-year-old man for selling VPN software on the Internet. China's Supreme Court has sentenced Deng Jiewei from Dongguan in Guangdong province, close to Hong Kong, to nine months in prison for selling virtual private network (VPN) software through his own small independent website. [Author: [email protected] (Wang Wei)]
Tags: Hong Kong, Tech, Hacking News, Vpn, Guangdong, Vpn Software, Chinese Government, Wang Wei, Dongguan, Great Firewall Of China, ios VPN apps, Website Blocked, Internet China s Supreme Court, Deng Jiewei


China Enforces Real-Name Policy to Regulate Online Comments

If you reside in China, your Internet life within the borders will soon be even more challenging. Last Friday, China's top Internet regulator announced a new set of rules that would force citizens to post comments using their real-world identities on Internet forums and other web platforms. Yes, you heard that right. Anonymity is about to die in the country. The Cyberspace Administration of [Author: [email protected] (Wang Wei)]
Tags: Privacy, China, Tech, Anonymous, Chinese Government, Wang Wei, Private Data, Privacy Laws, Anonymous comments


Microsoft Unveils Special Version of Windows 10 For Chinese Government

China is very strict about censorship, which is why the country has become very paranoid when it comes to adopting foreign technologies. The country banned Microsoft's Windows operating system on government computers in 2014 amid concerns about security and US surveillance. Even in the wake of that, China had been pushing its custom version of Windows XP and its forked version of Ubuntu [Author: [email protected] (Wang Wei)]
Tags: Microsoft, China, US, Tech, Windows 10, Technology News, Windows Xp, Chinese Government, Microsoft Windows 10, Wang Wei


Yahoo Sued for Mismanaging Settlement Funds for Jailed Chinese Dissidents

Yet another company has been slapped with a lawsuit. Yahoo Inc is being sued by a group of Chinese dissidents on claims that the company “failed to safeguard more than $17 million it pledged to help jailed Chinese dissidents in a 2007 settlement.” According to the lawsuit, Yahoo “willfully turned a blind eye while Harry Wu, a high-profile political activist charged with administering the funds, used them for personal gain.” The post Yahoo Sued for Mismanaging Settlement Funds for Jailed Chinese ...
Tags: Lawsuit, Yahoo, News & Politics, Lawsuits & Litigation, Chinese Government, Verdicts & Settlements, Yahoo Inc, Chinese Dissidents, Harry Wu, Lawsuit Settlement Fund


China: China's RoHS 2: Changes And Impacts - Dentons

On 6 January 2016, the Chinese Government published the new piece of regulatory legislation named "Administrative Measures for Restriction of Use of Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Products".
Tags: News, China, Chinese Government


Startups in China have to invest the Digital Landscape

Attracting more investments means more chances of production and consumption. Chinese start up uses different types of techniques for domestic product consumption and for international product consumption. With careful analysis and exact forecasting they plan to invest in profit generic products and services. Chinese startup plans are different because lots of decisions are made by expertise to get early success in the competitive markets. Digital landscapes and digital entrepreneurs’ take caref...
Tags: China, Sales, Startup, Chinese Government, China China


Apple to build research, development facility in China by end of 2016

Apple has committed to building a research and development center in China this year. Construction could wrap up as soon as "the end of this year," according to Reuters. The post Apple to build research, development facility in China by end of 2016 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Mobile, China, Trends, R&D, Chinese Government, Reuters


China’s government annually shares 488 million fake social media posts

A new study has revealed the staggering extent of fake, pro-government social media posts being shared by workers employed by China's Communist Party, and lays bare the state's meticulous social media strategy. The post China’s government annually shares 488 million fake social media posts appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: China, Trends, Social Media, Web, Communist Party, Chinese Government, Great Firewall Of China


China’s fake wall of social media posts is driving its citizens to distraction

A new study has revealed the staggering extent of fake, pro-government social media posts being shared by workers employed by China's Communist Party, and lays bare the state's meticulous social media strategy. The post China’s fake wall of social media posts is driving its citizens to distraction appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: China, Trends, Social Media, Web, Communist Party, Chinese Government, Great Firewall Of China