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From March 1, the Chinese government will outlaw the use of fake registration names for internet services such as blogs, social media, and chat platforms within its borders.
The Chinese government is rebuilding the country's legendary Internet filter to make access to social media websites and VPNs far more difficult.
The Chinese government has introduced new rules that require foreign tech companies to turn over source code, submit to audits, and build back doors into hardware and software.
The Chinese government is set to pour 40 billion yuan, or AU$7.8 billion, into a venture capital fund aimed at supporting startups in emerging industries and fostering innovation in the private sector.
Chinese government says it will allow foreign-owned e-commerce companies to operate in the Shanghai Free Trade Zone as part of a pilot program, but competition will be tough against local giants JD.com and Alibaba.
The Chinese government has been working for a long time on replacing foreign, largely American, technology with home-grown alternatives, but conditions are much better for them than in the past.
Chinese government will allow only those with full security clearance to be involved in government projects, potentially leaving foreign players out of such contracts.
Microsoft and the Chinese government appear to have reached a deal over back taxes.
Australian online crowdfunding platform Pozible has partnered with IDG Capital Partners and China's Shanghai-Nanxiang government to back Internet of Things startups.
Days after the iPhone 6 launched in mainland China, Apple wants to assure the Chinese government that the new device is safe and has no backdoors.
Fingers have been pointed at the Chinese government over alleged cyberattacks targeted at Apple's iCloud with the aim of furtively lifting user data.
The Chinese government is cracking down on Instagram, fearing dissidents and food porn. Europe is once again telling Google how it feels, and the FBI is releasing software. Plus more gov news 'round the globe.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella plans to visit China at a time when the company is under investigation by the Chinese government over alleged antitrust behavior.
Samsung has paid $2.3m to settle claims it provided wrong information to resellers about where some goods were manufactured.
Responding to reports that their products have been banned by the Chinese government, the security vendors say the restrictions do not apply to local governments and large enterprises in the country.
Chinese government investigators dropped in on multiple Microsoft offices throughout the country, according to reports.
Hackers have reportedly broken into US government systems that store personal data on federal employees.
U.S. internet safety giant is suspected of leaving backdoors in data loss prevention software. It denies the allegation.
Now that the Chinese government has revealed the patents within Microsoft's Android patent portfolio, Microsoft may soon be facing challenges from vendors over its Android patent licensing agreements.
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