Internet filtering in China Article (PDF Available) in IEEE Internet Computing 7(2):70 - 77 · April 2003 with 631 Reads How we measure 'reads'
Apr 24, 2008 · China has the world's "most sophisticated" Internet filtering system, according to the OpenNet Initiative, an academic cooperative that tracks censorship issues. At the heart of China's censorship efforts is a delicate balancing act. Mar 18, 2009 · One of the sharpest challenges yet to China's stifling attempts at Internet censorship comes in the form of a lowly alpaca. Actually, the alpaca-like creature starring in online videos and lining Chinese store toy shelves is a mythical "grass-mud horse" — whose name in Chinese sounds just like a vulgar expression involving a sex act and, well, your mother. Apr 16, 2012 · Additionally, individuals are also required to provide personal details to even use a cybercafe. After Iran was China, which had "pervasive" political and conflict/security filtering, along with Mar 26, 2003 · Abstract: We collected data on the methods, scope, and depth of selective barriers to Internet usage through networks in China. Tests conducted from May through November 2002 indicated at least four distinct and independently operable Internet filtering methods - Web server IP address, DNS server IP address, keyword, and DNS redirection with a quantifiable leap in filtering sophistication China’s central government has cracked down on press freedom as the country expands its international influence, but in the internet age, many of its citizens hunger for a free flow of information. China maintains one of the most pervasive and sophisticated regimes of Internet filtering and information control in the world. The community of Chinese Internet users continues to grow, while the state simultaneously increases its capacity to restrict content that might threaten social stability or state control through tight regulations on domestic media, delegated liability for online
China has come a long way in the area of internet filtering since 1994, when the internet was first introduced commercially. The Chinese government holds tight control over China’s media and its General Administration of Press and Publication (GAPP) as well as Public of Ministry of Public Security regulates.
China has come a long way in the area of internet filtering since 1994, when the internet was first introduced commercially. The Chinese government holds tight control over China’s media and its General Administration of Press and Publication (GAPP) as well as Public of Ministry of Public Security regulates. Blocking, Filtering, and Monitoring | Congressional
China’s government has unveiled a smarter and stricter Internet filter, riling web users and widening the divide between China’s Internet and the World Wide Web.
A filter blocked the Web site of former House Majoirty Leader Richard Armey because it detected the word "dick," according to "Internet Filters, a public policy report," a 2001 study from the