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Intel to Train One Million Teachers in China

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by Mike Zazaian November 3, 2006 - 12:19am, 17 Comments >>

Chinese students using computers

In an effort to broaden the future of the Chinese technology market, Intel will spend some serious bucks to help Chinese teachers train students in IT.

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Yahoo Accused of Selling Out to China

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by Mike Zazaian November 1, 2006 - 1:46pm, 4 Comments >>

Yahoo Accused of Selling Out to China

UN members criticized American internet companies yesterday for leaking information about its users to stay in favor with the Chinese government.

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China to Require Real Names For Bloggers

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by Mike Zazaian October 23, 2006 - 7:21pm, 6 Comments >>

The Chinese Parliament in session

Just days after outlawing the practice of spreading “negative rumors” online, the Chinese government seeks to extend control over its online community by forcing bloggers to register blogs with their real names.

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Chinese District Outlaws Online Rumors

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by Mike Zazaian October 20, 2006 - 5:04pm, 2 Comments >>

Chinese District Outlaws Online Rumors

Government officials in the Chinese municipality of Chongqing have outlawed the practice of spreading malicious rumors online, penalizing citizens several hundreds of dollars for each instance.

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Overzealous Spam Bill Harms Hong Kong Businesses

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by Mike Zazaian October 12, 2006 - 2:32pm, 1 Comment >>

Hong Kong's Business District

Anti-spam legislation proposed under Hong Kong’s Unsolicited Electronic Messages Bill would make it illegal to send emails that contain any form of marketing, including those sent by legitimate businesses.

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AMD Partners With Top Chinese PC Company

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by Mike Zazaian September 29, 2006 - 4:38pm, 5 Comments >>

AMD headquarters

Despite entrenchment in an ongoing lawsuit Intel, AMD has partnered up with Founder Technology, the second-largest PC maker in China.

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China Seizes 13 Million Pirated Discs

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by Mike Zazaian September 18, 2006 - 11:38am, 6 Comments >>

Chinese officials destroy pirated materials

The Chinese government is waging a 100-day battle against software and media piracy, the largest such effort ever conducted.

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Chinese Computer Hands Down Prison Sentences

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by Mike Zazaian September 14, 2006 - 1:31pm, No Comments

Child waving a Chinese flag

A new piece of software being used in the Chinese legal system suggests prison sentences for judges to hand down to criminals.

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