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New top-level domains to distinguish companies with Chinese Internet-users. BEIJING, July 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC) prepares
Fadi Chehadé to reaffirm organization’s commitment to Chinese stakeholders (PRWEB) February 11, 2014 ICANN President and Chief Executive Officer
The Chinese government is blaming the largest denial-of-service (DoS) attack it has ever received for bringing down part of its Internet. The attackers disrupted service to many sites with the .cn domain shortly after 2 AM local time.
As a Premium Partner, 22.cn will exclusively offer its customers premium domains listed on Afternic, adding millions of domains to its customer offering. WALTHAM,
Internet usage in China soared last year, as the country saw 51 million more surfers added in 2012 over 2011, representing a 10% increase. All told, some 564 million Chinese citizens logged onto the Internet in 2012, the majority of whom did so from their mobile devices.
The world is becoming increasingly mobile, and as technology continues to advance, our want to take the world with us on the go is satiated.
More than a third of China’s 1.4 billion residents are now Internet friendly with nearly half of those microblogging on weibo -- China’s version of Twitter -- voicing their opinions on everything from major events to corruption and scandals.
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