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Santa Barbara, California-based Cybersitter is suing the Chinese government for $2 billion after accusing the country of stealing its technology to block Internet access to political and religious sites in China.
Despite reports on Tuesday that Chinaâ€™s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology would delay its plans to mandate computer makers to bundle filtering software with all computers, officials say the initiative will carry on.
Chinaâ€™s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology on Tuesday announced that it would back away from previous plans to force computer makers to bundle filtering software with all computers.
Google services in some parts of China have been interrupted as the search engine giant is accused of proliferating vulgar content in its Web searches by Chinaâ€™s Foreign Ministry.
Prominent US trade executives announced they have submitted a request to the Chinese government pushing for the relinquishment of a new rule demanding all computers be installed with Internet filtering software.
Government-Mandated Software Raises Censorship, Security & Choice Concerns ATLANTA, June 23 /PRNewswire/ -- InternetSafety.com today criticized the Chinese government's decision to mandate the installation of Green Dam filtering software on every PC starting July 1, citing censorship and security concerns as well as the unprecedented attempt to force nationwide adoption of a single software product to control children's Internet use.
A software company in California has alleged that stolen programming code is being used in Internet-filtering software which China has mandated for all new personal computers.
Starting next month, the Chinese government will be requiring that the Green Dam Youth Escort filtering software be installed on all computers.
The government of China is mandating that all personal computers sold within the country to include software that blocks pornographic web sites and other sites it deems objectionable.