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Control over the internet. China will send a policeman to each Baidu PDF Print E-mail
Friday, 07 August 2015 17:37
The Chinese authorities have presented measures to tighten control over online activities Ministry of Public Security of China has announced a new initiative designed to prevent "illegal activities on the Internet", associated with the spread of harmful rumors, pornography, weapons, drugs. Special police will appear in all the key Internet companies. According to the Ministry of Public Security, it is done due to the fact that Chinese users Internet "easy prey" cybercriminals. On Tuesday it became aware of the new measures the Chinese authorities to strengthen control over the activities of the Internet. The announcement of this was spread through the channels of official information the agency "Xinhua". According to the report the agency, the Ministry of Public Security of China is concerned that Chinese Internet users "can easily become victims of cyber attacks, online fraud, identity theft ... which represent a huge threat to national security and social stability. " In this regard, the Ministry intends to strengthen cooperation with the Administration for Cyberspace China and the Ministry of Industry and information Technology to prevent hacking attacks and data security. The most interesting point of the new measures is, of course, the promise to "improve oversight Postal and Telecommunications to combat criminal activity" and "to take decisive action to combat pornography rumors and information about terrorism, firearms or drugs. " Chinese hackers have made it to US officials FBI is investigating the hacking server federal agency, it is actually the personnel department of the federal US authorities. Breaking the server of the Office of Human Resources for the United States led to the abduction personal files of 4 million US employees of federal agencies. The Americans accuse Chinese hackers attack Apparently, it is in the framework of improving the surveillance and determined struggle Ministry intends to set up special police stations in major Internet companies. List of companies do not Unknown, however, there is no special need to: Chinese Internet is literally controlled by three leading companies - Internet service provider Baidu Inc., the online retailer Alibaba Group Holdings Ltd and the company Tencent Holdings Ltd, which specializes in online games, instant messaging services and online forums. Because messages are also not clear whether the requirement of physical presence and offices in kiberpolitseyskih Internet companies also apply to existing foreign companies in China. The new rules adopted against the background of consideration even more ambitious measures to control the activities of the Internet: the authorities are considering a bill giving them even more control in the area. The authorities believe the adoption of this law a priority, referring to the stories of Edward Snowden, who worked under contract with the US National Security Agency, that The United States uses technology companies to spy on the authorities of other countries. The United States and several other countries, in turn, accused Chinese hackers, in particular the so-called division of 61398 the People's Liberation Army of China, in conducting large-scale cyber attacks on government websites abroad and theft of state and commercial information. IN Specifically, according to the FBI, it is the activity of the Chinese state or state-supported institutions has led to the growth of economic cybercrimes by 53%. In addition, Chinese hackers are suspected of organizing the theft of personal data of 22 million current and former officials at the federal level, stored in the Office of Human Resources for the United States.

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