The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) on Wednesday issued a regulation banning the use of malicious contents in netizens' account usernames, avatars, and personal introductions across all Internet services. The 10-clause CAC regulation ... Global Times, 4 weeks ago
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I'm getting the feeling that we are entering the final stages of a bull market. Typical signs1: companies buying large amounts of their own ... Dave
1:14pm: Meeting in Cyprus, the ECB will keep rates on hold, likely lift growth forecasts to reflect a string of positive data surprises but cut inflation projections as it incorporates the full effect of a dramatic oil price fall, backing its case ...WA Today, 1 day ago Markets Live: ASX fights back Sydney Morning Herald, 1 day ago
7:08am: "The governor pointed out in his statement that there's a degree of concern [about Sydney house prices]," Edwards told the AFR in an interview. "But it does seem to be, in recent months, more of a Sydney problem than a national problem ...WA Today, 1 day ago
BEIJING -As the world marked Safer Internet Day 2015 on Tuesday, which aims to promote safer and more responsible use of digital technology for children and young people, China was concerned about Internet safety in a broader sense. China had 648 ...China Daily Asia, 3 days ago China Voice: A safer Internet needs better governance Individual.com, 3 weeks ago A safer Internet needs better governance Pattaya Mail, 3 weeks ago
China has introduced new rules requiring Internet users to use their real names when registering for online accounts. A move Rogier Creemers views as another attempt by the authorities to control the Chinese cyberspace. ...Deutsche Welle, 3 days ago China will enforce use of real names when registering accounts online from March 1 Firstpost.com, 4 weeks ago China to ban Internet parody accounts, enforce real-name registration Owen Sound Sun Times, 4 weeks ago China to Require Real Name Registration on Internet Variety, 4 weeks ago
Baidu, Weibo, Tencent, and Alibaba move swiftly to conform to new rules mandated under the Great Firewall of China requiring all netizens to use their real names in their usernames. More than 60,000 accounts have been deleted to comply with the ...Tech Times, 4 days ago 60,000 Accounts Deleted from Social Media Sites in China The Next Web, 6 days ago Chinese internet firms shut down 60,000 accounts Times of India, 6 days ago China deletes 1000s of internet accounts NewsHub South Africa, 6 days ago
There's a natural ebb and flow to financial markets. It can be clear-cut Greed versus Fear - but often it's more leaning Risk Embracement or Risk Aversion. Yet these days, little is typical or "natural" when it comes to market behavior. Speculative ...Safe Haven, 5 days ago
China's social media operators including giants Sina, Baidu and Tencent and other online service providers have removed over 60,000 malicious online usernames, a move to support the government's recent regulation to clean up cyberspace. A statement ...Global Times, 1 week ago
"Over the past year, China has made striking achievements in Internet development. The number of Internet users reached 649 million. There are more than 4 million websites; the e-commerce transaction exceeded 13 trillion yuan, and Chinese companies ...People.com.cn, 2 weeks ago
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