Walled Off

December 2011
Forbes Asia;Dec2011, Vol. 7 Issue 14, p32
The article reports on new computer security measures adopted by the Chinese authority. In its efforts to block certain services the government does not approve, it is looking for certain security measures. The article also offers information on anticensorship and anonymity service Tor. It is stated how the Chinese government has been on the hunt for censorship circumvention tools.


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