Gmail Users Warned of State-Sponsored Attacks

Google has begun to issue warnings to people whose accounts or computers it believes may have been targeted by unnamed state-sponsored actors. The announcement on the company’s security blog did not specify any particular...

Why Were Gmail Users Targeted in China Hack? (Updated)

More information is coming out about Chinese hackers who attacked American e-mail accounts, including those from Gmail and Yahoo. It seems that many personal accounts of American government officials were targeted. From the...

Gmail Disruption In China Could Signal Tighter Control

Gmail users in China are noticing slow or inaccessible service.  Experts suggest this isn’t due to new technology, but rather an effort to quell any whispers of political unrest.  Read the article in PC World here: Chinese...

China: ISP Level Gmail Phishing

Oiwan Lam writes about ISP level phishing attempts, at Global Voices Advocacy: In the past few days, there are many reports from Chinese internet users saying that when they try to access gmail account, they are redirected to a...

In China, Google Grapples with Gmail Domain Dispute – Reuters

From Reuters via Cnet: Google, fighting to consolidate its trademark globally, faces an obstacle in the world’s second largest Web market–China’s, which is refusing to sell its Internet address to the U.S. giant. A legal source told Reuters on Monday that Google was trying to buy the Internet domain name, which is run […]



Subscribe to CDT


Browsers Unbounded by Lantern

Now, you can combat internet censorship in a new way: by toggling the switch below while browsing China Digital Times, you can provide a secure "bridge" for people who want to freely access information. This open-source project is powered by Lantern, know more about this project.

Google Ads 1

Giving Assistant

Google Ads 2

Anti-censorship Tools

Life Without Walls

Click on the image to download Firefly for circumvention

Open popup

Welcome back!

CDT is a non-profit media site, and we need your support. Your contribution will help us provide more translations, breaking news, and other content you love.