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Dirty Business for China’s Internet Scrubbers

A recent Southern People Weekly article translated by CDT revealed the world of official espionage in China: officials bugging rivals to gather ammunition, and allies to assess their loyalty. A report at Caixin describes another...

China Targets Internet in Crime Sweep

From AP: Seeking to ferret out online games considered overly violent or unhealthy, China has targeted illegal Web sites, computer markets and Internet cafes as part of a campaign to rein in juvenile crime. The crackdown,...

Researchers Map China’s Underground Cybercrime Economy – Ryan Naraine

From Ryan Naraine’s Zero Day blog on ZDNet: Researchers from Peking University in Beijing and the University of Mannheim in Germany released a paper this week that aims to map the underground cybercrime economy in China. The paper concludes that 1.49 percent of the 145,000 most popular sites in China “contain some kind of malicious […]

Can a Computer Virus be “Patriotic”? — Zhang Dongfeng

Images and story from Southern Metropolis Daily, via Sina, translated by CDT: Recently, a special “intelligent” virus has emerged from the Chinese Internet. This Win32/KillDPT virus can decide to suspend the operating system or create intrusive damage based on different languages used on the computer, to ensure the use of the simplified Chinese character system. […]

Child Crime on the Rise in China – Middle East Times

The Ministry of Public Security in China has identified internet use as a major factor in the increasing number of crimes that children in China commit. From the Middle East Times: BEIJING — The number of children arrested in China has increased by a third in the past three years, state media said Thursday, with […]

Police blame law for Net crime – Xinhua

From Xinhua via Shanghai Daily (link): CHINA’S police are struggling to clamp down on rampant Internet crime in the face of vague and inadequate laws, senior police say. “The most common crimes involve theft, racketeering, fraud of on-line resources and services, mass disruption and inconvenience to the public,” said Xu Jianzhuo, deputy director of the […]

Let Us See What The Chinese Internet Police Do Each Day – Wenxue City

ESWN has translated the following article, which originally appeared on Wenxue City: The principal work of the Internet police is to look around the Internet to catch criminals. They monitor the Internet bars, they look for pornographic, reactionary and other harmful material on the Internet and they solve Internet crimes based upon the clues. There […]

ESWN: The Greatest Internet Crime Trial in China

From ESWN: Here is a photo of a public trial being held at the Middle-level Number 1 People’s Court in the city of Hofei in Anhui province.¬† There are eleven defendants altogether.¬† They are being accused of being part of a criminal enterprise based upon an Internet forum… So what exactly were they doing that […]

Court to deal with Internet crimes (Xinhua)

“A local court in Beijing recently set up a workgroup to deal with cases associated with the Internet as an effort to probe into the legal issues relating to cyberspace.” The full article is here.

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