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          1. The Fourth UK-China Internet Roundtable

            Updated:2011-09-29 14:19

            (chinadaily.com.cn)

            The Fourth UK-China Internet Roundtable

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            The Fourth UK-China Internet Roundtable
            UK-China Internet Roundtable opens in Beijing
            Promote Internet development and safeguard security 
            Wang Chen, minister of the State Internet Information Office, makes a keynote speech.

            Social network websites 'pose a challenge'

            Active online exchange 'major feature' of China's Internet
              About the Roundtable
            The Fourth UK-China Internet Roundtable, co-sponsored by China's State Council Information Office and the UK Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, is held in Beijing from Sept 29 to 30.
             

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            The Fourth UK-China Internet Roundtable
            The Fourth UK-China Internet Roundtable
            The Fourth UK-China Internet Roundtable
            The Fourth UK-China Internet Roundtable
            The Fourth UK-China Internet Roundtable
             Liu Yunshan Wang Chen  Qian Xiaoqian Liu Zhengrong  Ed Vaizey
            The Fourth UK-China Internet Roundtable
            The Fourth UK-China Internet Roundtable
            The Fourth UK-China Internet Roundtable
            The Fourth UK-China Internet Roundtable
            The Fourth UK-China Internet Roundtable
             Llias Chantzos Stephen Crisp  Pierre Cheung Ma Huateng  Representatives

            Internet in China 

            500mInternet users  A growing market

            Growth in four areas

             
            China's Internet users has exceeded 500 million - an Internet popularization rate close to 40 percent. [More The number of China's micro-bloggers more than tripled during the first half of this year, and the number of group-purchasing users more than doubled. [More] The four areas are promoting Internet infrastructure construction, encouraging technology progress and application, accelerating Internet application... [More]

            The Fourth UK-China Internet Roundtable

            493,000cyber attacks  Officials and Weibo Police and Weibo

            Root out online pirates

            China suffered about 493,000 cyber attacks last year, about half of which originated abroad, particularly the United States and India.  [More By August 1, more than 10,000 government departments and officials across China had opened micro-blog accounts. [More] The number of official police weibo already exceeds 4,000, and almost 5,000 officers use the services to help in their work.[More]

            An online game company from Ningbo recently found a novel way to improve the intellectual property (IP) rights situation in the Internet business.[More]

            Previous Roundtable Coverage 

            The Fourth UK-China Internet Roundtable

            China prepared to defend administration of Net 

            China will promote the opening up of cyberspace and welcome foreign firms as long as they abide by Chinese laws and respect traditional Chinese culture.

            Internet offers netizens a new voice

            The Internet has become an increasingly important platform for the Chinese to express opinions on government policies and social issues, a senior Internet regulator has said.

            China, UK reach consensus on web economy

            The discussions in the forum examined the future development of the Internet economy, the opportunities for business in this evolution, especially with the development of new mobile Internet technologies and applications.

             

            White paper on the Internet in China 

            The Information Office of the State Council, or China's cabinet, published a white paper on the Internet in China in June 2010.Following is the full text

            ForewordThe Fourth UK-China Internet Roundtable

            I. Endeavors to Spur the Development and Application of the Internet

            II. Promoting the Extensive Use of the Internet

            III. Guaranteeing Citizens' Freedom of Speech on the Internet

            IV. Basic Principles and Practices of Internet Administration

            V. Protecting Internet Security

            VI. Active International Exchanges and Cooperation

            Concluding Remarks

             

             

             

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