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Which of Your Favourite Websites Are Blocked in China?

Posted on March 03, 2017 by John Lynch |Leave a comment|

It’s no secret that many websites that the average Westerner visits on a daily basis are blocked in China. With its strict online censorship, the nation believes it is protecting national security, as well as preventing ‘dangerous’ Western ideologies, fashions and anti-state sentiments from being viewed or discussed on the internet.

Read more:Is the Great Firewall of China Threatening Business?

Here we’ve created a brief outline of the types of sites you may struggle to access when visiting the nation:

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Is China's Censorship Extending to Apps?

Posted on March 02, 2017 by John Lynch |Leave a comment|

In January 2017, China ordered Apple to remove the New York Times app from its app store as part of a major crackdown on apps used within the country.

China then announced that all app stores operating within its borders must register with the Cyberspace Administration. It is hoped this will help in the fight against cybercrime, as well as provide tighter controls over currently uncensored content.

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Maytech’s China Monthly Update – February 2017

Posted on March 01, 2017 by John Lynch |Leave a comment|

If you frequently send secure file transfers to China, then you may like to read the latest cybersecurity news stories from the People's Republic.

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Maytech’s China Monthly Update – January 2017

Posted on February 09, 2017 by John Lynch |Leave a comment|

Happy New Year from the team here at Maytech! Let’s start 2017 off right by brushing up on the latest news from tech giant China.

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Russia to Create Chinese-Like Great Firewall

Posted on January 23, 2017 by John Lynch |Leave a comment|

We frequently post on this blog about the Great Firewall of China and how it protects the Chinese people, but also hinders internet users and China file sharing at the same time - but recent reports claim that Russia is now considering its own state controlled internet system.

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Maytech’s China Monthly Update – December 2016

Posted on January 11, 2017 by John Lynch |Leave a comment|

What was happening in the world of China file sharing, technology and security at the end of 2016? We summarise some of the main stories in one place. Read our roundup below.

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Millennials Are Shaking Up China's Tech Industry

Posted on January 11, 2017 by John Lynch |Leave a comment|

It is well-known than young employees and new graduates can bring fresh insights to a business that has been trading for many years, but many young workers in China are forcing tech companies to change their attitudes.

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The Problem With Email Communication in China

Posted on October 13, 2016 by John Lynch |Leave a comment|

Email security is a big issue right now. Hillary Clinton may be the most famous (or infamous) story concerning the safety of email messaging, but across the world individuals and organisations are finding that email communication isn't as safe as it needs to be.

In China, data security is always somewhat of a hot potato. It's an open secret that Chinese Government officials spy on internet traffic and analyse emails (although they officially deny this), while terms such as 'Ferrari', 'democracy' and 'Tianenmen Square', among hundreds of others, are blocked from search results in the country's version of Google, Baidu.

And when it comes to email, the People's Republic has a number of issues with that too. I take a look at China's problems with email: Continue reading →

Maytech’s China Monthly Update – September 2016

Posted on October 12, 2016 by John Lynch |Leave a comment|

The summer has now drawn to a close and we’re officially into autumn, but what were the biggest stories about China cyber security and data file sharing towards the end of the season? Take a look below:

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Understanding China's Complicated Cyber Security Laws

Posted on September 15, 2016 by John Lynch |Leave a comment|

Maytech provides secure and fast file transfer to and from China, and is one of few ISO 27001 certified companies that can provide a successful solution to the Great Firewall of China woes.

Millions of people in China have their internet use restricted by the Chinese government. And although it is in the ‘best interest’ of the people and security, for many it causes issues. Popular sites are blocked, services are restricted and internet use in general is slow and unreliable.

In order to explain the complexity of providing a working solution to these constraints, here we focus on the existing and recently drafted Chinese security laws that govern the internet and tech in the country:

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