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Submission + - China censor software team verging on collapse (bbc.co.uk)

katarn writes: Apparently domestic and international pressure, security vulnerabilities, and a 2.2Bn lawsuit over alleged stolen code have taken their toll on China's Green Dam software censorship program. Green Dam is a separate program from the "Great Firewall of China", which remains firmly in place. According to Green Dam program partners, funding for the project has not been renewed. The project development team has been shut down and the installation and aftercare team is facing closure. Unsurprisingly there has been no official comment from official Chinese authorities.
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China censor software team verging on collapse

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