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China says the allegations breakthrough “Outlook” service “no basis”
The news agency quoted the official Chinese “Xinhua” Xinhua on cyberspace regulator in Beijing as saying late Thursday that claims to penetrate the Chinese authorities e-mail “Outlook” service Oultlook “baseless slander.”
Came the comments made by a spokesman for the “virtual space management in China” CAC, Jiang John, in response to a report published last Monday an international commission of censorship on the Internet stating that the e-mail service, a subsidiary of Microsoft’s Chinese users were attacked piracy weekend.
GreatFire.Org and suggested that the “virtual space management in China” will be responsible for the attack, which she described as a kind of “man in the middle”, in which the kidnapping of an Internet connection is going to monitor and sometimes control the communications made through this channel.
The Xinhua news agency quoted Jiang as saying that the charge is intended to “incitement to dissatisfaction and distortion of space-mail management system in China.”
And became the attacks on foreign Internet services is increasingly common in China, which manages the mechanism for controlling the Internet is the most advanced in the world, known as the “Great Firewall” Great Firewall, to eliminate any signs of dissent or danger that might be exposed to the ruling Communist Party.
In the last month, has been closed e-mail service Gmail, a subsidiary of Google in China before the resumption of the service activity in a manner irregular and many disruptions, which many Chinese users were forced to adopt a local e-mail systems.Viewing:-210
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