60000 accounts deleted from QQ, WeChat, Weibo and others ahead of new

60000 accounts deleted from QQ, WeChat, Weibo and others ahead of new
China has attempted to implement a real-name registration policy for websites in the past but it never materialized. However, since President Xi Jinping took power in early 2013, there has been a clampdown on internet censorship and the new measures …
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A 70% jump in online sales in 2014 sparks higher profits for a Chinese
1 in the China 500, the company says it will invest more this year in its own e-commerce site ShopRobam.com. Wang says its company e-commerce site allows Robam to provide better service and foster interaction with customers. Robam also says it plans …
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Microsoft Blinks on Using Open Source Engine for Spartan Browser
Microsoft's past efforts to engineer IE were based on a "don't break the Web" approach, which involved sampling IE's compatibility across the top 9,000 Web sites. That approach tended to ignore user experiences on less visited sites, Microsoft found …
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