Dynamic MapReport

World News   USA   California   Bay Area   Mountain View   Politics   Global Politics   Bay Area & China (14)
Mountain View, Bay Area & China Timeline Monday, May 7 Bookmark and Share     Author
Search Bay Area News Atlas:

China renews Google license
World News (12) World Bay Area & China USA (335) California (187) Bay Area (11) Bay Area Bay Area & China (88) Mountain View (155) Politics (86) Global Politics (36) Bay Area & China (14)
Censorship (4) Censoring (3) China Policy (2)
2011 (2) 2010 (10) 2006 (1) 2002 (1)
   Google (14)
Bay Area & China on Wikipedia Bay Area & China on Web

E-mail (28)   Google High Tech Crime (8)   China (47)   Censoring (3)   Google Global Politics (35)
Google: China blocking its email services  Google said the Chinese government is interfering with its email services in China, making it difficult for users to gain access to its Gmail program China 'orchestrated Google hack'  Wikileaks: Senior Chinese figures were behind the hacking of Google earlier this year which forced the search engine to quit the country Google Search Still Working In China
'China hackers' hit Google e-mail


year 2011 Top ^

Jun.1
  Hackers in China have compromised personal e-mail accounts of hundreds of top US officials, military personnel and journalists
Mar.20


year 2010 Top ^

Dec.4
Jul.29
  Google triggered a false alarm by posting a notice that its search engine and several other services had been cut off from mainland China

Jul.9
  Google won permission to maintain its website in China and keep its toehold in the world's most populous nation.    Google is bowing to pressure to eliminate a virtual de...
Mar.24 Google Deals In Doubt Amid Beijing Spat  Google's business ties in China unraveled a little more amid a widening backlash to the decision to move its Chinese search engine offshore China moves appear to target Google  The Chinese government is retaliating against Google Inc. for its decision this week to stop censoring search results in the country's mainland Mar.22 Google stops censoring search in China
  Google has stopped censoring its search results in China, ignoring warnings by the country's authorities
Mar.10 CEO: China pact 'soon'  Google: Eric Schmidt said the company is in active negotiations with the Chinese government and expects some resolution in its dispute with Beijing soon Feb.12 Google: We won't pull out of China   Co-founder Sergey Brin said he's optimistic that his search engine will not have to pull out of China over hacking and censorship issues Jan.13 Google does about-face on China policy  Google Inc. said it may turn its back on the huge Chinese market after a attack on the e-mail accounts of human rights advocates in the Asian nation Jan.12 Google to end China censorship
  Google may pull out of the country completely after discovering that hackers had tricked human-rights activists into exposing e-mail accounts


year 2006 Top ^

Jan.31 Google won't talk to Congress about China  Google has declined to appear before the Congressional Human Rights Caucus

year 2002 Top ^

Sep.20 FBI arrests Chinese software customer  Feds arrested 32-year-old Shan Yan Ming for allegedly stealing propriety information from 3DGeo Development




Add a favorite (file a bookmark) to Mountain View, Bay Area & China Timeline


Please send feedback to: support@mapreport.com

Advertise on Mountain View, Bay Area & China Page

XML