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  • World Internet Conference concludes in East China2017-12-05

    The fourth World Internet Conference concluded Tuesday in the East China town of Wuzhen after three days of discussions and exhibitions of cutting-edge internet products.

  • Yidianzixun CEO: Capital plays important role in internet industry2017-12-05

    Capital force, such as venture capital and private equity funds, has played an important role in the internet industry's development both in China and the United States, said Li Ya, CEO of mobile news aggregator Yidianzixun.

  • More focus on prosecuting cybercrimes2017-12-05

    Prosecuting departments are expected to attach greater importance to combating cybercrimes, a serious threat to national information security, according to the Supreme People's Procuratorate.

  • Wuzhen's internet wizardry wows2017-12-05

    This ancient water town has been given a high-tech booster shot, it has been supercharged and upgraded by such an influx of high-tech internet gadgetry for this global event that it makes the mind boggle, or overload if you will.

  • Change of pace ahead for fintech2017-12-05

    After a period of explosive growth, the financial technology - or fintech - sector in China will likely see slower but more regulated growth, with greater emphasis on leveraging technology to drive true innovation, analysts said.

  • Campaign to protect data online gathers steam2017-12-05

    Police will investigate hackers or other cybercriminals to protect national and private information, according to the Ministry of Public Security.

  • Banks' robo-advisers are facing increasing scrutiny2017-12-05

    With financial institutions increasingly employing roboadvisers, China's central bank and financial regulators issued draft regulations for comment recently, requiring financial institutions to receive regulatory approval for offering such services.

  • Research unit to help Hefei police with security2017-12-05

    Public security officials in Hefei, the capital of East China's Anhui province, have set up a research center to track and prevent crimes in cyberspace.

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