China toughens domain regulations for foreign registries

AS reported by Milathan Post Registries wanting to sell their wares to Chinese registrants are once again facing a tightening of the country’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT)’s regulations. A few days ago, on July 6, the Ministry published a notice excluding registries that do not hold a license from MIIT from operating …

China’s new cybersec. law rattles tech giants

China’s new cybersecurity law takes effect today, and experts are rattled about what it all means. The law has been largely touted by Beijing as a milestone in data privacy regulations, but critics say authorities haven’t provided enough information about how the wide-reaching law will be implemented. That’s a big concern, as failure to comply …

9 of Top 10 Biggest New gTLD Registrants are Chinese

As analyzed by TheDomains: According to ntldstats.com there are 29,194,819 new gTLD’s registered, meaning that the top 10 largest new gTLD domain owners account for just over 11% of all new gTLD registrations. The largest holder of new gTLD’s owns almost 2.5% of all new gTLD’s and the top 4 largest account for 7.24%. In …

New Top Level Registrations Hit 21 Million Mark, .XYZ Leads

TheDomains has reported that there are  now 21,060,309 new gTLD’s registered, just under 5 million more and with that .XYZ passed .info but did not have the actual number of registrations. Today we know the actual number of registrations for .XYZ is 5,580,532 through the last zone update.   .info according to registrarstats.com currently has 5,509,571 …

US Govt. Warns of unacceptable China’s internet rules and aggressive cyber authority

The the US government through the assistant commerce secretary Larry Strickling and state department ambassador Daniel Sepulveda have warned that Chinese government could fragment the internet if it pursues new registration rules for online addresses. The warning is in response to a decision by the Chinese government in late March to require all domain names …

Cyberattacks expected to rise as China-based state-linked hackers target organizations

Cyberattacks in Hong Kong are expected to rise, according to security experts who have identified at least seven state-linked hacker groups in mainland China that have been targeting organisations in the city since 2014.   Bryce Boland, the chief technology officer for Asia-Pacific at cybersecurity company FireEye, said on Thursday that cyberattacks by the hacker …

China Refutes Fresh US Accusations Of Hacking Into Private Companies

  China has branded as “unfounded” U.S. accusations that hackers backed by the country’s government are launching cyberattacks against American businesses. China and the U.S. have been waging a quiet cyberwar for years, vying for both commercial and military advantage.   A “flash” warning issued by the FBI on Wednesday had described tools and techniques …

India to push for freeing Internet from U.S. control

In view of its growing cyber security concerns, India has decided to challenge the U.S. government’s control over the Internet and ensure that the trio of the U.S., Russia and China does not ignore India’s concerns while developing an international regime for Internet governance.   India will also push for storing all Internet data within …