Thursday, January 14, 2010

China requested the U.S. to Clarification Google attack Problem

Investigative reports mention the existence of coordinated attacks originating from China to the Google service, Adobe Systems, and more than 30 U.S. companies to get serious attention the US Government. U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton even issued a special statement related to the problem.

"We have been informed Google about these allegations, which raises very serious concerns and many questions. We await an explanation from the Government of China," Hillary Clinton said in a statement released Tuesday (12/1/2010) night at the U.S. government's official website.

Google claims that the attacks began to be detected in mid-December 2009 and it no longer be tolerated. Attacks aimed at Google's infrastructure is suspected copyright tried to steal the technology that Google uses. Attacks originating from China previously had often complained of U.S. government, but only this time a big company complained.

Momentum is also used by Hillary to emphasize freedom of speech on the Internet. He said he would talk about it next week and monitor the development of the central issues currently facing Google. In addition to coordinated attacks from China, Google also made allegations of infiltration of the email China human rights activists as an excuse to end internet censorship and consideration to close its operations in China.

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