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Google’s License renewed, and ISP Liability Released

The game of “Spoting the Difference” starts again! Google’s ICP license renewed. See the captured today’s Google.cn web page below (left), and compare it with the page in last week (right). Google.cn on 9 July 2010: Google.cn on 4 July 2010: Exactly as what I predicted few days ago, Google is trying to make Google.cn […]

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Would Google.CN be a “Non-Search Engine” Site?

As you may have known, the domain “Google.cn” had been automatically redirected to “Google.com.hk” since this March. And last week, Google stopped such automatic redirection, and launched a web page at Google.cn. By clicking anywhere of the page, a visitor will be linked to Google’s Hong Kong site.  (please try http://www.google.cn ) Google’s SVP David […]

"My husband’s life is uncertain now. I will try to ship the garlic tomorrow, Okay?"

Please read the translation of an online conversation between a seller and a buyer at Taobao.com. The buyer ordered a bottle of garlic spread from the seller. Buyer: Hey, have you shipped what I bought at your taobao shop? Seller: There is a flood hereby! Our office has been flooded! The express company is shutdown […]

English Abstracts of the Chinese Entries at BlawgDog (Dec. 21th – Jan. 24th)

  Ring the Bell: A 65 minutes Remix Movie created totally in the WOW Game This movie was made by a few Chinese WOW players. The story is well edited and all the episodes are captured from te WOW game. In this remix movie, the story of the dispute between two Chinese governmental departments on […]

Wanna setup a Personal Website in China? BEING TAKEN A Portrait Please.

  According to a new regulatory document (in Chinese) announced by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, a personal website owner have to BE TAKEN a portrait when she/he is about to “register” the basic information of their websites. The title of the new regulation is: The Scheme of Further Commitment of the Verification […]

Who Survived the Cinternet – Case Studies to Chinese Websites

Thanks for Professor Urs Gasser’s invitation. I am allowed to sit in his course of “Online Law and Business in a Globalized Economy” at Harvard Law School, and get an opportunity to present some understanding to Chinese websites. Because of the limited time slot, I just partly introduced the slides in the class. Therefore, here […]