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“Google hacker” exposes Chines athlete

Securityfocus reported yesterday that a “search hacker” had exposed the true age of China’s olympic competitors He Kexin and Jiang Yuyuan. After doubts about their age surfaced, Mike Walker was quickly able to uncover documents describing their real ages. While google hacking is nothing new, the result of his actions are more surprising:  Soon after Walker, who blogs […]

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Chinese internet censorship

… won’t work.  There were lots of reports today about internet censorship for foreign media during this years Olypmic by reporters that were already annoyed because of the high costs for their filtered connection. Apparently this is only becoming an issue now that reporters are having problems accessing their news sources sources of background information. According […]

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