Wednesday, August 20, 2014   

China to start vetting IT products over security concerns
(05-22 12:40)

The Chinese government is to start cyber security vetting of major IT products and services for use by national security and public interests, the State Internet Information Office announced on Thursday.
The vetting is aimed at preventing suppliers from taking advantage of their products to illegally control, disrupt or shut down its clients' systems, or to gather, store, process or use its clients' information, according to a statement from the office. --Xinhua   
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