The U.S.-China Internet Industry Forum has played a crucial role in increasing the understanding between the two countries' IT enterprises, enabling the United States and China to reach some consensus on Internet and information technology-related subjects.
Internet policing hinges on transnational cyber crime
China, as a major victim of computer hacking, urgently needs to collaborate with the United States to combat cyber crime, an official of the Ministry of Public Security said on Tuesday.
- Reports of illegal information on the rise
- China a long way from cloud computing
- Team work key to cyber crime
- China, U.S. agree to combat cyber crime
- China's Internet market will always be open
- Int'l efforts needed to safeguard network security
- U.S.-China Internet Forum opens in Beijing
BackgrounderThe U.S.-China Internet Industry Forum is an annual event to facilitate exchange and cooperation between the Internet industries of the two countries. The first forum was held in November 2007 in Seattle.
- "Combating illegal information is the common goal of the whole society and a prerequisite for building a harmonious society."
- "With the rapid development of the Internet, it is playing an increasingly important role in social, political, economy, and cultural fields."
- "Now, the forum serves as an important communication and cooperation platform for Chinese and American Internet companies and organizations."
- "More joint initiatives by government departments are needed to safeguard the rights of copyright owners."
- "Cloud computing, which can help employ the effective use of clean energy, is in line with a low-carbon economy."
- "Structurally supported by large amount of cloud computing, the box computing will on one hand precisely understand and grasp users’ information."