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China is Banning Windows(software) but also need to ban US hardwares   [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2014-5-27 12:33:32 |Display all floors
The biggest security issue china faces is their use of pirated software in government offices.  Kinda funny  after spending the last 20 years stealing it,  their going to ban it.  

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Post time 2014-5-27 12:44:38 |Display all floors
Incedius420 Post time: 2014-5-27 12:33
The biggest security issue china faces is their use of pirated software in government offices.  Kind ...

re-active and not pro-active!

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Post time 2014-5-27 12:45:43 |Display all floors
Then HOW will they use QQ and order stuff from Taobao on their computers during work?
I'm just here for the money

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Post time 2014-5-27 18:11:41 |Display all floors
  China should ban anything produced by earthlings.

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Post time 2014-5-27 20:40:18 |Display all floors
The United Serfdoms of America banned Huawei and ZTE for the reason of "national security". Let's hear their childish complaints about China's actions against their espionage?  
Generous treatment of captured enemy troops.
Death to those that choose to fight.

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Post time 2014-5-28 04:02:38 |Display all floors



Your service to China is invaluable!

Indeed, IBM servers should all be banned from China's strategic industries. Banking and e-commerce comes into mind.

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Post time 2014-5-28 06:22:02 |Display all floors
I guess now that the west has shared all their software and hardware technology, western companies are no longer needed. This approach could back-fire for China. There are many more new technologies developing in America regarding medicines, genetics, computer processors, etc. Does China want to fall behind?

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