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Authorities have shut down 55 websites engaging in illegal online publicity based on information provided by the public.

These websites recruited "Internet mercenaries" to engage in improper competition against rivals, such as fabricating or distorting facts that can lead to blackmail or seeking to reap profits by sensationalizing issues via the Internet, according to officials.
EBay Inc's PayPal online payment system will end a partnership with Alibaba Group's beginning Aug 3, Shanghai Securities News reported Tuesday.
TENCENT, China's largest Internet company, is adding an array of enhanced services to its core QQ instant messaging site after data showed the amount of time users spend chatting online is slipping.
China yesterday denied it supports hacking activities and said it is part of global efforts to combat computer security threats, a day after Google disclosed some of its e-mail users suffered attacks originating from within the country.
Web giant is smarting over spinoff of Alibaba Group's payment division

Yahoo Inc CEO Carol Bartz found herself in a familiar position on, assuring stock market analysts that she will clean up a mess damaging the long-slumping Internet company's market value.
CHINA'S e-commerce giant is stepping up its heated rivalry with bricks-and-mortar retailers with the launch of a five-story home furnishings showroom in Beijing.

Alibaba Group's Taobao, an Internet platform through which an estimated 3 percent of all retail sales in China pass, opened the showroom on Friday for customers to try out sofas, tables and other big-ticket items before placing an ord
The mode of recruitment on the Chinese mainland is expected to change in the future, with social online media becoming a more popular platform for both employers and job hunters, a report based on a global survey revealed in Shanghai yesterday.
Sina Weibo, a Twitter-like microblog service, on Thursday announced that it had about 140 million registered users at the end of April, up from 100 million at the end of February.

Sina estimates that its microblog service will have more than 200 million registered users by the end of this year, said Cao Guowei, or Charles Cao, president and chief executive officer of Sina, at a press




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