In the News

February 24, 2004 - DIT was quoted in Wired's article "Net Dissidents Jailed in China ":

To thwart censorship, many Internet users employ proxy networks, which act as portals to other sites and allow users to hide their computers' IP addresses.

February 3, 2004 - DIT was quoted in English Epoch Times' article "China's Internet Dilemma":

The authorities have recently started arresting people for posting what it deems negative articles on overseas websites.

January 13, 2004 - DIT was quoted in LA Times' article "China Authorities Battle Hard to Tighten the Web":

With new technology, they're now upgrading their system within a couple of months," said Bill Xia, president of Dynamic Internet Technology, a U.S.

December 9, 2002 - Openflow published an article "DIT Inc. on Berkman filtering study":

What do DIT Inc. analysts think of the Berkman study?
This study provides by far the most comprehensive study of internet blockage in China about publicly available documents.

November 17, 2002 - DIT was quoted in Chicago Tribune's article "`Hacktivists' aid human-rights fight, bit by byte ; Firewall busters outfox tyranny ":

Using Freenet-China, software created this year, people in China have been able to get to banned sites and documents, including government documents on the Tiananmen Square massacre, and Web sites for

November 13, 2002 - DIT was quoted in news article "Can China's Net censorship be beaten?":

With 30,000 Net police specializing in Net censorship, the People’s Republic of China has developed the largest and most sophisticated IP blocking and content filtering system in the world, said Bill

November 8, 2002 - DIT was quoted in's article "US Concerned About China's Internet Censorship":

Bill Xia is a Chinese immigrant to the United States and president of Dynamic Internet Technology, a small U.S.-based company that provides technical services to help get Chinese-language e-mail to pe

November 7, 2002 - DIT was quoted on Far Eastern Economic Review:

IF SOME LAWMAKERS in the United States get their way, freedom-promoting computer hackers may soon receive a bucketful of money to battle China's Internet-censoring police.

November 5, 2002 - DIT was quoted in Wired's article "China's Cyberwall Nearly Concrete":

WASHINGTON -- While the Great Wall no longer deters would-be invaders from entering China, experts meeting in Washington on Monday said the Chinese government continues to maintain a nearly rock-solid

October 10, 2002 - DIT was quoted in NY Times' article "Guerrilla Warfare, Waged With Code":

Dynamic Internet Technology, a small company in Asheville, N.C., provides technical services to efforts by the Voice of America to get e-mail newsletters into China, using spammers' techniques like al

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