The annual Cybersecurity Week, an activity aimed at raising awareness about knowledge and policies related to cybersecurity, will be held in Shanghai on Sept 16, China's top internet watchdog said on Friday. Organized by multiple authorities, including the Cyberspace Administration of China, the Ministry of Education and Bank of China, this will be the third time the activity is held in the country. The first two were respectively held in Beijing and Wuhan, Hubei province. This time, the activity will focus on the enforcement of the Cybersecurity Law, which came into effect on June 1, as well as protection of personal information, a hot topic especially after an 18-year-old student in Shandong province died of cardiac arrest after being cheated out of her tuition fees last year. The activity will run until Sept 24. Jiang Xun, organizer of the activity from Shanghai, said many internet and technology giants, such as Alibaba and Qihoo 360, will also attend the event, where they will introduce their new security products and their efforts against online attacks. "The security products will be displayed during an exhibition, and everyone can visit the activity for free," he said. A summit on cybersecurity technology will also be held, with several foreign guests from the United States, France and South Korea taking part, according to him. "We'll hold forums on different topics, such as mobile networking and big data protection, and provide visitors knowledge about different aspects of online security. For example, we'll teach and popularize the Cybersecurity Law and online security-related tips in schools and communities." In addition, to encourage cybersecurity talents, including teachers and enterprises, the activity will award the best, said Zhao Zeliang, director of the administration's cybersecurity coordination bureau. "After all, the key to improving cybersecurity is to educate more talents, asking them to further study cybersecurity technologies," he added. how to take off festival wristband
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The Yangzte river in Central China's Hubei province, July 7, 2017. [Photo/Xinhua] BEIJING - The Chinese government has released an environmental protection plan covering the Yangtze River Economic Belt, the latest move to protect the country's longest river from pollution. The plan was jointly released by the Ministry of Environmental Protection, the National Development and Reform Commission and the Ministry of Water Resources. It places an upper limit on the usage of water resources along the belt, said Zhao Yingmin, vice-minister of environmental protection. An ecological red line will be put in place to protect and restore the environment of key areas, Zhao said. This is in line with government guidelines issued earlier this year on a nationwide ecological red line strategy that will place certain regions under mandatory and rigorous protection. Water quality management will be based on a bottom line system to strengthen controls on pollution along the belt, especially at drinking water sources, according to Zhao. The plan also demands improved responses to environmental emergencies and closer regional coordination, he said. Stretching from Southwest China's Yunnan province to Shanghai, the Yangtze River Economic Belt covers nine provinces and two municipalities in an area of 2.05 million square kilometers. In 2014, China made developing the economic belt a national strategy. The move was expected to boost development in riverside regions and provide new growth stimuli for China's slowing economy.
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