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WASHINGTON: Go Daddy, the world's largest domain name registration company, will cease registering websites in China in response to rules that require applicants to provide extensive personal data, including photographs of themselves.
The company believes the rules are an effort by China to increase monitoring and surveillance of website content and could put individuals who register their sites with the firm at risk.
It says they will have a ''chilling effect'' on domain name registrations.
A Microsoft security report released on Monday warns that cyber crooks are digging into computers for weak spots to penetrate with worms - malicious software that steals control or data.
Rogue security software remained the top hacker threat to computers during the first half of this year, but the number of infections was dropping while penetrations by worms doubled, according to the Security Intelligence Report.
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