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 the outlawed religious movement Falun Gong, according to Bill Xia, president and founder of Dynamic Internet Technology. Xia, a Chinese immigrant, said the company's focus is developing software to get around Chinese government censorship.

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