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.
Dynaweb, was launched in North Carolina in March by a group of Chinese-American engineers keen to open up the Internet to users in China. Dynaweb, which helps Chinese users access blocked Internet sites and download banned documents, is difficult for Beijing to attack because it regularly changes its numerical Internet Portal address, which the government uses to identify sites. Company spokesman Bill Dong says they would use any money provided by Cox's legislation to "expand our server, make our performance better and respond to any technology China develops to stop us."

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