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The Chinese government will require all PCs sold in China after July 1 to include software that blocks "harmful" content, news reports said on Monday.

The rule, released on May 19, will require all computers to have "Green Dam," a software program that is designed to block pornography sites, the Wall Street Journal reported.

The software must either be preloaded on hardware or enclosed on compact disc with the computer, the report said. Read full article »

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