Chinese domain sales : China officials sold your data

Domain sales Made in China.

Domain sales Made in China.

Big data is the new big money, and Chinese officials working for China’s statistics bureau apparently profited from selling chunks of it.

According to a report by Bloomberg, the National Bureau of Statistics in China said 313 employees violated agency rules and have been asked to return 3.23 million yuan ($500,000 dollars) in fees that they improperly collected, according to a statement from the authority posted Wednesday on the website of the nation’s anti-corruption body.

Chinese investors – imagine, your information is being sold, who would have thought of that! 😉

Domain investors in China are once again selling their “Chips,” all while their Western counter-parts are holding onto these assets, regardless of the plummeting prices.

Perhaps we’ll need to re-run that poll, now that Chips are going below $1,400 dollars.

Today’s list of .CN and .COM domains of between 2 to 4 characters is quite healthy. Sell, baby, sell!

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