November 8, 2002 - DIT was quoted in VOAnews.com's article "US Concerned About China's Internet Censorship":
Bill Xia is a Chinese immigrant to the United States and president of Dynamic Internet Technology, a small U.S.-based company that provides technical services to help get Chinese-language e-mail to people in China. Mr. Xia says the Internet is increasingly becoming a factor in Chinese government harassment and arrest of dissidents. "Last year, there were more than 10 arrests in China for distributing forbidden information," said Bill Xia. "This will create fear among the public. For the general public in China, they are now gradually realizing the existence of censorship consciously."
Mr. Xia says he believes the Chinese government has more than 30,000 employees who specialize in Internet censorship.