September 27, 2002 - DIT was quoted in SCMP (South China Morning Post)'s article "Internet censorship goes to the Wall":
Bill Dong, spokesman for Dynamic Internet Technology, a company providing technical services to Voice of America's Chinese-language Web site, said keyword filtering had not replaced the block on previously banned sites, but had been added as an extra layer to selectively screen content on other sites.
"This is a way to get more extensive blocking without offending too many people," he said. "There is a Chinese saying, 'govern by separating'. So now, they do not have to block all of Google and offend everybody. They can block the Falun Gong part of a university site, for example, without offending students who need to get information there. So this will make their blocking socially easier."