After over a year of no apparent activity, a new variant of the Tibet malware affecting OS X systems has been found.
Unlike other malware, this strain appears to be a politically motivated and targeted attack.
While the route of attack has already been identified and fixed, new malware is attempting to use it for more nefarious purposes.
Suntech, a China-based solar manufacturing giant, plans to build a 10-megawatt plant in Tibet.
A Chinese agency promised to shut or punish video sharing websites for hosting prohibited material, but this was going on before the incidents in Tibet made a different agency's occasional blocking of YouTube famous.
iTunes Store was blocked in China two weeks after an album released by Tibet activists appeared. But now that the Olympics are over, it's available once again.
Art of Peace Foundation, a nonprofit that released a high-profile album on the iTunes Store supporting Tibet, blames China's censors for barring access to the digital-media marketplace.
People all over China are reporting that access to the video-sharing site has been blocked, possibly in connection with a Chinese government crackdown on Tibet.
As protests erupt in Tibet, Tibetans in India launch a more lighthearted form of resistance via YouTube.
Attempting to seize control of news about Tibet violence, China is only attracting more negative press worldwide as the country prepares to host Olympic games.