Vietnam sets online gaming curfew; China, US work to cut down spam, Internet fraud

Wireline news from across the Web:

> Online gamers that reside in Vietnam will be in for an unwelcome surprise as the government has set a new requirement that ISPs need to enact a 10:00 p.m. curfew on online gaming beginning March 3 to reduce "gaming addiction." Article

> Nitel, a wholesale network service provider, has tapped Anne Brogan to enhance partner support as its new Agent Program Manager. Release  

> Vaultas, a Midwestern data center and broadband access services provider, is leveraging Ekinops CWDM/DWDM gear to maximize capacity and ROI on a new Midwest fiber route. Release

> Calix's management will present at the upcoming Morgan Stanley Technology, Media and Telecom Conference in San Francisco next Tuesday, March 1. Release

> It appears that Brazilians are well connected on the broadband front. According to Brazil's telecom association Telebrasil, at the end of 2010, 4,897 municipalities covering 185 million people, or 96 percent of the total population, were able to access broadband services. Article

> Indiana's Rochester Telephone has selected Zhone Technologies' MXK GPON platform to deliver triple play services to its residential and small business customers. Release

And finally ... A joint report written by China and the U.S. previewed at the Messaging Anti-Abuse Working Group 21st General Meeting in Orlando, Fla., on Feb. 23 on cybersecurity is what the EastWest Institute says "is part of our larger effort to help overcome the trust deficit between China and the United States on cybersecurity." Release

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