The ongoing mass detentions in Xinjiang are accompanied by an intense security and surveillance program across the region. In 2017, for example, some Urumqi residents were reportedly forced to install a surveillance app called Jingwang on their phones. Subsequent research found that the app...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 12, 2018
Late last week, Bloomberg’s Jordan Robertson and Michael Riley published stunning claims...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 7, 2014
Bloomberg’s Steven Yang and Lulu Yilun Chen report that Apple laptops and tablets have been...
by Samuel Wade | Feb 12, 2014
A Hunan city government’s use of the world’s most common password allowed public...
by Samuel Wade | Dec 9, 2013
A joint statement from ChinaAid’s Bob Fu and New York University’s Jerome Cohen, rival...
by Xiao Qiang | Oct 29, 2004
From the Reuters: “The spread of technology and demands for more market transparency will make it impossible for China to prevent the release of all information deemed a state secret, a human rights group said on Thursday. That could put pressure on China to reform its state secret laws, although the government is expected to […]
by Xiao Qiang | Apr 19, 2004
“China and the United States will square off in Washington on Wednesday (April 21) for the annual U.S.-China Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade, a forum where officials haggle over trade disputes and promote commercial agendas. For the technology community, this week’s meeting has taken on added importance in light of recent clashes between the […]
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