In China, the smartphone has quickly become the key to unlocking public transportation, medical care, and entrance into restaurants or other public spaces. The coronavirus crisis has only accelerated the shift, with QR health...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 4, 2017
Since the introduction of new regulations in January, 2017 has seen a steady campaign against...
by Samuel Wade | Mar 28, 2017
At South China Morning Post, Eva Li reports that authorities in Chongqing have released details of...
by Samuel Wade | May 25, 2016
As China promotes its vision of internet management abroad, including in Moscow last month, The...
by Samuel Wade | Nov 23, 2015
The New York Times’ Paul Mozur reports that mobile Internet users in Xinjiang have had their...
by Cindy | Sep 24, 2013
Following Sheryl Sandberg’s trip to China earlier this month, Beijing announced its decision to...
by Samuel Wade | Apr 12, 2012
As Iran (possibly) moves forward with plans to cut itself off from the global Internet, and Beijing rails against online rumours, a mysterious hour-long disruption of web traffic in and out of China set off flurries of nervous...
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