Update (Tuesday, September 15, 2020, 18:38 ET): The Suzhou city government announced that it had ended the trial of its “civility code” app on September 6. The app is not currently available. Read more about the...
personal data protection
by Samuel Wade | Dec 6, 2019
Short video platform TikTok’s enormous popularity among young Westerners, together with its ownership by Beijing-based AI entertainment firm Bytedance, has brought steadily mounting scrutiny in recent months. Critics...
by Samuel Wade | Nov 15, 2019
Short video-sharing platform TikTok has been enjoying explosive growth in its mostly young international audience. It has been described in The Washington Post as “the first Chinese app to truly pierce the global Internet...
by Samuel Wade | Jan 10, 2018
The news that Apple will hand management of its Chinese users’ iCloud data over to a...
by anminda | Jun 20, 2017
On June 1, the Chinese government passed the country’s first national cybersecurity law....
by anminda | Mar 23, 2017
Ranking Digital Rights (RDR) reviews the world’s biggest Internet and telecommunications companies...
by anminda | Feb 8, 2017
On Thursday, February 2nd the Executive Director of the Digital Asia Hub think tank, Malavika...
by Cindy | Mar 9, 2016
Several recent articles describe Chinese government plans for predictive policing software to help...
by Kate Zhao | Aug 6, 2007
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