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China’s Great Firewall: A Serious Pain in the Neck for European and US Companies
June 21, 2018

China’s Great Firewall: A Serious Pain in the Neck for European and US Companies

By Charlotte Gao
While China vows to become a “strong cyberpower,” China’s internet restrictions are having the opposite effect.
Zai Jian, Peppa Pig
May 08, 2018

Zai Jian, Peppa Pig

By Biyun Song
The removal of the cartoon character is the latest example of Chinese social media giants' self-censorship.

China’s Top News Apps Fall Victim to Government Ban — Again
April 11, 2018

China’s Top News Apps Fall Victim to Government Ban — Again

By Charlotte Gao
China’s regulators order permanent removal or complete cleanup of these apps for improper content.

China’s Rising Tax on Information
February 27, 2018

China’s Rising Tax on Information

By Kelsey Ables
The amount of economic and educational privilege needed to jump the Great Firewall keeps increasing.

The Rapid Rise of Censorship in Southeast Asia
January 19, 2018

The Rapid Rise of Censorship in Southeast Asia

By Nithin Coca
From Myanmar to Indonesia, governments are clamping down on the internet and social media.
Chinese Internet Law: What the West Doesn’t See
October 18, 2017

Chinese Internet Law: What the West Doesn’t See

By Jan Fell
Yes, China’s internet policy quashes dissent – but it also fosters innovation.

Why Are Chinese Netizens Excited About Russia's Ban On VPNs?
August 02, 2017

Why Are Chinese Netizens Excited About Russia's Ban On VPNs?

By Charlotte Gao
After Russia passed a law banning VPNs, the news splashed across the front pages of Chinese websites.
China's Cybersecurity Law: What You Need to Know
June 01, 2017

China's Cybersecurity Law: What You Need to Know

By Jack Wagner
The law, which comes into effect June 1, raises data protection concerns for foreign firms.

China’s Next Internet Crackdown
May 23, 2017

China’s Next Internet Crackdown

By Sarah Cook
China's Cybersecurity Law could take internet censorship to a new high.

Why and How Tillerson Should Address Human Rights on China Visit
March 15, 2017

Why and How Tillerson Should Address Human Rights on China Visit

By Sarah Cook and Annie Boyajian
Raising human rights concerns on his first trip to China (or failing to do so) will send a strong message.

What Does China's New Cybersecurity Law Mean for Chinese Internet Companies?
November 10, 2016

What Does China's New Cybersecurity Law Mean for Chinese Internet Companies?

By Lotus Ruan
New responsibilities for tech companies will make it hard for smaller firms to survive.
Taiwan's Coast Guard Conducts Armed Raid to Reclaim 'Hostages' Taken by Chinese Fishermen
August 15, 2015

Taiwan's Coast Guard Conducts Armed Raid to Reclaim 'Hostages' Taken by Chinese Fishermen

By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, more on the situation in Tianjin, a shadow banking collapse, and China's "internet police." Friday China links.

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