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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.
China Celebrates Its Olympic Victory
July 31, 2015

China Celebrates Its Olympic Victory

By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, anti-corruption continues, Chinese loggers freed, and the "why" of China's island-building. Friday China links.

Chinese Military Declares the Internet an Ideological ‘Battleground’
May 21, 2015

Chinese Military Declares the Internet an Ideological ‘Battleground’

By Shannon Tiezzi
Could the PLA's idea of an online "ideological struggle" lead to a cyber war?

Has China Weaponized the Internet?
April 03, 2015

Has China Weaponized the Internet?

By Shannon Tiezzi
China's internet censorship went on the offensive this week, enlisting computers around the world in a DDoS attack.

The Internet vs. China’s Many Emperors
April 03, 2015

The Internet vs. China’s Many Emperors

By Yang Hengjun
The Internet is the one check on China's local officials. No wonder they're determined to squash it.
Chinese Authorities Snuff out Last Online Remnants of the New York Times
February 11, 2015

Chinese Authorities Snuff out Last Online Remnants of the New York Times

By David Dawson
The paper's last social media account vanished from Sina Weibo this week.

Is Artificial Intelligence Helping China Spy on Its Citizens?
February 11, 2015

Is Artificial Intelligence Helping China Spy on Its Citizens?

By Greg Austin
China has constructed the largest and most automated system for surveillance of its citizens ever seen in human history.
Why China's Defense of Internet Censorship Falls Flat
February 06, 2015

Why China's Defense of Internet Censorship Falls Flat

By Shannon Tiezzi
China claims that new internet regulations don't restrict freedom of speech, despite all evidence to the contrary.

VPNs: The China-US Proxy War
January 29, 2015

VPNs: The China-US Proxy War

By Shannon Tiezzi
China's crackdown on virtual private networks is one battle in the larger war for control over the global internet.

Facebook’s China Push
December 11, 2014

Facebook’s China Push

By Shannon Tiezzi
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg seems intent on breaking into the China market, but at what cost?

Will China’s Internet Finally Open to the World?
December 01, 2014

Will China’s Internet Finally Open to the World?

By Lotus Yang Ruan
China claims its Internet will be multilateral, democratic, and transparent, but attacks on teachers suggest otherwise.
The Internet with Chinese Characteristics
November 20, 2014

The Internet with Chinese Characteristics

By Shannon Tiezzi
At the World Internet Conference, China outlines its vision for global internet governance.

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