Chinese Protesters and the Global Internet Need One Another
By Kian Vesteinsson and Angeli Datt
Safeguarding a free and open internet will help support China’s brave protesters.
The Clubhouse Affair: A Stark Reminder of China’s Information Isolation
By Sarah Cook
A brief opening on an audio conversation app allowed Chinese users to speak freely with the outside world.
The Logic of a US WeChat Ban
By Chauncey Jung
WeChat is very unlikely to disobey orders from the Chinese government -- and that leaves other countries with limited options to regulate the app.
Why Some of China’s Most Ardent Nationalists Are Fangirls
By Xu Xin
The latest Twitter war, centering on a Thai idol named Bright, reveals a curious trend in Chinese nationalism.
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 Truth About Vietnam’s New Military Cyber Unit
By Nguyen The Phuong
Task Force 47 needs to be understood as part of the regime’s broader cyber challenges and the limited options it perceives that it has.
Farewell VPNs & Independent Multimedia Content: China Vows to Clear Network Space
By DD Wu
More and more providers of independent audio and video news contents as well as VPN services are shut down.
It's Time Google Came Back to China
By Dingding Chen
And China should welcome Google back, as long as it abides by Beijing's laws and regulations.
Censorship in China: An Ordinary Tragedy
By David Volodzko
People in China are quite used to the "Great Firewall."
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.
The Internet with Chinese Characteristics
By Shannon Tiezzi
At the World Internet Conference, China outlines its vision for global internet governance.
China: A Crack in the Great Firewall
By Zach Toombs
New tech is poking holes in China’s censorship machine.