Online Dump of Chinese Hacking Documents Offers Rare Window Into Pervasive State Surveillance
By Frank Bajak and Dake Kang
The documents, purportedly from the private security firm I-Soon, discuss hacking activity and tools to spy on both Chinese and foreigners.
China’s Top Disciplinary Body Moves Against Ex-Security Officials Fu Zhenghua, Sun Lijun
By Jesse Turland
Under Xi Jinping it has become the norm for the Chinese Communist Party’s key anti-corruption body to oust senior public security officials who are disloyal or disliked.
Zhao Kezhi’s Legacy Could Define China’s Regional Security Paradigm
By Tristan Kenderdine
The 20th Party Congress will mark the end of Zhao’s CCP career, but his internal affairs policy will continue.
The Real Problem with Malaysia’s Fake News Law
By David Hutt
The controversy over the law belies deeper issues in the country and the region more generally.