After Chinese Vessels Cut Matsu Internet Cables, Taiwan Seeks to Improve Its Communications Resilience
By Wen Lii
When Chinese vessels damaged Matsu’s two sea cables on February 2 and February 8, Matsu’s 13,000 residents were effectively cut off from the internet. How did locals weather the “invisible blockade”?
Hopes and Concerns for Taiwan’s New Ministry of Digital Affairs
By Sam Robbins and Chia-Shuo Tang
Audrey Tang finally has an official ministry to work with. Now it’s time to see if the government can achieve its lofty digital democracy goals.
Ukraine Disinformation Fight Sounds Warning Bells for Taiwan
By James Baron
Short of a drastic overhaul, Tsai Ing-wen’s administration must gain a firmer understanding of vulnerabilities in the domestic information environment.
To Step up Its Digital Transformation, Taiwan Needs a New Social Compact
By Roy Ngerng
If Taiwan is to succeed in its digital strategy, there needs to be a fundamental mindset shift toward investing in Taiwan’s industries and citizenry.