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China’s propaganda machine is spending over $1 million to buy influence on foreign social media

China’s propaganda machine is spending over $1 million to buy influence on foreign social media

State-supported Chinese entities are creating an alternative information universe in an attempt to counter what the world is seeing in the Hong Kong protests.
China’s Former Internet Regulator Lu Wei is Jailed for 14 Years

China’s Former Internet Regulator Lu Wei is Jailed for 14 Years

A court in Ningbo, Eastern China, on Tuesday sentenced Lu Wei, previously head of China’s Internet regulator, to 14 years in jail. He was found guilty of corruption charges. According to state news
China Appoints Zhuang Rongwen as New Internet Chief

China Appoints Zhuang Rongwen as New Internet Chief

Zhuang Rongwen has been appointed as new head of the Cyberspace Administration of China, it was announced on Wednesday. He takes over from Xu Lin, a close aide of Chinese President Xi Jinping. Xu, who
China Said to Quickly Withdraw Approval for New Facebook Venture

China Said to Quickly Withdraw Approval for New Facebook Venture

Facebook’s main platform has been blocked in China for almost a decade, and it has long sought to establish a foothold there.
China Said to Quickly Withdraw Approval for New Facebook Venture

China Said to Quickly Withdraw Approval for New Facebook Venture

Facebook’s main platform has been blocked in China for almost a decade, and it has long sought to establish a foothold there.
China Said to Quickly Withdraw Approval for New Facebook Venture

China Said to Quickly Withdraw Approval for New Facebook Venture

Facebook’s main platform has been blocked in China for almost a decade, and it has long sought to establish a foothold there.
China Said to Quickly Withdraw Approval for New Facebook Venture

China Said to Quickly Withdraw Approval for New Facebook Venture

Facebook’s main platform has been blocked in China for almost a decade, and it has long sought to establish a foothold there.
Lu: How the Mighty Have Fallen

Lu: How the Mighty Have Fallen

The special Sino Saturday edition of CEO Daily.
China Punishes Foreign Firms for Geographical Errors

China Punishes Foreign Firms for Geographical Errors

The Cyberspace Administration of China has blocked access to the Marriott hotel chain’s website as punishment for geographical descriptions that challenge the People’s Republic of China’s sovereignty
China’s social media giants want their users to help out with the crushing burden of censorship

China’s social media giants want their users to help out with the crushing burden of censorship

China’s social media giants are ramping up efforts to get their users to turn in people circulating taboo content, as the Communist Party further tightens…

Tim Cook Respects China’s Cyber Rules–in Order to Play the Game

Cook's view reflects a broader sentiment among tech leaders at Fortune's event.
Tim Cook and Sundar Pichai’s surprise remarks at China’s “open internet” conference

Tim Cook and Sundar Pichai’s surprise remarks at China’s “open internet” conference

Sunday (Dec. 3) marked the start of the fourth World Internet Conference, an annual gathering at which the Chinese government promotes its closed, censored version…
Starting this weekend, China celebrates its “open” internet after a year of unprecedented censorship

Starting this weekend, China celebrates its “open” internet after a year of unprecedented censorship

On Dec. 3, researchers, business leaders, and government officials from all over the world will head to the scenic town of Wuzhen in east China…
China Arrests Former Regulator, Bans Skype in Expanded Control of Internet

China Arrests Former Regulator, Bans Skype in Expanded Control of Internet

China has further extended its control of the Internet within its borders. Chinese and Hong Kong media report that Lu Wei, former head of the Cyberspace Administration of China, was detained by
China has detained a key architect of its massive internet censorship regime

China has detained a key architect of its massive internet censorship regime

The latest political figure in China to fall from grace is one whose influence has been felt by anyone in the country who has gone…
China’s Flashy Ex-Internet Censor Faces Corruption Investigation

China’s Flashy Ex-Internet Censor Faces Corruption Investigation

China’s former top internet regulator, Lu Wei, is being investigated by the Communist Party’s anti-corruption arm.
In China, Facebook Tests the Waters With a Stealth App

In China, Facebook Tests the Waters With a Stealth App

Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, jogging in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square last year.
In China, Facebook Tests the Waters With a Stealth App

In China, Facebook Tests the Waters With a Stealth App

Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, jogging in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square last year.
In China, Facebook Tests the Waters With a Stealth App

In China, Facebook Tests the Waters With a Stealth App

Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, jogging in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square last year.