Articles On: Covid-19, China’s Cameras, Five Year Plan, JPMorgan’s Deal with Alipay, AI, Twitter, and Digital Silk Road

Sunday, October 17, 2021

THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY SEEKS TO CONTROL INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AS A MEANS TO SHAPE AND CENSOR THE COMMUNICATIONS AND OPINIONS OF ITS OWN PEOPLE, AS WELL AS THE COMMUNICATIONS OF INDIVIDUALS BEYOND CHINA'S BORDERS.

 

China is exploiting search engines to push propaganda about origins of covid-19, study finds
by Cristiano Lima
via Washington Post on October 5, 2021


China’s cameras face fresh scrutiny in Europe
by Liv Klingert
via Politico on October 6, 2021


Deep in the Data Void: China’s COVID-19 Disinformation Dominates Search Engine Results
by Elen Aghekyan and Bret Schafer
via Alliance for Securing Democracy on October 5, 2021


China's 14th Five Year Plan and what it means for data centers
by Dan Swinhoe
via Data Center Dynamics on October 12, 2021


JPMorgan’s Deal with Alipay Will Put the PLA in Your Pocket
by Elisabeth Braw
via Foreign Policy on October 13, 2021


US has already lost AI fight to China, says ex-Pentagon software chief
by Katrina Manson
via Financial Times on October 10, 2021


Twitter’s China Problem Rears Its Head
by Jimmy Quinn
via The National Review on October 12, 2021


Jonathan Hillman on the Digital Silk Road's Increasing Importance
by James Chater
via The Wire China on October 10, 2021