Articles On: Cyber Security Law, TikTok, 5G, and Uighur Surveillance

Sunday, February 21, 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.

 

What Germany’s new cyber security law means for Huawei, Europe, and NATO
by Beryl Thomas
via European Council on Foreign Relations on February 5, 2021


TikTok targeted over ‘misleading’ privacy practices and ‘ambiguous’ terms in Europe
by David Meyer
via Fortune on February 16, 2021


5G and Emerging Technology: The Politics of Diversification
by James Sullivan
via RUSI on February 15, 2021


London and UK trade bodies slammed for talks with Chinese tech linked to Uighur surveillance
by Josh Martin
via City AM on February 12, 2021