Articles On: WeChat, Airline Passenger Details, Globalization, Global Digital Economy, User Browser History, Telecom Tech, and Chip Ban

Sunday, January 24, 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.

 

California plaintiffs sue Chinese tech giant Tencent, alleging WeChat app is censoring and surveilling them
by Jeanne Whalen
via Washington Post on January 20, 2021


A Chinese hacking group is stealing airline passenger details
by Catalin Cimpanu
via ZDNet on January 20, 2021


Decoupling - Severed Ties and Patchwork Globalisation
by Mikko Huotari, Jacob Gunter, Carl Hayward, Max J. Zenglein, John Lee, Rebecca Arcesati, Caroline Meinhardt, Ester Cañada Amela, and Tom Groot Haar
via MERICS on January 14, 2021


A U.S. Grand Strategy for the Global Digital Economy
by Robert Atkinson
via Information Technology and Innovation Foundation on January 19, 2021


Tencent Apologizes as QQ Found Collecting User Browser History
by Wang Boyuan
via Ping West on January 20, 2021


In Depth: Pushback Against China Tech Giants Grows with Accusation of Algorithmic ‘Bullying’
by Flynn Murphy and Qian Tong
via Caixin on January 14, 2021


U.S. Moves to Block Telecom Tech from China and Others Deemed Foes
by Bob Davis
via Wall Street Journal on January 15, 2021


China’s new bylaw allows Huawei to sue TSMC for chip ban
by Frank Chen
via Asia Times on January 11, 2021