CGTN America video above published Dec 3, 2017: The World Internet Conference (WIC) attracted worldwide talent to Wuzhen, China. Tech and political leaders came together to discuss the future of the internet. CGTN’s Zou Yun reports.
Miguel Ángel Margáin @MA_MargainI totally agree on what I just heard “Big names are here, #WuzhenSummit is the Davos for #DigitalEconomy” #WorldInternetConference pic.twitter.com/j0CJ63J9hu— Miguel Ángel Margáin (@MA_Margain) December 4, 2017
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China's President Xi Jinping renews call for ‘cyber sovereignty’ at the Wuzhen Summit a/k/a World Internet Conference--
- Internet censorship: It's on the rise and Silicon Valley is helping it happen | ZDNet.com: "Instead of opposing the internet barriers raised by the world's authoritarian regimes, Silicon Valley is playing along."
- China’s Xi Jinping Opens Tech Conference With Call for ‘Cyber Sovereignty’ | WSJ.com: "China’s President Xi Jinping called for “more fair and equitable” governance of the global web, as the country opened a state-run internet conference aimed at pushing its alternative vision of the web."
- China Asserts Cyber Sovereignty; Google, Apple Plead for Better Access | Variety.com: "Western companies have complained that they are not allowed access to Chinese markets and customers while Chinese companies can operate freely overseas. That potentially puts China in breach of its obligations to the World Trade Organization. But China suggests that cyber sovereignty is a matter of national security, protecting the country from crime and terrorism."(emphasis added)
- UNICEF highlights child online safety at Wuzhen Summit | ChinaDailyAsia.com.
See also on Domain Mondo: News Review | China Hosts 4th World Internet Conference (WIC) Dec 3-5Top tech CEOs take to the stage as Wuzhen Summit opens in East China's Zhejiang province, Dec 3, 2017. (Photo: IC) pic.twitter.com/ySb2H2bM8b— China Daily (@ChinaDailyUSA) December 3, 2017
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