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China’s Internet Policy
China’s Internet Policy

Author(s): Marcin Przychodniak
Subject(s): Governance, Economic policy, Government/Political systems, Developing nations, Geopolitics
Published by: Polski Instytut Spraw Międzynarodowych
Keywords: China; cyberspace
Summary/Abstract: China treats the internet as an arena for global competition. It believes that EU and U.S. support for unrestricted access to information on the global level endangers the stability of its political regime. China has strengthened control over internet usage within its borders to restrict information flow. It also uses the economic expansion of Chinese IT companies abroad to make its position on cyberspace stronger and its draft International Code of Conduct for Information Security is contradictory to the EU and U.S. concepts. China’s actions require EU resistance to defend global open internet and economic freedom.

  • Page Count: 2
  • Publication Year: 2017
  • Language: English