Colin Moreshead Graduate Fellow of East Asian Studies, Yale University
May 05 , 2017
Currently, there is no sufficient distinction in international law or norms to be made between simple system breaches and more malicious actions that damage or destroy systems, and that will almost certainly become necessary for the United States and China alike.
Rogier Creemers Research Officer, Programme for Comparative Media Law and Policy
Jan 05 , 2017
China’s Cybersecurity Law has elicited rather negative responses from foreign businesses, governments and NGOs. Perhaps ironically, the U.S. thus seems to have fallen victim to what Beijing has long feared would happen to them: ideological infiltration by a geostrategic adversary aimed at upsetting the political system.
Mar 15 , 2016
China wants to have deeper internet security and anti-terrorism cooperation with the United States, China's public security minister told the visiting director of the FBI, state news agency Xinhua said.
Dec 28 , 2015
China passed a new antiterrorism law that stepped back from previous language of concern to global technology firms, but which still raises questions about its scope and the potential impact on companies doing business there.
Dec 16 , 2015
Chinese President Xi Jinping on Wednesday called on all nations to respect each other's cyber sovereignty and said there should be no Internet hegemony.