Assistant Professor of Communication at the UNC – Charlotte
Sep 04 , 2015
Information technologies have long been viewed by Beijing as architecture of social management. The new WeChat platform allows for more personalized interaction and negotiation between the public and government, with little political consequence.
Feb 06 , 2013
This essay dissects the implications of China’s “Internet Sovereignty” policy following WCIT-12. Offered as an alternative vision to the U.S.’s “Internet freedom” agenda, the Chinese approach holds sway in the Global South as we enter a new Internet world no longer dominated by liberal democracies.