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  • Philip Cunningham, Independent Scholar

    Mar 22, 2024

    What’s the future of TikTok in the U.S.? American politics tend to obscure the nuanced technological issues at hand, and policymakers should shift towards regulating social media platforms as public utilities rather than focusing solely on ownership disputes.

  • Nong Hong, Senior Fellow, National Institute for the South China Sea Studies

    Apr 23, 2020

    The advent of the novel coronavirus outbreak has created another breeding ground for conflict aside from the illness itself – social media. The spread of misinformation and the war of words occurring online is not conducive to the transnational cooperation that is necessary to alleviate this crisis.

  • Ivy Yu, News Editor, Beijing

    Oct 20, 2017

    Weibo used to be the only place to find vibrant sources of debate in China. But in recent years, Weibo has become the platform of choice for nationalism, xenophobia and racism. Today, Weibo users have two labels for those they consider to be in the habit of lecturing them on “political correctness”— the “public intellectual” and the “saint bitch.” The invention of these two terms speaks volumes about the evolution of discourse on Chinese social media in recent years.

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