Internet Policy in Great China Area and its influence on online behaviour
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Internet Policy in Great China Area and its influence on online behaviour
Looking at Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan
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China: censorship keywords, policies and blacklists for leading search engine Baidu, 2006-2009 - WikiLeaks

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The Governance of Clean Development - University of East Anglia (UEA)

The Governance of Clean Development - University of East Anglia (UEA) | Internet Policy in Great China Area and its influence on online behaviour | Scoop.it
The Governance of Clean Development (GCD) project analyses which of the actors, institutions and policy-making processes involved in clean development are resulting in effective climate action and development benefits, which are not, and why.
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United States Seeks Detailed Information on China’s Internet Restrictions | Office of the United States Trade Representative

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China issues white paper on Internet policy - China.org.cn

news release for white paper on internet

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Chinese government state TV censorship keywords list, 13 May 2009 - WikiLeaks

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China’s Internet Censorship | China Law & Policy

China’s Internet Censorship | China Law & Policy | Internet Policy in Great China Area and its influence on online behaviour | Scoop.it
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The U.S. Case Against China's Internet Policies - Part I: USTR's Information Request

The U.S. Case Against China's Internet Policies - Part I: USTR's Information Request | Internet Policy in Great China Area and its influence on online behaviour | Scoop.it
Are China's Internet policies acting as a trade barrier to foreign companies? The U.S. seems to be gathering information for a possible WTO dispute.
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The Internet in China - china.org.cn

The Information Office of the State Council, or China's cabinet, published a white paper on the Internet in China. Here's the full text

 

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