Chuanr’s 6th Party: National Security or IT-Protectionism? – Chinas Cyber Security Strategy

Dear Chuanrs and Chuanr’s friends,

Have you celebrated the beginning of spring this Wednesday, and eaten Chinese spring roll pancake? (You know, fry a pancake and roll fried eggs, fried bean sprout, fried leek and fried pork inside. Messy food: I never saw anyone eating it without dripping the juice all over his shirt and pants, but very tasty…) Anyway, it’s good to finally have the spring here, at least nominally.

For our February party, also our 6th party, we have the pleasure of getting a renowned researcher and practitioner of online journalism as our speaker. Hauke Gierow, seasoned journalist and researcher at Mercator Institute of China Studies (MERICS), will give us a talk about China’s increasingly heavy-handed and versatile cyber security strategy, Continue reading Chuanr’s 6th Party: National Security or IT-Protectionism? – Chinas Cyber Security Strategy