New SecDev Report: "Collusion and collision: Searching for guidance in Chinese cyberspace"

By: Rebekah Heacock on 22 September 2011
Posted in Asia, China, Publications

The SecDev Group is pleased to release Collusion and collision: Searching for guidance in Chinese cyberspace, a new report on the ethical issues US technology companies face in China.

The report examines how companies have struggled to balance ethical and economic interests in their bid to capture the world’s largest market of internet users. It provides an overview of the ‘Great Firewall’ of China, the past participation of five US technology giants (Google, Yahoo!, Microsoft, Skype, and Cisco) in China’s censorship regime, and the legal and ethical obligations and commitments that are violated by censoring online content.

The full report is available online: Collusion and collision: Searching for guidance in Chinese cyberspace

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