Why are Chinese Internet Users Paying for Digital Content?
Economy,Cyberspace,China
By Wen Xin Lim - 11 Jul 2017

Why are Chinese Internet Users Paying for Digital Content?

China’s knowledge sharing platforms have gained popularity recently as celebrities and professionals have started to turn their knowledge into cash and make money from news and digital content.
Artificial Intelligence, Algorithms, and National Security
Cyberspace

By Tai Wei Lim - 10 Jul 2017

Artificial Intelligence, Algorithms, and National Security

An Electronic and Cyber Warfare Doctrine to Contain North Korea’s Provocations
Security,Cyberspace,East Asia

By Rachael M. Rudolph and Nhan Tran - 03 Jul 2017

An Electronic and Cyber Warfare Doctrine to Contain North Korea’s Provocations

Technology Disruption: Policy Implications for Stakeholders
Society,Cyberspace

Technology Disruption: Policy Implications for Stakeholders

Technologies are developing very quickly. Many of them have the potential to disrupt the way we live. Policy makers and ordinary individuals both must prepare to manage the disruptions that come with technological development.
By Tai Wei Lim - 27 Jun 2017 | 0 comments Read more...
The Global Ransomware Outbreak and the Challenge for Cybersovereignty
Security,Cyberspace

The Global Ransomware Outbreak and the Challenge for Cybersovereignty

Among the victims were Renault and Federal Express, UK hospitals, Chinese universities, Russia’s Ministry of Interior, and Spanish telecommunications and energy companies. The efforts of countries like China to impose law and order on the internet are likely to see an urgent boost.
The French Presidential Election and the Long War on Fake News
Cyberspace

The French Presidential Election and the Long War on Fake News

Fake news was a prominent problem in the recent French presidential election campaign. In the days before the first round of the election, researchers from Oxford University found that fake news comprised up to “one-quarter of the political links shared on Twitter in France.”
Do US Actions in the South China Sea Violate International Law?
Security,Cyberspace,Hotspots

Do US Actions in the South China Sea Violate International Law?

The US flies hundreds of ISR missions every year to collect communications between the target country’s command-and-control centers and radar and weapons systems. The initial deployment of the Carl Vinson strike force was to the South China Sea. Are these probes and the deployment a violation of the UN Charter?  
How Is Social Media Shaping Our Perspectives?
Society,Cyberspace

How Is Social Media Shaping Our Perspectives?

Among all internet tools, social media is one of the most powerful platforms that shape our perceptions of ourselves, others, and the world. With increasing internet penetration, what seems to be a virtual world to the older generation is in fact indispensable to the younger generations.  
China’s Cyber War Against the US: How True?
Security,Cyberspace,China

China’s Cyber War Against the US: How True?

In recent years, “engaging in cyber warfare” has become part of the parlance used by those who discuss US-China relations. Its use has become even more frequent in the last two or three years. How true are these charges? What is the evidence?
Behind China’s E-Commerce Success Story
Economy,Cyberspace,China

Behind China’s E-Commerce Success Story

Many people hold the view that economies of scale plus a booming economy are the two sole reasons behind China’ success in e-commerce. Physical infrastructure of telecommunications, information processing, and logistics are also factors.
Pokémon Go and Cultural “Soft Power”
Society,Cyberspace,East Asia

Pokémon Go and Cultural “Soft Power”

The phenomenon of Pokémon Go was built on the foundations of the real-world physical Pokémon products of the 1990s and early 2000s which was a runaway hit with kids and its influence shaped an entire generation of American children through primetime TV.
By Tai Wei Lim - 31 Aug 2016 | 0 comments Read more...
Uber China-Didi Deal: Who Gains? Who Loses?
Economy,Cyberspace,China

Uber China-Didi Deal: Who Gains? Who Loses?

Uber, the world’s most valuable ride-hailing startup with more than USD 13 billion in funding, has agreed to merge its China branch with Didi Chuxing, after suffering from a grueling price war with the local rival.
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