CGCS Internet Policy Observatory affiliate Sarah Logan examines the international expansion of China’s search engine Baidu into Vietnam to explore if the relationship between the Chinese state and Chinese internet companies affect those companies’ international expansion. This project adds to studies of the ‘state’ in cyberspace, in this case by studying Chinese internet companies beyond Chinese borders—adding a geopolitical element to existing studies. This project is part of CGCS’s Internet Policy Observatory (IPO).
The Selected Curation of Articles on Net-Governance (the SCAN) is a weekly digest on Internet governance news, reports, and events produced by the Governance Lab @NYU (the GovLab) as part of the GovLab’s Living Labs on Smarter Governance project. The SCAN is cross-posted weekly from the GovLab on the Internet Policy Observatory. The original posting of the GovLab SCAN- Issue 25, May 9, 2014 can be found here.
Researchers from the Australian National University and University of Sydney outline their ethnographic study of Baidu’s international expansion, which will examine Baidu’s business model in China and the application of this model to its international expansion. This project is part of CGCS’s Internet Policy Observatory (IPO).
//Marco Bellezza and Federica De Santis, associates at Portolano Cavallo Law Firm, analyze the Court of Milan’s recent decision on Google’s liability for defamation in regards to its Autocomplete and Related Search functions. On March 25, 2013 the Court of…Read More