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{ Monthly Archives } December 2009

The Splitting Internet Governance and the Down-to-Earth Solutions

Here is a very brief explanation to and my viewpoint of the latest development of China’s compaign to the Internet Controlling. Like my other ideas, this one might not be mature enough. But anyway, the reason of saying something is to get the commentaries and/or criticisms.   1. The definition of the Splitting Internet Governance: […]

Chinese Posts at BlawgDog from Dec. 14th to Dec. 20th: English Abstracts

From December 14th to December 20th, 2009, seven new Chinese entries have been posted to the Blawgdog. Here are the brief one-sentence abstracts for the English readers’ reference: Top Ten 2009 Copyright News in ChinaChosen by the China Copyright Journal. I added the referral links to those news that had been commented at blawgdog. It’s […]

Abstracts of the Chinese Posts at BlawgDog from Dec 3 to Dec 13

Seven Chinese posts have been posted to the Blawgdog from December 3rd to December 13th, 2009. Here are the brief one-sentence abstracts for the English readers’ reference: A broadcast station = A Karaoke Shop?This essay roughly compared the standard of remuneration of using music recordings in the broadcast and TV programs (promulgated by the State […]

The License to Domain Name Resolution – this time not only .CN

To control the pornographic websites, China’s Minstry of Industry and Information annouced today five measures that the registrar (CNNIC) and domain name registration service providers shall do, . 1. Establish a blacklist of the the domain name holders whose website has been shut down by the government. 2. The  applicants of domain names must provide […]

"Map of Internet Encirclement Compaign in China"

A “Map of Internet Encirclement Compaign in China” was released by some Chinese netizens yesterday. It is very interesting and has been switfly spreaded to BBS and weblogs in Chinese Internet sphere.   Here is an English translation of the map (click the picture for a better view):   [Background] “The Wars of (anti-)Encirclement Compaign” […]

Cyberpluralism?

I just read Tim Hwang’s essay on the “Berkman School”. It is very interesting although I am not a fan of categorizing “schools”. He says Berkmanites tend to share the notion that the Internet has specific configuration of features, such as openess, freedom and unfathomably deepness. Hence the fire-walled China’s Internet might not be regarded […]