Donnie Dong on Cyber-pluralism: Can We Get Along with Each Other in a “Splitting” Internet?

March 16th, 2010

From pervasive doubtable usage of copyright works in Chinese web-sphere to Google’s latest dilemma in China, it seems the Internet as an open, universal and single network is still an “ought to” imagination but not a truth.

Donnie Dong (Hao Dong) – a Fellow at the Berkman Center and a Fulbright Junior Scholar – presents new developments about China’s IP (Intellectual Property), IG (Internet Governance) and IB (Internet Business), and discusses a possible new perspective from which to observe the Internet: Cyber-pluralism.

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