China’s statement to the UN was followed by one from a group of 27 nations calling for a “free, open” cyberspace. Photo: Shutterstock

Could China’s strict cyber controls gain international acceptance?

  • Beijing recommends right to control internet and tech for ‘social stability’, and make cyberspace a branch of sovereignty
  • Growing influence could help it shape international cybersecurity rules alongside countries that favour free, open cyberspace
Topic |   US-China tech war

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China’s statement to the UN was followed by one from a group of 27 nations calling for a “free, open” cyberspace. Photo: Shutterstock
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Simone McCarthy

Simone McCarthy

Simone McCarthy joined the Post in 2018. She previously wrote about China tech, business and society for SupChina and has a bachelor's in literature from Yale University and a master's from Columbia Journalism School.