Archive for the Internet World Category

Alibaba faces firestorm as row with regulator escalates ahead of earnings | South China Morning Post

Posted in e-commerce, Internet World on January 30, 2015 by thomas4infosoc

Alibaba Group executive chairman Jack Ma Yun is set to face a barrage of questions when the e-commerce giant reports quarterly earnings today, spurred by a government regulator’s blistering accusation of widespread fraud and other illegal activities at the company’s popular online shopping platform….

Alibaba faces firestorm as row with regulator escalates ahead of earnings | South China Morning Post.

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China’s online video viewers watch for 5.7 billion hours monthly

Posted in Internet World, Media in China on July 8, 2014 by thomas4infosoc

This new infographic, put together by the Go-Globe team, shows just what a massive business it is. China now has 450 million online video viewers who collectively spend 5.7 billion hours per month watching stuff. There will be an estimated 700 million viewers by 2016. 

China’s online video viewers watch for 5.7 billion hours monthly.

Chinese Law Proposes Real Name Registration for All Phone and Mobile Networks

Posted in Internet World, Telecoms Policy on April 18, 2013 by thomas4infosoc

Chinese Law Proposes Real Name Registration for All Phone and Mobile Networks.

New draft law, new try….

Network neutrality, the FCC, and the Internet of Things

Posted in Internet World, Telecoms Policy on October 3, 2012 by thomas4infosoc

Network Neutrality, a topic still under-discussed in China and large parts of Asia, but not for long, I would assume:

Network neutrality, the FCC, and the Internet of Things. – Slate Magazine.

OpenChina-ICT Dialogue Conference November 15-16, 2012 in Beijing

Posted in etctetera, Internet World on September 19, 2012 by thomas4infosoc

This should a great event for information exchange between Chinese and EU ICT experts and policy-makers. Free of charge:

November 15-16, 2012
Wenjin Hotel – Beijing, P.R. China
Registration form | Speaker form | B2B form
Event flyer | B2B event brochure Participants tips
For complementary information, please contact the event organisers

The OpenChina-ICT 2-days Dialogue Conference will be held at Wenjin Hotel on November 15-16, 2012 in Beijing, P.R. China, with the support of the European Commission.

The event (free of charge) aims at developing concrete recommendations for actions for international cooperation in ICT between Europe and China. It will comprise one day dedicated to discussions on ways of improving support to current EU-China cooperation and on enhancing direct dialogues among policy‐makers and ICT research communities of China and Europe. The second day will include one-on-one business matchmaking among European and Chinese companies and a study visit for European visitors to have a better view of the overall infrastructure and environment of R&D in China.

http://openchina-ict.eu/project-events/dialogue-conference-in-china/

Die Innovationen der chinesischen Mikroblogs (German only)

Posted in Internet World on September 11, 2012 by thomas4infosoc

Uebersicht zu den populaeren Weibo-Diensten: Deutsch-Chinesisches Kulturnetz – Kulturaustausch zwischen Deutschland und China.

CNNIC第30次互联网报告_专题_网易科技

Posted in Internet World on July 24, 2012 by thomas4infosoc

CNNIC latest figures on Internet Development in CHina CNNIC第30次互联网报告_专题_网易科技.