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  • James Saaka: an aspiring speech2016-11-16

    "It is a very good speech and his aspiration is also our aspiration," said James Saaka, executive director of National Information Technology Authority-Uganda.

  • Del Christensen: Internet can't be lawless2016-11-16

    "I agree with president Xi that there should be rules on the internet, or some standard that the world should abide to for better cooperation and trade. The internet is not a lawless zone. Every other subject like finance, military, and medicine all have rules, the internet should be no different,"

  • Technologies set new digital path for China: AsiaInfo chair2016-11-16

    Tian Suning, chairman of AsiaInfo Holdings Inc, attended the opening ceremony of the third World Internet Conference in Wuzhen, Zhejiang province, on Wednesday.

  • Global tech chief praises Chinese internet and IT industry2016-11-16

    "Some of the disciplines discussed on this conference are unique," said Istvan Sebestyen, secretary general of Ecma International.

  • ChinaEU chief responds to Xi speech2016-11-16

    "The conference should promote the development of concrete ideas for actual international cooperation in cyberspace," said Luigi Gambardella, president of ChinaEU.

  • Executives' insight on future of the web2016-11-16

    China Daily reporters interviewed a group of senior information technology business executives to learn their views about innovation and how internet is reshaping China.

  • WIC achieves “fruitful results”: Official2015-12-18

    ​The second WIC was a successful platform for participants to reach consensus on cyberspace governance and showcased state-of-the-art high-tech products, said an official.

  • Entrepreneur calls for ‘digital Silk Road’ security2015-12-18

    Luo Dongping, CEO and cofounder of Hillstone Networks, called for innovation in network security at the second WIC on Friday in Wuzhen, Zhejiang province.

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