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China wants its voice heard in cyberspace

23 Novembre 2014 , Rédigé par ileridefense Publié dans #cyberguerre - cybercriminalité, #Asie

China is considering setting up its own rules in cyberspace in order to have its voice better heard in the fast growing Internet sphere.

Premier Li Keqiang said China wants to promote an interconnected world that is shared and governed by all and to construct a common code of rules to make competition more fair.

He made the remarks in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, on Nov 20 at an Internet-themed meeting with global corporate leaders who are participating in the three-day World Internet Conference in nearby Wuzhen township.

“Dynamics and order are the two faces of the Internet. Without dynamics, the Internet will lose its vitality, while without order, the Internet is not secure,” Li said.

“As the cyberworld is bound to be shared by everyone, it should also be governed by all of us. I refer to both laws and self-discipline,” Li said.

The three-day conference, held in Wuzhen, an ancient town in Zhejiang province, provides a platform for communication for more than 1,000 Internet titans from more than 100 countries and regions, according to the Cyberspace Administration of China, the nation’s top Internet watchdog.

Experts said China is using the platform to sell its own strategy and rules to the world, a mission that the world’s largest cyberpower with the most Internet users has deemed significant and urgent.

China’s netizen population reached 632 million by the end of June, while mobile Internet users totaled 527 million.

Shen Yi, an associate professor specializing in cybersecurity at Fudan University, said China is an indispensable power in global connectivity.

The US has its own strategy on cyberdevelopment and cybersecurity, which China does not. But after Edward Snowden’s disclosures on US Internet spying, China has realized the importance of such a strategy and it is exactly the time to work on it, Shen said.

“China has the capability now to set up international rules for cyberspace and use our strategy and our rules to influence the world.”

Source : English.Gov.Cn

URL: http://english.gov.cn/premier/news/2014/11/21/content_281475013230042.htm

Relayé par: Sanaa ALAHYAN

Premier Li Keqiang speaks during discussions with domestic and international representatives attending the first World Internet Conference in Hangzhou, capital of East China’s Zhejiang province, Nov 20, 2014.[Photo/Xinhua]

Premier Li Keqiang speaks during discussions with domestic and international representatives attending the first World Internet Conference in Hangzhou, capital of East China’s Zhejiang province, Nov 20, 2014.[Photo/Xinhua]

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