War of the Worldviews and the Future of the Internet: American Mutlistakeholderism or Chinese Cyber Sovereignty

War of the Worldviews and the Future of the Internet: American Mutlistakeholderism or Chinese Cyber Sovereignty

The internet was originally designed as an information sharing system, one which could connect thousands of doctors, historians, professors, and everyday people with a library of information detailing human experience and knowledge. Such a tool was originally conceived by one of its inventors, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, to be a tool for freedom of information and […]

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 A Contentious Compromise: Huawei’s 5G Involvement in Mexico and American Security Concerns

A Contentious Compromise: Huawei’s 5G Involvement in Mexico and American Security Concerns

Despite warnings from the U.S., Chinese telecom companies are continuing to find contracts across the globe with developing nations seeking to develop the 5G infrastructure necessary to catapult them into the future. While the U.S., in an effort to address its concerns with rising Chinese dominance of 5G infrastructure, has successfully encouraged many of its […]

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 Big Investment or Big Brother: How China’s 5G Dominance in Africa Will Enable Chinese Monitoring of African Internet Traffic

Big Investment or Big Brother: How China’s 5G Dominance in Africa Will Enable Chinese Monitoring of African Internet Traffic

Hundreds of years ago, China rose as a preeminent trading power through its silk road to Europe. Now, in the age of the internet, China seeks to reestablish itself as a global commercial powerhouse through its Digital Silk Road in Africa. This project aims to construct the future of internet infrastructure in Africa, but will […]

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