Cyberspace Governance in China

Kam C. Wong
Xavier University, Cincinnati, OH, US

Series: Computer Science, Technology and Applications
BISAC: COM060040


Volume 10

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Special issue: Resilience in breaking the cycle of children’s environmental health disparities
Edited by I Leslie Rubin, Robert J Geller, Abby Mutic, Benjamin A Gitterman, Nathan Mutic, Wayne Garfinkel, Claire D Coles, Kurt Martinuzzi, and Joav Merrick


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Computer processing and internet communication has changed the way we learn, work, play and associate with each other. In the case of China, the introduction of the computer and mass availability of the internet has boosted economic growth, sped up social progress, transformed the political landscape and changed the lifestyle of the Chinese people in profound ways. This new book discusses the influence that advances in computers has had on China, with a particular focus on cyberspace governance. (Imprint: Nova)


Part I. Overview

Part II. Cyberspace Governance in the People’s Republic of China

Chapter 1 - Introduction (pp. 9-28)

Chapter 2 - Researching into Cyberspace Governance in China (pp. 29-38)

Chapter 3 - Internet in China (pp. 39-58)

Chapter 4 - Nature and Prevalence of Computer Crime (pp. 59-68)

Chapter 5 - Computer Crime Control in China (pp. 69-90)

Chapter 6 - Cyberspace Governance with Chinese Characteristics (pp. 91-134)

Chapter 7 - Conclusion (pp. 135-138)

Part III. Cyberspace Governance in Hong Kong

Chapter 8 - Introduction (pp. 141-146)

Chapter 9 - Researching Hong Kong Cyberspace Governance (pp. 147-154)

Chapter 10 - Information Technology Usage and Penetration in Hong Kong (pp. 155-160)

Chapter 11 - The Discovery of Cyber Risk, Computer Crime and Electronic Privacy (pp. 161-184)

Chapter 12 - Nature, Prevalence and Distribution of Computer Crime (pp. 185-190)

Chapter 13- Computer Crime Control and Cyberspace Governance in Hong Kong (pp. 191-208)

Chapter 14 - Conclusion (pp. 209-210)

Appendix I. The Internet Timeline of China Series, CNNIC: 1987 to 2004

Appendix II. The National Medium- and Long-Term Program for Science and Technology Development (2006 to 2020)


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