China's head of Internet censorship denies existence of Internet censorship in China - Shanghaiist

State Internet Information Office Chief Lu Wei is doing the most to whet our appetites for next week's epic Second World Internet Conference to be held in Wuzhen, Zhejiang province. At a press conference yesterday, Lu told a CNN reporter that online ...

No censorship in Chinese Internet, says China's top censor - Fox News

China's cyber chief rejected criticism of the country's Internet censorship Wednesday. ADVERTISEMENT. The comments by Lu Wei, head of the Cyberspace Administration of China, came ahead of next week's state-sponsored World Internet Conference in the ...

China Defends Internet Censorship - Huffington Post

China's cyber chief rejected criticism on Wednesday that the country's Internet was too censored, arguing ahead of a major state-sponsored Internet conference that order was a means to online freedom. China has the world's most sophisticated online ...

Beijing defends Internet censorship as freedom through order - The Hill

China's internet czar on Wednesday defended the nation's extensive Web censorship, insisting that “order” leads to broader freedoms, according to Reuters. "Freedom is our goal. Order is our means," Lu Wei, head of the Cyberspace Administration of China ...

World's Largest Online Censor to Address World Internet Conference - Fortune

This article is published in partnership with Time.com. The original version can be found here. By Hannah Beech @hkbeech. The modestly titled second World Internet Conference, to be held on Dec. 16-18 in the canal-lined eastern Chinese town of Wuzhen, ...

There is no internet censorship in China, says China's top censor - Hong Kong Free Press

A senior Chinese official known as the “gatekeeper” of the country's internet has denied that the country censors online information. Lu Wei, chief of the State Internet Information Office, said China does not censor but “manages” internet content in ...

China web tsar admits censorship troubles - Financial Times

China's internet tsar on Wednesday likened controlling Chinese internet usage to “trying to nail Jell-O to a wall”, but admitted the government had toughened censorship in recent years. Sample the FT's top stories for a week. You select the topic, we ...

Xi Jinping, Leader of World's Largest Online Censor, to Address World Internet Conference - TIME

The modestly titled second World Internet Conference, to be held on Dec. 16-18 in the canal-lined eastern Chinese town of Wuzhen, will boast a prominent keynote speaker: Chinese President Xi Jinping. Although the Chinese Internet is one of the world's ...

Bad luck Zuck: China says no plans to stop blocking foreign web sites - CNN

Beijing (CNN) Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has been courting China assiduously -- learning Mandarin, welcoming officials to Facebook's offices and asking President Xi Jinping to choose a name for his then unborn child. But, so far, there's little ...

How Xi Jinping sees the Internet - China Media Project

Just over a year ago, leaders from tech firms around the globe converged on the ancient canal town of Wuzhen, in China's Zhejiang province, for the 1st World Internet Conference (WIC). At the event, which Reuters dubbed China's “online coming-out party ...