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Bluebooks Report on China’s and World’s Internet Development - China Legal News

Sat, 12 Dec 2020
Categories: China Legal Trends



“2020 World Internet Development Report 2020” and “2020 China Internet Development Report 2020”  bluebooks are released.

On 23 Nov. 2020, the “World Internet Conference – Internet Development Forum” opened in Wuzhen, Zhejiang Province of China. During the Conference, the“2020 World Internet Development Report 2020” and “2020 China Internet Development Report 2020” bluebooks were released.

The bluebooks comprehensively and objectively reflect the development situation of the World and China in the past year, and the content covers information infrastructure, network information technology, digital economy, digital government and e-government, network media construction, cybersecurity, cyberspace rule of law, and cyberspace international Key areas such as governance.

The bluebook has been released globally for 4 consecutive years ever since 2017. It is an important theoretical and practical research result and is a characteristic brand in the field of international Internet research, which has attracted wide attention at home and abroad.


Contributors: Yanru Chen 陈彦茹

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