This article studies how ByteDance (parent company of TikTok) uses geo-targeting information to help find over 20, 000 missing people in 7 years, and explores whether the ByteDance model can be adopted elsewhere.
This report identified and examined two major causes behind the geopolitical tensions around international standards-setting of CETs: the spill-over effect of US-China rivalry and the trend of trying to incorporate democratic values in standards. It also provides some policy recommendations on how to strengthen international cooperation around CET standards-setting.
Is the “authoritarianism vs. democracy” paradigm useful when it comes to digital surveillance? What are the factors that shape the public’s views about digital surveillance? How to balance the benefits of surveillance technologies and the protection of civil rights? These are the key questions this report tries to answer.
Policy Report | European policies towards Chinese tech companies: European interests, security risks and policy recommendations
This report identifies Europe’s digital interests and analyses the perceived risks associated with Chinese tech companies, based on which it proposes a number of policy recommendations for European countries.