China proposes new world order for cyberspace regulation 

China has issued a “International Strategy of Cooperation on Cyberspace” in which it outlines rules it thinks should govern nations’ online conduct.The thrust of the document is that the world needs internet governance that respects sovereignty, reduces the likelihood of conflict and ensures no one nation can control cyberspace. China forcefully, and repeatedly, states its determination to bring about that state of affairs.The document opens by stating “In the interconnected cyberspace, countries are bound together by intertwined interests. A secure, stable and prosperous cyberspace is of great significance to all countries and the world.”China’s preferred way to secure cyberspace starts with a suggestion that “Countries should reject the Cold War mentality, zero-sum game and double standards, uphold peace through cooperation and seek one’s own security through common security on the basis of full respect for other countries’ security.”

Source: China proposes new world order for cyberspace regulation • The Register

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