From: GeekWire - China’s Internet czar wants to work with the U.S. for ‘mutual benefit and mutual victory’

If the Internet represents a vast ocean of crucial information and data, the U.S. and China should stay in the same boat together and not think about pushing one another off. That analogy was core to Lu Wei’s speech at the eighth annual U.S.-China Internet Industry Forum held at Microsoft’s campus in Redmond, Wash. on Wednesday. Wei is China’s head of cybersecurity and Internet policy, better known as the country’s “Internet czar.” China created a cyberspace administration office last year that Wei helps manage along with China President Xi Jinping, who is also in the Seattle region this week meeting with business executives and government officials.… Read More

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