Moreover, because of the multitude of government agencies involved in Internet regulation
and the complex relationships between them, Chinese Internet governance has been compared to "nine dragons bringing no rain" (Zhan, 2013), suggesting that disputes between agencies often lead to inefficiency.
IN APRIL, AJIT Pai, the newly appointed chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), announced his first major initiative: taking internet regulation
back to 2014.
On the principles, CALinnovates doesn't support applying a rigid 1934 law as the basis for 21st century Internet regulations
. Moreover, we are concerned that a changing of the guard at the FCC and the White House will leave us all trapped inside a monotonous game of ping pong.
China will further tighten its internet regulations
with a pledge on Sunday to strengthen controls over search engines and online news portals, the latest step in President Xi Jinping's push to maintain strict Communist Party control over content.
"The move, which isn't likely to have immediate repercussions, speaks to the American government's growing concern over Chinese Internet regulations
and could foreshadow more aggressive actions," reports Paul Mozur for the New York Times.
Russia: The impact of new Internet regulations
on international companies
He also observed that Internet regulations
need to be developed in Egypt, which would facilitate mobile banking.
on which an entity might challenge state Internet regulations
Tom Wheeler, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission is taking the defense of new Internet regulations
on the road.
In today's world where digital innovation is driven by the ability to access and leverage the open Internet, the TPP proposes regressive Internet regulations
that would be imposed on 12 countries party to the agreement (including Canada) by unaccountable U.S.
Attention is now shifting to Turkey's President Abdullah Gul, known for his sense of moderation, who has to sign the justice bill as well as the internet regulations
within two weeks.
This work by Savin (Copenhagen Business School) has the primary purpose of integrating the variety of Internet regulations
that exist across the European Union (EU).