This article examines the conflict between the desire of the Chinese people to express themselves on social media platforms and the central government's desire to monitor and assess the actions of individuals and to even make use of this information to assess an individual's suitability for a job. China is a nation of huge contrast. Rich and poor, urban and rural, educated and illiterate and therefore the extension of the government's internet censorship is not perhaps much of a surprise. In a land where there is an insatiable appetite amongst its people for the latest technology, is the government acting to keep its people safe or to protect their grip on power?
This is a great article to make use of when considering government intervention in the market, recruitment, the growth of digital technology and social media. [Click on image to read full article]