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U.S.-China Tech Competition: Data and the New "Cold War"

26nov5:30 pm6:45 pmU.S.-China Tech Competition: Data and the New "Cold War"

Location

Sanford 04, Sanford School of Public Policy

Time

(Tuesday) 5:30 pm - 6:45 pm(GMT+00:00) View in my time

Event Details

Professor David Hoffman will join Samm Sacks, Cybersecurity Policy & China Digital Economy Fellow at New America, to discuss US-China cybersecurity issues.

Sacks is a Cybersecurity Policy & China Digital Economy Fellow at New America. She has worked on China’s technology policies in both the public and private sector for over a decade. She leads New America’s Data & Great Power Competition project, which looks at the relationship between geopolitics and emerging rules for who harnesses the value of data. Her commentaries and translations cover issues including: China’s cybersecurity regulations and data governance, the US-China technology relationship, and the global expansion of Chinese tech companies.

This event is sponsored by the Duke University Program in American Grand Strategy.
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