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China hosts global cyberspace dialogue

By Cao Yin in Wuzhen, Zhejiang | China Daily | Updated: 2014-11-22 08:41

The first World Internet Conference established an international stage for cyberspace titans to discuss hot Web issues, as well as a platform from which the world could govern extensive network, according to China's top Internet watchdog.

The three-day conference, held by China for the first time, ended on Friday in Wuzhen, an ancient town in Zhejiang province.

Although reaching agreements on governing the global network will be difficult, the conference provided an open forum for more than 1,000 cyberspace officials, specialists and business tycoons from more than 100 countries and regions to have spirited discussions about Internet issues, including cyberterrorism and security, said the Cyberspace Administration of China.

China hosts global cyberspace dialogue

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