Google’s Eric Schmidt warns on China’s attempts to control the internet

Eric Schmidt, the executive chairman of Google, has described China as “the most egregious” example of a nation attempting to control the internet, as he hinted at expanding the company’s multimillion-pound transition fund towards British publishers to boost revenues from digital.

In an interview with the Guardian editor-in-chief Alan Rusbridger at the Big Tent Activate Summit in New Delhi, India, on Thursday, Schmidt spoke of his concern about reports from the New York Times last month that its computers had been invaded by Chinese hackers. read more

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