IT titans at WIC excited about future

Technology experts and chief executives at the World Internet Conference in Wuzhen, Zhejiang province, full of optimism for the future of the booming industry.

6,118 Chinese websites under thumb of US: official

Among the hacked websites in the first half of this year in China, 48.8 percent were under the thumb of overseas IP addresses, an official said.

Key Internet leaders agree on cyber sovereignty, security

The inaugural three-day World Internet Conference, held in Wuhen, an ancient town of Zhejiang province, ended on Friday at noon.

World Internet Conference deemed a success

The World Internet Conference has achieved its expected results by providing a platform for interconnectivity where the Internet is shared and governed by all.

Alibaba to help small enterprises worldwide: Jack Ma

Jack Ma, founder of Alibaba group, describes how the company is exploring ways to help small businesses not only in China, but all around the world.

China wants its voice heard in cyberspace

Premier Li Keqiang said cyberspace "should also be governed by all of us," referring to "laws and self-discipline" in speech to corporate leaders.

Cybersecurity debate heats up

Cybersecurity and international cooperation were the most heatedly discussed topics during the second day of the World Internet Conference.

Toward more secure, usable and personalized Internet commerce

The Internet has revolutionized our world and economy like nothing before. China, with 630 million users, hosted discussions on Internet development and governance at the World Internet Conference 2014, in Wuzhen, East China’s Zhejiang province.

WIC beginning of end to US hegemony

The Internet was born in the United States 45 years ago. It promoted a number of innovations in technology, and business models, as well as the formation of Internet governance rules and values. The Internet’s spirit of openness, sharing, freedom and equality are now the core values of human civilization.

Jack Ma shares his wisdom at the WIC

Speaking to the landmark World Internet Conference now underway in Zhejiang province, Aibaba's leader said he anticipated the key role of China's small businesses in the new economy.

Wuzhen, epitome of classic water towns

With a history spanning over 1,300 years, the place best exemplifies what a water town south of the Yangtze River should look like.


Centering on the theme of "An Interconnected World Shared and Governed by All", the first-ever World Internet Conference Wuzhen Summit, is held in Wuzhen, a town that has more than 7,000 years of history in Southeast China from Nov 19 to 21, 2014.

The meeting is jointly organized by the Cyberspace Administration of China and the government of Zhejiang province.