How internet is splitting amid US-China spat

Credit: IndiaTimes- Published 2 weeks ago
Western bigwigs were a no-show at China’s biggest web conference. Unlike 2017, when Tim Cook and Sundar Pichai graced the World Internet Conference in Wuzhen, this year’s gathering was a decidedly domestic affair, presided over by the likes of Tencent Holdings Ltd chairman Ma Huateng.
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