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2003-04[1] Internet et droit de l’homme à la non-discrimination raciale. Revue trimestrielle des droits de l’homme 54 (2003) Alexis GUEDJ.

2004-11-29 [2] Internet : facteur d’intégration ou d’exclusion ? Science et Décisions.

2007-11-27 [3] Yuzhu LI. University-Born Online Communities Enter New Battlefield. Beijing Review.

2008-01-16 [4] Droits de l’Homme (application à l’internet). Ministère de l’éducation nationale - Direction générale de l’enseignement scolaire.

2008-06-19 [5] Cass, 19 juin 2008, aff. Aaargh (UEJF et autres c/ AFA et autres). Jurisprudence sur la communication en ligne - La Quadrature du Net.

2009-03-16 [6] Li CHEN, Huina CHEN, Nan WANG. Distance education in China : the current state of e-learning. Campus-Wide Information Systems 26, 2009, 82-89. DOI 10.1108/10650740910946792

2009-03-16 [7] Li CHEN, Nan WANG. K12 online school practice in China. Campus-Wide Information Systems 26, 2009, 137-144. DOI 10.1108/10650740910946864

2009-03-16 [8] Ping GAO, Ruling ZHANG. Moving from TV broadcasting to e-learning – Contributions of distance education to teacher education in China. Campus-Wide Information Systems 26, 2009, 98-107. DOI 10.1108/10650740910946819

2010-05-26 [9] Hong XUE. Privacy and personal data protection in China : An update for the year end 2009. Computer law & security review 26 (2010) 284–289. doi:10.1016/j.clsr.2010.01.004.

2010-06-08 [10] The Internet in China. Information Office of the State Council of the People’s Republic of China.

2010-10 [11] Population density of China by first-level administrative regions. Wikipedia.

2010-11-03 [12] Alexander VUYLSTEKE, Zhong WEN, Bart BAESENS, Jonas POELMANS. Consumers’ Search for Information on the Internet : How and Why China Differs from Western Europe. Journal of Interactive Marketing 24 (2010) 309–331.

2011-01-09 [13] Thomas CRAMPTON. Social Media in China : The Same, but Different. China Business Review.

2011-04-11 [14] Aurélie CAMARD. Vente en ligne d’objets nazis : l’interdiction française face au Premier Amendement et l’application de la loi nationale dans les litiges liés à Internet (Commentaire des arrêts Yahoo ! v. La Ligue Contre le Racisme). Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense.

2011-06-03 [15] Arnaud RICHARD, Hippolyte MARQUETTY. La responsabilité des hébergeurs sur internet.

2011-06-22 [16] Séverine ARSENE. La satire, ou la ringardisation de la censure sur le web chinois.

2011-07-04 [17] Jason SUBLER, Georgina PRODHAN. Baidu picks Microsoft for English search. Reuters. http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/07/04/us-baidu-microsoft-idUSTRE76318L20110704
2011-07-20 [18] Taobao Imagine : An Image Search Engine for Shoppers. China Internet Watch.

2011-10-14 [19] TGI de Paris, 14 octobre 2011, aff. Copwatch I. Jurisprudence sur la communication en ligne - La Quadrature du Net.

2011-10-20 [20] Séverine ARSENE. Les « réactions spontanées » sur Internet. Le contexte autoritaire comme renversement de perspective sur des formes problématiques d’action collective. Congrès de l’Association Française de Science Politique France (2011).

2011-10-27 [21] Michael BARBOUR, Regina BROWN, Lisa Hasler WATERS, Rebecca HOEY, Jeffrey L. HUNT, Kathryn KENNEDY, Chantal OUNSWORTH, Allison POWELL. Online and Blended Learning : A Survey of Policy and Practice of K-12 Schools Around the World. International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL).

2011-12-07 [22] Meloria MESCHI, Toby IRVING, Mark GILLESPIE. Intra-Community cross-border parcel delivery - A study for the European Commission. FTI Consulting.

2012-02-01 [23] Min JIANG. Internet Companies in China : Dancing between the Party Line and the Bottom Line. Asie Visions 47, janvier 2012. Institut français des relations internationales.

2012-02-04 [24] Découvrir le Web 2.0 et les réseaux sociaux (dossier) par l’Espace Multimédia du Canton de Rocheservière (85). NetPublic.

2012-03-12 [25] Mark GREEVEN, Shengyun YANG, Tao YUE, Eric van HECK, Barbara KRUG. How Taobao bested Ebay in China. Financial Times.

2012-03-15 [26] Junting CHEN, James SHE. An Analysis of Verifications in Microblogging Social Networks - Sina Weibo. 2012 32nd International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems Workshops.

2012-04-27 [27] Sina Corporation Annual Report Fiscal year ended December 31, 2011. United States Securities and Exchange Commission.

2012-06-28 [28] The Internet Timeline of China 1986 2003. China Internet Network Information Center.

2012-07-02 [29] 19 Ranking Factors on Taobao Search. China Internet Watch.

2012-07-12 [30] CCass, Bac films c/ Google France. Jurisprudence sur la communication en ligne - La Quadrature du Net.

2012-08-09 [31] Jonathan HASSID. The Politics of China’s Emerging Micro-blogs : Something New or More of the Same ? American Political Science Association 2012 Annual Meeting.

2012-08-20 [32] Wechat, l’Application Mobile Chinoise à la Conquête du Monde. La Toile Rouge.

2012-09-04 [33] Internet Connection Map of China 2012. China Internet Network Information Center.

2012-09-05 [34] The Web Index “time series”. World Wide Web Foundation. http://thewebindex.org/ et http://thewebindex.org/documents/2012-webindex-dataset

2012-09-13 [35] Kevin GENTLE. Tout savoir sur Sina Weibo. Doc News.

2012-09-20 [36] Steven MILLWARD. China’s Broadband Speeds Show Shanghai Zooming Ahead. Tech in Asia.

2012-09-26 [37] Guangchao Charles FENG, Steve Zhongshi GUO. Tracing the route of China’s Internet censorship : An empirical study. Telematics and Informatics 30 (2013) 335–345. Doi:10.1016/j.tele.2012.09.002

2012-10 [38] The top 500 sites on the web. Alexa.

2012-10-01 [39] China To Promote Cross Border E-Commerce. China Internet Watch.

2012-10-15 [40] Rapport annuel 2011 – 2012. Hadopi.

2012-10-25 [41] Linjuan Rita MEN, Wan-Hsiu Sunny TSAI. Beyond liking or following : Understanding public engagement on social networking sites in China. Public Relations Review 39 (2013) 13– 22. doi.org/10.1016/j.pubrev.2012.09.013

2012-10-31 [42] Weibo Penetration Rate Among Chinese Netizens. China Internet Watch.

2012-11-29 [43] Renren Launched Timeline Feature. China Internet Watch.

2012-12-06 [44]Régis BIGOT, Patricia CROUTTE. La diffusion des technologies de l’information et de la communication dans la société française (juin 2012). CREDOC.

2012-12-20 [45] Overview Introduction of Wechat. China Internet Watch.

2012-12-28 [46] National People’s Congress Standing Committee Decision concerning Strengthening Network Information Protection. China Copyright and Media.

2013-01-14 [47] Steven MILLWARD. Here’s a Heatmap of WeChat Users Around the World. Tech in Asia.

2013-01-14 [48] Séverine ARSENE. Protester sur le Web chinois (1994-2011). Le Temps des médias, 18 (2012) 99-110.

2013-01-16 [49] Séverine ARSENE. De l’autocensure aux mobilisations. Revue Française de Science Politique 61, 5 (2011) 893-915.

2013-01-24 [50] TGI de Paris, 24 janvier 2013, Twitter c/ UEJF ; J’Accuse, MRAP, SOS Racisme, Licra. Jurisprudence sur la communication en ligne - La Quadrature du Net.

2013-02-07 [51] Jonathan SULLIVAN. China’s Weibo : Is faster different ? New Media Society.

2013-02-14 [52] Maeve DUGGAN, Joanna BRENNER. The Demographics of Social Media Users – 2012. Pew Research Center’s.

2013-02-20 [53] Miller CHU, Peter FANG. China Internet 101 – Demographics and Emerging Trend. BlackOre Research.

2013-02-21 [54] China Internet Statistics Whitepaper. China Internet Watch.

2013-02-21 [55] Statistical Report on Internet Development in China (January 2013). China Internet Network Information Center.

2013-03-13 [56] China E-Commerce Market to Reach 30 Trillion Yuan in 2020. China Internet Watch.

2013-03-14 [57] China Online Advertising Platforms Market Update in Q3 2013. China Internet Watch.

2013-03-14 [58] 2023 France Digital Future in focus : tendances clés du digital en France et leur impact sur l’avenir. comScore.

2013-03-20 [59] China’s e-tail revolution : Online shopping as a catalyst for growth. McKinsey Global Institute.

2013-03-22 [60] Submarine Telecoms Industry Report 2013. Terabit Consulting.

2013-04-04 [61] TGI de Paris, 4 avril 2013, Mathieu S. c/ Twitter Inc. Jurisprudence sur la communication en ligne - La Quadrature du Net.

2013-04-16 [62] Yi SUN, Yang GUO, Xiaobing ZHANG, Zhenyu LI, Kave SALAMATIAN. The case for P2P Mobile Video System over wireless networks : A practical study of Challenges for a mobile video provider. IEEE Network 27, 2 (2013) 22-27. doi : 10.1109/MNET.2013.6485092.

2013-04-17 [63] Sina Segmenting Weibo Usage with Multiple Versions. China Internet Watch.

2013-04-22 [64] Sina Corporation Annual Report Fiscal year ended December 31, 2012. United States Securities and Exchange Commission.

2013-04-22 [65] Gary KING, Jennifer PAN, Margaret E. ROBERTS. How Censorship in China Allows Government Criticism but Silences Collective Expression. American Political Science Review May 2013.

2013-05-01 [66] Marjorie BEAUCHAMP, Natalie RANGER. Lexique des médias sociaux. Bulletin de terminologie 288. Direction de la normalisation terminologique. Travaux publics et Services gouvernementaux Canada.

2013-05-02 [67] Michael KAN. P2P piracy putting pressure on Chinese video sites. PC Advisor.

2013-05-10 [68] Yuan LI, Haoyu GAO, Mingmin YANG, Wanqiu GUAN, Haixin MA, Weining QIAN, Zhigang CAO, Xiaoguang YANG. What Are Chinese Talking about in Hot Weibos ? Cornell University Library. ARXIV.

2013-06-19 [69] Alipay’s spare money business stirs online investment. China Daily.

2013-06-20 [70] Funshion Came on Top by Per Capita Online Video Viewing Time. China Internet Watch.

2013-06-21 [71] Chiffres clés 2013. Fédération E-commerce et Vente à Distance (Fevad).

2013-07-04 [72] Berry CHENG. Microblogging Politics in China and the West : How does Sina Weibo different from Twitter ? Asian Media Information and Communication Centre - 22nd International Conference.

2013-07-04 [73] China’s Qihoo’s 360 Search Won Over 16% Market Share. China Internet Watch.

2013-07-18 [74] A welcome micro-loan service. China Daily.

2013-07-25 [75] A Look At Facebook’s Exploding Mobile Ad Business. Business Insider.

2013-08-13 [76] Sabine HADDAD. Pornographie et pédopornographie sur internet : quelles sanctions ?

2013-08-18 [77] Shen JINGTING. Faster broadband by 2015. China Daily.

2013-08-19 [78] 10 Charts to Tell You About China Online Shopping Market in Q2 2013. China Internet Watch.

2013-08-22 [79] Sherman SO. Qihoo 360 takes on challenge of Baidu. Asia Times Online.

2013-08-26 [80] Renren Active Users Up to 194 Million in Q2 2013. China Internet Watch.

2013-08-26 [81] China Internet Users Spent Most Online Time Watching Videos and Social Networking. China Internet Watch.

2013-08-27 [82] Wechat 5.0 Public Account Operation Guide. China Internet Watch.

2013-08-27 [83] China Online Shopping Market Snapshot for Q2 2013. China Internet Watch.

2013-09-04 [84] Top China Social Sharing Websites in July 2013. China Internet Watch.

2013-09-05 [85] Chinese government proposes tighter teacher qualifications. Xinhuanet.

2013-09-09 [86] Juro OSAWA. How Does Alibaba Make Money ? The Wall Street Journal.

2013-09-10 [87] Rui FAN, Jichang ZHAO, Yan CHEN, Ke XU. Anger is More Influential Than Joy : Sentiment Correlation in Weibo. Cornell University Library. ARXIV.

2013-09-10 [88] Chinese province-level divisions by GDP per capita. China National Bureau of Statistics.

2013-09-11 [89] China E-Commerce Market Exceeded USD 713 Billion in H1 2013. China Internet Watch.

2013-09-12 [90] The Story of China’s Biggest Social Network : Qzone. China Internet Watch.

2013-09-12 [91] How Much It Costs to Set Up Online Shop on China B2C Platforms. China Internet Watch.

2013-09-17 [92] Firewall / Filtres IP. Wiki de l’Internet libre.

2013-09-17 [93] VPN. Wiki de l’Internet libre.

2013-09-25 [94] Alibaba B2B Single Day Transaction Broke USD 679 Million. China Internet Watch.

2013-09-30 [95] Internet World Stats.

2013-09-30 [96] Windows Dominated 91.32% OS Market in China. China Internet Watch.

2013-10 [97]Index Mundi.

2013-10-14 [98] Alibaba’s quest to build a nationwide online retail network. South China Morning Post.

2013-10-15 [99] Huan SUN. Target Sina Weibo Users by Gender and Occupation.

2013-10-16 [100] Chiffres Twitter 2013. Blog du Modérateur.

2013-10-16 [101] Juro OSAWA. Alibaba Isn’t the Amazon of China. The Wall Street Journal.

2013-10-21 [102] Smartphone Brands Awareness in China : Samsung on the Top. China Internet Watch.

2013-10-22 [103] China TV and Online Videos Report 2013 : Almost Half Don’t Watch TV Any More. China Internet Watch.

2013-10-24 [104] Doug YOUNG. TMall, Yihaodian heat up e-commerce, Jingdong complains. South China Morning Post.

2013-10-24 [105] Arik BENAYOUN. Baromètre des connexions fixes du premier semestre 2013. DegroupTest.

2013-10-25 [106] Market capitalization. YCharts.

2013-10-30 [107] China B2B Market Scale Reached 12.6 Billion Yuan in H1 2013. China Internet Watch.

2013-10-30 [108] Best VPN for China. Best VPNz.

2013-11 [109] Submarine Cable Map is a free resource from TeleGeography.

2013-11 [110] Grass-Mud Horse Lexicon. China Digital Times.

2013-11 [111] Droit de l’internet et de la propriété intellectuelle sur le web - Définition, obligations et responsabilité de l’éditeur. Easydroit – SAS Jurisystem.

2013-11 [112] Droit de l’internet et de la propriété intellectuelle sur le web - Les mentions qui doivent figurer sur votre site. Easydroit – SAS Jurisystem.

2013-11 [113] Déclaration des droits et responsabilités - Inscription et sécurité des comptes. Facebook.

2013-11 [114] Liberté d’expression et ses limites. Ministère de l’éducation nationale - Direction générale de l’enseignement scolaire.

2013-11 [115] Données personnelles sur internet. Ministère de l’éducation nationale - Direction générale de l’enseignement scolaire.

2013-11 [116] Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL).

2013-11 [117] BRICS Cable.

2013-11 [118] Merriam Webster Dictionary.

2013-11-06 [119] Paul BISCHOFF. Qihoo takes 20% of Chinese search market in October, but Baidu slips. Tech in Asia.

2013-11-08 [120] Can Twitter Fix Its Product Problem ? All Things Digital.

2013-11-26 [121] Taobao blocks WeChat as mobile e-commerce battle escalates. Want China Times.

2014-01 [122] The Open University of China – Teacher Education.

2014-01 [123] China Statistical Yearbook 2012. China Statistics Press.

lundi 24 février 2014, par HUCHERY Mélissa


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