In late 2015, in the very first chapter of my recent book, I discuss how China and its consortia of public and private sector assets have established dominant leadership in understanding and building digital trust. But that analysis now almost seems quaint, if not archaic.
Globally, governments and industry are moving toward achieving digital trust with one notable exception–the United States is so unfocused on trust, particularly across government services and online commerce, that the nation, its citizens, and its businesses, cannot even be considered to be in the game or on the field.
China’s Recent Initiatives
In China, since 2015, we are seeing markers that may not be completely comforting to some. For example, transparency is a vital condition … Read More