Facebook looks to reenter China despite unsuccessful expansions there by Google, Uber and others. The New York Times reports that Facebook has even developed confidential software that could help the company comply with China’s strict censorship requirements. This post explains why Facebook’s potential expansion into China is extremely risky despite the huge market.
This week's Global Glance takes a detailed look at Uber's retreat from China.
In this week's German-themed Global Glance we look at how German authorities fined companies for sending data to the US; why China’s investments in Germany trouble many in the EU; and a fascinating cultural observation from German-born US soccer coach Jurgen Klinsmann.
Welcome back to Global Glance. This week we look at two good interviews about the UE-US Data Privacy Shield, a government takeover of Turkey’s largest newspaper, and how the current whisky boom is leading to a single malt drought.
In this week's Global Glance, we look at Europe’s most popular cuisine, the right to be forgotten, and a photo essay on Cuba.