Facebook, Twitter say they are not heading to China

Top Facebook and Twitter executives told lawmakers on Wednesday (Sep 5) they had no immediate plans to enter China, which has blocked the US-based...

Little brother talks about politics

In the last year, a selfie on Youtube “Little Brother Talks About Politics (小哥谈政事)” has been very popular  among Chinese viewers. This following is...

98% overseas Chinese boycotts President Xi’s African Dream

Yesterday in his public speech, Chinese President Xi Jinping announced another $60 billion package of aid, investment and loans to Africa, against a backdrop...

Don’t do evil at China’s bidding, Google

THAT SPARKLING adage of the digital age that “information will set you free” turns out to carry a giant asterisk. Authoritarian regimes have figured...

Google shouldn’t bother with search in China, experts say — here’s why

The Intercept reported this week that Google plans to launch a censored search app as it tries to take advantage of the enormous...

Why Google’s plan to launch a censored search engine in China is problematic

The Chinese government has a long history of restricting free speech. Google is reportedly planning to launch a censored version of its search engine in...

Facebook gave user data to the Chinese company at the heart of US-China tech...

Of all the companies benefiting from Facebook’s sharing of user data with device makers, a practice under scrutiny after a series of reports from the New York...

New Terms Censored on Chinese Social Media Include ‘Disney’, ‘Wheel of History’, and ‘Personality...

Next month, China will amend its constitution to scrap the 5-year term limit for the presidency. The move paves the way for the current...

Fast-growing Chinese media startup ByteDance enters 2018 with some uncertainty

One of the fastest rising Chinese startups of last year had a bumpy ride into 2018 after falling foul of China’s internet censors for the...

China shuts down thousands of websites in Internet network crackdown

Chinese authorities shut down more than 13,000 websites for breaking laws and regulations governing the country's Internet network since 2015, reported China's state-run news...
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