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Cambridge University Press, or CUP, recently found itself at the centre of a storm of controversy when it tamely acceded to the demands of...

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UK says new security law in Hong Kong is ‘deeply troubling’

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Taiwan: We are an independent country already

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Hong Kong protests: tech war opens up with doxxing of protesters and police

Hong Kong has seen an unprecedented wave of doxxing – the malicious spread of private information online – since anti-government protests began in early...

China’s political propaganda gets a digital makeover

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