Tagged With Censorship

Twitter is going to put warnings on tweets by politicians and world leaders that break its rules amid calls for Trump to be barred

Google was grilled about China and other hot-button topics during its investor meeting

Porn stars, artists, and sex workers protest at Instagram's HQ in opposition of the company's rules about nudity

China just blocked The Washington Post and The Guardian from the country's internet

Twitter apologises for suspending accounts of Chinese government critics ahead of Tiananmen Square anniversary

China still gets annoyed with images showing the famous Tiananmen Square 'Tank Man,' 30 years after he became a symbol of the government's brutality

Here are all the major US tech companies blocked behind China's 'Great Firewall'

Until now, live-streamed killings seemed like something we could all agree to be against. But Trump apparently believes there's a bigger social-media problem.

The White House created an online tool for Facebook and Twitter users to report examples of political bias and censorship

CBS censored a comedy short mocking Xi Jinping and Chinese censorship, reportedly to appease China, and replaced it with 8 seconds of silence

A group of Microsoft and GitHub employees have come out in support of Chinese tech workers protesting the infamous '996' work hours

Sony is reportedly changing its standards for sexual content in new PlayStation games in response to the #MeToo movement and livestreaming

A blog has been fined $29,000 for saying a Chinese building has bad feng shui

New Zealand made it illegal for anyone to download or share the Christchurch shooter's manifesto

Microsoft's Bing search engine returns to China just a day after users reported outages

A Kentucky newspaper apologised for rejecting a woman's obituary that said Trump 'hastened' her death

The CEO of China's dominant internet search company gave employees an alarming New Year message: 'Winter is coming'

Sundar Pichai says more than 100 Google employees were working on a censored China search engine at one point

China sparks outrage for sentencing an author who wrote about gay love to 10 years — longer than some rapists get

For 8 years, Google's satellites wouldn't map an obscure area in Nevada where an experimental military site exists — and there's still no explanation about why