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Hong Kong Court Rejects Government Ban on Protest Song

Deutsche Welle

A top court in the semi-autonomous territory has turned down an effort to ban the protest song “Glory to Hong Kong.”


Chinese-Australian Cartoonist Badiucao Walks a Fine Line To Avoid Being Politically Hijacked

Global Voices

Chinese dissident cartoonist Badiucao finds it increasingly difficult to make his voice heard in Australia.

Singapore Newspaper Reader

Does Singapore Really Need a 'Fake News' Law?

Kirsten Han

There are plenty of constraints on free expression in Singapore and fake news appears yet to be a problem.


The Cambridge Saga and Upholding Western Academic Values in the Face of Chinese Censors

Jonathan Sullivan

It goes without saying that from the point of view of the integrity of the academic endeavour CUP has made the right decision. While we wait to see how CUP’s business in China may be affected


Limiting the 'Right to be Forgotten'

The Japan Times

According to the Supreme Court of Japan, search results can be ordered deleted only when the value of privacy protection clearly surpasses that of information disclosure.


OP-ED: China the Twelve Year Old

J. Michael Cole

For far too long we have allowed the tyrant child to determine our actions. This must stop. We must stop fearing it.

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