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2018/12/14 | Global Voices
China's Caging of Domestic Twitterati Ominous for Overseas Users
One Twitter user said that using the social messaging service in China is now 'more dangerous than street demonstrations.'
Threats to Online Expression Plague South Asia
From internet shutdowns to killings of journalists, clampdowns on internet freedoms are on the rise across the region.
Taking Action on #MeToo in China
Despite a campaign to quell the circulation of the meme on social media, various institutions are putting mechanisms in place to counter sexual harassment.
MYANMAR: Online Defamation Cases Are Silencing Critics
Civil society groups are trying to blow the lid off a de-facto censorship law in Myanmar as defamation cases increase under the democratically elected government.
2018/05/10 | Jules Quartly
The Ban that Never Was: Peppa Pig, AI and Porkie Pies
AI-inspired Peppa content pushed an online publishing platform into deep water in China, but the headlines missed a deeper argument over whether the state can or should rule on what media people consume.
2018/06/27 | East Asia Forum
CHINA: Communist Party Battles to Have Last Laugh on Web Censorship
Communist Party moves to shut down a satirical app are squeezing Chinese people's right to laugh.