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2016/10/19 | Olivia Yang
Media Accuses Taipei of 'Leaking‘ Personal Info of 350,000 Students
The Taipei City Government denies reports of a massive leak of school children's personal information.
Taiwan's Dream to Excel in IoT Edges Closer to Reality
The government's ambitious targets to grow Taiwan's internet of things industry are coming together despite talent-related teething troubles.
2018/10/18 | Stellina Chen
CARTOON: Google's Dragonfly Buzzes Behind Great Firewall
The company that once said it wouldn't be evil has publicly touted its plans to launch a censored search engine in China.
2015/09/08 | Alvin
Google Play Store Returning to China Raises Questions
Almost every Android phone and tablet needs to install Google Play, but Chinese authorities have banned it because it is involved in ideological problems and can only be launched on online shops that have passed strict scrutiny.
2016/06/29 | Bing-sheng Lee
Apple Scouts Taiwan for New Data Center: Reports
Changhua County in Taiwan has been attracting tech giants like Google, Facebook and Apple for major investment.
2016/12/14 | The Japan Times
Google’s Commitment to Go Green
Government commitments are important, but even more durable and compelling are steps by companies like Google.
2017/03/14 | ZiQing Low
Will China Use Google Scholar to Rewrite History?
Experts fear that Beijing's information controls will ‘little by little’ affect access to information outside of China.
2017/03/16 | Jules Quartly
Fake News in China and Taiwan: Pot, Kettle, Black
China and Taiwan offer different models for tackling the worldwide problem of fake news, top-down or bottom-up. Take your pick...
2017/03/30 | John Gooding
The Content Control Reckoning for Tech Giants
Tech giants like Facebook and Google are facing a conundrum: How to prevent hateful and offensive content while also keeping ad revenue?
2017/05/31 | Kirsten Han
Pink Dot, Speakers' Corner and the Death of Singapore's Only Space for Dissent
The Singapore government is barring foreigners from assembling at Hong Lim Park in support of LGBT rights.
2017/11/01 | Matthew Fulco
HTC's Future: VR Headsets or Failed Bets?
Once a leading light of the global smartphone market, Taiwan's HTC has been hemorrhaging for the past nine quarters. Having bet on sales of its Vive virtual reality (VR) headset to drive future revenues, it will need VR to become a mass market technology sooner rather than later to survive long-term.