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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.'
2017/10/14 | Fan Liya
China’s Communist Youth League Decries Twitter 'Defamation'
Party’s youth wing reiterates it has no presence on one of the world’s largest social media platforms, but fails to step up to the plate and launch an official account.
2017/09/07 | Stellina Chen
CARTOON: Will Taiwan Lose US Trade over North Korea?
Taiwan may risk losing its third largest export partner, the US, and $33.6 billion worth of foreign trade over North Korea.
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.
2017/05/03 | Oiwan Lam
High-Profile Chinese Blogger Arrested for Online Comments, After Years of Police Harassment
Well-known Chinese blogger and Twitter commenter Wu Bin (吳斌) (@xuicai1911 @秀才江湖) was arrested by Shenzhen national security police on April 27 for making online comments.
2017/04/05 | ZiQing Low
Kashmir’s Facebook Storm; Police Round Up ‘Miscreants’ as Terrorists Run Social Media Workshops
Indian authorities are cracking down on fake social media accounts following allegations that the accounts are being used by militants based in Pakistan to incite unrest in the disputed Kashmir region
2016/09/29 | Edward White
Singapore to Jail Teenage Blogger
Controversial Singaporean blogger Amos Yee has been sentenced 38 days in prison for ‘intending to wound religious feelings.’
2016/09/20 | Malaysiakini
Former Journalist Arrested for Islam Tweet in Malaysia
A former journalist was arrested for allegedly insulting Islam on Twitter.