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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.
2017/12/04 | Kenrick Davis
Valkyries Disconnected: Chinese Authorities Pat Down Mobile Games for Violence, Obscenity
Ministry of Culture has 50 Chinese games in its crosshairs for content that’s 'harmful to social values.'
2017/11/13 | Rongbin Han
New (and Not So New) Trends in China’s Online Censorship
The volume of online complaints on one major Internet forum has dropped significantly and dramatically since March 2013, when Xi took power. Through reducing negative information within Chinese cyberspace and blocking citizens’ access to information outside the Great Firewall, the party-state turns Chinese cyberspace increasingly into an intranet.
2017/05/05 | John Lee
The Rise of China’s Tech Sector: The Making of An Internet Empire
Part one of this two-part series looks at the rise of China's digital economy, the champion firms that dominate it, and their relationship with the Chinese state.