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Chinese social-media platform WeChat saw spikes in the terms ‘coronavirus,’ ‘shortness of breath,’ and ‘SARS,’ wee...
A study found discussions about SARS-like infections on WeChat in early December, raising questions about the timeline of the coronavirus outbreak.
Using the popular online game "Minecraft," players created a library where people in countries that censor news and books can access those materials.
A Wuhan doctor says Chinese officials silenced her coronavirus warnings in December, costing thousands their lives
"He made me feel that I alone had ruined the future of Wuhan. I was in despair," Ai Fen said after being rebuked by Wuhan Central Hospital officials.
A top Chinese official called for ‘gratitude education’ in order to teach citizens to properly thank the government for fighting the coron...
Wuhan party secretary Wang Zhonglin called on Wuhan citizens to "thank the communist party, follow the party's way and create strong positive energy."
Chinese social media has been censoring coronavirus content since the day the government acknowledged the outbreak
China reported the outbreak to the World Health Organization on December 31. Within 24 hours, WeChat and YY were censoring content, Citizen Lab found.
China enacted a sweeping new law that bars people from posting negative content online, and it could be used to suppress coronavirus news
The new law, which took effect Sunday, bans "dissemination of rumors" and anything "destroying national unity."
Trump barred a top health expert from speaking freely about the coronavirus. It’s one of many ways the administration has muzzled scientists.
The Trump administration reportedly barred a top US health official from discussing the coronavirus. It follows a pattern of science censorship.
Chinese police reportedly put a professor under house arrest, cut his internet, and kicked him off social media after he criticized President Xi over ...
Xu Zhangrun, a law professor at the elite Tsinghua University, had published a scathing essay on the Chinese government's handling of the coronavirus.
The next Tiananmen Square? Chinese citizens are demanding increased free speech after the death of a coronavirus whistleblower doctor. China is censor...
Viral hashtags — "The Wuhan government owes Li Wenliang an apology," "I want freedom of speech," and "We want freedom of speech" – were seen by millions before being censored.
Comedian Adam Carolla’s new documentary accidentally reveals that a lot of conservative ‘free-speech warriors’ are just free-speech ...
"No Safe Spaces" rehashes left-wing campus "snowflake" outrages. It says nothing about President Donald Trump and conservative attacks on free speech.