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A Kentucky newspaper apologized for rejecting a woman’s obituary that said Trump ‘hastened’ her death
A Kentucky woman's family complained of "censorship" after a newspaper rejected an obituary that said President Donald Trump "hastened" her death.
The CEO of China’s dominant internet search company gave employees an alarming New Year message: ‘Winter is coming’
In a letter to employees on Tuesday, the chief exec of China's largest search engine, Baidu, warned that "winter is coming."
Sundar Pichai says more than 100 Google employees were working on a censored China search engine at one point
At the House Committee meeting on Tuesday, Google CEO Sundar Pichai evaded answering questions about whether the company will reenter China.
Laura Loomer, a far-right activist who tweeted anti-Muslim remarks about Minnesota Rep.-elect Ilhan Omar, handcuffed herself to Twitter’s headqu...
Laura Loomer was kicked off the platform for comments she made toward Rep.-elect Ilhan Omar of Minnesota.
China sparks outrage for sentencing an author who wrote about gay love to 10 years — longer than some rapists get
The author published a book that "obscenely" described gay sex, state media said. Pornography is illegal in China, as is same-sex marriage.
For 8 years, Google’s satellites wouldn’t map an obscure area in Nevada where an experimental military site exists — and there’...
Google Earth did not update its satellite image of an experimental military base in southwestern Nevada for eight years, according to Motherboard. Updates typically take place every 30 days.
The CEO of China's second biggest search engine, Sogou, has said the company could help Google with its return to China. Sogou CEO Wang Xiaochuan told the MIT Technology Review that the company could act as a middle-man between Google and the Chinese government.
Twitch, the hugely popular streaming service, has reportedly been banned in China. The Amazon-owned streaming service has been growing in popularity lately, assisted in part by the popularity of battle royale game "Fortnite."
A former Google China exec says the company’s plan to build a censored search engine in the country is likely a violation of human rights
Lokman Tsui, Google’s former head of free expression for Asia and the Pacific between until 2014, spoke out in an interview with the Intercept against the company's plan to build a search engine that would comply with the Chinese government's demands to censor information.
According to the Intercept, Google used a Chinese-based company it acquired in 2008 to test a censored search engine the company planned to launch in China. News came last week that Google will reverse an earlier decision not to censor information in that country.