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Until now, live-streamed killings seemed like something we could all agree to be against. But Trump apparently believes there’s a bigger social-...
Give me your poor, your shadow bans, and your hostile screenshots.
The White House created an online tool for Facebook and Twitter users to report examples of political bias and censorship
The Trump administration is collecting screenshots and links to the tweets and posts social-media giants take down over violations of their user agreements.
CBS censored a comedy short mocking Xi Jinping and Chinese censorship, reportedly to appease China, and replaced it with 8 seconds of silence
The short was meant to appear on "The Good Fight." CBS decided to censor it at the last minute, The New Yorker and New York Times reported.
A group of Microsoft and GitHub employees have come out in support of Chinese tech workers protesting the infamous ‘996’ work hours
Microsoft and GitHub employees wrote a letter to stand up against the censorship of 996.ICU, which is about illegal tech working conditions in China.
Sony is reportedly changing its standards for sexual content in new PlayStation games in response to the #MeToo movement and livestreaming
Sony has adopted new standards to cut down on sexually explicit depictions of women in video games sold for PlayStation.
But experts say the ban could backfire and risk making the gunman look like a martyr, and the document "forbidden fruit."
Service has been restored to China a day after outages were first reported, Microsoft confirms.
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.