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Reddit has released the most ‘upvoted’ posts of 2019, and it shows how much trolling is part of the platform’s culture
Reddit recently released its year-in-review report highlighting the most popular posts, active subreddit communities, and viral trends.
A Uighur Dutch woman admitted to leaking secret Chinese cables on Muslim oppression. She’s going public to stop China’s death threats.
Asiye Abdulaheb told the Dutch De Volkskrant newspaper that she had a role in disseminating the explosive internal documents on Xinjiang.
Mysterious automated calls, vanished relatives, and sinister Facebook comments: How China intimidates Uighurs who don’t even live in the country...
Though China's brutal campaign is most active in Xinjiang, many Uighurs living abroad say they've been targeted by Chinese agents.
Top US Marine says young troops should not be blamed for using TikTok, responsibility is with senior leaders
"That's not their fault. That's on us," the Marine Corps commandant said of concerns over the app, adding, "I don't blame them for that."
Only one cryptocurrency is outperforming bitcoin this year — and its exchange has pioneered the practice of destroying coins every quarter
Binance Coin faces pressures from a rumored November police raid in China and new firms entering the initial exchange offering market.
TikTok’s chief is heading to Washington to defend the video-sharing platform against censorship and privacy concerns as lawsuits and investigati...
TikTok faces mounting pressure over concerns it censors content deemed offensive to the Chinese government and poses a threat to US national security.
British GQ dropped China’s President Xi from its ‘worst-dressed’ list after comparing him to ‘the mass murderer Chairman Mao...
China's Xi Jinping and Thailand's Maha Vajiralongkorn were removed from the British GQ's worst dress list out of fear of causing offense.
"We believe Nike is on the cusp of a sharp acceleration in EPS growth," a team of Goldman Sachs analysts led by Alexandra Walvis wrote Thursday.
Many of NATO's longstanding problems were under discussion at its leaders summit this week, but the agenda included a relatively new challenge: China.
The Nintendo Switch will launch in China December 10, bringing the world’s fastest-selling video game console to the world’s biggest video...
China, the world's most valuable gaming market, is expected to spend more than $36 billion on video games this year.