Facebook worked on special software so it could potentially accommodate censorship demands in China, according to a report in the New York Times.
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HONG KONG — The Chinese government has proposed taking part ownership of the country’s biggest Internet companies, and is subjecting American technology companies to mandatory reviews.Both moves are raising fears the government is attempting to exert even more control over web and tech firms in China. Continue reading
published: December 30, 2014
On December 26, 2014, I reposted on my Facebook page a video of Tibetan Buddhist monk Kalsang Yeshe’s self-immolation that occurred on December 23 [in Tawu county, Continue reading
4:35 pm HKT Dec 31, 2014
Just as scrutiny of how Facebook treats China-related content is mounting, the social-networking service on Wednesday suspended the account of a prominent Chinese dissident writer, citing its policy against nudity.
Liao Yiwu, who lives in Berlin, said Wednesday Continue reading
Tibetan writer Tsering Woeser has accused Facebook of censoring a post which included images of the recent self-immolation of Kalsang Yeshi, a 37-year-old monk who set himself Continue reading
Tibetan writer Tsering Woeser. (Courtesy of Tsering Woeser)
Tsering Woeser, a well-known Tibetan writer and activist, Continue reading