22 Mar 2021

China Punishes Microsoft’s LinkedIn Over Lax Censorship

LinkedIn is the only major American social networking site allowed to operate in China, but only operates after the service censors the posts made by its millions of users. The Microsoft-owned service is now facing criticism after not censoring enough. The site for professionals was rebuked by China’s internet regulator

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01 Feb 2021

Thailand Targets Pro-Democracy Protesters in Sweeping Legal Dragnet

Hundreds of thousands of students marched in Thailand’s student-organized protests last year to demand reforms to the government. The democracy movement now is battling criminal prosecutions. Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha of Thailand threatens to use “all laws and all articles” against the dissenters from the street rallies. Dozens of protestors

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