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9 December 2019

WeChat alleged of content censorship and blocking Canadian users

Author: Tom Blackwell, National Post (Canada)

"Censored by a Chinese tech giant? Canadians using WeChat app say they're being blocked", 4 December 2019...

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3 December 2019

SenseTime to lead working group on drawing up national facial recognition standards

Author: Caixin

“Government Asks SenseTime to Lead Plans for National Facial-Recognition Standards”, 28 November 2019...

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4 November 2019

Access Now asks for at least one improvement from 24 internet, mobile & telco companies, based on 2019 Corporate Accountability Index

In October 2019, Access Now wrote to the leaders of 24 internet, mobile and telecommunications companies asking for at least one timely and achievable improvement, a recommendation based on what Access Now sees as the most acute issues facing at-risk ...

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21 October 2019

NBA Commissioner defends free speech amidst controversies over tweet supporting Hong Kong protests

In October 2019, Daryl Morey, the general manager of the Houston Rockets, expressed his support for the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong on Twitter. After Morey’s tweet was published, NBA said as an initial response in a statement that it recognized...

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15 October 2019

China: Apple accused of sending browsing data and IP addresses to Tencent

Author: South China Morning Post (Hong Kong)

“Apple criticised for sending some browsing data to Chinese social media giant Tencent”, 15 Oct 2019...

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14 October 2019

Google pulls Hong Kong protester game from store while Activision Blizzard removes pro-protest gamer from international tournament

Author: BBC (UK)

“Google pulls Hong Kong protestor game from store”, 11 Oct 2019...

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14 October 2019

Hong Kong: Epic Games expresses support for players who speak about human rights, after Blizzard bans pro-protest player

Author: Independent (UK)

“Blizzard Boycott: Fortnite creator says he won’t punish players for supporting human rights”, 11 Oct 2019...

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11 October 2019

Australia: Online gaming business supports Hong Kong Protest by covering prize money of pro-Hong Kong gamer & allegedly suffers China-originated cyberattack

Author: Nick Bonyhady, The Sydney Morning Herald

"Sydney startup faces cyber attack after supporting pro-Hong Kong gamer", 9 October 2019 A Sydney gaming startup has been hit by a concerted cyber attack after it offered to support a professional gamer banned from his sport for endorsing Hong Kong de...

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9 October 2019

NBA Commissioner defends freedom of expression while China halts broadcast of preseason games

Author: CNN Business

"China won't show NBA preseason games as backlash over Hong Kong tweet grows", 8 Oct 2019...

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6 October 2019

Singapore: 'Fake News' law grants temporary exemptions so tech companies can implement compliance measures

Author: Prinyaka Boghani, S&P Global

"Google, Facebook given breathing room as Singapore enacts 'fake news' law," 03 October 2019...

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