China to Foreign Media: Get in Line or Get Out
Chinese leaders are showing that they’re ready completely shut China off from the rest of the world (again).
Everything You Know About Deng’s 1978 Third Plenum is Wrong
Plus, Bloomberg News is censoring its China coverage. Weekend China links.
China’s Global War Against Press Freedom
Beijing has long censored domestic news. Now the CCP is aggressively targeting foreign media.
Wikipedia Refuses to Comply with China’s Censorship
Plus, a Chinese cargo ship attempts to transverse the Arctic route to Europe. Monday China links.
Why is China Censoring the Global Times?
The state-run newspaper took down an article after it was reposted by a famous Weibo user.
Has Snowden Killed Internet Freedom?
By ousting Western cyber-espionage programs, Snowden has severely set back the cause of Internet freedom.
Beyond the Great Firewall: How and What China Censors
New research provides fresh insight into how authorities censor social media sites, and what they’re after.
A Tenure Rejection with Many Implications
The denial of tenure for Dr. Cherian George has sparked a fierce debate about academic freedom in Singapore.
Ban Lifted on Vishwaroopam Film in Tamil Nadu
After ten days in legal limbo, action flick Vishwaroopam has cleared censors in Tamil Nadu.
Media Outlets Protest State Editorial on Southern Weekly
In a bold move against censorship, Chinese media outlets are running disclaimers disavowing an editorial.
India's Battle for Freedom in Cyberspace
The arrest of two young women over Facebook comments has renewed a much needed debate over internet censorship.
Vietnam’s Blogger Revolution?
Vietnamese bloggers are increasingly driving the news agenda in the country. More robust reporting will be good for Vietnam’s development.