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2 Chinese Bloggers in Exile Warn That Police Are Interrogating Their Followers

2 Chinese Bloggers in Exile Warn That Police Are Interrogating Their Followers

By Dake Kang and Huizhong Wu
Wang Zhi’an and Li Ying said in separate posts that Chinese police were interrogating people who followed them on social media, and urged followers to take precautions.

Watching Taiwan’s Free Elections, Chinese Internet Users Lament One-Party Rule

Watching Taiwan’s Free Elections, Chinese Internet Users Lament One-Party Rule

By Yaqiu Wang
Quickly censored comments reveal a bitter rejection of Beijing’s official line on the Taiwanese balloting.
China’s Crackdown on Foreign Firms Is a Symptom of a Much Deeper Problem

China’s Crackdown on Foreign Firms Is a Symptom of a Much Deeper Problem

By Sarah Cook
Investigations in the business sector are just the tip of the iceberg. Politicized prosecutions are a growing blight on Chinese society.

China Commits to Another 5 Years of Xi Jinping’s Information Policies 

China Commits to Another 5 Years of Xi Jinping’s Information Policies 

By Sarah Cook
The annual legislative and consultative sessions indicate that China’s leaders will not waver from their emphasis on control at home and aggressiveness abroad.

China’s Censors Could Shape the Future of AI-Generated Content

China’s Censors Could Shape the Future of AI-Generated Content

By Sarah Cook
When the Chinese regime’s information controls intersect with artificial intelligence, they can distort the global information landscape.

Chinese Protesters and the Global Internet Need One Another

Chinese Protesters and the Global Internet Need One Another

By Kian Vesteinsson and Angeli Datt
Safeguarding a free and open internet will help support China’s brave protesters.

How Zero COVID Protests Broke Through China’s Internet Censorship

How Zero COVID Protests Broke Through China’s Internet Censorship

By Larry Mullin
China’s infamous Great Firewall cracked amid late November’s protests – the exact thing the censorship apparatus was designed to prevent.
Strict Government Censorship Requirements Leave Chinese Tech Companies Struggling Overseas

Strict Government Censorship Requirements Leave Chinese Tech Companies Struggling Overseas

By Chauncey Jung
The latest scandal regarding WPS Office highlights the bind Chinese tech companies face.

China’s Censors Aim to Contain Dissent During Harsh COVID-19 Lockdowns

China’s Censors Aim to Contain Dissent During Harsh COVID-19 Lockdowns

By Sarah Cook
Top doctors have been among those silenced for urging a shift away from China's draconian pandemic control strategy.

China and Russia Want to Rule the Global Internet

China and Russia Want to Rule the Global Internet

By Charles Mok
Their model of surveillance and censorship threatens a free, open, and secure future internet.

Chinese Tennis Star Accuses Former Top Official of Sexual Assault

Chinese Tennis Star Accuses Former Top Official of Sexual Assault

By Shannon Tiezzi
Peng Shuai's post broke new ground for the #MeToo movement in China: directly implicating a high-ranking CCP official.
On Internet Freedom, China and Taiwan Are Worlds Apart

On Internet Freedom, China and Taiwan Are Worlds Apart

By Sarah Cook and Allie Funk
One is ranked as the most oppressive digital environment. The other is among the freest.

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