New York Times unaware of pig-face censorship in Malaysian edition


PETALING JAYA: The International New York Times was not aware of black boxes being placed on the faces of pigs in its Malaysian edition, according to the eponymous website of American journalist Jim Romenesko. 

“We were not aware of this before the newspaper was printed and we are discussing it with our printing contacts in the region,” wrote the Times vice president of corporate communications, Eileen Murphy, in an email.

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