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China's top cyber authority said on Oct 26 that it would carry out a "rectification" of Chinese mobile Internet browsers to address what it called social concerns over the "chaos" of information being published online.
Google said it will block some autocomplete search suggestions to stop misinformation spreading online during the US presidential election in November.
Classrooms are confronting the ubiquity and often arbitrary nature of the ruling Communist Party's online censorship.
Chinese authorities have approved a new set of comprehensive regulations that expand the scope of online censorship, emphasise the war against "negative" content and make platforms more liable for content violations.
A US genealogy company has digitised millions of records from an archive on victims of Nazi persecution and made them available online.
Launched in January, Xuexi Qiangguo tests Communist Party cadres on their knowledge of their leader, country and history. But many have already found ways to cheat the system and bag the bonuses.
Cubans are using new found social media muscle to challenge their leaders in ways hitherto unseen on the communist-run island.
Amazon is now the No. 1 target of activist shareholders.
Released by China’s Communist Party, the app is helping cadres learn more about its political doctrine.
China has ordered one of the country’s fastest-growing Internet startups, Beijing Bytedance Technology Co, to shut a popular joke-sharing app and delete its WeChat social media account, part of a resurgent effort to clean up online content.