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The Hawks have denied reports that it is investigating a Daily Maverick journalist, and has pointed out that a police official has laid a charge against her in his personal capacity.
Primedia says it will be investigating a claim by former Radio 702 host Karima Brown that she was 'censored' at the station, an internal communique shows, days after it was announced that her contract will not be renewed.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai did not answer a single question during the 30-minute Q&A period.
Twitter came under fire after accounts of critics of the Chinese government were shut down ahead of anniversary protests at Tiananmen Square.
The Film and Publication Board considered making blasphemy a mandatory consideration when age-classifying films – and expanding it to include cultural issues. Instead new guidelines published on Friday abandons even voluntary "B" warnings.
Chinese internet users have lost access to Microsoft's Bing search engine, triggering grumbling about Communist Party censorship
The coming-of-age romance is set against a background of homophobia and intolerance in a country where love between people of the same gender is illegal.
China told its media to not "attack Trump's vulgarity" and instead to promote state-sanctioned "economic brightspots".
It's not easy to remove a person from history, but brutal leaders throughout history have erased some of their formerly close advisors. Here are the six craziest stories of someone being erased from history.
How to travel to a country where internet access is limited and sites like Google and Facebook are blocked.
Ethiopia is using last month's assassination of high-ranking officials as a pretext to arrest critics with no apparent links to the attacks, international and domestic rights activists said Wednesday.
YouTube’s latest attempt to crack down on hate speech has produced significant collateral damage, says Karl W. Smith.
The two newspapers were among the last major English news site still accessible to mainland Chinese residents.
Although Huawei has only recently been banned in the US, China has long blocked major US tech companies like Facebook and Google from operating there.
Under brand new guidelines censors will consider a range of factors when deciding if a game is suitable for children of different ages beyond just nudity or violence, including "criminal techniques" and "competitive intensity".
Nobody has a natural right to have their utterances broadcast raw into people's homes. It's the job of journalists and editors to decide who and what should be covered as news and with what prominence, writes Max du Preez.
Lokman Tsui, Google’s former head of free expression for Asia and the Pacific between until 2014, spoke out in an interview with the Intercept against the company's plan to build a search engine that would comply with the Chinese government's demands
China wants to transform Hainan island into a sprawling hub for foreign investment, gambling, tourism, and luxury by 2020.
Movies screened in Saudi Arabia can expect strong censorship, particularly around scenes which feature sex, LGBT representation, and religious issues.
Liang Xiangyi was caught on live TV rolling her eyes and giving a fellow reporter an extreme side-eye as she asked a rambling question at a state conference.
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