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Apple pulls Hong Kong app used by protesters after China warning
Apple pulls Hong Kong app used by protesters after China warning
Apple on Thursday removed an app criticised by China for allowing protesters in Hong Kong to track police, as Beijing steps up pressure on foreign...
Tuning surveillance software with African faces
Tuning surveillance software with African faces
With growing technological advances, more countries are being propelled to implement data privacy and protection measures. But such laws may not...
Three lessons from the Hong Kong protests
Three lessons from the Hong Kong protests
LONDON – The massive protests in Hong Kong in recent weeks have demonstrated the depth of its citizens’ determination to uphold their democratic way of life — something they were supposedly guaranteed when the United Kingdom returned sovereignty over the city to China in 1997....
Reporting from Tiananmen Square in 1989: 'I saw a lot I will never forget'
Reporting from Tiananmen Square in 1989: 'I saw a lot I will never forget'
The student-led protests in Beijing had been going on for almost three weeks by the time I arrived in China on May 1, 1989.
'Xi cult' app is China's red hot hit
'Xi cult' app is China's red hot hit
A propaganda app that puts China's powerful President Xi Jinping in anyone's pockets has become a hit in the country — with a helpful nudge...
Historic meeting lauds lifetime power for China's Xi Jinping
Historic meeting lauds lifetime power for China's Xi Jinping
Thousands of Chinese legislators erupted into enthusiastic applause on Monday over plans to give President Xi Jinping a lifetime mandate to mould...
Bad rap: Chinese fans fear crackdown on hip hop
Bad rap: Chinese fans fear crackdown on hip hop
Chinese music fans are bracing for a crackdown on hip hop after a rapper was apparently dropped from a popular singing programme, as reports...
Stage set for Chinese political theatre
Stage set for Chinese political theatre
China is the world's second-biggest economy, a country of rapidly ascending skyscrapers and keen smartphone buyers, where online debate is ever...
Web giants pander to Chinese government
Web giants pander to Chinese government
Three of China's largest internet companies have promised the government they will take steps to banish online rumours, state media said on...
Ai Weiwei regrets contribution to Olympics
Ai Weiwei regrets contribution to Olympics
Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei has told a Japanese newspaper that he regrets helping the Communist Party to stage a successful Olympic Games...
Beijing insists on use of real names on micro blogs
Beijing insists on use of real names on micro blogs
The Beijing city government said on Friday that it would tighten control over popular micro blogs that have vexed authorities with their rapid...
ANC's China visit falls on back of Dalai Lama debacle
ANC's China visit falls on back of Dalai Lama debacle
High-ranking officials of the African National Congress (ANC) visited China this week, local media reported on Sunday, in what could be seen as the...

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