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21 February 2020

Sony World Photography Awards accused of censoring photos featuring Hong Kong protests

Author: Inside Imaging

“World Photography Awards ‘censors’ Hong Kong protests”, 20 February 2020...

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3 February 2020

India: TikTok accused of censorship, as user alleges 'shadow banning' of Muslim-Hindu unity content

Author: BBC

“Censorship claims emerge as TikTok gets political in India”, 31 January 2020...

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17 December 2019

China: Financial information provider Refinitiv reportedly uses filter to block Reuters stories amid Hong Kong protests

Author: Reuters

“Refinitiv created filter to block Reuters stories amid Hong Kong protests”,...

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10 December 2019

Ethiopia: UN expert on freedom of expression urges officials to stop shutting down internet

Author: Associated Press, VOA News

"UN Expert Urges Ethiopia to Stop Shutting Down Internet", 09 Dec 2019...

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10 December 2019

Global Expression report shows three of every four people are experiencing deterioration in freedom of expression

Author: Article 19 & V-Dem

"Global Expression Report", 02 Dec 2019...

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9 December 2019

WeChat alleged of content censorship and blocking Canadian users

Author: Tom Blackwell, National Post (Canada)

"Censored by a Chinese tech giant? Canadians using WeChat app say they're being blocked", 4 December 2019...

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5 December 2019

TikTok admits censoring certain users' videos to stop bullying

Author: The Guardian (UK)

“TikTok owns up to censoring some users' videos to stop bullying”, 4 December 2019...

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3 December 2019

TikTok denies content moderation over "political sensitivities" after user reported banned for posting video about China's detention camps

Author: Leo Kelion, BBC

“Teen's TikTok video about China's Muslim camps goes viral”, 26 November 2019...

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3 December 2019

TikTok user reportedly blocked after posting video about China's detention camps

A 17-year-old Tiktok user claimed that her account has been suspended after posting a video accusing China of putting Muslims into detention camps on the social platform....

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2 December 2019

TikTok user blocked after posting video about detention camps in China

Author: Raymond Zhong, New York Times

“TikTok Blocks Teen Who Posted About China’s Detention Camps”, 26 November 2019...

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