Google is finally going on the record with its once-secret Project Dragonfly, a censorship-friendly search engine for the people of China.
Speaking at the Wired 25 Summit, Google CEO Sundar Pichai not only confirmed the existence of the project but
Well, this is awkward.
As Google employees continue to protest their company's no-longer secret plan to launch a censored version of its search engine in China, one little detail seems to have gone largely unremarked. Namely, that the project
I guess it's easier than just admitting your tweets are bad.
A majority of Republicans surveyed by the nonpartisan Pew Research Center claim that the technology companies of the world are liberal, and, what's more, that social media companies
Following allegations of LBGTQ and tattoo censorship, the remainder of this year's Eurovision Song Contest will no longer be broadcast in China.
The decision comes from Eurovision's organiser, the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), who terminated
China's annual "two sessions" meetings are as serious as they come when it comes to political affairs.
Taking place in Beijing, the event predictably gets extensive coverage in China. Yet a viral eye roll by reporter Liang Xiangyi has upstaged the
For a country which throws around the c-word like it's going out of fashion, Australians won't be able to hear it said in the critically-acclaimed Lady Bird.
Greta Gerwig's Oscar-nominated film has been cut by Universal Pictures to satisfy an M
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