The Sudanese government has censored social media in light of ongoing protests against an authoritarian regime.
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Amid political turmoil in Venezuela, foreign journalists are being targeted by Maduro’s policies of detainment and censorship.
Orders from the government amid rising political tensions have left citizens without access to social media platforms and messaging services for months.
Turkey, December 5 Turkish authorities seek arrest of journalist Dundar over 2013 protests Turkish authorities seek arrest of journalist Dundar over 2013 protests https://t.co/zIygjrgvA4 — Can Dündar (@candundaradasi) December 5, 2018 After the attempted coup in Turkey in 2016, President Erdogan has cracked down on
Netflix recently blocked an episode of a Hasan Minhaj’s “Patriot Act” in Saudi Arabia because it was critical of the Saudi government and Mohammed bin Salman’s possible role in the killing of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Khashoggi was killed while visiting the Saudi consulate
ByteDance, a Chinese social media giant, has replaced Uber as the world’s most valuable startup but still faces obstacles presented by Chinese online restrictions.
China has deployed many media tactics over the years to influence its own narrative in the international community.
The world never stops spinning which means news never stops running. Read about what happened in September in the world of media and press.
For months, the world has been watching as Reuters reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo faced potential imprisonment for reporting on mass graves of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar. This past week, the two were sentenced to seven years of jail each.