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A royal future?

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In China, economy dogged at decade's end

by Jennifer Pak Dec 25, 2019
China started 2009 weathering the global financial crisis and ends the decade battling slower economic growth and a trade war with the U.S.
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U.S. videogame giant seeks next approval in China, despite controversy over punishing Hong Kong gamer

by Scott Tong Nov 22, 2019
The Chinese gaming market is estimated at more than $30 billion, second only to that of the United States.
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Hollywood, U.S. Navy accused of caving to Chinese censorship standards

by Scott Tong Nov 21, 2019
The movie industry needs to sell tickets in China, so it often accepts Beijing's demands.
Moviegoers make their way to a multiplex cinema in Beijing in 2009.
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American entertainment versus Chinese censors

by Kimberly Adams Oct 9, 2019
"South Park" creators doubled down on their criticism of Chinese censorship this week.
A Chinese flag is seen placed on a mannequin wearing the USA basketball uniform as Chinese shoppers look at clothing in the NBA flagship retail store on October 9, 2019 in Beijing, China.
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Why a mystery social media account on the U.S.-China trade talks is generating buzz

by Jennifer Pak May 28, 2019
China’s state-run media has been tight-lipped about trade talks, but a mystery social media account seems to have the inside track.
A headline on a Taoran Notes article on the U.S.-China trade talks reads: "Without sincerity, there is no point in coming for talks and nothing to talk about.” Credit: Taoran Notes/WeChat
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China's Googleless internet remains vibrant

by Jennifer Pak Apr 8, 2019
Many U.S. tech firms are blocked, but there are homegrown equivalents inside the "Great Firewall."
The Google logo is reflected in windows of the company's China head office as the Chinese national flag flies in Beijing in 2010.
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The EU’s proposed copyright rules could upend the internet economy

by Molly Wood Sep 14, 2018
Could this be the beginning of the end of internet memes?
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Should websites be responsible for what users post online?

by Molly Wood, Stephanie Hughes, and Shaheen Ainpour Mar 7, 2018
A new bill makes it easier to sue websites for illegal content their users post.
The statute that former Rep. Chris Cox wrote with Oregon Sen. Ron Wyden has “worked pretty well over the last 20 years,” Cox says, but he's seen courts “stretch the rule a little bit too far.”
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Cloudflare's CEO wants to talk about who censors the internet

by Kai Ryssdal, Robert Garrova, and Emily Henderson Aug 22, 2017
Matthew Prince terminated the account of extremist website The Daily Stormer, but he's still worried about censorship.
Matthew Prince, CEO of Cloudflare, says the company has tried to be neutral.
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Instagram's giving you a new filter. To block abuse

by Andy Uhler Sep 13, 2016
It's not for pics. It's a keyword tool to hide inappropriate comments.
Instagram will introduce a keyword moderation tool that lets users list words you consider offensive or inappropriate so that those will automatically be deleted or hidden from appearing in your comment feed. 
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