YANGON, Burma (AP) — An international media organization is calling on Burma to investigate the arrests and alleged police beatings of journalists covering a demonstration against a new education bill.
Facebook removed content deemed to be in breach of Thailand’s lèse majesté and computer crimes laws 30 times in the second half of 2014 following requests from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs or Thai CERT (Computer Security Incident Response Team).
The Burmese police’s violent attacks on student protesters, monks, journalists and bystanders in Letpandan on Tuesday has been met with condemnation from around the world.
How does a fledlging viral video purveyor reach the world’s biggest viewership when a notorious firewall stands in the way? Rather than subvert or buck against China’s strictly censored social media networks, Storyful has instead decided to partner with one of them.
NEW DELHI (AP) — Vinod Mehta, founding editor of India’s Outlook magazine and a fearless and irreverent commentator on Indian politics, has died. He was 73. Hospital spokesman Amit Gupta says Mehta died Sunday of multiple organ failure at New Delhi’s All India Institute of Medical Sciences. In a career
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