Tag: censorship

An off-target approach to Indonesia’s cyber-issues

Jakarta’s policies are eroding the nation’s democratic health. To preserve its democracy, Indonesia must reconsider its current cyber-policy and rethink its political censorship measures, Thomas […]

Cultural Black-out on China’s Hip Hop Music

China’s government has banned promotion of its hip-hop culture despite growing popularity. Why the sudden crackdown? Karen Zhang writes.

Trading Freedom for Functionality: China’s app Censorship

WeChat, China’s most popular messaging app is an integral part of Chinese contemporary culture. The app has over 800 million active users, 90% being Chinese, and […]

Facebook: A Coercive Political Actor?

If Facebook could stack an election against the likes of Pauline Hanson or Donald Trump, would you want it to? Would you want it to […]