China's microblogging site Weibo backtracks on gay content ban
BEIJING, China – China’s popular Weibo microblogging platform on Monday, April 16, reversed a decision to block “homosexual” content, in an unusual concession to a storm of online protest at the weekend.
Sina Weibo said in a statement Friday, April 13, it had begun a three-month-long “clean-up campaign” to remove …
Journalists urge EU to resist lobbying by tech giants
PARIS, France – Top journalists called on the EU Tuesday, December 11, to resist intenseRead More
CEO Sundar Pichai says Google has 'checks and balances' against bias
WASHINGTON, DC, USA – Google chief executive Sundar Pichai said on Monday, December 10, that theRead More