Chinese regulators have unveiled new controls limiting access to overseas websites. The move, announced Sunday, comes as China's population of online users increased to 731 million. The Ministry of…
Pakistani model and social media starlet Qandeel Baloch has been murdered in the city of Multan, in an apparent 'honor killing.' Local media report Pakistan police as saying that she was killed by…
China is to require that the country's 650 million Internet users use their real names when registering online. The new rule comes into effect from March 1 and is intended to halt the spread of…
Isolated country rejects idea that U.S. information war can be more effective than sanctions or military actions
Sohu, the Chinese search, video and games group, saw revenues climb by 17% to $430 million and net losses came in at $28 million,
HONG KONG – Baidu, China's search engine giant, saw net earnings grow by 27% in the third quarter, less than stock market forecasts, as revenues rose by 52%. Total revenues in the third quarter of…
Latest restrictions affect gmail, calendar products as well as previously blocked search and YouTube.
TV channels restored, but Internet censorship continues.
China's President Xi Jinping will personally head a new committee to strengthen the state's role in the internet in China.
TOKYO — Fuji TV will become the first Japanese network to offer its shows on the Internet simultaneously with its regular broadcast 24 hours a day. On March 14 Fuji will launch Fuji TV NEXT Smart…
China has announced new controls on content posted to online video sites. Separately, there is to be additional scrutiny of Chinese-language book publishing.
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