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Dec 23, 2016
The Narendra Modi government’s requests for user data have gone down, not upIndia has the second largest internet population in the world. Is it any wonder that India's requests for user data are so high?
Nov 14, 2016
Donald Trump is proof that a free, uncensored internet isn't always the best internetHave you ever tried browsing Facebook or YouTube in incognito mode? You’ll see a different world out there.
Mar 30, 2016
In a move to expand control, China tightens internet laws further enhancing censorshipChina is consolidating its ability to censor the Internet by drafting new rules requiring businesses that serve domestic Internet users to register their Web addresses inside the country, a move seen as targeting Chinese companies but that has raised concerns among foreign businesses.
Mar 24, 2015
No more illegal censorship or harassment: Section 66A quashing a victory for internet users, says IAMAIApplauding the Supreme Court's quashing of Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, 2000 on Tuesday, stakeholders among the internet and mobile community termed it as a "momentous victory" for the 302 million internet users in India.
Jan 23, 2015
China on a VPN services-blocking spree; to prevent users' uncensored access to the webChina is blocking VPN services that let users skirt online censorship of popular websites such as Google and Facebook amid a wider crackdown on online information
Dec 30, 2014
Gmail thrown off the Great Firewall: A look at stifling Internet censorship in ChinaChina's censorship tactics aren't something new.
Nov 15, 2014
As Indian govt plans a web filter, let's see how Internet censorship works in Iran, China and CubaLet us take a look at some countries where Internet is severely controlled
Aug 05, 2014
Irony alert: Thailand junta bans 'Tropico 5' game that lets you play as a dictatorArray
Jul 15, 2014
Chinese media allegations false, iPhone is not a security threat: AppleApple has released a statement in response to Chinese state media's allegation that iPhone feature 'Frequent Locations' is used for tracking the location of users which can lead to spying.
Jul 12, 2014
Chinese media calls Apple's iPhone a 'national security concern'Array