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An empirical method for measuring Internet censorship.
New reports of failure to remove sexualized images of children raise questions about whether enough is being done to keep troubling content from servers.
The social network is clearly not comfortable deciding whether content in users’ news feeds is true.
A tool to censor content in China seems at odds with the social network’s inaction over fake news in the U.S.
Government leaders who turn off the Internet as a means of censorship are shooting their economies in the foot.
The Chinese government likes to control social media and what people do with it—but Facebook looks willing to launch in China anyway.
President Obama seems to think Google can help increase Internet access in a country that has not historically been interested in unfettered connectivity.
By exploiting the plumbing of the Web, researchers have created a new way around online censorship that governments could struggle to shut down.
A vivid image of a beating heart tested Facebook’s system for handling complaints from the public.
New software makes Web traffic that’s banned in places like China or Iran appear as ordinary Internet use.