Why Google Quit China—and Why It’s Heading Back
by The Atlantic | Jan 19 2016
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Allowing ill-defined "extremist" content to be removed without judicial oversight or due process can too easily be used by states interested in limiting inde...
Aug 30 2016
In the San Francisco Chronicle, Marissa Lang explores whether bans on social media platforms ever amount to censorship.
Jun 3 2016
A new agreement between the European Commission and four major U.S. companies—Facebook, Google, Twitter, and Microsoft—went into effect yesterday.