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The (agressively mediocre) slasher film 'Winnie-the-Pooh: Blood and Honey' has been cancelled in Hong Kong for “technical” reasons. In reality, it's yet another display of censorship obsessed with the startling likeness between Xi Jinping and Pooh
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France says "non" to UK changes to Roald Dahl children's books
While changes to the language of Roald Dahl's children's books in the UK have stirred controversy in the UK, French publishers have taken a different tact.
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A Belarusian court on Thursday opened the trial of a dissident journalist, Román Protasévich, who is accused of organizing mass unrest and engaging in plots to overthrow the government, among other charges.
Imprisoned Iranian director Jafar Panahi declares hunger strike
“This arrest was more like banditry and hostage-taking than the execution of a judicial sentence,” Panahi writes.
The Marvel movie ban in China has officially been lifted
Marvel and Disney can breathe a sigh of relief, as China has ended its three-and-a-half year ban on all Marvel movie releases
Were Twitter moderators too close to the intelligence community?
Some have questioned whether Twitter users were being unnecessarily censored and whether twitter’s content moderation policy was its own, or whether it was effectively outsourced to the US intelligence community
Why are the Brits censoring a classic Christmas song? Again
Christmas censorship: The Pogues’ ‘Fairytale of New York’ is once again under attack under the guise of “protection”.
Publishers fear chilling effect of Russian anti-LGBT, foreign agent la
Russia's new anti-LGTBI laws and laws against so-called 'foreign agents' have publishers worried that the arts have been left unprotected against possible censorship.
Why Marvel needs to stop queerbaiting audiences
While Black Panther: Wakanda Forever does well for a sequel to a cultural behemoth, it singularly fails when it comes to what Marvel were advertising: queer representation.
How Iranians are hopping between VPNs to stay connected
Amid mass protests and an Internet crackdown, demand for VPNs has surged in Iran - but finding ones that work is a challenge.
Turkish opposition leader charged for alleged 'disinformation'
Kemal Kilicdaroglu faces up to three years in prison if convicted under the controversial new law.
Russia adds Meta to list of 'terrorist and extremist organisations'
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Exiled Russia journalists make their voices heard from Riga
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Critics slam Turkey's draft law on criminalising 'disinformation'
Critics say the proposed bill will censor opposition voices and restrict independent media.
The dying art of political satire: Winners of LIBEX 2022 competition
The winning entries of the LIBEX 2022 editorial cartoon competition have been announced.
The Iranian musician risking prison for his new album
Mehdi Rajabian has spent years in prison, lived through solitary confinement and endured hunger strikes just to put his music out in the world. His latest album 'It Arrives' puts his life on the line once again.
Why are these Middle East countries censoring Netflix?
A statement from the Gulf Cooperation Council didn't go into specifics but there are some clues as to why they're upset.