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China's role highlighted at global Internet governance meeting

This article was produced by the Xinhua News Agency, the official press agency of the People’s Republic of China. Xinhua describes itself as the “information organ of the central government.” Given China’s size and importance, GlobalPost publishes Xinhua’s press feed as a resource for its readers and makes no claims as to journalistic accuracy. 135 more words


Even more money proposed for “protecting” the monarchy

In a recent report at Prachatai, Thailand’s unusually wealthy businessman-police chief, Police General Somyos Pumpanmuang, has declared that his department has “proposed a plan to reduce multiple internet gateways to a single one in order to increase the efficiency of the state’s surveillance system.” 140 more words

Ron Miller: Spain's link tax taxes my patience

Ron Miller: Spain’s link tax taxes my patience http://www.computerworld.com/article/2490771/technology-law-regulation/iron-miller-spain-s-link-tax-taxes-my-patience.html  via @computerworld

Internet censorship by the back door? Is Spain a trial run for the entire EU? 31 more words

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Reddit users rebel after site bans 5 harassing subforums

WATCH ABOVE: Reddit cracks down on trolls. Nicole Bogart reports.

TORONTO – Reddit has banned and removed five subreddits for harassment, a month after announcing new community guidelines designed to crack down on abusive behaviour on the site. 364 more words