VOA Tibetan's Kunleng discusses how to maximize security and safety on your computer, online, and on your smartphone.
Author: Tibet Action Institute (Tibet Action Institute)
Tibet: A Nonviolent History of War
The history of armed resistance has been controversial for Tibet’s nonviolent narrative.
Fake Twitter Accounts From China Propagandists:
Kunleng discusses UK based Free Tibet’s findings on the fake Twitter accounts that promote Beijing’s line on Tibet and that reflect near identical stands on a range of Tibet related issues to the Chinese Communist Party’s propaganda machinery. Guests: Dechen Pemba, Editor, High Peaks Pure Earth, and Lobsang Gyatso Sither, Security Trainer, Tibetan Action Institute....
How China Keeps Tabs on Tibetan Exiles
All the phones started ringing at once, she remembers: Beep-beep, chimes, brrring! About 20 people in a room in San Francisco were getting calls, often, it turned out, from the person sitting right next to them. “Hello?” The room erupted. “Hello? Hello?” Strange voices then came from some of the phones, men with Chinese accents talking nonsense...
Monk arrested for sharing Dalai Lama teaching on WeChat
DHARAMSHALA, March 7: Chinese authorities have arrested senior Tibetan monk of Drongsar Monastery Chamdo region’s Pashoe County, a Tibetan exile told the RFA’s Tibetan service. Lobsang Choejor was arrested on March 4, according to the source, for alleged use of China based free mobile text and voice messaging service to disseminate information to the exile “separatist forces”....
Tibet called ‘training ground’ for more Chinese expansion
Lhadon Tethong, director of the Tibet Action Institute, is a prominent spokesperson for Tibetan rights and critic of Chinese exploitation of natural resources in other Tibet, as well as other countries including several in Africa. Tibetan Action Institute Director Lhadon Tethong frequently participates in demonstrations in Harvard Square with other Tibetan activists. She likens China’s...
Foreign Policy :Welcome to Dharamsala, ground zero in China’s cyberwar.
Getting Offline for Digital Security: Working with Tibetans in Exile
In order to promote online digital security awareness, sometimes you have to go offline.
China ‘hacking websites in hunt for Tibetan dissidents’
Beijing launching hacking attacks on popular India-based Tibetan websites to find and jail Tibetan dissidents living in China.