In this episode of The Little Red Podcast Tibet Action’s Tenzin Dorjee joined author Barbara Demick and historian Benno Weiner...
25FebFebruary 25, 2021
Google was met with outrage last year when it was reported that the company may have been looking to get back into the search engine business in China.
GOOGLE IS FACING a new campaign of global protests over its plan to launch a censored version of its search engine in China.
National Endowment for Democracy to Honor Uyghur, Tibetan, and Chinese Christian Activists.
A Tibetan flag flutters alongside a Massachusetts one and the US flag outside Boston City Hall, marking the 60 years since the Tibetan uprising in Lhasa prompted the Dalai Lama to flee his palace.
Earlier this month, Radio Free Asia reported that a Tibetan monk, Jamyang Losal, had died after setting himself on fire in China’s northwestern Qinghai province
There's precious little technical support for civil society groups facing online threats, new research says
This is a copy of a tainted email that Saudi dissident Ali Al-Ahmed received last May after attending an event at the American Enterprise Institute in Washington. Somebody surveilled him from the audience, then sent the spearphishing email to his inbox.
Shortly after The Intercept broke the story about Google’s Dragonfly project–a censored, snooping search engine in development for the China market–engineer Jack Poulson decided it was time to leave the company.
GOOGLE IS FACING a renewed wave of criticism from human rights groups over its controversial plan to launch a censored search engine in China.