Twitter, Facebook and Instagram are taking down accounts of Kashmiris, a report by a Kashmiri diaspora group says.
India’s main opposition leader slams firm for blocking tweet over alleged rape and murder of nine-year-old Dalit girl.
China has ‘fundamentally altered the bedrock’ of Hong Kong’s democratic institutions and ‘suppressed freedoms’, US says.
Authorities move to bar access to websites linked to opposition leader as September parliamentary election nears.
Company makes the disclosure while filing first compliance report under India’s controversial new social media rules.
Suspects allegedly hired private investigators to surveil Iranian-American journalist Masih Alinejad.
After student-run accounts erased, China’s marginalised LGBTQ community fears worse to come.
Decision to cancel talk by dancer Ramli Ibrahim reignites debate about the impact of religious conservatism on culture.
Technology minister says social media giant deliberately defied and failed to comply with new laws implemented in May.
Namewee’s latest video sparks backlash and highlights K-pop’s continuing hold in Southeast Asia.
Wanchalearm Satsaksit, a critic of the Thai prime minister, was abducted in Phnom Pehn in June 2020.
Employees are asking Facebook to address claims that pro-Palestine voices are being suppressed, the FT reported.
Firm worried about safety of workers days after police visited its offices to probe tagging of BJP posts as manipulated.
The 56-year-old was detained in early 2019 in Guangzhou and is one of a number of foreigners facing charges of espionage