The company, Xinjiang Goldwind Science & Technology, once sought “labor exports” in the region. Forced labor is a major part of China’s campaign against Muslims in Xinjiang.
This Company Monitors Prisoners In Xinjiang. It Won An “Innovation” Award At An Event Sponsored By Amazon.
The Chinese government’s use of prisons and detention camps in Xinjiang is part of what the US and other countries have called a genocide.
“I was shocked,” one human rights activist told BuzzFeed News. “How can I explain the cold faces? They were not even acknowledging the suffering.”
Google And Apple Have Caved To Pakistani Pressure To Take Down Apps Made By This Persecuted Religious Minority
The Pakistan Telecommunication Authority has used anti-blasphemy rules to target members of the Ahmadiyya community.
“It’s almost impossible to confidently assess the labor conditions in Xinjiang.”
Observers have long warned of rising forced labor in Xinjiang. Satellite images show factories built just steps away from cell blocks.
In a lush countryside idyll known for its horse farms and fields of yellow flowers, China built a system of total control.
A Uighur Woman Who Was At Risk Of Being Forcibly Sent Back To China And Detained Has Arrived Safely In The US
Tursunay Ziyawudun is among a small number of former detainees who have left China and spoken publicly about their experiences in internment camps in the Xinjiang region.
China rounded up so many Muslims in Xinjiang that there wasn’t enough space to hold them. Then the government started building.
Hundreds of thousands of Muslims have been held inside Xinjiang’s camps, but very little is known about life inside. BuzzFeed News spoke to dozens of ex-detainees.
China's Baidu blanked out parts of its mapping platform. We used those locations to find a network of buildings bearing the hallmarks of prisons and internment camps in Xinjiang. Here's how we did it.
Trump has been threatening to ban the popular Chinese-owned video-sharing app, citing national security concerns that the company could be misusing American consumer information.
A British Skin Care Brand Pressured Asian Influencers To Promote Its Skin Whiteners. They Fought Back.
The former editor of Cosmopolitan Sri Lanka had a simple request: "Little girls shouldn't bleach themselves."
Nandini Jammi is leaving the activist organization she helped build with Matt Rivitz over a dispute about titles, credit, and equality.
A letter signed by 166 members of Parliament calls for the UK to stop selling riot control weapons to US police departments.
"We believe Black people should have the right to live without fear,” wrote Olay on Instagram — at the same time it sold "White Radiance Light Perfecting Essence."
Twitter And Snapchat Are Reining Trump In. Critics Want Them To Do It To Politicians Around The World.
“Politicians in many places have posted worse."
The social network also said it will start blocking some ads in the US starting later this summer.
Group 42 helped provide “vital testing materials" to Las Vegas. It also owns an app that has allegedly been used to spy on people.
A Security Flaw In Qatar's Contact Tracing App Exposed Hundreds Of Thousands Of People's Personal Data
After it was found by Amnesty International, the bug was fixed by the app's developers.