As rumors and lies run thick, Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement is trying to hold on to the meaning of their frog mascot.
There are plenty of fake videos and unsourced claims of how many people have been affected.
It has no basis in reality, but that hasn’t slowed its spread across Facebook and Twitter.
International health officials reported 584 confirmed cases of the pneumonia-like illness and 17 deaths, but stressed that the outbreak was overwhelmingly limited to China.
Travelers from Wuhan, China, will be screened for the new coronavirus — linked to two deaths overseas — at airports in San Francisco, New York, and Los Angeles.
The report from China confirms the birth of a third genetically engineered baby in the human experiment that scientists have called both botched and dangerous.
"It is considered a cyber threat," an Army spokesperson said.
After months of protests in Hong Kong, universities became the site of dramatic battles that saw students armed with Molotov cocktails dodging rubber bullets fired by the police. How did we get here?
Facebook Said A Chinese Company Compromised Users With Malware And Then Ran Ads Using Their Accounts
The defendants allegedly used the accounts to run ads that often misused the images of celebrities to sell “counterfeit goods and diet pills.”
The biggest country in the world is tired of being “badmouthed.”
In a fragmenting world, will governments choose ruthless digital order over chaotic digital freedom?
A key Bloomberg Media event will go on without the mayor, as the campaign gets serious.
One BBC News journalist who viewed the material said: “I nearly threw up.”
Amazon, Apple, And Google Are Distributing Products From Companies Building China's Surveillance State
Three Chinese companies helped build a security state in China’s Xinjiang region to repress millions of Uighur Muslims. Amazon, eBay, Apple, and Google are still selling their products and distributing their apps.
"I don't see how it was any more or less disruptive than an average NBA fan holding up a sign and screaming at the players and those people don't get kicked out."
We thought trade would bring Western values to China. Instead, it brought Chinese values to Apple.
The Free Beacon Fired A Top Reporter For A “Financial Transaction” With Someone He Frequently Covered
The conservative news site has attached a disclaimer to stories Bill Gertz wrote about a controversial Chinese billionaire.
"This app violates our guidelines and local laws, and we have removed it from the App Store."
“These entities have been implicated in human rights violations and abuses ... against Uighurs, Kazakhs, and other members of Muslim minority groups."
In 1949, Mao Zedong declared the founding of the People's Republic of China, ushering in 70 years of massive social and political upheaval under communist rule.
Days after an activist was doxed, thugs brutally attacked him outside his home. The site with information on him and more than 100 others is being spread by Chinese state media.
Pro-democracy protesters and police clashed in yet another violent standoff Sunday, as some demonstrators hope that the US will take notice of their cries for assistance.
The Government "Strongly Encouraged" Controversial Chinese Cultural Institutes To Consider Registering As Foreign Agents Ahead Of The Election. They Refused.
“It is an offence not to register if you are required to do so.”
In a blog post, Apple also pushed back on claims made by Google researchers and claimed the attack was more limited than first thought.
These Photos Show The Violent, Chaotic Scenes As Hong Kong Protesters March For A 13th Straight Weekend
Demonstrators defied officials and again swarmed Hong Kong's streets, setting fires and clashing with police.
US manufacturers may be leaving China — but they're going to places like Vietnam.
As the Hong Kong protests continue, Chinese state media outlets are hoping paid ads on Facebook and Twitter will shift the narrative online.
The decision to pull the accounts comes after BuzzFeed News and other outlets reported that Chinese state-run media outlets were running ads about Hong Kong on Facebook and Twitter.
Hong Kong Protesters Are Worried About Facial Recognition Technology. But There Are Many Other Ways They're Being Watched.
“We don’t know what this government can do. We don’t know what these police can do."
“If we scare ourselves that easily, it’s going to be so easy for the police to break us apart. We have to stand strong and stand together,” Denise Ho told BuzzFeed News.