Taiwan says no to Chinese influence by blocking Tencent and Baidu’s censored video streaming platforms

Taiwan will block Baidu and Tencent from running video streaming services on the island. This past week, Chiu Chui-Cheng, deputy minister of Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council, told the Nikkei Asian Review that Taiwan is currently making moves to ban Baidu and Tencent services in the country. Baidu operates a video streaming service accessible in Taiwan … Continue reading “Taiwan says no to Chinese influence by blocking Tencent and Baidu’s censored video streaming platforms”

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  • Nov 24, 2018
  • Glyn Moody
  • Governments, News, Privacy, Security,

Welcome to the burgeoning, globalized business of implementing government surveillance

That fact that massive surveillance is taking place around the world is hardly a secret, not least since Edward Snowden revealed the extraordinary scale and reach of Western spying. But what is less obvious is how globalized the business of surveillance has become. Snowden explained how important the Five Eyes partnership of the US, UK, … Continue reading “Welcome to the burgeoning, globalized business of implementing government surveillance”

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