A new policy of banning homosexuality related content announced by Sina Weibo has recently triggered heated public debates about LGBTQ rights; it also reveals the complex media landscape and power relations in China and raises the question of the future of a queer China. Read More
Did Bilibili, who now holds not only content copyrights but also the government green light, cross the political line like its competitor did? One would need to inspect all of the missing content to find out. Read More
Weibo and Weixin specifically are not allowed to rebroadcast material uploaded by their users, but the new rules are designed to prevent individuals and organizations from doing any broadcasting of audio-visual material via these popular social media applications. Read More
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