Facebook has developed software that would allow censorship of posts on the network in specific geographical regions, in order to help it break into the Chinese market, the New York Times has reported.
Digital freedoms and rights not for profit group, Electronic Frontiers Australia (EFA), has the launched its Digital Rights 2016 campaign which it says is intended to raise awareness of the importance of digital rights - particularly the issue of privacy - throughout the Australian community in the lead-up to this year's Federal election and beyond.
A new policy amendment by Youtube has cut advertising on videos that contain controversial news content, including videos that promote alternative political views. As a result, at least one popular alternative news media site with hundreds of thousands of subscribers has lost a major source of income. (Note this story has been updated with an official YouTube statement in the final paragraph)
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