China Appears to Be Censoring Hong Kong Protests From TikTok
Monday, 16 September 2019 Pull out Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook and search for the Hong Kong protests. You'll likely see videos of hundreds of thousands of umbrella-sheathed marchers filling through the streets of the Chinese city — as well as pro-government propaganda, and even more gruesome images of police spraying the bloodied heads of protesters with pepper spray. [...]
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