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Chinese censorship of Eurovision prompts LGBT community outcry

BEIJING (Reuters) - A Chinese broadcaster's censorship of gay-themed content during this week's Eurovision Song Contest has fuelled an outcry among the country's LGBT community and prompted the..
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ZTE says Denial Order put in place by the US Department of Commerce is 'unfair' and 'unacceptable'

Earlier in the week, the US Department of Commerce banned American companies from selling hardware and software to Chinese firm ZTE. The company is understandable unhappy with the US move, and has..

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China's gay community cautiously welcomed the decision.

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China's Weibo reverses gay content ban after outcry

China's gay community cautiously welcomed the decision.
Al Jazeera Also reported by •Independent

China's Weibo site backtracks on gay censorship after outcry

BEIJING (AP) — One of China's top social networking sites announced Monday that it will no longer be censoring content related to gay issues after the plan triggered a loud public outcry.

Chinese Social Media Giant Sina Weibo Reverses Anti-Gay Ban After Protests

chinese social media giant sina weibo reverses anti-gay ban after protests
Late last week, China’s popular social media site Sina Weibo announced plans to delete content related to gay themes in an effort to create a “harmonious” environment, The Washington Post..

Watershed moment as Weibo stops blocking gay content in China

When Sina Weibo, the massive Chinese social media platform, suddenly banned gay content, the reaction was swift from the public.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Weibo reverses planned purge of LGBT content

Last Friday, China's social network Weibo said it had plans to remove violent and gay-themed content on its platform in order to comply with strict new Chinese cybersecurity regulations. Now, however,..
engadget Also reported by •TUAW

Weibo Bans Gay Content — And Quickly Reverses Itself After An Outcry

The massive social media company drew outrage for lumping gay-themed content in with violent and pornographic material.

US and UK blacklist China's ZTE

The US Department of Commerce has implemented a ban on American companies selling components to ZTE. The Chinese telecoms firm is being punished for violating sanctions on Iran and North Korea after..

Weibo reverses homosexuality policy in China: 'We're no longer targeting gay content'

Following a huge backlash over the weekend, Weibo -- the Chinese equivalent of Twitter -- has announced a reversal of a policy that would have seen gay content banned from the platform. Originally..

China’s version of Twitter reverses its decision to ban all gay content after online protests

china’s version of twitter reverses its decision to ban all gay content after online protests
On Friday, China’s version of Twitter, Sina Weibo, banned all content containing homosexuality from its platform. But after a weekend full of online protests, Weibo has reversed its decision,..
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