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'Youtube China' - 15 News Result(s)

  • Access to Google Services within China Returns

    Access to Google Services within China Returns

    Users in China were able to access online services for Google Inc on Thursday, after more than a month of severe disruption that almost completely blocked people from using features such as its search, maps and e-mail functions.

  • How Chinese Authorities Use Long-Banned Facebook

    How Chinese Authorities Use Long-Banned Facebook

    Facebook has been blocked in mainland China since 2009, however, authorities use it (and other social media) to promote national-interests.

  • How Chinese Officials 'Like' Banned Facebook

    How Chinese Officials 'Like' Banned Facebook

    China's Communist authorities ban their own people from accessing major global social media sites including Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and more. But when it comes to self-promotion they are increasingly keen users themselves.

  • Dog guards owner's bike... see what happens when he returns

    Dog guards owner's bike... see what happens when he returns

    Ever since the Chinese "bike hugging" dog video hit the Internet nearly two years ago, it has generated over four million hits on YouTube, as well as concerns about LiLi the dog's safety. A Thai blogger even started a blog to raise money for a bike f...

  • China risks in 140 characters? Weibo needs 56 pages

    China risks in 140 characters? Weibo needs 56 pages

    While Internet giants like Twitter and Google champion free speech, the US listing document for Chinese microblogging platform Weibo is littered with 56 pages of warnings on the risks of operating in a country which seeks to control information.

  • Vietnam police investigate riot at Samsung factory

    Vietnam police investigate riot at Samsung factory

    Vietnamese police said on Friday they had launched an investigation into a riot at a multi-billion dollar Samsung factory that left 13 people injured, four critically.

  • Japan readies island wargames amid YouTube PR push

    Japan readies island wargames amid YouTube PR push

    Destroyers, fighter jets and 34,000 troops will take part in a huge exercise aimed at bolstering Japan's ability to protect its remote islands, the government said on Thursday, amid a territorial dispute with China.

  • Nobody is listening to your telephone calls, Barack Obama assures US citizens

    Nobody is listening to your telephone calls, Barack Obama assures US citizens

    US President Barack Obama defended sweeping secret surveillance into America's phone records and foreigners' Internet use, declaring "we have to make choices as a society."

  • Journalist bride reports on China earthquake in wedding dress

    A dedicated Chinese TV presenter cut short her wedding after a massive earthquake hit her hometown yesterday, grabbing a mike to report live from the scene in her bridal gown and veil.

  • GM eyes big campaign as Cadillac ATS takes on BMW

    GM eyes big campaign as Cadillac ATS takes on BMW

    General Motors' Cadillac brand on Wednesday launched one of its most crucial marketing campaigns.

  • Chinese relish crack in Great Firewall, log on to Facebook

    Chinese relish crack in Great Firewall, log on to Facebook

    Some Chinese Internet users have this week been able to access blocked websites. The reason for the breach in China's censorship Firewall is unclear.

  • Chinese relish crack in Great Firewall, log on to Facebook

    Chinese relish crack in Great Firewall, log on to Facebook

    Some Chinese Internet users have this week been able to access blocked websites. The reason for the breach in China's censorship Firewall is unclear.

  • Chinese relish crack in Great Firewall, log on to Facebook

    Chinese relish crack in Great Firewall, log on to Facebook

    Some Chinese Internet users have this week been able to access blocked websites such as YouTube, Facebook and Twitter, relishing the newfound freedom although the reason for the breach in China's Great Firewall of censorship was a mystery.

  • Online firms can't wash their hands off content: Sachin Pilot

    Online firms can't wash their hands off content: Sachin Pilot

    In an interview to NDTV from Davos in Switzerland, Mr Pilot says the online firms are over-reacting. They have to be more responsible and abide by Indian laws and can't simply wash their hands off.

  • Post-Google China: Searches for "Tiananmen Square"

    Post-Google China: Searches for 'Tiananmen Square'

    Chinese searches for politically sensitive terms peaked the day Google stopped filtering its search results, but the government pressed on with a campaign to remove online praise of the company.

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