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The Follower Factory - 16 janvier 2019
Everyone wants to be popular online. Some even pay for it. Inside social media’s black market. Celebrities, athletes, pundits and politicians have millions of fake followers. The world’s social media platforms are struggling to respond. But popularity has a price. he real Jessica Rychly is a Minnesota teenager (...)

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Censure diplomatique : Weibo bannit les féministes chinoises qui s’en prennent à Donald Trump - 22 février 2017
Le malaise chinois concernant Donald Trump se prolongera aussi longtemps que le président américain ne clarifiera pas sa stratégie concernant le régime de Xi Jinping. En attendant, la société chinoise est muselée par un gouvernement qui marche sur des œufs. Les réseaux sociaux locaux sont les premières victimes. Sur Sina (...)

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La nouvelle directrice de Twitter en Chine inquiète les utilisateurs - 20 avril 2016
Les utilisateurs chinois de Twitter s’inquiètent de la nouvelle embauche du réseau social. Kathy Chen vient de devenir la première directrice générale de Twitter en Chine, qui compte très peu d’utilisateurs en Chine continentale. Son profil affole les utilisateurs : elle serait un peu trop proche du Parti communiste (...)

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La Chine se met au « Minority Report » - 7 mars 2016
China Electronics Technology Group, l’un des principaux contractants des autorités chinoises dans le domaine de la Défense, vient de remporter un nouveau contrat visant à collecter le maximum de données sur les citoyens afin de « prévenir crimes et actes terroristes ». « Vous en avez rêvé, la Chine l’a fait ». Ce pourrait (...)

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China’s Sina fined for indecent content in web porn crackdown - 3 mai 2014
Chinese Internet firm Sina Corp said it was fined 5.1 million yuan ($815,038) by Beijing authorities for allowing "unhealthy and indecent content" on its online reading channel and on its main website. Sina was stripped of some online publication licenses last week after being targeted in a pornography crackdown, (...)

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Linkedin ouvre un site en chinois en acceptant la censure - 26 février 2014
En ouvrant son site en chinois, le réseau professionnel Linkedin a dû accepter les règles de censure imposées par la Chine. Il arrive tardivement dans le pays où un acteur comme le Français Viadeo a déjà 17 millions de membres via Tianji.com. Le réseau social professionnel Linkedin a fait son entrée officielle en Chine (...)

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Chinese Authorities Putting Pressure on Businesses to Help Censor the Web - 14 novembre 2012
As the Chinese cyberpolice stiffened controls on information before the Communist Party leadership transition taking place this week, some companies in Beijing and nearby cities received orders to aid the cause. Starting earlier this year, Web police units directed the companies, which included joint ventures (...)

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South Korea’s real-name net law is rejected by court - 27 août 2012
A law requiring South Korea’s citizens to use their real names on websites has been struck down by a panel of judges. The country’s Constitutional Court said the rule restricted freedom of speech and undermined democracy. The requirement was introduced in 2007 as part of efforts to tackle cyber-bullying. But the (...)

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Web 2.0 Is Over, All Hail the Age of Mobile - 10 juin 2012
When they look back at this era, Internet historians will mark Facebook’s Instagram acquisition as the symbolic moment when the Great Shift was confirmed. Significantly, it also came soon after Steve Jobs’ death. The device that Jobs created had, within the space of five years, allowed a 551-day-old company with 14 (...)

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New rules for Chinese microbloggers - 29 mai 2012
China’s version of Twitter has introduced new rules aimed at calming its often raucous flow of political and social criticism. A five-strikes-and-out rule will see anyone posting five tweets on "sensitive" subjects have their account on Sina’s Weibo suspended for 48 hours. Anyone whose posts continue to irk the (...)

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Censure : la Chine invente le permis de tweeter - 29 mai 2012
Twitter n’est pas accessible en Chine. Mais son équivalent local le plus populaire, Sina Weibo, compte aujourd’hui 300 millions d’utilisateurs... soit autant d’internautes à surveiller. Pour plus d’efficacité, Weibo a mis en place cette semaine de nouvelles contraintes qui prévoient notamment des sanctions pour « fausse (...)

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State pressure blamed for new censorship on China’s Twitter - 29 mai 2012
Weibo users to face tighter restrictions on ’spreading rumours’ and ’insulting the nation’ Social media users in China face tighter controls after the introduction of new rules aimed at preventing the spread of online rumours on Sina Weibo, the country’s version of Twitter. The service, which has 300 million members, (...)

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China’s Weibo microblog introduces user contracts - 28 mai 2012
China’s biggest microblogging service has introduced a code of conduct explicitly restricting the type of messages that can be posted. Weibo - which resembles Twitter - took the action after local authorities criticised "unfounded" rumours posted by some users. Reports suggest a credit score system will also be (...)

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Sina Weibo to introduce ‘user contract’ on May 28 as China’s microblog crackdown continues - 28 mai 2012
Fresh from admitting that it hasn’t fully implemented China’s new rules for microblogs, Web giant Sina is set to introduce a ‘user contract’ for its popular Twitter-like Sina Weibo service at the end of May, as it continues to battle to control sensitive information on the site. The terms, spotted by former TNW (...)

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Un "permis à points" sur les réseaux sociaux chinois - 28 mai 2012
Afin d’éviter l’"expansion des rumeurs" sur la Toile chinoise, Sina Weibo a modifié, lundi 28 mai, les conditions d’utilisation de son service de micromessagerie. L’entreprise, qui revendique 300 millions de comptes ouverts, va introduire un système à base de points, censé correspondre à la bonne conduite de l’internaute. (...)

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How China gets the Internet to censor itself - 20 mars 2012
Just who owns the Internet, and who has the right to control what content is available on it ? Is it sovereign territory, or is it free from the confines of antiquated earthbound laws ? These questions have engaged Internet activists and scholars for over a decade. And, after the intense debate last month over (...)

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378 words that are blocked on Weibo as of March 13, 2012 - 20 mars 2012
I decided to run a re-test of my initial list of blocked words this morning. Below you’ll find 378* keywords that are blocked as of March 13, 2012 (note : English translations generated automatically from Google and not verified to be accurate) : Of the 1300 mostly unique words I found to be unsearchable in my (...)

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L’anonymat proscrit des réseaux sociaux à Pékin - 20 mars 2012
Avant de s’enregistrer sur les sites de micromessagerie, les internautes chinois, doivent, depuis vendredi 16 mars, indiquer leur vrai noms. Cette fin de l’anonymat sur les réseaux sociaux avait été annoncée à la fin de l’année 2011 par les autorités chinoises. Pour l’heure, la mesure, appliquée par arrêté municipal, ne (...)

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Google Softens Tone on China - 12 janvier 2012
Two Years After Censorship Clash, Company Renews Push to Expand in World’s Biggest Internet Market Google Inc., which pulled its Web-search engine out of mainland China two years ago after a confrontation with Chinese authorities over censorship, has renewed its push to expand there, in an acknowledgment that it (...)

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Beijing Imposes New Rules on Social Networking Sites - 17 décembre 2011
Officials announced new rules on Friday aimed at controlling the way Chinese Internet users post messages on social networking sites that have posed challenges to the Chinese Communist Party’s propaganda machinery. For many users, the most striking of the new rules requires people using the sites, called (...)