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10 December 2008

Most top Hong Kong-listed companies fail test on CSR

Author: Jacqui Dixon, CSR Asia

The report Corporate Social Responsibility Survey of Hang Seng Index (HSI) Constituent Companies was launched this week...[on] how the 43 companies listed on the Hang Seng Index weigh up on their CSR policies and practices...They collectively have an...

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16 April 2010

Oxfam corporate social responsibility survey of Hong Kong firms - HSBC, China Light Power, China Mobile top ranking

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16 April 2010

[PDF] Corporate Social Responsibility Survey of Hang Seng Index Constituent Companies 2009

Author: Oxfam Hong Kong

[refers to Aluminium Corp of China, Bank of China, Bank of China (Hong Kong), Bank of Communications, Bank of East Asia, Cathay Pacific, Cheung Kong Holdings, China Construction Bank, China Life Insurance, China Merchants, China Mobile, China Overseas...

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27 January 2012

Twitter to begin restricting tweets in specific countries raising questions about how it will "handle issues of free speech"

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28 January 2012

Twitter Can Censor by Country

Author: Loretta Chao & Amir Efrati, Wall Street Journal

Twitter will work with Chilling Effects, an Internet freedom advocacy website that compiles content take-down notices, to publish take-down notices. Such a practice would make it difficult for Twitter to operate in China, where Internet executives say...

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8 February 2012

Facebook, Google and Twitter: Three distinctly different approaches to China

Author: Jon Russell, The Next Web

…Not only do authorities block Twitter, Facebook…[China] also insists that Web firms manage and remove sensitive content…Facebook…[has admitted] that the firm may never be able to satisfy the country’s demands…users are generally restricted from...

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15 November 2012

Hu Jia explains why mobile apps make activism spooky [China]

Author: John Kennedy, South China Morning Post [Hong Kong]

[D]issident Hu Jia complained on Twitter about…WeChat – a…messaging app developed by Chinese Internet giant Tencent that closely resembles WhatsApp - has…[kept] him and other Chinese dissidents under real-time surveillance…[T]he information that is...

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16 September 2013

China Reins in Popular Voices With New Microblog Controls

Author: Henry Sanderson & Lulu Yilun Chen, Bloomberg

Chinese microblogger Dong Rubin…was detained [by government]…Dong opposed plans for an oil refinery in…Kunming…a project that spurred street protests…The crackdown on users of…microblogs, along with new punishments for online defamation, reflect a...

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8 October 2014

China: LinkedIn adheres to local requirements on censorship as it enters China market

Author: Paul Mozur & Vindu Goel, New York Times (USA)

"To Reach China, LinkedIn Plays by Local Rules", 9 October 2014...

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4 August 2015

China plans to form ‘Network security offices’ in major internet companies

Author: Kukil Bora, International Business Times

The Chinese government plans to tighten its grip on the country’s Web users by setting up “network security offices” in major Internet companies and for websites, China’s ministry of public security announced Tuesday. The move is said to be part of...

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