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Week in Review: June 8, 2017

by Jeanette Si

This week, the Internet Monitor takes a look at censorship on Weibo during the 28th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square protests, a “day of action” by major U.S. websites for net neutrality, Ethiopia’s recent Internet blackout, and Theresa May’s proposed social media backdoor for the U.K. police.

Week in Review: March 27, 2017

by Priscilla Guo

This week, the Internet Monitor investigates the Senate’s vote to remove FCC privacy rules, Amazon’s $150 million typo, an emerging cellphone giant in India, a sex offender’s challenge to Internet restrictions, the court’s rejection of live TV on the Internet, the new IBM and Wanda partnership in China, Facebook filters for nudity and violence, blocking Pinterest in China, and the open-source LinkedIn tool Flashback.