The final draft of the revised Criminal Procedure Law, to be deliberated tomorrow, has been stripped of a key clause that would have granted police new powers of secret detention. But related provisions still threaten to...
Feb 13, 2006
From the South China Morning Post, via Asia Media: The former editor of Beijing’s outspoken Public Interest Times has published an open letter explaining why he was fired and accusing the newspaper’s executives of carrying out self-censorship. Chen Jieren was sacked last Wednesday after the paper carried his article criticising incorrect English translations on the […]
Feb 9, 2006
From the South China Morning Post, via Asia Media: A chief editor of the outspoken Beijing-based newspaper the Public Interest Times was sacked yesterday after executives came under pressure from the authorities amid the ongoing tightening of official control over the media. Sources inside the newspaper said it was announced that Chen Jieren, 34, who […]
CDT in the News
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- Politico (China Watcher Newsletter) – Xi’s Online Nicknames Spark Censorship Spree
- Nature – New deepfake regulations in China are a tool for social stability, but at what cost?