Wicked Campers ban: offensive slogans finally reach the end of the road
The van rental business Wicked Campers has ridden an eight-year wave of notoriety that exposed gaps in the teeth of advertising watchdogs in two countries, but may now have their advertising censored in another way.

Facebook slammed for censoring burn victim’s birthday photo
Facebook has been forced to back down after censoring a birthday photo of Swedish former fireman whose face was seriously disfigured in a blaze as a young man.

Tennessee mother calls for removal of school history book ‘promoting Islamic propaganda’
A Tenessee mother and founding member of a parents’ group opposed to Islamic “indoctrination” has asked for a history textbook to be removed from her daughter’s social studies curriculum, claiming that it “promotes Islamic propaganda”.

What Does China’s New Cybersecurity Law Mean for Internet Companies?
China passed its first cybersecurity law on November 7, 2016, just a week after its third draft was proposed to the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress, often referred to as China’s rubber-stamp parliament.

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