John Lyons spent nine hours in a room with six AFP officers — who were unfailingly polite and respectful — but who were doing something he believed attacked the very essence of journalism.
Chinese-Australian artist Badiucao — who anonymously inspired a global movement to recreate the iconic Tiananmen "tank man" — takes off his mask for the first time in a new exclusive ABC documentary.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is taking her fight to end online extremism to Europe today, teaming up with French President Emmanuel Macron to try and curtail the power of tech companies to self moderate.
China is monitoring millions of its residents through a high-tech surveillance web. Elise Thomas asks: Should Australia be helping Chinese tech giants develop surveillance technology?
The Chinese consulate warned Georges River Council they didn't want 'any embarrassing situations' as they repeatedly pressured them to ban an independent media company that had been critical of China's Communist Party.
Shadow Treasurer Chris Bowen last night answered questions from voters live on the Chinese social media app WeChat — let's take a look at why Australian politicians are engaging with these platforms more frequently.
News anchor Jorge Ramos says his team's equipment was also confiscated after President Nicolas Maduro saw their video of young Venezuelans eating from a garbage truck in Caracas.
China bans the WeChat account of an online community boasting 300,000 followers despite the site's 'strict self-censorship', forming part of a broader crackdown on media sources from outside of China.
Questions are raised about the Australian Financial Review's decision to sign a content sharing agreement with a Chinese media outlet subject to Chinese Government oversight.