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Playing cards showing details of missing children are displayed on March 31, 2007 in Beijing, China. The cards showing photographs and information of 27 missing children were created by Shen Hao, the founder of missing persons website, 'www.xrqs.com'.
Human Trafficking Remains a Persistent Challenge in Modern Day China
Human trafficking, particularly of women and children, continues to plague mainland China with hundreds of thousands of children going missing annually. Many of those missing are suspected of being forced into manual labor and prostitution...
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Chinese Agricultural Businessman Sun Dawu Sentenced to 18 Years for ‘Seeking Quarrels and Provoking Trouble’
Sun, who prided himself on a system of 'co-prosperity' for owners and employees alike, ran afoul of the Communist Party for supporting human rights lawyers and economic reforms Chinese billionaire Sun Dawu, owner of the...
Protesters gather in front of Parliament House during an anti-lockdown rally on July 24, 2021 in Melbourne, Australia. Australian police encouraged citizens to report each other and vowed to use all surveillance footage available to punish those who attended the events.
European, Australian Protestors Hit Streets to Call for End to Vaccine Passports and Lockdowns
Hundreds of thousands of citizens took to the streets in multiple countries, among them France, the UK, Italy, and Australia, to protest the implementation of vaccine passports and extended lockdowns on the weekend of July...
US passes bill seeking to discourage the use of Uyghur forced labor.
US Senate Bans Chinese Goods Made From Uyghur Forced Labor, Government Issues Advisory to Companies
The U.S. Senate on July 14 passed the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act to block imports of Chinese goods that employ forced labor from the Xinjiang region, where the communist authorities have reportedly detained over...
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Falun Gong Under Renewed Pressure in Hong Kong as Establishment Lawmakers Call for Ban
New security chief declines to comment on legality of spiritual group persecuted in mainland China, but says investigation underway News analysis Falun Gong, the spiritual practice banned and persecuted in mainland China since 1999, is...
WeChat Mass-Deletes Accounts From Chinese LGBT Groups, Members Fear Harsher Crackdown
Ongoing discrimination and censorship on the LGBT community in China strike again as several groups linked to the community have been blocked and removed by the social media platform, WeChat.  WeChat is one of the...
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Sobering Report Exposes China’s ‘RSDL’ Prisons, Human Rights Abuses
A report by human rights NGO Safeguard Defenders, was published on June 22 exposing the Chinese Communist Party’s “residential surveillance at a designated location” (RSDL) prisons and the conditions and treatment captives must endure while...
Billboards displaying a campaign against human trafficking are seen at Knight Center Metrorail station in downtown Miami, on January 9, 2020. A study by Human Trafficking Institute found most human trafficking recruitment each year occurs online, with Facebook as the majority source.
Internet and Facebook Most Utilized Venue for Human Trafficking Recruitment: Report
A new examination of sex trafficking and forced labor cases in the United States has shown that the dark industry has primarily moved its operations to the Internet, uses Facebook as one of its top...
On the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square incident, Microsoft Bing failed to show image results when users searched for “Tank Man.”
Microsoft Bing Accused of Censoring Anti-CCP Content on Tiananmen Anniversary, Planning Tool to Remove Online Anonymity
The Microsoft Bing search engine has been accused of censoring “Tank Man” pictures in its search results, one of the most iconic images from the Tiananmen Square Massacre. The alleged censorship coincides with reports that...