HUMAN RIGHTS

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...
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Chinese Authorities Deploy Emotion Detection Technology in Xinjiang: BBC
Communist China has tested a camera system on Uyghurs that combines AI with facial recognition to identify the emotions of an individual, as reported by BBC.  A software engineer who installed such systems in the...
This combination of file photos taken on (top row L-R) June 4, 1990, June 4, 1999, June 4, 2004, (middle row L-R) June 4, 2011, June 4, 2015, June 4, 2018, (bottom row L) June 4, 2019, shows citizens attending a candlelit vigil at Victoria Park in Hong Kong to mark the 1989 Tiananmen Square Massacre in Beijing, and the June 4, 2020 and June 4, 2021 (bottom row C and R) Tiananmen memorials, which were banned using the Wuhan virus as an excuse.
Hong Kong Deployed 3,000 Police to Block Tiananmen Memorials, but People Have Their Ways
On June 4, 32 years ago, the Tiananmen Square Massacre launched by the Communist Party of China (CCP) in Beijing shocked the whole world. Ever since, the communist regime has blocked all efforts to commemorate...
Women's Hair - A young woman in traditional ancient Chinese dress promotes the classical Chinese experience through "Shen Yun Performing Arts" in Sydney on April 6, 2010. Shen Yun Performing Arts, based in New York and independent of China's regime, presents the five-millennia-old artistic tradition of classical Chinese dance.
Traditionally a Symbol of Status and Beauty, Women’s Hair Is Now Stolen and Sold From China
Throughout the ages, Chinese culture has placed emphasis on women’s appearance, with beauty and demeanor traditionally being highly valued. It was said that when women of great beauty died, they were rewarded in the afterlife...
Hong Kong residents walk past the High Court in Admiralty during a protest against the government's controversial extradition law on June 9, 2019 in Hong Kong. The first person charged under the draconian, Beijing-installed National Security Law will be denied trial by jury.
Right to a Jury Denied in Hong Kong’s First National Security Law Trial
Hong Kong’s High Court ruled on May 20 there will be no jury allowed in the trial of 24-year-old Tong Ying-kit, a protester charged with violating the controversial Beijing-backed National Security Law (NSL). The move...
At least two WHO doctors have allegedly sexually abused Congolese women. Pictured are displaced women gathering for a discussion on recent kidnappings and sexual assaults committed by armed men around the internally displaced persons camp of Bijombo, South Kivu Province, eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, on October 9, 2020.
WHO Doctors Accused of Sex Abuse Scandals and Coverups
The World Health Organization (WHO) has been accused of mishandling sex abuse allegations against its staff members following the Ebola outbreak in Congo in 2018, according to an investigation and exposé published by the Associated...