UK Fines Chinese Broadcaster CGTN Over Forced Confessions…

UK Fines Chinese Broadcaster CGTN Over Forced Confessions, Hong Kong Coverage
A worker wearing a face mask uses his mobile phone outside a construction site as the China Central Television (CCTV) headquarters building (back C) is seen in the distance in Beijing, China, on May 8, 2020. (Wang Zhao/AFP via Getty Images)
Britain’s broadcasting regulator Ofcom on Monday imposed financial penalties on Chinese state broadcaster CGTN for airing forced confessions and biased coverage of pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong. Continue reading “UK Fines Chinese Broadcaster CGTN Over Forced Confessions…”

Popular Notepad app Notepad ++ banned in China after developer supported Hong Kong

CCP China has blocked the popular Notepad alternative called Notepad ++ after the developer has openly criticized the Chinese regime and supported the Free Hong Kong movement.

Notepad ++ is a free-to-use text editor created in 2003 by Don Ho. The app is available on Windows and available in 90 languages.

On August 16, through Twitter, he suggested that the Chinese government was blocking their website because of articles they published.

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