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There's been a lot of discussion over what role Facebook and its proliferation of fake news played in Donald Trump's election victory. In the same week where "post-truth" was chosen as the word of the
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(King.com Ltd/Tancha via Shutterstock/Salon) The video game’s makers want to trademark the word “candy.” Behold: The sorry state of intellectual property law Andrew Leonard January 24, 2014 12:45pm (UTC)
It is pretty commonplace for foreign media firms to censor sensitive content in China, given the country’s stringent Internet controls. However, the latest research from Chinese Web monitoring service