Censorship

ALTERNATIVE LABELS
Media censorship
NARROWER TERMS
Discussion paper

Reviews of the Enhancing Online Safety Act 2015 and the Online Content Scheme - discussion paper

This discussion paper is the starting point of two reviews inviting stakeholders and interested parties to provide their views about the Online Safety Act and the Online Content Scheme in Schedules 5 and 7 to the BSA, which regulates the internet industry and content services...
Commentary

Rewriting history in the People’s Republic of Amnesia and beyond

For the Chinese Dream to be achieved, it is imperative – as the president himself has spelled out – to ensure people “have correct views on history.”
Policy report

Weibo diplomacy and censorship in China

This report provides an in-depth look at the increasingly sophisticated censorship methods being used on foreign embassies on Weibo and provides a series of recommendations for foreign governments, including Australia, to address these policy challenges.
Audio interview

Ignorance leaving Australia vulnerable to CCP influence peddling: author

Louisa Lim, a senior lecturer at the Centre for Advancing Journalism, says Australian institutions are being left open to Communist Party influence peddling through ignorance.
Audio

Tougher laws to thwart Chinese government influence: expert

New Zealand and Australia need tougher laws against China's political influence pedalling.
Audio interview

Australian publisher drops book for fear of retaliation from China

Publisher Allen & Unwin has dropped a book by a prominent academic on China's expanding 'soft' influence in Australia, due to 'unspecified threats.'
Audio

Fiji silenced part 2: Controlling the message

First-hand accounts and leaked documents reveal the extent of the Fijian government’s control over the media and public service.
Commentary

Few bright spots for press freedom in Southeast Asia

Is China’s harsh brand of media control serving as a role model for its neighbours?
Audio interview

China seeks influence in Australian universities

Academic staff at Australian universities have been targeted in Chinese social media campaigns after complaints from Chinese students that their teaching material was 'offensive.'
Briefing paper

Is there a problem with Chinese international students?

This policy brief first explains the challenges related to Chinese international students and then specifies policy recommendations to deal with these concerns.