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Russian lawmakers today passed draconian legislation that cracks down on the content of popular blogs, forcing top bloggers to adhere to laws similar to those for mass media.
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China has seen a surprise drop in the number of online micro-blog users with more than 27.8 million people abandoning Sina Weibo in 2013.
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Spreading rumours is common on Weibo, and there is little protection against defamation.
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Google is struggling to reassure people running `adult` blogs on its Blogger network that it will not delete their blogs.
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Four bloggers in Bangladesh, who allegedly posted derogatory comments about Islam and the prophet on the Internet will face a court hearing on framing of charges against them on June 27.
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A court in Bangladesh`s capital Dhaka Sunday gave the go-ahead for the trial of four bloggers in two cases filed for posting "derogatory comments" about Islam and its holy prophet on the internet.
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Hundreds of thousands of Islamists rallied in Dhaka after an overnight "long march" to the Bangladeshi capital, demanding the execution of atheist bloggers for defaming Islam.
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Russian embassy faced an upsurge in Chinese nationalism with web users asking Moscow to return the territories it retained under a border agreement.
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Suneet Varma will judge Bloggers Meet, a competition where bloggers from around the country will create different looks using spring-summer collections available at a mall here.
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At least four people were dead and scores injured as thousands of activists of about a dozen of religion-based parties and groups clashed with police.
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Six Chinese bloggers have launched a "ride-share" hitchhiking programme to ease the burden of holiday travel for people who fail to get tickets ahead of the Spring Festival.
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A Vietnamese court issued jail sentences ranging from four to 12 years to three bloggers who wrote about human rights abuses, corruption and foreign policy.
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