Yet Again Apple Bows To China To Remove Skype

The popular communication app Skype banned from China in the latest episode of the Communist government’s effort to exert its censorship policies. The app was banned from various app stores in the country following the government order including Apple’s App store to remove Skype as well as Google’s play store according to the announcement made by the app owner.

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UC Browser Taken Down by Google Playstore Sent User Data to China?

Google Playstore has apparently taken down the popular UC Browser app for engaging in unethical practice of acquiring new users and purportedly sending sensitive data to China. Netizens were befuddled when they realised that the Playstore had mysteriously taken down UC Browser from its list.

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Yongzin, China’s Gift To Tibetans Or A Propaganda Tool?

Yongzin, which literally refers to a tutor in more specific context of Tibetan Buddhism, is the name of the first search engine completely packaged in Tibetan language backed by the Chinese government. This search engine besides performing the search queries for Tibetan, it’s designs and interfaces are tailored in Tibetan language too.
This will obviously stand out as first grand Tibetan search engine in its utilities as well if the authorities had not imposed censoring of data or curbing information in a biased manner!

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World First Tibetan Language Search Engine Launched For Trial In Tibet

Cloud Tibet, the first Tibetan Language in the world has been launched for trial according to a report on China.org.cn which says that the service has been launch for trial operation on Tuesday. Also, the search engine will provide users with encyclopedia information, archive data and a Q&A service in Tibetan, Tselo said. The project was launched in April 2013.

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Yahoo Sold To Verizon For Very Much Less Than Its Worth

Yahoo is a technology brand that everyone of us are aware of and in one or other ways associated to it during a certain time in our life. However, it seems as the company has not been able keep well adapted to the ever speedily changing business of internet as it was sold to the US mobile network company Verizon for just $4.83 billion dollars while it was once valued around $125 billion dollars.

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