China Warns 8 Years Imprisonment for Tibetans Sharing Hong Kong News

The Chinese authorities in Tibet have published instructions on their state run news website not to share illegal content on their micro messaging app, WeChat. According to the instruction published weeks ago, Tibetan nationals have been warned of punishment up to 8 years imprisonment for share news related to Hong Kong on WeChat.

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Dalai Lama Expresses Worry Over Situation in Hong Kong

The Tibetan spiritual leader His Holiness the Dalai Lama in a recent interview to a Taiwanese news channel expressed his concern over the situation Hong Kong. His Holiness has called for peace and dialogue to resolve all issues and advised to stay away from violence. The financial hub of Asia has been through a tumultuous past three months.

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After Facebook and Twitter, Youtube Bans China Backed Channels

Youtube has suspended 210 channels suspected of having links with Beijing and spreading disinformation against Hong Kong protest.┬áThe move came after US social media platforms Facebook and Twitter accused China government of using their platform to discredit Hong Kong’s protest movement.

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Twitter, Facebook Stand Up Against Chinese Operations to Undermine Hong Kong Protests

The social media giants, Twitter and Facebook have stood up against the cheap Chinese state backed operations to undermine the Hong Kong protests. US based social media companies have now suspended quite a number of fake accounts spreading disinformation to create a political discord in Hong Kong.

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