The Chinese Ministry of Culture said that only songs that "promote positive energy" should be allowed.
"Any media outlet that has gained inciting power to oppose the mainstream will not be spared," the Global Times said in an editorial.
The news that Google had a secret search engine project designed for China sparked intense criticism. Google CEO Sundar Pichai said it was "important to explore" the market.
Even the president's daughter Ivanka disagrees with her father's classification of the media and journalists.
The Scottish national asked for help to pay legal costs following a conviction for posting the "deeply offensive" video.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's crackdown on NGOs has drawn criticism from human rights groups.
Dr Stella Nyanzi's case has reignited the debate about freedom of expression in Uganda.
Only Jamaica has entirely repealed laws that would allow journalists to be prosecuted for their reporting.
The director of the European Jewish Association on why the pen is mightier than the sword.
The Charlie Hebdo shooting highlighted the threats faced by editorial cartoonists, according to a new report.
Six novelists have chosen not to serve as literary hosts at the event because an award will be presented to 'Charlie Hebdo.'
According to Amnesty International, all but one of Crimea's Tatar language media outlets will "fall silent".
Civil rights groups argue the bill jeopardises freedom of expression and cannot be justified.
Fattah was sentenced for violating limits on demonstrations, amid one of the toughest crackdowns on dissent in Egypt's history.
From a Russian cell, Ukrainian paratrooper and pilot Nadiya Savchenko protests with a hunger strike.
The Kremlin tries to silence "unpatriotic" media, but the Internet gives journalists endless outlets.
The Danish editor who ran satirical cartoons about Islam pleads for tolerance.