The unrest is unlikely to become a “Turkish Spring,” but it is testing democracy in Turkey.
Chinese publishers have declined to purchase translation rights for Clinton's bestseller, said publisher Simon & Schuster, and China's major import agency will not import the book in English.
In the wake of a landmark ruling, Google has begun removing users' search data it deems to be outdated personal information. But the ruling only applies to people in the European Union.
Ala Alsallal, founder of the website Jamalon, says there will be an entire section on the website devoted to selling banned books. Alsallal hopes to make banning books so pointless that governments stop doing so.
Are 'trigger warnings' on readings assigned to students a courtesy or a form of censorship?