Censorship Cannot Hold: The Pressures of Internet Control in China

As a teenager in rural China, Zeng Jiajun used his online knowledge to watch a banned documentary about the bloody military campaign in Tiananmen Square. A decade later, he was part of the sprawling censorship machine stifling China’s cyberspace, tasked with stopping the spread of anything the Communist Party didn’t want its people to know. … Read more

Prior permission fix can come

Health groups say requests for permission are delaying patient care and putting more pressure on overworked staff. Advocates say a bill to renew the Medicare Advantage plans process would help millions. Doctors and other health care advocates have criticized the pre-licensing process for years, but some see an opportunity for reform. Congressional lawmakers are pushing … Read more