This leaves Australia without correspondents in China—a first in over 40 years.
A federal complaint alleges six eBay employees sent live cockroaches, porn, a pig mask, and a pig fetus to the author of an ecommerce newsletter. CEO Devin Wenig said: "Take her down."
Beijing gave the Wall Street Journal reporters five days to leave the country after the paper published an opinion piece criticizing China's response to the outbreak.
Planned Parenthood Asked Journalists to Agree to NDAs to Attend a Media Happy Hour. Here's Why That's a Problem.
The organization said sending the non-disclosure agreement was a mistake. It was the second time VICE News had been asked to agree to one.
The Washington Post’s New Columnist Consults for Spyware Firm That Helps Saudi Arabia Surveil Journalists
The new Washington Post columnist consults for NSO Group, which is currently being sued for helping Saudi Arabia surveil Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, who was murdered.
But news reports continue to suggest that ex-NSA hackers are helping the country hack and surveil its citizens.
@isthisphish takes submissions from users, then generates a report on how suspicious the domain seems to be.
Notes on a newspaper bailout.
And what we missed when we were following her flight path to get sacked.
Nothing seems scarier.