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China's Unleashing a Propaganda 'Wolfpack' on Twitter – Even Though Citizens Go to Jail for Tweeting
The Communist Party has given dozens of diplomats and government officials free rein to use the platform to attack enemies and defend Beijing’s actions.
It's equal parts cynical and embarrassing.
Michelle Carter was convicted and sentenced to 15 months in jail for a "campaign of coercion" on her suicidal boyfriend.
The government started implementing the law today.
On North Jersey's Nazi metal problem, and those fighting for a better scene (plus new tunes from Holy Grove, Glacial Tomb, Pijn, and more).
Grime's newest, younger fans may not immediately turn to his work – but they should.
I don't really know how I wound up here.
We talked with porn stars Joanna Angel, Jesse Jackman, and Tasha Reign about the fear that Donald Trump's administration might try to chip away at First Amendment protections for pornography.
We talk to the London-based artist about the tricky territory of expression and her previous work on period shaming, Islam, and reality TV fetishes.
What’s worse? Fictional lyrics written under an alter ego when you’re eighteen? Or an ongoing verbal assault conducted on a world stage consisting of hate, racism, sexism, and prejudice?
The monthly magazine that Paul Wright founded from his jail cell now has a circulation of 10,000—and a reputation for not being afraid to fight the government to get its issues into prisoners' hands.