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The BlizzControversy continues

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Following a flood of controversy, Grace Dean discusses the CEO's public apology at this year's BlizzCon...

Travelling to Hong Kong: should you take the risk?

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Is the current political situation in Hong Kong putting you off travelling to the Island? Amanda Goh discusses the risks involved in visiting Hong Kong during the ongoing...

Coal-amity: Dirty power troubles

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UN Secretary General António Guterres has called on Asia to quit its “addiction” to coal in an attempt to curb climate change.   Asia suffer from something of a climate...

The Blizzard of backlash continues

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The flurry of worrying news from Activision-Blizzard rages on as Blizzcon approaches. Alex Gervas weighs in on the Hong Kong-troversy...

Hong Kong protesters confronted by Chinese counter-rally

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Hong Kong protesters took the streets of Newcastle last 13th October to raise awareness and show support for their region’s cause through a peaceful protest.  But the...

Activision Blizzard feel a chill from Hong Kong

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Blizzard have made a U-turn on their banning of Chung 'Blitzchung' Ng Wai, Jack Wallace-Hunter reports....

Big Brother is watching you: concerns regarding social media and democracy

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From the app TikTok’s attempts to promote Chinese foreign policy and conduct censorship to Cambridge Analytica’s alleged election interference, and to YouTube’s...

Hong Kong and the erosion of freedom

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Hong Kong has seen the city’s administration, led by Carrie Lam, use colonial-era emergency powers to essentially write a new law banning face coverings on the street. This...

World’s first genetically modified babies?

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A Chinese scientist's claims of creating the first genetically engineered babies have shocked the scientific community. But is this true, and what are its implications?...

Rainbow Six Siege review bombed over China censorship

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James Troughton reports on the unfortunate reaction fans have had to Ubisoft's preparation for the Chinese market....