Besieged Saakashvili refuses to resignThursday, 4 October, 2012, 4:43am
A new cybercrime law due to roll out this week has angered free speech advocates who claim that it could empower the Philippine government to muzzle dissent with its own version of the "Great Firewall of China".1 Oct 2012 - 4:25am
The US once sheltered a Catholic cardinal in its Budapest embassy for 15 years after granting him asylum from Hungary's then-communist rulers. So there is irony to be found in the decision by Ecuador, which is aligned with Venezuela and Cuba against the US, to grant asylum to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who remains holed up in its London embassy.22 Aug 2012 - 2:26am
This is not about justice; it is about revenge
Fugitive Sea Shepherd founder Paul Watson, on his legal problems in Germany
There's not one Chinese girl I've seen with weight on ... Most of our girls, the Aussie girls, are carrying too much weight
China's Australian coach Ken Wood defends the record-breaking swim by Ye Shiwen (above)15 Aug 2012 - 10:42pm
A Hong Kong member of the US-based hacking group Anonymous - who claims to have paralysed several government websites with cyber attacks - says he plans similar attacks in Hong Kong and the mainland as part of the July 1 protests.21 Jun 2012 - 12:00am
Our editors will be looking ahead today to these developing stories ...
Democrats take Legco ban to High Court6 Jun 2012 - 12:00am
A democratic government allows its citizens to speak their minds: a true democracy values everyone's opinion. And it is by collecting different opinions that a government can develop its nation in favour of its citizens.25 Apr 2012 - 12:00am
Bradley Manning, 24, a United States soldier, was arrested in Baghdad, in Iraq, in May 2010, on suspicion of passing on classified military information to WikiLeaks, a website that publishes leaked materials.
The information is said to include 250,000 US diplomatic messages and footage of two airstrikes.29 Mar 2012 - 12:00am
Let us be clear: There is no place for theft on the internet. Those who knowingly distribute and download copyrighted movies, music and books should be caught and punished under the laws of the jurisdiction they are in. But it is not up to another government to set the rules and police what people elsewhere can access or dictate how they should behave.21 Jan 2012 - 12:00am
The recent release of nearly 1,000 cable dispatches from the US consulate in Hong Kong by WikiLeaks is quite an eye-opener. They covered topics and events both big and small.16 Sep 2011 - 12:00am