24 October 2019
Strapline is our renewed effort to promote a healthy dose of skepticism coupled with self-reflective, critical thinking mindset — with practical digital proficiency. Fact-checking techniques and sufficient knowledge of computer algorithms, social media bots, online trolls, censorship mechanism, digital economy, and other related fields are all part of our target topics.
10 July 2019
WeChatscope aims to make censored articles of WeChat’s public accounts in China open access. The project is designed and developed by a research team at the Journalism and Media Studies Centre (JMSC), The University of Hong Kong, monitoring a list of selected WeChat public accounts and detecting removed contents.
1 March 2016
Weiboscope is a Chinese social media data collection and visualisation project. One project objective, among many, is to make censored Sina Weibo posts of a selected group of Chinese microbloggers publicly accessible. Since January 2011, […]
29 February 2016
The Media Law Project is a unique research and training programme for journalists, students, academics, media lawyers and others in the communications industry in Hong Kong, mainland China and the region.
26 February 2016
HK Transparency Report promotes government accountability and the protection of personal privacy online by documenting and monitoring the extent to which the Hong Kong government requests user data from Internet Service Providers or demands the removal […]