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In the latest version of iOS, users in Hong Kong no longer have access to the Taiwan flag (??) on the emoji keyboard https://t.co/EDnlSsFyYF pic.twitter.com/DbvFR0O8By— Emojipedia ? (@Emojipedia) October 7, 2019
I'm tweeting this weekend about our investigation into possible state-based, systematic editing of Wikipedia for geopolitics https://t.co/kCGiX0smTg— Carl Miller (@carljackmiller) October 6, 2019
A thread on the most important issue it raises: in a world of info warfare, how do you protect platforms outside of big tech?
This is one of the most overlooked manifestations of info ops, these days. https://t.co/10KIr5gAAc— Alberto Fittarelli (@albefittarelli) October 5, 2019
Fascinating stuff here from @carljackmiller and @BBCClick on the edit wars on Wikipedia.— Ben Nimmo (@benimmo) October 5, 2019
Looks like pro-Chinese info ops are spreading their wings. https://t.co/E1KmeD60KL
This weekend, we've published a BBC investigation into the possible systematic editing of Wikipedia by the Chinese state. It covers official docs, a trip to Taiwan, and lots of edit counting.— Carl Miller (@carljackmiller) October 6, 2019
Full write-up (with caveats and examples) is here: https://t.co/kCGiX0smTg
As an iPhone user, I am ashamed that @Apple has done this. https://t.co/rUH76xtPRU— Mario J. Lucero (@Smile_Lee) October 7, 2019
Obviously, given the earlier history of the Chinese Communist Party it is going to turn out that it was state doctored and not "organic". There = no such thing as an army of volunteers who have as their hobby the editing of online articles about everything Chinese & controversial https://t.co/G4LzWrbNDU— 'DrBen' (@AsiaReportcom) October 6, 2019
"Ask Google or Siri: "What is Taiwan?"— Hamza Shaban (@hshaban) October 7, 2019
"The edit was reversed, but soon made again. And again. It became an editorial tug of war that... caused the state of Taiwan to constantly blink in and out of existence over the course of a single day."https://t.co/iBsZUSBWHz
Emojis also getting the political treatment https://t.co/rPOw0Sz8LA— Sally Shin (@sallyshin) October 7, 2019
In Hong Kong, the mentioning of Taiwan ??, the flag ?? and the news about Taiwan ?? is not banned (yet)— Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane) October 7, 2019
Are you gonna ban ?️? in Hong Kong too because it's banned in China, Apple? Where's your spine?https://t.co/LqqRHw8azi
Serbian and Croatian Wikipedia should be added to this list — the amount of revisionism re WWII & the Yugoslav wars that appears there is appalling. That’s why progressive-minded tech people set up the Serbo-Croatian wiki account, which is the one you should trust re the Balkans. https://t.co/ORY3PtYcT2— Una Hajdari (@UnaHajdari) October 6, 2019
Apple, the trillion dollar corporation, kowtows to China over an emoji. We need libre software. https://t.co/95yeo6EMes— grubles (@notgrubles) October 7, 2019
중국과 대만의 위키피디어 편집 전쟁. 구글,시리 검색 등이 위키피디어를 참조하면서 중국,대만이 이를 경쟁적으로 변경하며 원래의 설명이 하루도 못넘기고 '중국의 행정구역'으로 변경을 반복. 홍콩 시위도 하루 65번이나 바뀌기도. 집단지성이 정치 논리에 공격받는 상황 https://t.co/7uY3aTzfvC pic.twitter.com/ayQO9nOl0F— 박수민 / Soomin Park (@minist) October 7, 2019
“The edit war over #Taiwan was only one of a number that had broken out across Wikipedia's vast, multi-lingual expanse of entries. The #HongKong protests page had seen 65 changes in the space of a day - largely over questions of language.” https://t.co/q9ELaHSXjV— Gwen Wang (@GwenythWR) October 5, 2019
China and Taiwan clash over Wikipedia edits https://t.co/zihN7UIgPs pic.twitter.com/n7cWLuJJEV— Rich Tehrani (@rtehrani) October 7, 2019
Wikipedia isn't reliable on any controversial topic.— Tim Soret (@timsoret) October 6, 2019
Activists & ideologues have been infiltrating the place (see one example: https://t.co/elu5rzkYBZ).
Time for an alternative, excited about Larry's new platform. https://t.co/2FTWogby4s
China and Taiwan clash over Wikipedia edits: "What is Taiwan?"— Andreas Harsono (@andreasharsono) October 5, 2019
"A state" ?? or a "province in the People's Republic of China" ?? https://t.co/BhJCCN7Xp5
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대만은 더 이상 애플에 없다 https://t.co/mlDisvtt1Z— editoy (@editoy) October 8, 2019
• 중국에서 구매했거나 중국 본토로 지역 설정된 다른 곳에서 구매한 iPhone은 대만 국기를 문자 두부(☒)로 대체하므로 복사 및 붙여 넣기를 통해서도 앱에서 사용하거나 표시할 수 없습니다.
Apple Hides Taiwan Flag in Hong Kong - Emojipedia— 44bits: 프로그래밍 클라우드 블로그 ???? (@fortyfourbits) October 7, 2019
홍콩의 아이폰 유저는 이모지 키보드에 대만 국기가 나타나지 않습니다. 중국에서는 아예 대만 국기 이모지를 사용할 수 없는 것과 달리 복사해서는 사용할 수 있다고 합니다. #linkhttps://t.co/5QgAvnBop6
In iOS 13.1.2, Hong Kong users' emoji keyboard does not include the Taiwanese flag, a year after a more complete ban on the flag for iOS in mainland China https://t.co/M2a5C0fcJu pic.twitter.com/jM4FyusroC— Jakub Szestowicki ⭐️ (@szesty) October 8, 2019
-Siri: "What is Taiwan?"— Àlex Hinojo (@AlexHinojo) October 8, 2019
-"A state", they will answer, "in East Asia".
But earlier in September, it would have been a "province in the People's Republic of China".
Digital assistants point to one place: Wikipedia. And @Wikipedia had suddenly changed.https://t.co/3EJDEk2JBw
이러니까 학술적 글에서 위키피디아 인용 좀 그만 하라는 것임 사실 위키피디아 자체가 아니고 위키피디아의 레퍼런스 란에서 출처 찾으면 되는데 그 출처도 학술적인 출처가 맞는지 확인 좀 해 https://t.co/EvlXbZSftp— 졸망생 (@aaa_waxington) October 8, 2019
#China govt online trolls extend their intensifying #Taiwan strangulation policy to #Wikipedia https://t.co/vLZvtUzZXb "This year is a very crazy year,.A lot of Taiwanese Wikipedians have been attacked" pic.twitter.com/WQOrgiKm2x— Phelim Kine 林海 (@PhelimKine) October 8, 2019
China and Taiwan clash over Wikipedia editshttps://t.co/63PL3UdIHf— Culttture (@culttture) October 7, 2019
Officials and academics in China organise to bring Wikipedia in compliance with PRC nationalism as Taiwanese wikipedians face death threats and doxxing. https://t.co/7wDZGfwIig— Sense Hofstede (@sehof) October 5, 2019
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