China's uneasy relationship with the video game industry became even more thorny last week. New regulations from the government - who must approve all new games within the country - won't be approving any games that feature blood, card games, or palace intrigue.
Questions around the ease uploading and sharing hate-filled and violent content came to the forefront after a white supremacist live-streamed himself opening fire on a Christchurch mosque on Facebook Live last week.
Last month, Russia's influential newspaper, Vedomosti, reported that Google has begun complying with a 2017 Russian law requiring search engines to block websites the Kremlin label as "extremist" from showing up in its search results.
Thousands of people took to the streets of Moscow and two other cities on Sunday to rally against tighter internet restrictions, in some of the biggest protests in the Russian capital in years.
Saudi Arabia is lifting a ban on voice and video calling apps such as WhatsApp and Skype, in a move aimed at boosting productivity and economic growth. The ministry of communications said access to Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) would be "widely available to users" from Wednesday.