Stories from 4 June 2019
Jamaica's Reggae Girlz football team ‘strike hard’ to make history
Bob Marley's eldest daughter Cedella saw the team's potential and gave them her support, persuading coach Hue Menzies to volunteer his services. Now, they're at the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup.
How Beijing uses intimidation to censor the Tiananmen Massacre outside of China
"Beijing's intimidation does have an impact on shaping the stories [journalists] tell and the ways that they tell it.”
Trinidad and Tobago registers Venezuelan asylum-seekers to legalise their status
The two-week-long initiative, which began on May 31, 2019, will afford undocumented Venezuelans amnesty so that they can be put on record and be legally recognised in Trinidad and Tobago.
Tinder now required to share user data with Russian authorities
The app is now legally required to store users' data for six months and provide it to the Russian authorities at their request.
Turning ‘likes’ into rewards: Hong Kong citizen media outlets launch ‘Civic Likers’ campaign
By turning “likes” into “monetary rewards”, the content can remain open for public access while the authors can get their revenue from “likes”.