Disney+ in Hong Kong has dropped an episode of the cartoon show “The Simpsons” that touched on the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown when China crushed a pro-democracy student-led movement. Bloomberg said it appeared to be the first known case of a major western streaming company censoring content following passage in a stringent national security law in the territory which is ruled by China....
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Disney+ in Hong Kong Drops ‘Simpsons’ Tiananmen Square Episode
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