One App, two Systems: How WeChat uses one censorship policy in China and another internationally

 The critique presentation is required to include the following components: 1. the real-life context of the study/article, 2. the literature review that provides the academic context of the study/article, 3. the aims of the article, 4. the main claims made in the article, 5. the evidence provided to support each of the main claims of the article, 6. the overall argument (conclusion) of the article, and 7. the methods used to achieve the aims of the article. (These refer to methods that enable the author to make claims and provide evidence to support the claims—not methods of presenting information in the article. For papers that rely on data, they refer to methods of data collection and analysis.) Reading:Ruan, L., Knockel, J., Ng, J. Q., & Crete-Nishihata, M. (2016, Nov 30). One App, two Systems: How WeChat uses one censorship policy in China and another internationally. The Citizen Lab. Retrieved from https://citizenlab.ca/2016/11/wechat-china-censorship-one-app-two-systems