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27 November 2002
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Author: Amnistía Internacional

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26 November 2002

full report: People's Republic of China: State control of the internet in China

Author: Amnesty International

Amnesty International is concerned at reports that some foreign companies may be providing China with technology which is used to restrict fundamental freedoms. [refers to Websense, Sun Microsystems, Cisco Systems, Nortel Networks, Microsoft, Sohu.com...

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26 November 2002

press release: China: Internet users at risk of arbitrary detention, torture and even execution

Author: Amnesty International

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Article
7 September 2002

Google, Alta Vista: Resist Chinese Censorship

Author: Human Rights Watch

Dear Dr. Schmidt and Mr. Barnett [CEOs of Google & AltaVista]: We are writing to express our outrage at the Chinese government's reported blocking of access to Google and AltaVista...Companies that do business in China have an opportunity to play...

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9 August 2002

Yahoo! Risks Abusing Rights in China

Author: Human Rights Watch

Yahoo! Inc. risks complicity in rights abuses if it remains a signatory to China's "Public Pledge on Self-discipline for the Chinese Internet Industry," Human Rights Watch said today...Signatories to the voluntary pledge agree to investigate all...

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30 July 2002

Human Rights Watch: Yahoo risks complicity in rights abuses if it remains a signatory to China's "Public Pledge on Self-discipline for Chinese Internet Industry"

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30 July 2002

Yahoo! Risks Abusing Rights in China - Human Rights Watch Letter to Terry Semel [Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Yahoo!]

Author: Human Rights Watch

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Article
1 June 2002

Four Indian IT initiatives rewarded for harnessing innovation for poor

Author: Frederick Noronha, InfoChange [India]

Expat Indians reward four national social entrepreneurs for bridging the great divide between information technology and the common man -...Drishtee, an ISP (internet service proider) offering e-Government solutions in rural villages in India, topped...

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Article
1 June 2002

Four Indian IT initiatives rewarded for harnessing innovation for poor

Author: Frederick Noronha, InfoChange [India]

Expat Indians reward four national social entrepreneurs for bridging the great divide between information technology and the common man -...Drishtee, an ISP (internet service proider) offering e-Government solutions in rural villages in India, topped...

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Article
25 April 2002

Internet users ripped off by Western companies

Author: Katy Salmon, Inter Press Service

African Internet users are being forced by Western companies to pay the full cost of connecting to the World Wide Web, while European and American users pay nothing. This is one of the main hurdles blamed for the slow spread of the Internet in the...

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