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25 January 2006

China: Internet companies assist censorship

Author: Amnesty International

Google's launch of a self-censoring Chinese search engine is the latest in a string of examples of global Internet companies caving in to pressure from the Chinese government. The service curtails the rights of Chinese Internet users to the freedom of...

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25 January 2006

Google bows to China pressure

Author: Verne Kopytoff, San Francisco Chronicle

Bowing to Chinese laws, Google Inc. has agreed to censor search results about topics forbidden by the government there, eliciting scathing criticism from civil rights advocates. The popular search engine will block results that include such terms as ...

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25 January 2006
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Author: Reporters sans frontières

Reporters sans frontières est écoeurée d’apprendre que Google a décidé de lancer en Chine une version censurée de son moteur de recherche. Désormais, les internautes chinois devront se contenter des contenus validés par les autorités de Pékin. Exit les...

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25 January 2006

Google launches censored version of its search-engine

Author: Reporters Without Borders

Reporters Without Borders today accused the Internet’s biggest search-engine, Google, of “hypocrisy” for its plan to launch a censured version of its product in China, meaning that the country’s Internet users would only be able to look up material...

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25 January 2006

Google Launches Service in China - Search Engine Will Censor Some Results to Comply With Government Limits

Author: Kevin J. Delaney, Wall Street Journal

Google Inc. launched a Chinese search service, agreeing, after much internal debate, to censor its own search results in order to comply with Beijing's strict limits on access to information... Some U.S. tech companies are working behind the scenes to...

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24 January 2006

China: Google bows to govt. pressure, launches censored version of search engine site - free speech advocates criticise firm for the move

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24 January 2006

Google in China: degrees of evil

Author: Rebecca MacKinnon, fellow at Harvard Law School's Berkman Center for Internet and Society, on her weblog, RConversation

Google...has agreed to actively censor a new Chinese-language search service that will be housed on computer servers inside the PRC... Google seems to be trying to minimize it's evilness in several ways... Google says they will put up a notice at the...

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12 January 2006

Lawmaker aims to stop China's Net censorship [USA]

Author: Hiawatha Bray, Boston Globe [USA]

Representative Christopher H. Smith, a New Jersey Republican and chairman of a House subcommittee on human rights, plans to hold hearings next month on reports that US Internet companies, including Yahoo Inc. and Microsoft Corp., aid efforts by the...

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7 January 2006
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Author: EFE

Desde esta semana es imposible acceder al "blog" spaces.msn.com/members/mranti del periodista Michael Anti...donde criticó el cambio de editores en el diario "Beijing News", uno de los más prestigiosos y críticos del país... El "blog" estaba incluido...

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6 January 2006

Do Internet companies need to be regulated to ensure they respect free expression?

Author: Reporters Without Borders

The recent case of Microsoft closing down a journalist’s blog under pressure from the Chinese authorities once again shows that some Internet sector companies do not respect freedom of expression when operating in repressive countries. Reporters...

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