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[PDF] Testimony [by Reporters Without Borders] to Committee on International Relations, U.S. House of Representatives

Author: Lucie Morillon, Reporters Without Borders, Published on: 15 February 2006

Authoritarian regimes like China’s are getting increasingly efficient at blocking “objectionable” material, usually with technology bought from Western firms. Some of these companies, most of which are American, don’t respect freedom of expression while operating in a repressive country. [refers to Yahoo!, Microsoft, MSN Spaces (China) (joint venture Microsoft & Shanghai Alliance Entertainment), Google, Secure Computing, Fortinet, Cisco Systems]

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Related companies: Cisco Systems Fortinet Google (part of Alphabet) Microsoft Secure Computing (part of McAfee) Yahoo! (part of Verizon)