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6 July 2006

European Parliament condemns ethical breaches by Internet sector companies

Author: Reporters Without Borders

Reporters Without Borders hailed a resolution on online free expression that was passed today by the European Parliament and said it hoped the European Commission and EU member states would heed its recommendations. The resolution criticises Internet...

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6 July 2006
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Author: Reporters sans frontières

Le Parlement européen a adopté, le 6 juillet 2006, une résolution sur la liberté d’expression sur Internet. Ce texte dénonce notamment la collaboration des entreprises du secteur de l’Internet avec les pays répressifs et mentionne plusieurs sociétés...

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6 July 2006

[DOC] Freedom of expression on the Internet [text of resolution]

Author: European Parliament

...whereas Chinese government has successfully persuaded companies such as Yahoo, Google and Microsoft to facilitate the censorship of their services in the Chinese internet market; also notes that other governments have required the means for...

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29 May 2006
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Author: Ariane Beky, NetEconomie [France]

L'organisation Amnesty International met en ligne 'Irrepressible.info', un site de campagne en faveur de la liberté d'expression dans le cyberespace...Parmi les sociétés qui acceptent de participer à la censure, se trouvent les ténors étatsuniens du...

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28 May 2006

Amnesty International launches campaign against Internet censorship

Author: Associated Press

Amnesty International on Sunday accused the world's Internet firms of colluding with repressive regimes to curtail online freedom. The human rights group launched a campaign against Internet censorship, singling out Yahoo, Microsoft and Google for...

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28 May 2006

Amnesty Intl. launches campaign against Internet censorship -- Yahoo!, Microsoft & Google singled out for their cooperation with censorship

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28 May 2006
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Author: EFE

Con el objetivo de combatir esos intentos de represión, AI ha puesto en marcha un página web, irrepressible.info, en la que puede leerse información censurada en países como China, Siria, Vietnam o Irán, y firmar un documento a favor de la libertad en...

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28 May 2006

Today, our chance to fight a new hi-tech tyranny

Author: Kate Allen, Director of Amnesty International UK, in Observer [UK]

...The internet is big business, but in the search for profits some companies have encroached on their own principles and those on which the internet was founded: free access to information. The results of searches using China-based search engines run...

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28 March 2006

Hair Traffic

Author: Aina Hunter, Village Voice [USA]

...whether it's been shorn from Eastern European, South Asian, or provincial Chinese heads, much of the human hair that enters the U.S. has done a stint in an enormous processing plant human and labor rights organizations are calling illegal and...

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8 March 2006

U.S. State Department Country Reports on Human Rights Practices 2005: Tunisia

Author: U.S. State Department Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor

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