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28 March 2011

Meet the U.S. Companies Helping Censor the Arab Web

Author: John Hudson, Atlantic Wire [USA]

While the U.S. State Department spends millions of dollars helping people in the Middle East circumvent Web censorship, a handful of California companies are providing autocratic Middle East regimes with the technology to censor the Web, reports The...

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14 August 2007

Companies need guidance to face censors abroad

Author: John Palfrey, executive director of Berkman Center for Internet & Society, Harvard Univ., & Jonathan Zittrain, professor of Internet governance & regulation, Oxford Univ., on CNet News.com

If you are in the business of Internet or telecommunications services [and expanding into China, Vietnam, Thailand or Singapore], you are going to be asked to censor the information you provide to people. And you'll probably be asked to turn over...

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27 October 2006
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Author: Reporters sans frontières

De nombreuses entreprises du secteur d’Internet exercent une activité dans des pays répressifs en bafouant le principe de la libre circulation de l’information. Pour ne prendre que quelques exemples :...

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27 October 2006

Reporters Without Borders calls on Internet Governance Forum to develop intl. standards to hold Internet companies responsible for complicity with repressive govts.

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27 October 2006

Reporters Without Borders will go to IGF [Internet Governance Forum] venue in Athens to put free expression on agenda

Author: Reporters Without Borders

Many Internet sector companies that have operations in repressive countries violate the principle of the free flow of information. To take just a few examples:...

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1 August 2006

"Race to the Bottom": Corporate Complicity in Chinese Internet Censorship

Author: Human Rights Watch

Some companies not only respond to instructions and pressures from Chinese authorities to censor their materials, they actively engage in self-censorship by using their technology to predict and then censor the material they believe the Chinese...

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1 August 2006

China: Human Rights Watch report accuses Yahoo, Microsoft, Google, Skype of aiding govt. censorship - calls for US & EU legislation

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15 February 2006

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

Author: Lucie Morillon, Reporters Without Borders

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...

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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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6 January 2006
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Author: Reporters sans frontières

L’affaire Microsoft, qui vient de fermer le blog d’un journaliste sous la pression des autorités chinoises, démontre une nouvelle fois que certaines entreprises du secteur de l’Internet ne respectent pas la liberté d’expression lorsqu’elles opèrent...

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