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15 February 2006
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Auteur: Stephanie Kirchgaessner, Richard Waters, Financial Times

Internet and technology executives who have been called today to Capitol Hill to defend their companies' practices in China will have to endure finger-pointing and name-calling by Washington lawmakers. But even the most ardent anti-China hawks know...

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15 February 2006
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Auteur: Jack Krumholtz, Associate General Counsel and Managing Director, Federal Government Affairs, Microsoft

...[Industry] should advocate policies and principles that maximize the value of the Internet for individual users, including basic protections for freedom of expression... National law and policy set parameters in every country in which we do business...

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15 February 2006
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15 February 2006
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Auteur: Tom Zeller Jr., New York Times

Google, Yahoo, Microsoft and Cisco Systems came under fire at a House human rights hearing on Wednesday for what a subcommittee chairman called a "sickening collaboration" with the Chinese government that was "decapitating the voice of the dissidents"...

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15 February 2006
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Auteur: Elliot Schrage, Vice President, Global Communications and Public Affairs, Google

The requirements of doing business in China include self-censorship – something that runs counter to Google’s most basic values and commitments as a company. Despite that, we made a decision to launch a new product for China – Google.cn – that respects...

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15 February 2006
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Auteur: 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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15 February 2006
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Auteur: Michael Callahan, Senior Vice President & General Counsel, Yahoo!

The facts of the Shi Tao case are distressing to our company, our employees, and our leadership. Let me state our view clearly and without equivocation: we condemn punishment of any activity internationally recognized as free expression, whether that...

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15 February 2006
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Auteur: Stephen Frost, CSR Asia Weekly

...just as the accusations that Yahoo and others have kowtowed to the Chinese government and sold out on basic principles has no doubt been a hard pill to swallow (particularly for Google, which promoted itself as a champion for free speech), so too...

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14 February 2006
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Auteur: Amnesty International USA

On the eve of an important Congressional hearing to evaluate the role of U.S. companies in Chinese state repression of free expression, Amnesty International USA (AIUSA) calls on all U.S. companies in the technology sector to take immediate steps to...

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14 February 2006
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Auteur: Rebecca MacKinnon, fellow at Harvard Law School's Berkman Center for Internet and Society, on her weblog, RConversation

Sure, government dialogue is good... However, the only successful U.S. government efforts to change Chinese policy and regulations that I have observed have been ones...in which U.S. companies have been heavily involved with lobbying the Chinese...

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