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

Microsoft has a new blogging policy that makes some laudable steps toward greater accountability, transparency and respect for the user... There are still many questions outstanding:... I’d...like to know whether Microsoft plans to put up a block...

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31 January 2006
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Auteur: Amnesty International

Shi Tao, a Chinese journalist, is serving a ten-year prison sentence in China for sending an email to the USA. He was accused of “illegally providing state secrets to foreign entities” by using his Yahoo email account. According to the court...

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30 January 2006
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Auteur: Danny Sullivan, internet consultant, on Search Engine Watch

Google Images Censors Too in China from Google Blogoscoped shows you how a search for [tiananmen square] on Google Images China provides happy scenes while over at uncensored Google Images, there are tanks rolling in. I took a look for just [tiananmen...

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30 January 2006
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Auteur: John Gapper, Financial Times

Silicon Valley came to the mountains of Switzerland at Davos last week. Was it my imagination or did its leaders look shamefaced?...what happens when business interests clash with ethics? That is occurring in China not only to Google, but to Microsoft...

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27 January 2006
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Auteur: Amnesty International USA

In China, Amnesty International is concerned that in their pursuit of new and lucrative markets, foreign corporations may be directly or indirectly contributing to human rights violations or at the very least failing to give adequate consideration to...

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27 January 2006
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27 January 2006
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Auteur: Brian Lehrer Show, WNYC radio (USA), with guests David Vise (financial reporter & author, The Google Story) & Mila Rosenthal (Business & Human Rights Program Director, Amnesty Intl. USA)

...[Google's] plan to restrict sites in China has caused...a furor in the US. But Google isn’t the only American internet company complying with Chinese censorship demands... [Guests:] David Vise financial reporter and author, The Google Story...on...

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27 January 2006
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Auteur: Michael Callahan, Senior Vice President & General Counsel, Yahoo!

...[T]he facts surrounding the Shi Tao case are distressing to me and my colleagues at Yahoo!... Yahoo! Search gives Chinese users an ability to access various independent, non-government sponsored sources of information of interest to them, fostering...

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Article
26 January 2006

Après Microsoft, Yahoo! et Cisco, Google favorise la censure en Chine

Auteur: Anouch Seydtaghia, Le Temps [Suisse]

Le moteur de recherche filtrera les données fournies par son site Google.cn. Alléchées par le marché, d'autres firmes occidentales avaient déjà obtempéré aux ordres de Pékin... Pour sa défense, la firme californienne affirme que fournir des...

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26 January 2006
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