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18 September 2005
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Auteur: Carrie Kirby, San Francisco Chronicle

Both human rights groups and academics reject the companies' [internet & tech companies operating in China] argument that they have no choice but to follow local laws where they do business...

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16 September 2005
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Auteur: Ron Chepesiuk, Vermont Guardian [USA]

...[Some] of the world’s biggest multinationals and high tech companies are complicit in this trend [of censoring the Internet]...Last June, the OpenNet Initiative (ONI)...[documented] how the Iranian government has used the commercial filtering...

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13 September 2005
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Auteur: George Monbiot, Guardian [UK]

The internet at least has helped to promote revolutions of varying degrees of authenticity in Serbia, Ukraine, Georgia, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Argentina and Bolivia. But the flaw in Friedman's [New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman] theory is that he...

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Article
9 September 2005

Bill Clinton appelé à soulever le cas de Shi Tao lors de la Conférence sur Internet de Shanghai

Auteur: Reporters Sans Frontières

Human Rights in China et Reporters Sans Frontières ont adressé aujourd’hui une lettre à l’ancien président américain Bill Clinton, lui demandant de soulever le cas du journaliste emprisonné Shi Tao et d’encourager les entreprises du secteur d’Internet...

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9 September 2005
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9 September 2005
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Auteur: Reporters Without Borders

Human Rights in China (HRIC) and Reporters Without Borders (RSF) today issued an open letter to former president Bill Clinton, urging him to raise the case of jailed journalist Shi Tao and encourage Internet companies, especially Yahoo !, to implement...

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8 September 2005
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Auteur: Patrick Goodenough, Cybercast News Service (CNSNews.com)

Internet giant Yahoo, accused this week of providing information that helped land a Chinese journalist in prison for 10 years, says it had no choice. "Just like any other global company, Yahoo must ensure that its local country sites must operate...

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7 September 2005
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7 September 2005
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Auteur: Rebecca MacKinnon, fellow at Harvard Law School's Berkman Center for Internet and Society, on RConversation weblog

Chinese Journalist Shi Tao was arrested for "divulging state secrets abroad" thanks to Yahoo!'s help...Media reports quote a Yahoo! spokesperson who only says that the company is "looking into it."... [The] Yahoo! Terms of Service...make it clear that...

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26 July 2005
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Auteur: Mark Harrington, Newsday

In late 2003, after three years as a high-level saleswoman, Christina Elwell says she had so impressed her bosses at Internet search giant Google Inc. that she was promoted to national sales director...But all that changed, according to a lawsuit filed...

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