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12 October 2005
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Auteur: Verne Kopytoff, San Francisco Chronicle

Google Inc. hopes to eclipse its success as a company by committing nearly $1 billion to help solve problems including poverty and environmental destruction...The organization they have created will make contributions to nonprofit groups from a...

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17 October 2005
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Auteur: Mure Dickie, Financial Times

A leading Chinese advocate of internet freedoms has issued a scathing denunciation of the US portal Yahoo for its role in helping Communist authorities to prosecute an independent-minded local journalist, jailed for 10 years for “leaking state secrets”...

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Article
24 October 2005
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Auteur: Tom Zeller, New York Times

Representative Christopher H. Smith, a New Jersey Republican...was outraged over the Yahoo incident [in which Yahoo! provided details to Chinese Govt. that led to imprisonment of journalist Shi Tao]. He has pledged to bring executives of the company to...

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Article
8 November 2005
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Auteur: Tom Zeller, New York Times

In an indication of growing tensions between human rights advocates and American Internet and technology companies doing business in countries with repressive regimes, a group of two dozen fund management firms and investment analysts issued a joint...

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Article
8 November 2005
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Auteur: Eric Auchard, Reuters

In a letter by 25 investment funds...fund managers warned companies ranging from Yahoo to Cisco of the risks in "collaborating to suppress freedom of opinion and expression"..."We take this issue very seriously," Yahoo spokeswoman Mary Osako said......

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Article
1 December 2005
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Auteur: Julian Pain, Reporters Without Borders, in CNETnews.com

Recent revelations that Yahoo! helped the Chinese police and judicial authorities identify and convict a journalist who criticized human rights violations in China are shocking. But the case turned the spotlight on a situation we [Reporters Without...

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Article
19 December 2005
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Auteur: BBC News

A senior EC [European Commission] official has criticised hi-tech firms for helping China silence its domestic critics. [refers to Microsoft, Yahoo, Google]

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Article
6 January 2006
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Auteur: 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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Article
6 January 2006

Faut-il encadrer l’activité des entreprises du secteur de l’Internet pour qu’elles respectent la liberté d’expression ?

Auteur: 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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Article
6 January 2006
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Auteur: Joe McDonald, with Allison Linn, AP

Microsoft Corp. has shut down the Internet journal of a Chinese blogger that discussed politically sensitive issues including a recent strike at a Beijing newspaper... Microsoft's China-based Web log-hosting service shut down the blog at the Chinese...

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