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» Yahoo! caught again! from Democracy Project
Thanks to Rebecca MacKinnon for the latest: Reporters Without Borders issued a statement that Yahoo! has been shown to be the cause of “diming” another “enemy of the state” in China, to 8 years in prison. According to Reporters Without... [Read More]

» Yahoo! caught again! from Democracy Project
Thanks to Rebecca MacKinnon for the latest: Reporters Without Borders issued a statement that Yahoo! has been shown to be the cause of “diming” another “enemy of the state” in China, to 8 years in prison. According to Reporters Without... [Read More]

» Yahoo helps CCP jail another cyberdissident from The Peking Duck
Here we go again. It shouldn't be that big a deal; the stability-threatening cyberdissident only got an 8-year sentence. Rebecca is on top of this one and will surely be the place to go to learn more.... [Read More]

» Another Cyberdissident Imprisoned Because of Data Provided by Yahoo from Zmetro.com
Rebecca McKinnon:Reporters Without Borders today condemned the US firm Yahoo! for handing over data on one of its users in China which enabled the authorities there to send him to prison for eight years, the second such case that has... [Read More]

» Another day another Chinese Cyberdissident jailed with help from a US tech company from HiWired Blog
I'm running out of search engines to switch to. Reporters Without Borders today condemned the US firm Yahoo! for handing over data on one of its users in China which enabled the authorities there to send him to prison for... [Read More]

» Yahoo! under! fire! again! (and F100 map mashup) from Computerworld Blogs
In today's IT Blogwatch, we look at how Yahoo! 'fessed up to another Chinese privacy scandal. Not to mention another great Google Maps mashup -- this time showing where all the Fortune 100 companies are based ... [Read More]

» Day 1: Can we trust them? How much do we share? from TechBlog
(Liveblogging from SXSW Interactive conference in Austin. See previous posts) Every year at SXSW Interactive two or three memes bubble to the surface. Here's what I'm hearing this year: Can we trust them? And how much should we share? "They"... [Read More]

» SXSW Day 1: Can we trust them? How much do we share? from TechBlog
(Liveblogging from SXSW Interactive conference in Austin. See previous posts) Every year at SXSW Interactive two or three memes bubble to the surface. Here's what I'm hearing this year: Can we trust them? And how much should we share? "They"... [Read More]

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Pavlos

This is very disturbing to hear. I absolutely agree on the view that services which could get users in trouble should not be made available in China by international firms.

That is why Google said it would not release "blogger" in China until it can be confident of the users' privacy and safety.

I would like to see more criticism on the censorship policy makers instead of just the companies who abide by it, out there.

tina harris-rouquette

Thanks for the great article on "Do no evil" -ha! corporation and others. I am getting ready to post one on the orkut/Google situation in Brazil and that is how I came across your blog on the Net.

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