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April 14, 2006

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Listed below are links to weblogs that reference China continues to hold Hao Wu without charge:

» China still not wild about Harry from HiWired Blog
We mentioned blogger Harry Wu last month. Glenn informs us he has now been held by China for 52 days without charge. But hey Google thinks these guys are ok so who are we to say? As you might guess... [Read More]

» Free Hao Wu from Little Miss Attila
Rebecca's updates on the jailed Chinese blogger are here. Using the Chinese embassy's website as a jumping-off point, I found the consulate in Los Angeles to lodge my complaint, using my private e-mail account, real name, and actual town. Others... [Read More]

» China still not wild about Harry from HiWired Blog
We mentioned blogger Harry Wu last month. Glenn informs us he has now been held by China for 52 days without charge. But hey Google thinks these guys are ok so who are we to say? As you might guess... [Read More]

» China still not wild about Harry from HiWired Blog
We mentioned blogger Harry Hao Wu last month. Glenn informs us he has now been held by China for 52 days without charge. But hey Google thinks these guys are ok so who are we to say? As you might... [Read More]

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Rusty

Heard about this while reading 'Instapundit' and they refrence a Chinese government website. Unfortunately the list no email addresses, funny strange. No?Someone would be doing a great service if those websites were listed.

Two points:
1. There's no privacy anywhere, full stop. China is not unique in this regard.
2. Does the Internet Firewall of China extend to pages cached by the various search engines? I'm thinking archive.org or the Google cache here.

Matthew J. Stinson

2. Does the Internet Firewall of China extend to pages cached by the various search engines? I'm thinking archive.org or the Google cache here.

The Google cache is blocked here in northern China. Archive.org isn't blocked but isn't well-known in China.

mahathir_fan

wait..the customary release of dissidents prior to visits by China to US that the Western press predict will happen hasn't happened yet?

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