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A Chinese dissident convicted based on evidence provided by US Internet giant Yahoo! was released from prison on Friday after serving a 10-year term for subversion, his wife said. Wang Xiaoning, who spent a decade in jail for calling for democratic
Another load off the shoulder of Internet giant Yahoo as China finally freed a dissident partly jailed when the company gave out information that led Chinese police officials to Wang Xiaoning. Share This Story According to BBC, Mr Wang was handed
Wang Guoqiang, who was party secretary of Fengcheng city in Liaoning province, left for the United States in April with his wife, the People's Daily said. Local officials said Mr Wang, who was being investigated for corruption, had been removed from
April 12, 2012 Sing Tao announced layoffs in Canada on Tuesday. (The Epoch Times) Pro-Beijing Chinese-language newspaper Sing Tao Daily, whose global headquarters is in Hong Kong and whose Canadian operations are partly owned by Canadian media
March 29, 2012 Before Taoiseach (Prime Minister) Enda Kenny's recent trip to China, Falun Gong practitioners held a rally outside government buildings where they asked him to demand an end to the persecution of Falun Gong when he met the leaders in
She added, "Officials are losing control over the population due to technological advances and economic development. They encourage already popular government-sanctioned informants to spy on reporters and bloggers online. Arrests or imprisonment of
Amnesty International to Hold Vigil for Chinese Journalist Shi Tao on Monday, May 3 at Yahoo! April 28 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Amnesty International USA members and other activists will hold a vigil at the Yahoo! headquarters demanding the release
China is poised to pass a law requiring telecommunications and Internet companies to report any revelation of state secrets, potentially forcing businesses to collaborate with the country's vast security apparatus that stifles political dissent.
Google's push for online liberty The internet giant is exploring ways to avoid being complicit in human rights abuses but global solutions are needed here In his blog yesterday, David Drummond, corporate development and chief legal officer at Google,
The compromised accounts included those of the World Uyghur Congress, an exile group that China accuses of inciting separatism by ethnic Uighurs in the frontier region of Xinjiang. "I suspect a lot of information in my Yahoo account was downloaded,"