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The second, a journalist called Shi Tao, was convicted of providing state secrets to overseas entities and served eight years. .... journalists that could be bothered to take a closer look at Comcast's earnings discovered that the company's promise of $50 billion in investment over five years is something that ...
In 2005, Yahoo provided information that helped Chinese authorities convict a journalist, Shi Tao. Shi had sent an ... LinkedIn's community, after all, includes China-based journalists. It wasn't long before ... Just this month, journalist Ian Johnson posted one of those notices on twitter. Twitter is blocked in ...

In 2017, CPJ's Burton Benjamin Memorial Award was renamed the Gwen Ifill Press Freedom Award to honor the veteran journalist and former CPJ board ... She hosted CPJ's International Press Freedom Awards dinner three times (in 2004, 2008, and 2012), and presented awards to journalists from Azerbaijan and Sri ...
She is also a founding member of the Red Libre Periodismo (Free Journalism Network), a collective that provides professional support, networking, and ethics training for young journalists in Chihuahua state. Mayorga began working as a journalist in 2000, covering topics such as health and education. Later, she began ...
CPJ is honored to present its 2017 International Press Freedom Award to Thai journalist Pravit Rojanaphruk. Pravit Rojanaphruk is one of Thailand's most prominent critical reporters and a long-time advocate for press freedom. He is currently a columnist and senior staff writer for Khaosod English (Fresh News), a website ...
Her duties included anchoring the weekday program "Inside politics." She then returned to PBS as a senior correspondent for "The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer." In 2011, she was the principal reporter for the PBS documentary "Nancy Reagan: The Role of a Lifetime." And in 2007, she completed an extensive project on the ...

CPJ is honored to present its 2017 International Press Freedom Award to Cameroonian journalist Ahmed Abba. Ahmed Abba, 38, a correspondent for Radio France Internationale's (RFI) Hausa service, was arrested in July 2015 as he left a press briefing at the office of a local governor in Maroua, the capital of Cameroon's ...
CPJ is honored to present its 2017 International Press Freedom Award to Afrah Nasser, a Yemeni reporter and blogger living in exile in Sweden. Afrah Nasser, an award-winning exiled Yemeni independent reporter and blogger, reports from Sweden on human rights violations, women's issues, and press freedom in her ...
A Chinese reporter who was sentenced to prison in 2005 after Yahoo disclosed details of his email has been released, a writer's group has announced. Shi Tao had been released on 23 August, 15 months before the end of his sentence, the Independent Chinese Pen Centre said in a statement. There was ...
"At least 30 journalists and 50 cyber reporters are currently held in Chinese prisons for reporting facts or peacefully expressing their views," Balding said in a May 3 statement. "It is high time for China to respect its commitments pertaining to freedom of expression and freedom of the press and to guarantee ...
Jillian C. York is a writer and activist whose work examines state and corporate censorship and its impact on culture and human rights. Based in Berlin, she is the Director for International freedom of expression at the Electronic Frontier Foundation and a fellow at the Center for Internet & Human rights at ...
One such instance was put on display in 2005, when Chinese journalist Shi Tao sent a disrupting "anti-national" email to a democratic website in the United States, only to be betrayed by his Yahoo email ID. He was thrown in prison for 10 years, but was released in 2013. The story perhaps flung former ...
Oh, and don't blame journalists and lecture others that they don't ... officials emails and other online records of a journalist, Shi Tao, who was ...
... values: In 2005, Yahoo China turned over user data to the government, which led to the jailing of a Chinese journalist named Shi Tao.
... congressional hearing after the group divulged information to Beijing police that landed a Chinese journalist in jail. Shi Tao was convicted in ...
The story is largely forgotten. When Chinese journalist Shi Tao used his Yahoo account to post a summary of a confidential Communist Party memo to a U.S.-based website in 2004, he knew he was risking persecution and imprisonment. But he had no idea that Yahoo would directly assist his persecutors ...
Last year, Apple was on a moral high in its defiant standoff with the FBI over whether the company would help the agency unlock the iPhone of ...

The new rules could significantly increase costs for foreign companies by requiring them to set up new data centers in China or renting space ...
In 2005, Yahoo provided information that helped Chinese authorities convict a journalist, Shi Tao. Shi had sent an anonymous post to a ...
Her duties included anchoring the weekday program "Inside politics." She then returned to PBS as a senior correspondent for "The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer." In 2011, she was the principal reporter for the PBS documentary "Nancy Reagan: The Role of a Lifetime." And in 2007, she completed an extensive project on the ...
... was renamed the Gwen Ifill Press Freedom Award to honor the veteran journalist ... 2008, and 2012), and presented awards to journalists from Azerbaijan and ...
... and ethics training for young journalists in Chihuahua state. Mayorga began working as a journalist in 2000, covering topics such as health and education.
Afrah Nasser, an award-winning exiled Yemeni independent reporter and blogger, reports from Sweden on human rights violations, women's issues, and press ...
Pravit Rojanaphruk is one of Thailand's most prominent critical reporters and a long-time advocate for press freedom. He is currently a columnist and senior staff ...
In 2017, Abba was the first journalist featured in CPJ's 2017 Free the Press campaign, which calls for increased awareness of journalists imprisoned on ...
Then, in 2005, a dissident journalist named Shi Tao used his Yahoo email account to send a document to Western reporters that described ...
Shi Tao was jailed in 2005 after Yahoo released information about his emails ... A Chinese reporter who was sentenced to prison in 2005 after ...
"At least 30 journalists and 50 cyber reporters are currently held in Chinese prisons for reporting facts or peacefully expressing their views," ...
... values: In 2005, Yahoo China turned over user data to the government, which led to the jailing of a Chinese journalist named Shi Tao.
... congressional hearing after the group divulged information to Beijing police that landed a Chinese journalist in jail. Shi Tao was convicted in ...
The story is largely forgotten. When Chinese journalist Shi Tao used his Yahoo account to post a summary of a confidential Communist Party ...
Last year, Apple was on a moral high in its defiant standoff with the FBI over whether the company would help the agency unlock the iPhone of ...
The new rules could significantly increase costs for foreign companies by requiring them to set up new data centers in China or renting space ...
In 2005, Yahoo handed over the user details of Chinese reporter Shi Tao to authorities even ... The journalist spent 8.5 years in jail as a result.
In 2017, Abba was the first journalist featured in CPJ's 2017 Free the Press campaign, which calls for increased awareness of journalists imprisoned on ...
Pravit Rojanaphruk is one of Thailand's most prominent critical reporters and a long-time advocate for press freedom. He is currently a columnist and senior staff ...
... said to have resulted in the imprisonment of a journalist, Shi Tao. ... How the internet was going to empower activists and citizen-journalists to ...
Then, in 2005, a dissident journalist named Shi Tao used his Yahoo email account to send a document to Western reporters that described ...
An Apple employee, right, instructs a journalist on the use of the ... in Hong Kong provided Chinese authorities the IP address for Shi Tao, a journalist ... Shi, a newspaper reporter, had sent an email to a friend in the U.S. about ...
Shi Tao was jailed in 2005 after Yahoo released information about his emails ... A Chinese reporter who was sentenced to prison in 2005 after ...
"At least 30 journalists and 50 cyber reporters are currently held in Chinese prisons for reporting facts or peacefully expressing their views," ...
New York, November 4, 2005--journalist Shi Tao has been transferred to a high-security prison in Hunan Province that is commonly used to ...
Shi Tao, 37, worked for the Contemporary Business News in Hunan ... Reporters Without Borders said the message warned journalists of the ...
In 2005, Yahoo provided information that helped Chinese authorities convict a journalist, Shi Tao. Shi had sent an anonymous post to a ...
(Beyond an abstract revulsion at the prospect of assisting political persecution, we had watched with horror the imprisonment of Chinese journalist Shi Tao after Yahoo's Hong Kong subsidiary handed over to Beijing the contents of his email account.).
In the most infamous case, Yahoo's collaboration was said to have resulted in the imprisonment of a journalist, Shi Tao. China quickly became America's Internet Enemy No. 1. Politicians threatened to create strong legislation to prevent American ...
Infamously, Alibaba cooperated with the Party in the journalist Shi Tao case (who had used his Yahoo! e-mail in 2004 to write to a pro-democracy website in America).
Censorship has been something of a losing proposition for Yahoo!, from its role in the imprisonment of Chinese journalist Shi Tao over a decade ago to its over-enthusiastic spam filters. Nonetheless, the researchers argue that the prevalence of ...
As a condition of doing business there, these companies agreed to follow China's laws and regulations restricting freedom of speech.
In 2004, Yahoo China handed over account information of an email user to China's state security bureau that was used to prosecute journalist Shi Tao. Two years later, Microsoft and Google were accused of censoring China's burgeoning online community.


 

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