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The main newspaper of Chinaâ€™s Communist Party accused Google on Monday of being a â€œpolitical tool" used to vilify the Chinese government, saying the Internet search giant had falsely accused China of a computer hack.
China has responded to Google's Monday decision to offer uncensored content to more than 300-million Internet users in the country by instituting their own measures to block search results on hot-button issues such as the pro-democracy movement.
Google has begun to offer uncensored, unfiltered content to users in China, the company's Senior Vice President of Corporate Development and Chief Legal Officer David Drummond announced on the company's official blog today.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called on China to investigate the recent cyberattacks on Google and other US firms, and urged US technology companies to oppose Internet censorship.
Recent cyber attacks aimed at Chinese human rights activists have led Google to defy Chinese Internet censors and risk banishment from the lucrative Chinese market.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 25 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- T. Kumar, Amnesty International USA advocacy director for Asia and the Pacific, made the following statement in response to the U.S.
Chinese political activist Hu Jia won the European Parliament's Sakharov Prize for Freedom of Thought, the parliament announced Thursday.
Text of Paris-based media freedom organization Reporters Sans Frontieres press release on 17 September Reporters Without Borders discovered today that access to its main website (http://www.rsf.org) has again been blocked within China.
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