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"Race to the bottom" : corporate complicity in Chinese Internet censorship.

Author: Human Rights Watch (Organization)
Publisher: New York : Human Rights Watch, 2006.
Series: Human Rights Watch., C ;, v. 18, no. 8.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This report documents the different ways in which companies such as Yahoo!, Microsoft, Google, and Skype are assisting and reinforcing the Chinese government's system of political censorship.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
"Race to the bottom".
New York : Human Rights Watch, 2006
(OCoLC)693133241
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Human Rights Watch (Organization)
OCLC Number: 71379548
Language Note: Includes some text in Chinese.
Notes: Caption title.
"August 2006."
Description: 141, [4] pages : illustrations, map ; 28 cm.
Contents: I. Summary. --
II. How censorship works in China: a brief overview. --
1. The "Great Firewall of China" : censorship at the Internet backbone and ISP level. --
2. Censhorship by Internet content providers : delegating censorship to business. --
3. Surveillance and censorship in email and web chat. --
4. Breaching the Great Chinese Firewall. --
5. Chinese and international law. --
III. Comparative analysis of search engine censorship. --
1. Censorship through website de-listing. --
Keyword censorship. --
IV. How multinational Internet companies assist government censorship in China. --
1. Yahoo! Inc. --
2. Microsoft Corp. --
3. Google, Inc. --
4. Skype. --
V. Company, government, investor, and other responses. --
1. Efforts toward a voluntary industry code of conduct. --
2. Legislation. --
3. U.S. Executive Branch actions. --
4. European Union actions. --
5. Investor pledge. --
Recommendations. --
Acknowledgements. --
Appendix. Appendix I: "The words you never see in Chinese cyberspace." --
Appendix II: "The Great Firewall of China: keywords used to filter web content." --
Appendix III-VI: Details of ... case. --
Appendix VII: Liu Xiaobo's letter to Yahoo! --
Appendix VIII: Letter from Human Rights Watch to Yahoo! and Yahoo!'s response. --
Appendix IX: Letter from Human Rights Watch to Microsoft and Mircrosoft's response. --
Appendix X: Letter from Human Rights Watch to Google. --
Appendix XI: Letter from Human Rights Watch to Skype and Skype's response. --
Appendix XII: URL de-listing on Google.cn, Yahoo! China, MSN Chinese and Baidu. --
Appendix XIII: Comparative keyword searches on Google.cn, Yahoo! China, MSN China, Baidu, Yahoo.com, MSN search and Google.com.
Series Title: Human Rights Watch., C ;, v. 18, no. 8.
Other Titles: Corporate complicity in Chinese Internet censorship

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This report documents the different ways in which companies such as Yahoo!, Microsoft, Google, and Skype are assisting and reinforcing the Chinese government's system of political censorship.

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