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The search engine stops censoring information and ideas in China

Last month, Google - one of the world's most important technology companies - stood up to the Chinese government by making it clear that it will not be complicit in censoring information and ideas. For years, corporations - including Google, Yahoo!,…
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On June 8, the Council of Europe released a report confirming allegations first made by Human Rights Watch in 2005 that the CIA used locations in Poland and Romania for the secret detention of terror suspects. During several years of research, we combed…
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In 1999, the Chinese government banned Falungong, a variant of an ancient exercise and meditation system. The government labeled Falungong an "evil cult" and began an aggressive and often violent campaign against its practitioners which continues…
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Two academics detained by Beijing, Dr. Li Shaomin and Dr. Gao Zhan, have left China and been reunited with their families. Human Rights Watch welcomes the release of these scholars, but denounced the numerous violations of Chinese and international…
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On June 15, the U.S. House of Representatives voted 379-0 to condemn Beijing's continued detention of Chinese-born academics who are U.S. citizens or residents and called for their immediate release. The measure also called on President Bush to appoint a…