China has released from prison early a prominent dissident and journalist who was jailed in 2005 for leaking state secrets abroad after Yahoo helped authorities identify him, a rights group said.Monday, 9 September, 2013, 2:10pm 1 comment
'You either abandon your ideals, or you risk being arrested,' a mainland dissident writer said this month.
'I've not written for nearly a year, I daren't take media interviews any more, I can't meet with other writers and I've given up taking part in political activities,' said the writer, who requested anonymity for fear of reprisals.13 Feb 2012 - 12:00am
It is wonderful that journalist Ching Cheong, imprisoned on the mainland on ludicrous, trumped up charges of spying, has been released and is back with his family.13 Feb 2008 - 12:00am
Revealing journalist's IP address did not violate data laws
Yahoo Hong Kong had not violated personal data laws in revealing the computer address of journalist Shi Tao to the mainland authorities - which led to his imprisonment - the city's privacy watchdog ruled yesterday.15 Mar 2007 - 12:00am
A Guizhou journalist has been sentenced to two years' jail for inciting subversion after posting political articles on overseas websites, his wife and lawyer said yesterday.
The Bijie Intermediate People's Court also deprived Li Yuanlong , 46, of his political rights for two years for 'incitement to subvert state power', his lawyer, Li Jianqiang , said.14 Jul 2006 - 12:00am
The time for explanations and excuses is over for Yahoo. Now is the time for the company to take responsibility and act.
Last week, Human Rights in China reported that Yahoo had been linked to the imprisonment of yet another mainland dissident. This makes four cases of which we know about.2 May 2006 - 12:00am
We belong to a group of 150 people from numerous occupations interested in China. Since 2003, we have been corresponding through a mailing list which used Yahoo Groups, discussing various topics concerning contemporary China.22 Apr 2006 - 12:00am
I write in response to the February 21 edition of the South China Morning Post's Technology section, and specifically, the ongoing investigation by the US Congress into the business conduct of Yahoo and other technology companies. I especially felt the need to comment on Yahoo's hand in the imprisonment of cyber-dissident Li Zhi and journalist Shi Tao.6 Mar 2006 - 12:00am
Bloggers and human rights groups are calling for a boycott of Yahoo after the United States internet giant supplied information to the Chinese central government that led to a 10-year prison sentence for mainland journalist Shi Tao.12 Sep 2005 - 12:00am
asia specific11 Sep 2005 - 12:00am