Internet Operations in China

Ms. Morillon talked about the willingness of major U.S.-based Internet companies such as Google, Yahoo, and Microsoft to allow their… read more

Ms. Morillon talked about the willingness of major U.S.-based Internet companies such as Google, Yahoo, and Microsoft to allow their search engines to censor certain types of information for persons using the service in China. She said that Reporters Without Borders criticizes the decision by the companies because it goes against the principle of free speech. She responded to telephone calls and electronic mail.

Ms. Morillon testified on the topic before two joint House International Relations subcommittees in the previous week. close

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  • Morillon, Lucie Representative Reporters Without Borders->Washington, DC
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Feb 21, 2006

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