網絡自由電子報(六月號)|Free Internet Digest(Jun 2014)

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中國‧香港|China‧ Hong Kong

加強管制互聯網|Tightens Internet Controls

北京市委「網安領導小組」在5月成立,受市委常委會領導,網絡安全和信息化被提高到空前重要的戰略地位。更多地方小組將陸續成立。
A Chinese official in charge of regulating the Internet said Beijing must strengthen Internet security because “overseas hostile forces" are using the Internet to “attack, slander and spread rumors".

大公報: 出重拳織大網 中共地方網安領導小組相繼成立
希望之聲:北京再提無網安即無國安 顯危機
中國外交部:外交部副部長李保東在資訊與網路安全問題國際研討會開幕式上的講話
Reuters: China says Internet security necessary to counter ‘hostile forces’ 
ChinaAfrica: Firming Up the Firewall
Flash critic: China seeks to become cyber power for regime control

大規模網絡攻擊|Massive DDoS attack

六月中,《蘋果日報》香港及台灣網站和民間投票系統同樣受到大規模黑客攻擊,導致癱瘓,幕後黑手直指中國政府。
Apple Daily a very popular daily news website with a strong anti-China stance was hit by a massive Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack in Mid June, as well as a voting site.

蘋果日報: 國家級黑客瘋襲壹傳媒 我們絕不退縮
自由時報:中國網軍 駭癱港民主網站
公民新聞:佔中公投風雲密佈
Tech Worm: China accused of massive DDoS attack against a Hong Kong based anti-China news site Apple Daily
GlobalVoices Advocacy: Hong Kong Voting Site Suffers Massive DDoS Attack Before Civil Referendum
Technology tell: CloudFlare: Hong Kong democracy movement hit by massive DDoS attack

六四網絡審查|Tiananmen terms were censored on internet

六四25週年前夕,相關字眼在網絡被瘋狂過濾,谷歌在中國的服務亦被封鎖多日。
Terms related to Tiananmen massacre were censored on internet, China even blocked Google to silence the discussion.

新唐人電視台:「今天」也成敏感詞 中共網絡過濾登峰造極
BBC:六四週年前夕谷歌在中國被嚴重干擾
泡泡:網絡操控明暗分工,大陸艱難紀念六四
Atlantic:There Are 64 Tiananmen Terms Censored on China’s Internet Today
Mashable:China Blocks Google to Silence Tiananmen Square Discussion
BBC:Struggle to mark Tiananmen on China’s social media

 

 

國際|Global

歐洲:人有被遺忘的權利?|Europe: Right to be forgotten?

5月中旬,歐盟法院認定民眾有在網絡上「被遺忘」的權利,判決google必需於搜尋器中移除申請人認為過時或應被移除的網絡資料,遂引發「隱私」與「知情權」的爭議。
A top EU court has ruled Google must amend some search results at the request of ordinary people in a test of the so-called “right to be forgotten".

泡泡:谷歌被勒令删除搜索結果:「人有被遺忘的權利」
北美智權報:肉搜 VS 資訊控制 網路被遺忘權 爭議多
科技新報:捍衛「被遺忘的權利」,全球政府盯上 Google
BBC:EU court backs ‘right to be forgotten’ in Google case
PCWorld:No Europe, Google does not have to delete all your personal data
Cnet:Bing strives to develop ‘right to be forgotten’ feature

新加坡:首名博客被總理告誹謗|Singapore: A blogger was sued by prime minister

新加坡一名博客的博文涉及影射總理李顯龍貪污,該名博主已經就刪除文章並道歉,並提出5000新元的賠償,但李顯龍認為該名博主欠缺誠意,要將其告上法庭。
It is the first time a Singapore blogger has been sued for libel by prime minister Lee Hsieng Loong.

南華早報:新加坡博主發文影射總理貪污 李顯龍提告
世界新聞網:集會反高壓 星國爆信任危機
AM730:專訪星洲總理首次控告的博客 鄞義林︰人民要有視野
i media ethics:Singapore Blogger sued by Prime Minister, 1st Time Govt Official has sued a blogger for libel
CPJ:Singapore blogger: ‘I have been waiting’ for government backlash
WSJ:Libel Suit Turns Singapore Blogger into Underdog for Pensioners


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中國:打壓網絡自由|China: Suppress Internet Freedom

博客因言入獄三年|Chinese blogger was jailed for 3 years

內地知名博客秦火火因言入罰,被當局指他在網絡散播謠言,控以「誹謗」及「尋釁滋事」,被判三年徒刑。
Chinese blogger Qin Huohuo, so-called Big V bloggers, was jailed for three years for allegedly spreading rumors on Weibo.

BBC: 秦火火誹謗及尋釁滋事罪被判囚3年
泡泡網:從秦火火案看中外網絡謠言文化
南華早報:秦火火一審判三年徒刑 秦稱不上訴
techinasia: Yet another Chinese blogger jailed for allegedly spreading rumors on Weibo
China Digital Times: Minitrue: “Qin Huohuo” Trial
China Daily: 3 years in jail for online rumors

新浪被吊銷二牌照|Sina’s licenses were suspended

經常替中國政府審查網絡言論的大型網站新浪網,被當局指含有色情內容,遭判罰款及吊銷《互聯網出版許可證》和《信息網絡傳播視聽節目許可證》。有網民認為是次行動主因是新浪微博太有影響力。
A move by China’s authorities to strip Sina Corp of some online publication licenses as part of a pornography crackdown should be seen as a warning shot at the country’s Internet firms to toe the Party line on freedom of expression, experts said.

文滙報:新浪網20篇涉黃作品營業額50萬 
香港獨立媒體:網絡掃黃新浪遭殃 年輕網民戲謔「經歷文革」
新唐人電視台:網友質疑:掃黃為何對新浪網下手?
Reuters:Sina penalized for porn as China censorship bodies jockey for power
SCMP:Anti-porn watchdog to revoke Sina internet portal’s licences over ‘erotic’ content
Global Times:Anti-porn authorities to suspend Sina’s license

國際|Global

土耳其政府禁YouTube Twitter|Turkish government bans Twitter and Youtube

三月底土耳其政府下令封锁社交twitter,一周後又封鎖Youtube,理由是上傳內容者竊聽及泄露國家機密。
YouTube has been blocked in Turkey, just one week ago, Twitter was banned as well. Erdoğan claimed that he was the victim of an international smear campaign operating on social media.

鳳凰:土耳其高官談話被泄 埃爾多安封殺YouTube
網易:土耳其總理一周内先封Twitter再封YouTube
BBC:土耳其法院要求政府解除對推特網站的封鎖
Guardian:Turkey’s YouTube and Twitter bans show a government in serious trouble
WSJ:Turkey’s YouTube Traffic Drops Sharply
Mashable:YouTube Remains Blocked in Turkey, Despite Court Order

俄羅斯:普京稱聯網為中情局項目|Russia: Putin calls internet a ‘CIA project’

普京出席一媒體論壇時稱,互聯網為美國中情局的項目,更呼籲民眾別用谷歌搜尋器。該國又通過法例﹐要求在俄的外國社交網站設伺服器在該國,並儲存全部俄國用戶資料最少6個月。
Recently, Putin labelled internet as ‘CIA project’. The country has also passed a law that requires foreign social media websites to keep their servers in Russia and save all information about their users for at least six months.

廣州日報:普京稱因特網為CIA項目 呼籲民眾拒用谷歌
騰訊:普京:互聯網已被美國控制 不要使用谷歌
主場新聞:普京:美國CIA操控互聯網
Guardian:Putin calls internet a ‘CIA project’ renewing fears of web breakup
Aljazeera:Putin says Internet is a CIA project
Zdnet:Facebook, Gmail, Skype face Russia ban under ‘anti-terror’ data snooping plan

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香港:新聞自由下降|Hong Kong: Press freedom decline

傳媒高層被斬|Former chief editor was in attack

香港《明報》前總編輯劉進圖遭一名男子持刀襲擊,背部身中六刀受傷送院。近年多宗針對傳媒人的暴力事件均未能破案,再次敲響新聞自由的警號。
A former chief editor of a major Hong Kong newspaper known for its critical reporting was stabbed and seriously wounded on Wednesday in an attack that has fuelled concerns about what many see as an erosion of media freedoms.

蘋果日報: 《明報》高層 劉進圖被斬命危
泡泡網:這刀意在劈垮媒體人的脊樑
SCMP: Ming Pao offers HK$1 million reward after editor critically injured in ‘classic triad hit’
Reuters: Former editor of Hong Kong newspaper stabbed amid media tensions
New York Times: Hong Kong Editor Whose Ouster Stirred Protests Is Slashed

 

新聞自由排名下降|Ranking for global press freedom dropped

無國界記者發表2014年「世界新聞自由指數」報告,名列前芧的都是歐洲國家。香港排名第四年下跌,跌至今年61位。台灣位列50,中國則在180個地方中排名175,幾近包尾,僅僅高於索馬里、敍利亞、朝鮮等國家。
Hong Kong’s ranking for press freedom has fallen to a five-year low of 58 among 179 places worldwide, the latest index compiled by Reporters Without Borders shows.

蘋果日報:港新聞自由排名 12年跌43位
香港獨立媒體:新聞自由排名 香港連跌4年 中國幾乎包尾
Reporters without borders:World Press Freedom Index 2014
SCMP:Hong Kong press freedom drops to 5-year low on global index

 

國際|Global

索契冬奧 媒體監控|Monitoring in Sochi

索契冬奧期間,俄羅斯情報機構試驗強大的網絡監控系統,政府亦阻止當地傳媒報導負面消息。
Russia restricted news coverage of sensitive issues of Sochi games while its FSB security service aimed at monitoring all communications during that period.

香港獨立媒體: 索契冬奧 傳媒寒冬?
IT時報:被隱形「天羅地網」包圍的索契
樂雲網:索契式監控
Daily Maverick: Media censorship: What Russia doesn’t want you to know about the Sochi Games
CPJ: Media suffer winter chill in coverage of Sochi Olympics
IBT: Sochi Olympics 2014 Snoopers Monitor Journalists’ and Athletes’ Communications

 

微軟Bing過濾中國敏感詞|Bing accused of censoring search results

GreatFire.org發表聲明,指責微軟公司的搜索引擎Bing在海外實行中國式審查過濾。
English and Chinese language queries for terms such as ‘Dalai Lama’ return radically different results on Microsoft search engine “Bing”.

Greatfire:Bing在全球實行中國式審查
BBC:微軟否認Bing在全球實施中國式審查
Guardian: 
Bing censoring Chinese language search results for users in the US
Reuters: Microsoft denies global censorship of China-related searches

 

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中國|China

新浪微博删除十萬帳戶|Sina Weibo deleted 100k Account

自8月10日中國官方訂出加强微博管理的「七條底綫」,截至11月,新浪微博已删除超過10萬個帳戶,其他懲罰方式包括不同期限的禁言。
Authorities in China issued new rules this summer in order to tidy up online discourse in the country. These new guidelines are called the Seven Bottom Lines. Today, state news agency Xinhua reports that over 100,000 accounts on Sina Weibo have been closed or in some way punished for flouting these rules.

Propublica: 新浪微博:遭遇中國式審查
南華早報:清網行動下 新浪處理10萬微博帳户
Techinasia: Sina Weibo punishes or deletes over 100,000 accounts that violated new government rules
ChinaForbiddenNews: 100,000 Sina Weibo User Accounts Closed, Chinese Journalists Detained

Skype中國不再審查|Skype in China removes censorship

提倡言論自由的團體GreatFire報道稱,微軟新版Skype使中國用户聊天和通話時,更加難以被監控。
Microsoft Corp. has made it harder to monitor calls and chats over its Skype phone service in China, a freedom of expression advocacy group said.

德國之聲:GreatFire:新版中國Skype將比舊版防監控
酷七新聞:微軟的功勞:中國版Skype不再審查,並全程加密
ZDnet:Skype in China reportedly tweaked to remove censorship
Reuters:Microsoft blocks censorship of Skype in China: advocacy group

國際|Global

斯諾登聖誕文告|Snowden’s Christmas message

美國中情局前僱員斯諾登,在英國電視台發表另類聖誕文告,警告如果各國不停止大規模監控活動,新一代就會在一個沒有私隱的世界成長。
Edward Snowden warns of a loss of privacy in his Alternative Christmas message broadcast on Channel 4.

明報: 斯諾登「聖誕文告」 籲團結終止監控
NOW:斯諾登發表聖誕文告促正視私隱
Channel4: Snowden’s alternative Christmas message: your child will never have privacy
Telegraph: Edward Snowden’s Alternative Christmas message

谷歌微軟封兒童色情|Search engines block child porn

搜索引擎巨頭谷歌與微軟決定採取措施,屏蔽網絡兒童色情內容。根據這項合作,大約十萬條查找非法內容的搜索關鍵詞條將被顯示為無匹配內容,搜索引擎將隨後顯示警示信息,告知用戶搜索兒童色情內容屬非法行為。
Google and Microsoft, which process 95% of internet searches, have announced measures to make it more difficult to find child abuse images online in response to pressure from the UK government.

BBC:谷歌與微軟同意聯手屏蔽兒童色情內容
新華網:谷歌、微軟承諾嚴控網絡兒童色情內容
Arstechnica: Google blocks child porn in 100,000 searches, plans filter for YouTube
Computer weekly: Google and Microsoft to block searches for child porn

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中國|China
網絡謠言法|Rumour law 

最高人民法院發布新刑事條例,凡發表網絡訊息、被轉載逾500次而引至集體示威者,可被判罰最高三年監禁。首名被控以該罰的青年幸得網絡支持,終被撤銷控罪。
PRC Top court introduces sentences of up to three years for libellous posts forwarded over 500 times or messages leading to mass protests. An online campaign helped a Chinese teenager to avoid becoming the first person charged with the “rumour law” on the internet.

天涯: 最高檢最高法今日出台有關網絡誹謗司法解釋:誹謗信息被轉發500次可判刑
RCI:中國「網絡謠言法」出台後第一名被捕的少年周一獲釋
SCMP: Up to three years in prison for Chinese internet users who spread rumours 
FT: China releases teenager accused of online rumour-mongering

蘋果低頭|Apple Kowtow

蘋果公司最近在無預警和解釋下,把其應用軟件商店Apple Store上的OpenDoor翻牆軟體刪除,遭中國網友批評,「水果墮落了。」
Apple has been accused of kowtowing to the Chinese government after it pulled a program from its China App store which allowed users to bypass the country’s strict internet controls.

BCC中文網:蘋果删除對中國市場翻牆軟件受批
新唐人電視台:中國網絡審查制度 蘋果也低頭
CNN:Apple slammed in China for pulling firewall-busting app OpenDoor
DailyMail:Apple accused of kowtowing to China after it pulls iPhone app that lets users view banned wetsites

 

國際|Global

Google uProxy

谷歌宣布一款新的翻牆工具 uProxy。這個瀏覽器擴充工具是藉由互信的朋友間彼此做路由來確保上網的私密與安全,其原理就像是互信的朋友間的個人VPN服務。
Google has teamed up to give net users a better way to securely access content on the web. It’s called uProxy, and it’s a bit like a peer-to-peer VPN hosted by your trusted friends.

香港釸谷: 谷歌研發翻牆工具 uProxy 
iThome: Google發表類翻牆軟體的個人VPN工具uProxy 
Mashable: Google’s uProxy: A Peer-to-Peer Gateway to Internet Freedo 
Geek: Google uProxy lets you surf securely through a friend’s connection

Dropbox

斯諾登事年後,各大互聯網巨擘似乎刻意和政府劃清界線,希望重新爭取公眾的信任,維護公司聲譽。最近,Dropbox更加入微軟、谷歌、Facebook和雅虎行列,要求政府准許公布國家安全法下向其索取個人資料的宗數,以及牽涉的用戶數字。
Dropbox has thrown in its lot with Google, Facebook, Microsoft, and other companies looking for permission to publish information about secret national security requests. The company has filed an amicus brief with the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.

香港獨立媒體網:Dropbox呈請美國政府 公開索取用戶資料數字

cnbeta:Dropbox向法院提交披露NSA請求信息的申請文件
Venturebeat: Dropbox joins Google and Microsoft in fight for right to disclose national security requests
Verge: Dropbox joins the call for transparency, asks government to let it publish surveillance requests

微軟透明報告|Microsoft transparency report

微軟透明報告顯示它授權了澳洲政府其中1050次請求(86%)並向澳情報機構提交了相關用戶的電子郵箱、姓名、地址以及網路IP地址。
Microsoft handed Australian government agents personal information about more than a thousand users in the first half of 2013, a transparency report reveals.

鳳凰網: 透明報告稱微軟向澳大利亞政府提供逾1000名用戶資訊
威鋒網:微軟向澳洲政府提供用戶信息 涉及1000多個帳號
Guardian: Microsoft gave Australian agents information on more than 1,000 users
Dailytelegraph: Microsoft hands user data to Aust govt

網絡私隱|Privacy

全球近三百個關注言論自由和人權的團體,過去兩個月簽署了一份「通訊監控與落實人權的國際原則」,向聯合國人權委員會提出人權公約應擴展至新媒體通訊,制衡國家及企業的監控活動,使所有通訊監控活動要符合「必要」和「適當」等原則。
Civil society groups including the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Privacy International called on members of the UN Human Rights Council to measure their laws against international human rights standards concerning individual privacy.

香港獨立媒體網:斯諾登之後民間如何制衡Big Brother的監視?
網管人:老大哥在看你! 談大數據與小個資
Global Voices: Advocates Push for Privacy at the UN
Access: Surveillance and Human Rights Principles are launched at 24th Session of the Human Rights Council

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網絡自由電子報|Free Internet Digest (Aug 2013)

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香港| Hong Kong

過去3年,本港多個政府部門要求互聯網服務供應商(ISP)提供用戶個人資料逾14,000次,要求移除網上內容亦有7,003次。其中警務處索取資料的次數最多,共12,501次,佔整體86%。惟這次要求全部沒有得到法庭命令,ISP的答允率竟超過8成。
Over a three-year period, the Hong Kong Government made at least 14,453 requests to Internet Service Providers for disclosure of their users’ information. Separately, the government also made at least another 7003 requests to various online service providers for removal of content posted online.

香港獨立媒體網:相關黑客組織抗議CISPA對200”>政府部門索網民資料3年逾1萬4千宗 全無法庭命令
Hong Kong Transparency Report:Hong Kong Government discloses requests for online user information

斯諾登繼續爆料|Snowden leaks

美國多項監控計劃陸續曝光,包括竊聽總統法官、聯合國總部、歐盟多個駐美領使館等,並且揭露英國在中東設秘密網絡監控基地。
More and more surveillance programs were exposed due to Snowden’s leak which alert not only netizens, but also different countries.

星島日報:斯諾登揭美新監控計劃涵蓋總統法官
觀察者:斯諾登爆料美情報機構竊聽聯合國總部、歐盟及80多駐美領使館
人民網:斯諾登爆料:英在中東設有秘密網絡監控基地
Independent:Exclusive: UK’s secret Mid-East internet surveillance base is revealed in Edward Snowden leaks
Mashable:Another Snowden Leak: NSA Program Taps Everything You Do Online
Telegraph:NSA privacy rules broken thousands of times, Edward Snowden leaks documents show 

紐西蘭擴大監控計劃|New Zealand passed the spying bill

紐西蘭國會在爭議聲中通過監聽法案。政府日後將「合法」監聽國內及外民眾通訊內容。條例時以61比59、僅以兩票之差通過。有批評指條例損害公民權益,引起民眾不滿。
Controversial new legislation allowing the Government Communications Security Bureau to spy on New Zealanders has passed its final vote in Parliament.

香港獨立媒體網:紐西蘭國會兩票之差 擴大監控計劃
自由時報:監聽爭議再起 紐國可「合法」監聽國民
TVNZ:Controversial new spy law passes Guardian:New Zealand parliament approves spying bill by two votes
New Zealand Herald:GCSB bil passes after final reading

社交網站與私隱|Social networks & privacy

Gmail

美國加州有人入稟控告Google為向用戶發放個人化廣告,擅自讀取Gmail電郵,Google上月向法庭提交的回應文件日前曝光,打比喻指「這猶如寄信給商業夥伴,你不會對對方助理先行拆閱信件感到驚訝。今時今日使用電郵服務,同樣亦不應對電郵服務供應商先行處理訊息感到驚訝」。
If you happen to send an email to one of the 400 million people who use Google’s Gmail service, you shouldn’t have any expectation of privacy, according to a court briefing obtained by the Consumer Watchdog website.

地球圖輯隊:Google: Gmail用戶不該期望有隱私
數位時代:寄信Gmail用戶,不要指望有隱私?
Guardian:Google: don’t expect privacy when sending to Gmail
Business Insider:Google: if you send to Gmail, You have “No Legitimate Expectation of Privacy”
Verge:Yes, Gmail users have an expectation of privacy

Facebook

發表的按鍵《全球政府信息索取報告》披露了世界74個國家政府的信息索取細節。美國政府要求它提供2萬至2.1萬名用戶資料,位居榜首。
The giant social network appears to be of particular interest to government officials. According to the report, Facebook received 11,000 to 12,000 requests from the U.S. government concerning 20,000 to 21,000 users during the first six months of this year.

BBC中文網:臉書首次發佈各國政府索取信息報告
Businessweek:Facebook’s Report on Government Spying Sheds Litle New Light
Facebook:Global Government Requests Report

Twitter

Twitter2013年上半年透明度報告中表示,該公司正在面臨世界各地政府越來越大的壓力,要求其提供用戶的隱私信息。今年上半年的這類要求已經增長了40%。
Twitter is under increasing pressure from governments around the world to release user’s private information, with requests rising 40 percent in the first six months of the year, the microblogging company said in its semi-annual transparency report.

新浪科技:各國向Twitter索取信息要求增40%:美國佔3/4
Reuters:Government requests for Twitter users’ data on the rise
Twitter: Information Requests


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網絡自由電子報|Free Internet Digest (Jun 2013)

電子報

NSA 爆料者The NSA whistleblower

前中情局情報員斯諾登(Edward Snowden)甘願放棄高薪厚職,為要告訴全球網民所不知道的事--稜鏡行動,一項美國政府秘密竊取監控國民的行動,粗暴侵犯公民權利、網絡自由及網民個人私隱。

A 29-year-old intelligence contractor who claims to have worked at the National Security Agency and the CIA allowed himself to be revealed Sunday as the source of disclosures about the U.S. government’s secret surveillance programs, risking prosecution by the U.S. government.

經過|The inccident 

香港獨立媒體網:別交出捍衞我們私隱的爆料人 Edward Snowden

星島日報:情報界「地震」 安保程序恐大變革  斯諾登引渡回美機會高

BBC中文網:美國情報機構洩密者何許人也?

東方日報:斯諾登:不想活在無私隱世界

聯合新聞網:白宮:洩密傷害國家安全

Guardian:Edward Snowden: the whistleblower behind the NSA surveillance revelations

Guardian:Edward Snowden, NSA files source: ‘If they want to get you, in time they will’

Asociated Press:Report: NSA contract worker is surveillance source

 

評論|Comments

香港獨立媒體網:網絡英雄 Snowden 各地網民如是說

星島日報:處理「泄密英雄」 要教人心服口服

NOW:支持者要求當局特赦斯諾登

Reuters:Disclosures on NSA spying alarm lawmakers, tech companies

South China Morning Post:US whistleblower Edward Snowden finds haven in Hong Kong, but for how long?

New Yorker:EDWARD SNOWDEN IS NO HERO

Swampland.Time:Four Things to Know About Surveillance Leaker Edward Snowden

Forbes:Why We’re ‘Shocked, Shocked’ At NSA Surveillance Revelations

Guardian:NSA leak: Facebook, Yahoo, Google and others face fight for reputations

 

聲援|Support

香港獨立媒體網:「捍衞自由港 保護斯諾登」獨立媒體(香港)聲明

FCC:FCC Statement on Edward Snowden

White House Petition:Pardon Edward Snowden

Campaign for Liberty:Ron Paul: We need to know more about what the government is doing

Independent:Julian Assange praises whistleblower Edward Snowden who faces extradition from Hong Kong back to US over NSA Prism revelations

Infowars:Iceland Considers Offering NSA Whistleblower Snowden Asylum

 

其他|Others

新國千人示威抗審查|Singapore: Protest against news web sites censorship

新加坡近2000名市民週六舉行集會,抗議政府月初開始審查新聞網站,限制網上言論自由。

About 1,000 Singaporeans joined a weekend protest against a new government policy that requires some news Web sites to obtain licenses and possibly to remove offensive content.

東方新聞:新國2千人抗議審查新聞網

New York Times: Singapore Clamps Down on News Web Sites

谷歌拒紹美國索取信息要求|Google fights back

谷歌拒絕美國政府以國家安全調查為由,調用用戶私人信息的要求。互聯網私隱團體「電子前線基金會」表示,谷歌成為第一家在收到所謂的「國家安全函」之後拒絕予以配合的大型通訊公司。自2000年以來,美國政府已經發出了30萬份「國家安全函」,只有四至五位提出了挑戰。

Google is challenging a demand by the U.S. government for private user information in a national security probe, according to a court filing. It “appears" to be the first time a major communications company is pushing back after getting a so-called National Security Letter, said the Electronic Frontier Foundation, an Internet privacy group. The challenge comes three weeks after a federal judge in San Francisco ruled that NSLs, which are issued without a warrant, are unconstitutional.

奇摩新聞:谷歌:FBI正監視網際網路

Bloomberg:Google Fights U.S. National Security Probe Data Demand


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