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"First Hill Hearing To Be 'Live-Blogged'"
The rise of blogs within Washington made this breaking news inevitable: A House subcommittee for the first time will make room for citizen journalists to "live-blog" a congressional hearing.
The International Relations Subcommittee on Global Human Rights, Africa and International Operations will hold the hearing Wednesday at 10 a.m., and the topic is most appropriate. The panel will examine the role that U.S. companies like Google and Yahoo play in filtering Internet content in countries like China.
"First Hill Hearing To Be 'Live-Blogged'," Beltway Blogroll, February 13, 2006
- Committee on International Relations, U.S. House of Representatives, Subcommittee on Africa, Global Human Rights and International Operations
- Hearing: The Internet in China: A Tool for Freedom or Suppression? February 15, 2006, 10:00 am, Rayburn House Office Building, Room 2172
- CRS Reports
- "Internet: An Overview of Key Technology Policy Issues Affecting Its Use and Growth," by Marcia Smith, John Moteff, et al., 98-67, December 20, 2005 (53-page pdf)
- "Internet Development and Information Control in the People's Republic of China," by Michelle Lau, RL33167, November 22, 2005 (15-page pdf)
- "Internet Privacy: Overview and Pending Legislation," by Marcia S. Smith, RL31408, October 19, 2005 (25-page pdf)
- "Google, Yahoo Accused Of “Irresponsible” Chinese Censorship," by Brittany Thompson, webpronews.com, July 28, 2004
- "Yahoo, Chinese police, and a jailed journalist," by Robert Marquand, The Christian Science Monitor, September 9, 2005
- "Criticism of Yahoo!'s role in prosecution of journalist Shi Tao," Chinese Law Prof Blog, September 10, 2005
- "China’s Control Over Search Engine & Blog Content," by Loren Baker, Search Engine Journal, January 14, 2006
- "Google agrees to China censorship," AP via CNN, January 25, 2006
- "Google Now Censoring In China," Search Engine Watch, January 25, 2006
- "Comparisons of Google China and Google," BoingBoing, January 26, 2006
- "No booze or jokes for Googlers in China," Declan McCullagh, CNET News.com, January 26, 2006
- "Microsoft, Yahoo, Google Call For Help Against Chinese Rules," by Axxel, Playfuls.com, February 2, 2006
Congressional Directory 2006
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