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His name is Shi Tao, former journalist for the Contemporary Business News in Changsha City, Hubei Province. In April 2004, Shi Tao was attending an internal meeting at work. His upper management verbally informed everyone of a publication just received from the Office of the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party. It was, essentially, a directive on how they should go about reporting the upcoming fifteenth anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre. Shi Tao made notes in the meeting and then sent an email - through his Yahoo account - to a friend at a web-magazine called Democracy Newsletter. His aimed was to warn overseas Chinese activists not to go back to China at that time, or they might have faced arrest. Seven days later, Shi Tao himself was arrested. April 27, 2005, Shi Tao was sentenced to ten years in prison for 」illegally leaking state secrets abroad.」 Unfortunately, this was a typical sentence in a typical case. Like many intellectuals who had been given criminal sentences because of what they said, Shi Tao, 37 years-old, may have, more or less been mentally prepared for this outcome. However, little could this journalist have imagined that one of the hands that had thrown him into prison was a company that he had relied on for years in his efforts to create political change - the U.S. headquartered technology company, Yahoo. So what exactly were the circumstances surrounding his arrest? And just what part do companies like Yahoo play in China』s efforts in maintaining a tight control over their dictatorship? 其他推薦: 2008新唐人電視台全球系列大賽(小提琴,聲樂,舞蹈,武術,鋼琴,漢服設計,油畫,廚技,攝影) *******competitions.ntdtv****/ 人權聖火傳遞全球網頁 *******www.humanrightstorch****/cn/ 塞總統重申與國際法庭合作意願 *******www.cntv.us/zh/view/9597
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His name is Shi Tao, former journalist for the Contemporary Business News in Changsha City, Hubei Province. In April 2004, Shi Tao was attending an internal meeting at work. His upper management verbally informed everyone of a publication just received from the Office of the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party. It was, essentially, a directive on how they should go about reporting the upcoming fifteenth anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre. Shi Tao made notes in the meeting and then sent an email - through his Yahoo account - to a friend at a web-magazine called Democracy Newsletter. His aimed was to warn overseas Chinese activists not to go back to China at that time, or they might have faced arrest. Seven days later, Shi Tao himself was arrested. April 27, 2005, Shi Tao was sentenced to ten years in prison for 」illegally leaking state secrets abroad.」 Unfortunately, this was a typical sentence in a typical case. Like many intellectuals who had been given criminal sentences because of what they said, Shi Tao, 37 years-old, may have, more or less been mentally prepared for this outcome. However, little could this journalist have imagined that one of the hands that had thrown him into prison was a company that he had relied on for years in his efforts to create political change - the U.S. headquartered technology company, Yahoo. So what exactly were the circumstances surrounding his arrest? And just what part do companies like Yahoo play in China』s efforts in maintaining a tight control over their dictatorship? 其他推薦: 2008新唐人電視台全球系列大賽(小提琴,聲樂,舞蹈,武術,鋼琴,漢服設計,油畫,廚技,攝影) *******competitions.ntdtv****/ 人權聖火傳遞全球網頁 *******www.humanrightstorch****/cn/ 著名漫畫家郭競雄奧運前被迫出走 *******www.cntv.us/zh/view/9619
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His name is Shi Tao, former journalist for the Contemporary Business News in Changsha City, Hubei Province. In April 2004, Shi Tao was attending an internal meeting at work. His upper management verbally informed everyone of a publication just received from the Office of the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party. It was, essentially, a directive on how they should go about reporting the upcoming fifteenth anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre. Shi Tao made notes in the meeting and then sent an email - through his Yahoo account - to a friend at a web-magazine called Democracy Newsletter. His aimed was to warn overseas Chinese activists not to go back to China at that time, or they might have faced arrest. Seven days later, Shi Tao himself was arrested. April 27, 2005, Shi Tao was sentenced to ten years in prison for 」illegally leaking state secrets abroad.」 Unfortunately, this was a typical sentence in a typical case. Like many intellectuals who had been given criminal sentences because of what they said, Shi Tao, 37 years-old, may have, more or less been mentally prepared for this outcome. However, little could this journalist have imagined that one of the hands that had thrown him into prison was a company that he had relied on for years in his efforts to create political change - the U.S. headquartered technology company, Yahoo. So what exactly were the circumstances surrounding his arrest? And just what part do companies like Yahoo play in China』s efforts in maintaining a tight control over their dictatorship? 其他推薦: 2008新唐人電視台全球系列大賽(小提琴,聲樂,舞蹈,武術,鋼琴,漢服設計,油畫,廚技,攝影) *******competitions.ntdtv****/ 世界之門如意搜索 無任何審查過濾政策 *******www.ruyiseek****/ 京奧安保森嚴 民眾自由受限 *******www.cntv.us/zh/view/9556
9 Aug 2008
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In our prior episode, we heard how technology from Western companies is controversially countering the liberation of China』s society from openness and democracy. Today we continue with a special episode of Zooming In, where we will take a look at the Golden Shield Project, which is said to be capable of monitoring all means of communication by Internet users in China. 其他推薦: 2008新唐人電視台全球系列大賽(小提琴,聲樂,舞蹈,武術,鋼琴,漢服設計,油畫,廚技,攝影) *******competitions.ntdtv****/ 中共領館煽動騷擾海外退黨點 *******www.ntdtv****/xtr/b5/prog619.html 奧地利舉辦高智晟文集德文版發行研討會 *******www.cntv.us/zh/view/9774
9 Aug 2008
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Sample Video on Policy NAT. ASA Routing, NAT (all), Port Redirection, Access Lists (ACL), Remote Access VPN, Site to Site VPN, Logging, ASDM, License Upgrades, Multiple Contexts, Failover, Dual ISPs, Command Authorization (local and server group), etc.
19 Mar 2009
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TCP & UDP-Check for iPhone
2 Nov 2009
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Network Security Gateway Troubshooting is discussed by Webmaster Puneet Verma.
11 Dec 2009
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*******www.pinpointe**** This is a short excerpt from the Email Marketing 201 webinar. In this segment we discuss an enterprise SPAM filter works, and how to keep your legitimate email marketing message from accidentally being flagged. View the complementary full webinar in the email marketing resources area on our website.
5 Jan 2012
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6 Jul 2012
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6 Jul 2012
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*******www.secpoint****/protector.html Protector Learning video
12 Jul 2012
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UTM Web Filter *******www.secpoint****/protector.html
12 Jul 2012
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*******www.spasslerndenk-shop.de, Schnell-Lernmethode für Betriebswirtschaft: Spaßlerndenk-Methode für Betriebswirt/in IHK, Technischer Betriebswirt/in IHK, Personalfachkauffrau/mann IHK, Wirtschaftsfachwirt/in IHK
13 Oct 2012
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Cisco ASA has better application granularity, a more flexible means of policy creation, and easier to use controls and more powerful reports than its predecessors. We tested the ASA-5525-X in January 2013 and found a much improved user interface and lots of content-aware features. *******cisco****/go/asacx Pricing starts at $13,500 for hardware and software subscriptions
17 Jan 2013
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*******www.download****.pl/1760504/Panda-Global-Protection/ Pojawiła się najnowsza wersja pakietu zabezpieczającego komputer Panda Global Protection 2014. Omawiamy wszystkie nowości takie jak analiza rozruchu systemowego, nowy interfejs czy analiza bootowania.
8 May 2013
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