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Plea to Canada’s PM to raise cases of cyber-dissidents at Francophone Summit

Reporters Without Borders has written to Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper asking him to use the Francophone Summit being held in Bucharest (...)

Published on 27 September 2006 Read

Vietnam

Authorities confirm arrest of two cyber-dissidents

According to Agence France Presse, the Vietnamese authorities confirmed on 21 September that they have arrested cyber-dissidents Le Nguyen Sang (...)

Published on 26 September 2006 Read

Vietnam

US national among three arrested cyberdissidents

Reporters Without Borders wrote on 6 September 2006, to the US, French and Finnish ambassadors in Hanoi urging them to intervene on behalf of (...)

Published on 6 September 2006 Read

Vietnam

UK and US companies sold mobile phone tapping equipment to Vietnam

Reporters Without Borders has learned that a British company, Silver Bullet, and a US company, Verint Systems (a subsidiary of Comverse (...)

Published on 24 August 2006 Read

Vietnam

Authorities again abduct one of the Kiem Street chat room users

Reporters Without Borders today called for the immediate release of Truong Quoc Huy, who was arrested by the security services in an Internet (...)

Published on 22 August 2006 Read

Vietnam

Police harass five journalists in bid to stop them launching independent newspaper in Hanoi

The Vietnamese authorities are trying to block the emergence of an independent press, Reporters Without Borders said today, condemning the (...)

Published on 21 August 2006 Read

Vietnam

Kiem Street chat room users freed after nine months in detention

Reporters Without Borders today hailed the news of the release of three young people who were arrested at a Kiem Street house in Ho Chi Minh City (...)

Published on 16 August 2006 Read

Vietnam

Open letter to new president about two imprisoned cyber-dissidents

Reporters Without Borders wrote today to Nguyen Minh Triet, who has just taken over from Tran Duc Luong as Vietnam’s president, asking him to (...)

Published on 29 June 2006 Read

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