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Friday, 18 January 2019 Media release, for immediate use To mark Internet Freedom Day, Tibetans, Tibet supporters and corporate campaigners gathered outside multiple Google offices in 10 countries, across 5 continents, to call on the Google to scrap its controversial...
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January 18 2019 | Third letter to Google Management Ronan Harris, Managing Director, Google UK & Ireland Six Pancras Square
6 Pancras Rd
Kings Cross, London
N1C 4AG cc’d Sundar Pichai, Chief Executive Officer, Google Dear Mr Harris and Mr Pichai We write to you on...
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International Tibet Network joins over 50 rights organisations calling on Google to abandon the censored search engine ‘Project Dragonfly’ being developed for the Chinese market. Dear Mr. Pichai, (Cc: Ben Gomes, Vice President of Search; Kent Walker, Senior Vice President...
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Ahead of a U.S. Congressional Hearing that will examining Google’s transparency and accountability related to its data collection and use, global human rights campaigners – including a Senior Research Scientist and former Google employee – joined forces, urging Google to...
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Media Advisory: For Immediate Release Joint Live Media Briefings: Two briefings via Zoom webinar – Register via links below TIBETAN, UYGHUR AND CHINESE ACTIVISTS UNITE WITH DIGITAL TECH EXPERTS TO TELL GOOGLE: “RESPECT HUMAN RIGHTS, DON’T DO CHINA’S DIRTY WORK” CANCEL ’PROJECT...
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22 August 2018 Dear Mr Pichai, cc Larry Page, Sergey Brin We are writing to express our strong concerns about reports that Google is currently developing a search engine app that will comply fully with China’s severe and repressive censorship...
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As the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) is commemorated, there will be much reflection on how far the world has come since 1948, when this “milestone document, which underpins all international human rights law” was...
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A coalition of 170 Tibet groups from around the world has written to Google, demanding it immediately abandon its plans to develop a censored search engine app in China and put into place comprehensive measures to ensure the company does not...
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