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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......
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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......
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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......
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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......
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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......
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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:......
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13 States criticise China’s abuses in Tibet at the UN Human Rights Council  [1] Diplomatic support for Tibet [2] increased at the United Nations Human Rights Council as nine countries [3]  raised 12......
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23 August 2018 China blocks release of jailed Tibetan rights activist Tashi Wangchuk We are appalled to learn today that a Chinese court has rejected the appeal of imprisoned Tibetan......
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For Immediate Release 23 August 2018 Tibet Groups  have reacted in anger today at the news that the five year prison sentence for language rights advocate Tashi Wangchuk was upheld......
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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......
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