SFT Condemns Google’s Censorship Project ‘Dragonfly’

Press Contact: Urgyen Badheytsang ugen@studentsforafreetibet.org +14133108160 According to news reports this week, leaked documents exposed that Google is building a censored search engine platform for China. Under this project, codenamed ‘Dragonfly,’ Google is planning to launch a censored version of its search engine in China that will restrict and censor websites and search terms about...
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Inspiring words ahead of our 2008 Uprising Commemoration

We are just a few days away from the 2008: 10 Year Anniversary event, and overwhelmed by the incredible support from our community. When we ran a sponsorship drive last month, several businesses and individuals immediately stepped up to sponsor our event. This reaffirmed our belief that the protests of 2008 had an immense impact...
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The US House Judiciary Committee just passed a historic Tibet Bill

It’s a victorious day for Tibet! Yesterday, the House Judiciary Committee unanimously approved the Reciprocal Access to Tibet Act. The Reciprocal Access to Tibet Act says that unless China relaxes its draconian restrictions on travel to Tibet for Americans, the Chinese government officials responsible for that policy cannot get a visa to travel to the US....
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Tibet Advocacy Coalition regrets US withdrawal from UN Human Rights Council, expressing fear that China’s bullying will prevail

Contacts: Urgyen Badheytsang, Students for a Free Tibet, +1 413 310 8160, ugen@studentsforafreetibet.org Iona Liddell, Tibet Justice Center, execdir@tibetjustice.org Migmar Dhakyel, Tibet Initiative Deutschland e. V., aktion@tibet-initiative.de (German, French, Tibetan) Representatives of the Tibet Advocacy Coalition project today expressed disappointment at the decision of the United States to withdraw its membership of the United Nations...
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