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 China


29 December 2004 - 11 Falun Gong members arrested for posting torture photos on Internet
15 December 2004 - Authorities harass Yu Jie and Liu Xiaobo
14 December 2004 - Cyberdissidents Yu Jie and Liu Xiaobo released
8 December 2004 - Four Reporters Without Borders activists released
7 December 2004 - Cyberdissident Ouyang Yi released at the end of his sentence
29 November 2004 - Google urged to react after Chinese authorities block Google News
22 November 2004 - Castro or Hu Jintao? Who’s the biggest violator of free expression?
4 November 2004 - Cyber-dissident He Depu begins third year in prison
11 October 2004 - French president asked to press for release of cyberdissident Huang Jinqui serving 12 years
7 October 2004 - French President Chirac urged to use Chengdu visit to press for release of cyberdissident Huang Qi
17 September 2004 - Two cyberdissidents handed down harsh prison sentences
11 August 2004 - Du Daobin’s sentence confirmed on appeal
26 July 2004 - Google - Yahoo market battle threatens freedom of expression
1 July 2004 - "Bware, SMS unda ctrl"
23 June 2004 - Huang Qi awarded 2004 Cyberfreedom Prize
2 June 2004 - Is Liu Xiaobo in prison?
21 May 2004 - Reporters Without Borders condemns unfair trial of Du Daobin
11 May 2004 - Reporters Without Borders concerned about Wang Jinbo’s health
23 April 2004 - Cyberdissident Yang Jianli, a US resident, marks two years in prison without being sentenced
24 March 2004 - Cyberdissident Ouyang Yi sentenced to two years in prison
17 March 2004 - Closed-doors trial for Zhang Shengqi
17 March 2004 - Censorship stepped up to target blogging
16 March 2004 - Reporters Without Borders supports family’s appeal for release of cyberdissident Yang Jianli
11 March 2004 - Authorities block Wall Street Journal and Deutsche Welle sites
20 February 2004 - Five Falun Gong members jailed for posting "fabricated" news online
17 February 2004 - Cyber-dissident Du Daobin formally charged with subversion

 Cuba


22 November 2004 - Castro or Hu Jintao? Who’s the biggest violator of free expression?
25 March 2004 - Reporters Without Borders seeks meeting with Marco Tronchetti Provera, Chairman of Telecom Italia’s board of directors

 France


17 June 2004 - LEN : Freedom of expression victory in new law
13 April 2004 - Economy minister urged to intervene in Digital Economy bill
5 April 2004 - Senate will finally debate the LEN law on 8 April
26 March 2004 - Reporters Without Borders announces prizes for online repression

 India


30 September 2004 - Threat to cybercafés

 Iran


15 December 2004 - Cyber-journalists forced to give false evidence at colleague’s trial
29 November 2004 - Cyberjournalist Rozbeh Mir Ebrahimi released from prison
29 October 2004 - Sixth online journalist thrown in prison as authorities reportedly prepare "adultery" charges
20 October 2004 - European online press rally to the support of five imprisoned online journalists
14 October 2004 - New arrest of a journalist contributing to reformist websites
21 September 2004 - Journalist’s father released
9 September 2004 - Three journalists arrested in continued crackdown against Internet
18 August 2004 - Student gets nearly four years for criticising regime online

 Italy


25 March 2004 - Reporters Without Borders seeks meeting with Marco Tronchetti Provera, Chairman of Telecom Italia’s board of directors

 Kazakhstan


31 December 2004 - Call for reopening of investigation into death of online journalist who was hit by car
20 July 2004 - Reporters Without Borders urges investigation into death of opposition journalist who was hit by a car

 Malaysia


6 October 2004 - Authorities harass a blogger

 Maldives


2 December 2004 - Personal account : Fathimath Nisreen, cyber-dissident imprisoned in the Maldives
25 October 2004 - Cyber-dissident Fathimath Nisreen banished again
13 October 2004 - Concern about the fate of four cyberdissidents two months after their arrest
18 August 2004 - Call for European Union to press for release of cyber-dissidents
13 August 2004 - President Gayoom cuts off Internet links with outside world
4 August 2004 - Cable & Wireless explains its involvement in Internet in Maldives

 North Korea


25 November 2004 - Ban on websites deplored but protest by North called hypocrisy

 Russia


16 December 2004 - Sakharov Prize-winning journalist’s passport confiscated

 Saudi Arabia


30 March 2004 - Ban lifted on two gay websites

 South Korea


25 November 2004 - Ban on websites deplored but protest by North called hypocrisy
23 July 2004 - Student fined for mocking politicians online
27 May 2004 - Threats to an Internet radio run by North Korean defectors

 Sri Lanka


23 July 2004 - Tamil journalist’s home searched again

 Syria


8 December 2004 - As World Human Rights Day approaches, Reporters Without Borders calls on President Bashar al-Assad to respect press freedom
11 October 2004 - Three years in prison for Kurdish journalism student who posted photos on website
26 July 2004 - Three Internet-users sentenced to prison terms of two to four years
29 March 2004 - Government blocks access to two Kurdish websites
4 March 2004 - Call for release of two jailed Internet users on Baath Party anniversary

 Tunisia


14 December 2004 - The country where Internet users are tortured
7 July 2004 - Appeal court upholds unjustified sentences against Zarzis Internet-users
19 April 2004 - A ninth Internet-user from Zarzis sentenced to 25 months in prison

 Ukraine


28 October 2004 - Internet increasingly the target of government repression
26 May 2004 - Two online journalists imprisoned
8 April 2004 - Thugs beat up webmaster of political site
14 January 2004 - Online journalist attacked for the second time in less than six months

 United Kingdom


12 October 2004 - Home Secretary David Blunkett challenged over Indymedia website closures

 Vietnam


16 September 2004 - Dutch premier urged to press Vietnamese on ailing cyber-dissident Pham Hong Son
31 July 2004 - Two cyberdissidents released another sentenced to 30 months in prison
15 July 2004 - Pham Que Duong sentenced to 19 months in prison
14 June 2004 - Authorities free ailing cyber-dissident Le Chi Quang
21 May 2004 - Cyber-dissident Nguyen Vu Binh enters third week of hunger strike
7 May 2004 - Nguyen Vu Binh on hunger strike

 Zimbabwe


4 June 2004 - Internet firms asked to spy on customers