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143 Journalists imprisoned
9 Media assistants imprisoned
68 Cyberdissidents imprisoned


Burma (2)


5 June 2008 - Zarganar, comedian, blogger

29 January 2008 - Nay Phone Latt, writer and Internet cafés owner. Condemned to 20 years and a half in prison on 10th nov 2008


China (48)


26 February 2009 - Kunchok Tsephel Gopey, Chomei website editor

21 July 2008 - Du Daobin, human rights defenders, freelancer for several foreign websites (Boxun.com, ...)

10 June 2008 - Huang Qi, founder of 64Tianwang.net, pro-democracy activist

27 December 2007 - Hu Jia

17 April 2007 - Ablikim Abdiriyim, cyber-dissident

23 December 2005 - Xu Wanping, freelance writer

30 May 2002 - Hu Mingjun, cyber-dissident

12 October 2006 - Zhang Jianhong (Li Hong), writer

17 October 2006 - Chen Shuqing, writer

14 September 2006 - Yang Maodong (Guo Feixiong), lawyer

12 May 2006 - Guo Qizhen, cyber-dissident

10 May 2005 - Ren Zhiyuan, teacher

1 September 2002 - Wang Xiaoning, cyberdissident

23 December 2005 - Yang Tianshui, online journalist

28 May 2005 - Li Jianping , freelance journalist, entrepreneur

29 January 2005 - Zhang Lin, pro-democracy activist

29 December 2004 - Zheng Yichun , poet, professor and freelance writer

2 December 2004 - Liao Yuanhua, former civil servant, member of Falun Gong movement

13 December 2003 - Kong Youping, dissident

13 September 2003 - Huang Jinqiu (Qing Shuijun), former journalist, cyberdissident

8 August 2003 - Li Zhi, civil servant

9 July 2003 - Tao Haidong, dissident

27 March 2003 - Zheng ("Sini"), pupil

November 2003 - Lu Zengqi, executive in a technology company

November 2003 - Chen Shumin, head of a technology firm

November 2003 - Yin Yan

November 2003 - Li Jian

November 2003 - Yan Qiuyan

4 November 2002 - He Depu, dissident

5 September 2002 - Liang Changying, teacher, member of Falun Gong movement

1 April 2002 - Li Dawei, dissident

November 2002 - Tan Qiu, former hospital worker

November 2002 - Fang Guokun, railroad worker, member of Falun Gong movement

1 June 2001 - Li Hongmin, dissident

30 April 2001 - Wang Sen, dissident

13 March 2001 - Jin Haike, dissident

13 March 2001 - Xu Wei, journalist for the Consumer daily

13 March 2001 - Zhang Honghai, writer

November 2000 - Zhang Yuhui, businessman

October 2000 - Li Yanfang, student

October 2000 - Jiang Yuxia, student

October 2000 - Li Chunyan, student

October 2000 - Huang Kui, student

October 2000 - Ma Yan, student

October 2000 - Lin Yang, student

29 July 2000 - Zhang Haitao, creator of the only China-based Web site on Falun Gong

19 June 1999 - Wu Yilong, dissident

19 June 1999 - Mao Qingxiang, journalist


Egypt (1)


6 November 2006 - Abdel Kareem Nabil Suleiman (Kareem Amer), Cyber-dissident


Iran (4)


1 May 2009 - Kaveh Mozafari , Change for equality

1 May 2009 - Jelveh Javaheri, Cyber feminist

1 November 2008 - Hossein Derakhshan, blogger (http://www.hoder.com)

29 November 2008 - Mojtaba Lotfi, Online journalist, condemned to 4 years in prison for disseminating the views of Ayatollah Hussein Ali Montazeri and for “publicity against the government.”


Syria (5)


7 June 2007 - Kareem Arabji, Internet user, cyberdissident

6 May 2008 - Habib Saleh, writer

8 April 2008 - Firas Saad, writer, poet.

7 July 2007 - Tariq Omar Biasi

7 September 2006 - Muhened Abdulrahman, online journalist


Vietnam (7)


19 April 2008 - Dieu Cay, (real name : Nguyen Hoang Hai), freelance journalist

January 2007 - Tran Quoc Hien, opposition activist

6 March 2007 - Le Thi Cong Dai, lawyer

6 March 2007 - Nguyen Van Dai, lawyer

18 August 2006 - Truong Quoc Huy, cyber-dissident

August 2006 - Le Nguyen Sang ("Nguyen Hoang Long"), doctor

July 2006 - Nguyen Bac Truyen, opposition activist