Censorship

  • 2018/01/10

    For the past few years, one foreign government, an autocratic adversary in all but name, has jailed the families of American journalists, unleashed hackers and social media trolls by the tens of thousands, and injected a campaign to silence critics...
  • 2011/01/17

    NEW YORK—On the eve of Chinese leader Hu Jintao’s arrival in the United States for a state visit, the Falun Dafa Information Center urges the media, human rights groups, the American public, and especially, U.S. officials meeting with the delegation,...
  • 2010/01/13

    The Falun Dafa Information Center applauds Google’s initiative to challenge the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) over its Internet censorship and encourages other companies, governments, and individuals to do the same. The Center also questions some media references that this move...
  • 2009/11/15

    Within a 50-mile radius of central Beijing, hundreds of innocent Falun Gong practitioners are being held and tortured in detention centers, forced labor camps, and prison camps. During Obama’s 3-day trip, an estimated 72 Falun Gong practitioners will be abducted...
  • 2009/05/26

    News from Inside ChinaFDIC: Police Covering Up Falun Gong Death in Custody at Top Tourist Attraction; Man Dies within Days of Arrest for Writing “Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance is Good”China Human Rights Lawyers Concern Group: Beijing lawyers Li Chunfu and Zhang Kai Beaten...
  • 2009/02/14

    Falun Gong remained one of the most taboo topics of coverage for both Chinese and foreign news organizations reporting from China in 2008. The pre-Olympic crackdown included the detention and sentencing of adherents found to be possessing, producing, or distributing...
  • 2008/06/15

    In order for the Chinese regime's anti-Falun Gong propaganda to saturate society, the Party has sought to silence alternative views.  This effort has been carried out through both explicit and implicit censorship. Explicit censorship has meant banning all books, articles,...
  • 2004/06/25

    CHICAGO (FDI) – A Chinese minister was served with legal papers Friday charging him with torture and other cruel, inhuman and degrading treatment. The papers were served upon a guard outside Wang Xudong’s hotel room within hours after the Minister...

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