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茉莉:我们能为师涛做什么?
(博讯2005年9月16日)
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     各位朋友: (博讯 boxun.com)

    
     师涛已经被送到洞庭湖上的一个岛——湖南赤山监狱做苦工,由于入监训练的折磨,他已经瘦了20来斤。这些天海内外不少朋友,都在讨论我们能为师涛做些什么。
    
     不少朋友认为,由于雅虎香港控股有限公司出具的关于用户资料的证明材料,与中国政府合谋出卖了师涛,导致师涛被判取重刑,因此应该起诉雅虎公司。目前,海外许多网友、一些组织和人权律师,都在探讨研究法律起诉雅虎的可行性。
    
     ◎ 新加坡网友诺微做的博客网页:Is Yahoo! Safe? 雅虎,安全吗? 其中搜集了有关中英文资料。欢迎你们光临并参加讨论:http://yahooprivacy.typepad.com/
    
     ◎ 这里是美国14位律师,媒体工作者关于师涛一案的讨论:
    http://legalblogwatch.typepad.com/legal_blog_watch/
    
     ◎ 由于师涛是笔会成员,国际笔会狱中作家委员会发出关于雅虎/师涛案紧急行动通报(附后)。笔会发动各国会员给雅虎写信,对此表示震惊并要求雅虎保障人权。
    
     有心关注师涛的中国朋友可以做什么,我认为:
    
     1,你可以给雅虎公司写信或者打电话,质问他们为什么不保证用户的安全,要求他们为出卖师涛一事道歉赔偿。如果你得到了雅虎的回答,请在网上公布出来(已经有朋友公布了和雅虎对话的录音),以作为将来控诉雅虎的证据。
    
     2,你可以联络雅虎用户签名,告诉雅虎公司,如果他们不对此事做出反省,用户将要集体退出雅虎。
    
     3,你可以思考起诉雅虎的各种可能,介绍愿意义务受理此案的律师事务所(美国或者香港),并寻找可能的财政支援。
    
    师涛的母亲高琴声老师,让我代表她向所有关心师涛的人致谢!
    
    谢谢各位支持!
    
    茉莉
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国际笔会狱中作家委员会关于雅虎/师涛案紧急行动通报
    


2005年9月14日


紧急行动网络2005年第18号 第1次补充
    
    


中国:雅虎公司提供的信息被用来给记者、诗人、异议作家师涛定罪
    
    国际笔会狱中作家委员会对以下证据感到震惊:网络服务供应商雅虎公司提供的信息被用来给记者、诗人、异议作家师涛定罪。对师涛的检控是基于他给纽约某网站编辑的一封电子邮件,列举了中国当局在六四镇压民主抗议十五周年所作的媒体限制。师涛于今年4月27日被以“向国外泄露国家秘密”的罪名判处十年徒刑。
    
    保护记者委员会对师涛的被捕和审判叙述如下:
    
    “长沙的安全局官员于(2004年)11月24日在山西省太原市师涛家附近拘捕了他,几月前他用电邮列出宣传部有关天安门镇压周年纪念报道给媒体指示的笔记。当局没收了他的电脑和其它资料,并警告他的家属对此事保持沉默。
    
    “12月14日,当局签发了正式逮捕令,指控师涛“泄露国家秘密”。今年4月27日,长沙市中级人民法院给师涛判罪,并处以他十年监禁。
    
    “6月2日,湖南省高级人民法院未经开庭驳回师涛的上诉。”
    
    师涛的母亲基于二审不符合中国的刑事诉讼法,已经申请复查。
    
    师涛承认发了电邮,争辩说那资料并非“国家秘密”。旧金山的对话基金会一个致力于释放中国的政治犯的团体,已把长沙市中级人民法院的判决书翻译成英文。根据这个译本,判决书中揭示了,雅虎控股(香港)有限公司向中国警方提供了详细信息,使之能联系到师涛的私人电邮户头,并使包括所谓“国家秘密”的特定邮件能够联系到师涛的电脑IP。雅虎拒绝提供超出以下声明的任何细节,它说:
    
    “正像其它跨国公司那样,雅虎各地方分公司的运作,必须符合所在国的法律、规章和习俗。”
    据信雅虎并没有与中国警方合作的法律义务。
    
    现年37岁的师涛在长沙《当代商报》工作到2004年5月,此后成为自由记者和自由撰稿人。他是一位有出版作品的诗人,以在海外中文媒体如《民主论坛》上发表社会评论而知名,并为独立中文笔会会员。
    
    师涛被关押在湖南省赤山监狱。
    
    国际笔会抗议关押记者、诗人、异议作家师涛,并呼吁根据联合国的《世界人权宣言》第十九条立即无条件释放他。
    推荐行动
    
    请将呼吁书寄给中国当局:
    
    抗议关押记者、诗人、异议作家师涛,并呼吁根据联合国的《世界人权宣言》第十九条立即无条件释放他。
    
    也请写信给雅虎公司总裁特里.塞梅尔:
    
    
    表示震惊:雅虎公司似乎已经与中国政府检控记者、诗人、异议作家师涛合谋,而笔会认为他被关押仅仅是因他合法履行自己的职业;
    
    敦促雅虎公司重新审查其政策,以确保它们不对合法履行言论和信息自由权构成负面影响,而这种权利是国际人权标准尤其是《世界人权宣言》第十九条所保证的。
    
    
    中国政府地址:
    
    中华人民共和国北京市100032
    中华人民共和国国务院转国家主席胡锦涛阁下
    
    中华人民共和国北京市100020
    朝阳区朝阳门南大街10号司法部长张福森阁下
    
    请注意:给中国当局的传真号码已不再可用,你也许可以请所在国的中国外交代表来转送你的呼吁书。
    
    如果可能的话,请把呼吁书复印给你所在国的中国外交代表。
    
    
    雅虎公司总裁:
    Terry Semel
    Yahoo! Inc.
    701 First Avenue
    Sunnyvale
    California 94089
    USA
    Fax: +408 349 3301
    
    (注意:尽管这是与网络服务供应商
    (ISP)沟通,,我们建议你的呼吁书通过邮寄或电传,而不用电子邮件。雅虎公司的办公室每天可能收到数百封电子邮件,呼吁书大概会被删除。一封传统打印的信件可能更成功地到达收信人。)
    
    鼓励各笔会中心考虑将师涛作为荣誉会员。
    
    若需进一步的信息,请联络国际笔会狱中作家委员会的Sara Whyatt: 9/10 Charterhouse
    Buildings, Goswell Road, London EC1M 7AT, U.K. 电话:
    +44(0)207 253 3226, 传真: +44 (0)207 253 5711,
    电邮:[email protected]
    


(独立中文笔会狱中作家委员会翻译)
    
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    International PEN Writers In Prison Committee
    
    RAPID ACTION NETWORK
    14 September 2005
    Update #1 to RAN 18/05
    
    CHINA: Information supplied by Yahoo! Inc. used to convict
    journalist, poet and dissident writer Shi Tao.
    
    The Writers in Prison Committee of International PEN is
    alarmed by evidence that information supplied by the
    Internet Service Provider Yahoo! Inc. was used to convict
    journalist, poet and dissident writer Shi Tao. The
    prosecution of Shi Tao was based on an email Shi sent to
    the editor of a New York-based Website detailing media
    restrictions imposed by the Chinese authorities prior to
    the fifteenth anniversary of the 3 June 1989 crackdown on
    the pro-democracy protests. Shi Tao was sentenced on 27
    April 2005 to ten years in prison for "leaking state
    secrets abroad".
    
    The Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) gives the
    following account of Shi Tao's arrest and trial:
    
    'Officials from the Changsha security bureau detained Shi
    near his home in Taiyuan, Shanxi Province, on November 24,
    several months after he e-mailed notes detailing the
    propaganda ministry's instructions to the media about
    coverage of the anniversary of the crackdown at Tiananmen
    Square. Authorities confiscated his computer and other
    documents and warned his family to stay quiet about the
    matter.
    
    On December 14, authorities issued a formal arrest order,
    charging Shi with "leaking state secrets." On April 27,
    2005, the Changsha Intermediate People's Court found Shi
    guilty and sentenced him to a 10-year prison term.
    
    On June 2, the Hunan Province High People's Court rejected
    Shi's appeal without giving the journalist a hearing.'
    
    Shi's mother has applied for a review of the appeal hearing
    on the grounds that it did not comply with China's Criminal
    Procedures Law.
    
    Shi Tao admits to sending the email, but disputes that the
    document was a 'state secret'. The San Francisco-based Dui
    Hua Foundation, which advocates for the release of
    political prisoners in China, has translated into English
    the verdict of the Changsha Intermediate People's Court.
    According to this translation, the verdict reveals that
    Yahoo! Holdings (Hong Kong) Ltd provided Chinese police
    with detailed information that enabled them to link Shi's
    personal email account and the specific message containing
    the alleged 'state secret' to the IP address of his
    computer. Yahoo! has refused to offer any details beyond
    the following statement: 'Just like any other global
    company, Yahoo! must ensure that its local country sites
    must operate within the laws, regulations and customs of
    the country in which they are based." Yahoo! is not
    believed to be under any legal obligation to co-operate
    with the Chinese police.
    
    Shi Tao, aged 37, worked for the Changsha-based daily
    Dangdai Shang Bao (Contemporary Business News) until May
    2004, when he became a freelance journalist and writer. He
    is a published poet, and is known for his social
    commentaries published on overseas Chinese language media
    such as Democracy Forum (www.boxun.com). He is a member of
    the Independent Chinese PEN Centre.
    
    Shi Tao is held at the Chishan Prison, Postbox: 101, 413104
    Yuanjiang City, Hunan Province.
    
    International PEN protests the detention of journalist,
    poet and dissident writer Shi Tao, and calls for his
    immediate and unconditional release in accordance with
    Article 19 of the United Nations Universal Declaration of
    Human Rights.
    RECOMMENDED ACTIONS
    
    Please send appeals to the Chinese authorities:
    - Protesting the detention of journalist, poet and
    dissident writer Shi Tao and calling for his immediate and
    unconditional release in accordance with Article 19 of the
    United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
    
    Please also write to Terry Semel, Chairman of Yahoo!:
    - expressing alarm that Yahoo! appears to have been
    complicit in the Chinese government's prosecution of
    journalist, poet and dissident writer Shi Tao, who PEN
    considers to be detained solely for the legitimate practice
    of his profession;
    - urging Yahoo! to re-examine its policies to ensure that
    they do not have a negative impact on the legitimate
    practice of the right to freedom of expression and
    information, as guaranteed by international human rights
    standards, notably Article 19 of the Universal Declaration
    on Human Rights.
    
    Government addresses:
    His Excellency Hu Jintao
    President of the People's Republic of China
    State Council
    Beijing 100032
    P.R.China.
    
    His Excellency Zhang Fusen
    Minister of Justice
    10 Chaoyangmen Nandajie
    Chaoyang-qu
    Beijing-shi 100020
    P.R.China.
    
    Please note that fax numbers are no longer available for
    the Chinese authorities, so you may wish to ask the
    diplomatic representative for China in your country to
    forward your appeals.
    
    Please copy appeals to the diplomatic representative for
    China in your country if possible.
    
    Chairman of YAHOO!
    Terry Semel
    Yahoo! Inc.
    701 First Avenue
    Sunnyvale
    California 94089
    USA
    Fax: +408 349 3301
    
    (Note that, despite this being a communication with an
    Internet Service Provider (ISP), we recommend that your
    appeals be sent by mail or fax, not electronic mail. The
    offices of Yahoo! receive hundreds of emails daily and
    appeals are likely to be deleted. A traditional print
    letter may have more success in reaching the recipient.)
    
    Centres are encouraged to consider Shi Tao for honorary
    membership.
    
    
    For further information, please contact Cathy McCann at
    International PEN WiPC, 9/10 Charterhouse Buildings,
    Goswell Road, London EC1M 7AT, U.K. Tel: +44 (0)207 253
    3226, fax: +44 (0)207 253 5711, email: [email protected] (博讯记者:蔡楚) [博讯首发,欢迎转载,请注明出处](博讯 boxun.com)

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