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Li Zhi (dissident)

Li Zhi (Congressional-Executive Commission on China describes him as a political prisoner.[1] It is alleged that part of the evidence against him, namely details of his e-mail account, was provided by the Hong Kong subsidiary of the Internet company Yahoo! to the Chinese authorities.


  • Other cases 1
  • See also 2
  • External links 3
  • References 4

Other cases

Other cases involving political prisoners in the People's Republic of China where information had been provided by Yahoo! are Shi Tao, Jiang Lijun, and Wang Xiaoning.

See also

External links

  • Dissident jailed 'after Yahoo handed evidence to police' Times online article about Li Zhi
  • Man jailed for posting critical comment online Sydney Morning Herald article about Li Zhi


  1. ^ Congressional-Executive Commission on China, Political Prisoner Database: Li Zhi.

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