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Topic - Shi Tao
HONG KONG (AP) — China should not punish people for expressing their political views on the Internet, Yahoo Inc. said yesterday, a day after the mother of a Chinese reporter announced she was suing the U.S. company for helping officials imprison her son.
Mr. Shi was writing for the financial publication Contemporary Business News when he circulated an e-mail with his notes about a government circular about media restrictions.