House Plans Hearing on Yahoo and Shi Tao Case

From the House Committee on Foreign Affairs: Committee Asks Yahoo! Executives to Testify About False Information Given to Congress in China Human Rights Case Washington, D.C. – The House Foreign Affairs Committee today asked top officials of Yahoo! Inc. to testify at a hearing on how the Internet company gave false information to Congress about its role in a human rights case in China that sent a journalist to jail for a decade. Committee Chairman Tom Lantos has asked Yahoo! Chief Executive Officer Jerry Yang and the company’s senior vice president and general counsel, Michael Callahan, to appear at a […]

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