【禁闻】封网抓人 世界互联网大会成笑话?

【新唐人2014年11月21日讯】中共在浙江乌镇召开首届“世界互联网大会”,3天会议期间,当地开放脸书、推特等国外社交网站,却屏蔽了数千家国内网站,并且删贴抓人,会议首日就有7名维权人士因在会场外拉横幅,要求保障互联网自由而被抓捕。有被捕的维权人士表示,“世界互联网大会”在中国召开,本身就是一个大笑话。

11月19号至21号,首届“世界互联网大会”在大陆浙江嘉兴市乌镇召开。陆媒称,这次大会有1000多人参加,会议的主题是“在合作基础上,建立和平安全开放的网络空间”,口号是“互联互通,共享共治”。

英国广播公司《BBC》报导说,从19号凌晨起,中共当局在会场内,暂时解除了对脸书和推特、YouTube等境外社交网站的屏蔽。报导说,这一“网络特权”,只有登记成为乌镇专用的无线网路iWifi-Wuzhen,并用手机号注册才能享有。

就在会议当天,中共抓捕了来自中国各地的7名维权人士。杨秀琼、王晶、张继新等人因在会场外举著写有“互联网自由不容侵犯、释放网络入狱人士、保障互联网自由 停止打压维权信息传播”、“China open Google、Facbook、Twitter、Youtube、64tianwang and other Internet”等字样的横幅,被警方带走。

20号刚被释放的吉林维权人士王晶告诉《新唐人》,19号他们7人被抓后,她吞食戒指抗议,被关了一晚,20号早上被放了出来。

吉林维权人士王晶:“当时就是我们7个人关在一个所谓的世界互联网大会工作组临时借用的八一部队的一个住处,给我做笔录的一个警察,我就问他,带我们来这里做什么?他说我们举横幅了。我们不是呼吁互联网自由嘛,说我们扰乱社会治安了。”

王晶表示,她们都是长期被中共在网络上打压的民众,“世界互联网大会”在中国召开,她认为简直就是一个天大的笑话。

同样刚被释放的吉林维权人士张继新说,作为互联网的公敌,中共根本没有资格来开这样的一个会议。

吉林维权人士张继新: “因为和世界接轨、世界同步的话,你首先就得舆论自由,言论自由,但是我们不知道它们实际做的是什么,我们昨天没有(做)什么啊,就把我们抓了,不给我们水喝,在那冰冷的屋子里控制我们那么长时间。”

张继新认为,所谓的“世界互联网大会”,叫“世界封网大会”、“删贴抓人大会”比较合适。

《六四天网》负责人黄琦:“中国互联网从诞生到现在为止,前后有上万民众因为发布人权、民主、反腐败的相关信息,而遭到了抓捕、劳教、关押、恐吓等等,可以说这一路走来,一个目的,就是真正促使我们国家实现网络自由和新闻自由。”

在这次会议召开前,中共当局在没有说明原因的情况下,屏蔽了数千家网站。《美国之音》18号说,全球最大的内容分发网站之一EdgeCast在中国被屏蔽。一直以来,EdgeCast向在中国的数千家网站和app提供云服务。

此外,大陆论坛和微博也遭到严格管制,有关大会的负面消息都被删除;被戏称“防火墙之父”的方滨兴在大会的发言内容,被网友张贴在微博后,批评和贴文很快被删。

人权组织“国际特赦”的中国事务研究员威廉•尼(William Nee)指出,中共的网络模式是镇压的模式,将监控推向了极致。他担心北京将互联网监管规则推广成全球网络监管模式。

时政评论员古春秋表示,中共希望利用“互联网大会”往脸上贴金,来掩盖其专制独裁者的本性,向国际证明它还在世界的潮流中没有被淘汰。

时政评论员古春秋:“互联网本身它就是一个自由精神的产物,而这个自由本身就是和中共的本性是相对立的, 它想推行这种模式本身也是希望它这种邪恶的统治受到世界的认同,你想一想它这种邪恶的统治,世界怎么可能认同它?”

古春秋认为,互联网自由是不可能屈服于专制的。

采访编辑/李韵 后制/萧宇

China’s World Internet Conference Becomes a Joke.

China’s three-day World Internet Conference was just held
in Wuzhen.

Zhejiang, Facebook, Twitter and other Western
social media sites were opened.

However, thousands of domestic websites were blocked,
sensitive information deleted, and some netizens arrested.

On the first day of the meeting, seven protesters holding
banners outside the venue were arrested.

They were requesting internet freedom in China.

The protesters said that the conference
held in China is a big joke.

The first World Internet Conference was from Nov. 19 to 21.

China’s media claimed that over 1,000 people
attended the meeting.

The main topic is “constructing a peaceful, safe, open, and
cooperative cyberspace.”

The slogan is “an interconnected world shared
and governed by all.”

BBC Chinese website reported that on Nov. 19, China opened
Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and other Western social media.

The report said this privilege was opened only for users who
registered with their mobile phone number on iWifi-Wuzhen.

Seven people were arrested on the first day
of the meeting for protesting.

They held banners outside the venue, saying “Internet
freedom is inviolable, release internet activists, protect
internet freedom, stop suppressing information of
human rights defence”, and

“China, open Google, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube,
64tianwang and other Internet!”

Wang Jing, one of the protesters was released on Nov. 20,
and spoke to NTD Television.

She said that seven of them were arrested on Nov. 19.

Wang swallowed a ring to protest. She was held for a day,
then was released next morning.

Wang Jing: “We were held in a place that was used for the
World Internet Conference work-team.

It was borrowed from an army residence.

I asked a police who interviewed me why I was taken there?
He said because we displayed banners.

Doesn’t the meeting claim internet freedom?
They said I disturbed the social order.”

Wang Jing said that they are netizens having been suppressed
for a long time.

She said the World Internet Conference held in China
was just a big joke.

Zhang Jixin, another protester who was just released
said that being an enemy of the internet, the Chinese
Communist Party (CCP) isn’t qualified to be holding
such a meeting.

Zhang Jixin, “If one wants to connect with the world,
and wants to walk the same pace, one must open up the
freedom of public opinion and freedom of expression.

However, we don’t know what the CCP has done in reality,
we didn’t do anything wrong yesterday but were arrested.

They didn’t give us water to drink during detention,
they held us in a chilled room for a long time.”

Zhang said that the World Internet Conference should be
renamed to “World Internet Block Conference” or “Deleting
Messages and Arresting People Conference”.

Huang Qi, founder of website 64tianwang, “Since the Chinese
internet started, over 10,000 netizens were arrested.

They were sent to labor camps, detained, or threatened for
publishing on human rights, democracy and anti-corruption.

Those people only have one purpose, which is to push China
to a real freedom of internet and freedom of publication.

English reference:

Before the conference started, the CCP blocked several
thousand websites without an explanation.

The VOA reported on Nov. 18 that, EdgeCast, one of the
biggest content delivery networks was blocked in China.

EdgeCast provides services to thousands of websites
and apps cloud in China.

In addition, China’s forums and Weibo microblog
were tightly controlled.

Any negative news about the conference was deleted.

Fang Binxing’s mocking speech as “Great Firewall Father”,
was posted on Weibo by netizens.

Their criticisms and its contents were quickly deleted.

William Nee, China researcher at Amnesty International
says “China’s internet model is one of extreme control and
suppression.” He worried that Beijing could push it to a
global model.

Gu Chunqiu, current affairs commentator says the CCP
wants to use the conference to paint a good image.

It’s to cover up its dictatorial nature, and wants to prove it
hasn’t been eliminated in this era.

Gu Chunqiu, “The internet itself is a product of
the spirit of freedom.

It is opposite to the nature of the CCP.

The CCP wants to promote its Internet model, so
it hopes its evil control can be admitted in the world.

Think about its evil control, how could it be possible?

Gu Chunqiu stresses that freedom of internet is
impossible to succumb to tyranny.

Interview & Edit/LiYun Post-Production/XiaoYu

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