House Hearing on Internet in China

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Timothy M. O'Brien
Feb. 19, 2006 06:20 PM
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The hearing was chaired by Jim Leach (R-IA), and I believe that the committee was the House Subcommittee on International Relations (East Asia and Pacific). Regardless of where you stand on the issue, you have to admit that this is one of those interesting questions that involves an intersection of technology, economics, and government. If you are interested in watching this hearing for yourself here are the links to C-SPAN. Note: These links require Real to be registered for the rtsp format:
  • House Hearing on Internet in China, Part 1 (realplayer)
    In Washington, DC, Chairman Representative Jim Leach (R-IA) and Chairman Representative Chris Smith (R-NJ) hold a hearing on the internet in China.
    2/15/2006: WASHINGTON, DC: 3 hr. 30 min.
  • House Hearing on Internet in China, Part 2 (realplayer)
    In Washington, DC, Chairman Representative Jim Leach (R-IA) and Chairman Representative Chris Smith (R-NJ) hold a hearing on the internet in China.
    2/15/2006: WASHINGTON, DC: 3 hr. 45 min.

Timothy M. O'Brien is a developer and entrepreneur living in Chicago, IL. He spends his days programming in Java, Python, and Ruby.