【禁闻】微博辟谣封账户 到“假冒用户”

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【新唐人2011年8月31日讯】在中国,微博成为中国民众宣泄愤怒与不满的管道,最近不少微博账户被封,具影响力的网路人士账户还遭盗用及窜改,而且,各大网路媒体也联合成立了所谓“微博辟谣”。有学者认为,新浪微博这种行为违犯宪法,也有人认为,互联网、微博代表人类文明的进步,封杀它们,与人类文明进步相悖。

北京市网路管理办公室最近邀集千龙、新浪、搜狐、网易、凤凰等主要网站的总编辑,要求深入学习五部委联合下发的实施方案;市网管也提出,网站要进一步规范新闻传播秩序,杜绝所谓有害、虚假等不良讯息。

这是中共中央政治局委员、北京市委书记22号视察新浪、优酷网后,进一步强化网路监管的措施。

许多网友表示,只要有发表所谓敏感言论,或转发一些群体事件的照片、视频,就会被新浪微博封了账户,连通知都没有。

新疆微博网友胡军表示,经常遇到被遮罩的现象。

胡军“微博有时不封你账号,有一段时间你发不出东西了,它就停掉了,你写的东西你出不去了,遮罩掉了,你有敏感词,它直接就不动了。这种情况时常会发生。”

《美联社》对此评论,在中共传达网路企业要严管网路讯息后,新浪成立的“微博辟谣”,正努力箝制网上散布的“错误谣言”。台湾《中国时报》则认为,中共为避免北非和中东的民主潮席卷大陆,担心扮演抗议主角的社群网站抨击中共统治。

胡军认为,每个人都有自由表达的权利,就像人们自由呼吸空气一样。这是社会进步必须的。中共要引导舆论,是阻碍人类文明行为。

胡军:“通过微博、通过互联网传播、交流,这是推动人类文明进步的一个重要的发明工具。想用这种方法阻挠社会的文明和进步,让人感到中共体制的邪恶到了让人感到发指的地步了。”

从各大网路媒体的动作,也看到了中共当局这一大规模网路监管行动。

新浪执行长透露,新浪微博至少有一百名员工,廿四小时不停的轮流监看使用者的贴文内容;千龙网则表示,将透过已有的“黑板报”大力宣传各区县建设成就;搜狐负责人说,这一活动是反思媒体报导方式的机会;网易负责人则称,将成立监督小组,对网站互动产品进行监督并纳入员工考核。

资深媒体人北风在博客中发表了一篇题为《新浪配合“他们”作恶的明确证据》文章,声称他在新浪微博的账户7月25号被封,但现在还有一个盗用他名字的账号,并发表推翻共产党这样的藏头诗。北风认为,这是明显的栽赃嫁祸行为。

结石宝宝之父赵连海也表示,他发现了假冒他的账号,媒体人贾葭也表示他的账户遭到窜改。

对于这种现象,前雅虎中国总经理谢文认为,用户微博账户被盗,是属于犯罪行为。他不同意社会出乱子是由于有facebook,twitter,微博这样的平台引起的。

谢文:“只要社会矛盾存在,有没有这些东西,它早晚以这样的形式、那样的形式产生问题。现在有些官府方面的人希望甚至鼓吹像微博这样的东西严加控制、甚至取消,这个是一定要坚决反对的。”

前北京大学新闻学院副教授焦国标对此也认为,最近大连的PX几万人抗议就显示了微博的威力。

焦国标:“我们宪法什么规定都有,出版自由言论自由,游行集会的自由,实际上什么都没有,就像张文颖说的,就剩下坚持共产党领导兑现了,其他都没有宪法都没有兑现。立法的人毁坏他们自己的法律。”

新唐人记者常春、宋风、王明宇综合报导。

Sina Microblog Fakes Users
 
Microblog has become a channel where Chinese people can
express their anger and dissatisfaction.
But recently, several microblog accounts were closed and
some influential netizens’ accounts were even stolen.
Also, many Internet media even established the so-called
“Anti-Microblog Rumors Group."
Some scholars believe that such behavior of website Sina’s
Microblog is against the law.
Others believe that the Internet and Microblog indicate
progress in humanity and to ban them is against this trend.

The Beijing Internet Administration Office recently called on
chief editors from several major Internet media like Qianlong,
Sina, Sohu, Netease,Ifeng, etc, to study the executive
plans issued by the five ministries and commissions.
The office required that the Internet should be regulated
further on news dissemination,
to avoid harmful and untrue information.
 
This is another action to intensify internet control after
Beijing’s Communist Party (CCP) chief
visited the offices of Sina and Youku.
 
Many netizens said that
whenever they make some so-called sensitive comments,
or spread some pictures and videos of mass activities,
their microblog accounts are closed without any notice.
 
Xinjiang-based microblogger Hu Jun said that
he always has such problems.
Hu Jun said: “Sometimes the Microblog does not close your
account, but your messages will get stuck
when being sent out or filtered,
because they have sensitive words in them.
Things like this happen all the time."
 
The Associated Press commented that after the CCP
required media to intensify Internet censorship,
Sina formed the “Anti Microblog Rumors Group,"
which is blocking the “false speech."
The China Times in Taiwan believes that the CCP is afraid of
those group websites, which act the major roles in protests
and might strike CCP’s domination
and bring democratic waves like
those in North Africa and Middle East to China.
 
Hu Jun believes that everyone needs the freedom of speech
just like people have to breathe freely.
This is a must for social progress. But the CCP intends to
control the media and goes against the human civilization.
 
Hu Jun: “Microblog and Internet are two major inventions
to promote the progress of human civilization.
But the CCP tries to use them to stop the progress.
It makes people realize how evil the CCP is."
 
From the actions of the major internet media, people can
see the CCP’s extensive control of the Internet.
 
The chief executive of Sina revealed that over 100 staff in
Sina are monitoring the microblog messages 24 hours a day.
In turn, qianlong.com said that a major effort of advocating
the achievement of each area is under way;
Sohu said that this action is an opportunity to reflect on
news reporting; NetEase claimed to form a censorship group
to monitor online interaction and include censorship
into the evaluation of employees.
 
A senior media professional, Bei Feng, published an article
on his microblog, titled “Evidence of Sina’s Assistance to Evil"
and claimed that his account was closed on July 25 and
there is even a fake account which uses his name and
publishes verses on overthrowing the CCP.
Bei Feng believes he’s being framed.
 
Zhao Lianhai, an activist for children harmed during the 2008
Chinese milk scandal, said that there are persons misappropriating his account. Another media professional,
Jia Jia said that his account profile was also altered.
 
Xie Wen, the former president of Yahoo China,
said that to steal microblog accounts is illegal.
He disagrees that the current disorder in society results
from platforms like Facebook and Twitter.
 
Xie Wen: “As long as there are social conflicts,
problems are doomed to happen sooner or later.
Now some officials want to control or even abolish media
like microblog. These actions are undoubtedly wrong."
 
Jiao Guobiao, a former associate professor in Peking
University’s School of Journalism, also believes that
The recent mass protest of tens of thousands in Dalian
against a PX factory indicates the power of microblogging.
 
Jiao Guo: “Our constitution promises everything,
including freedom of press, speech, rally and demonstration,
but actually there’s none of that.

Just like what Zhang Wenying says, except for following the CCP’s lead, none of the constitution is realized.
Those who established the laws destroyed the laws."

NTD reporters Chang Chun, Song Feng and Wang Mingyu.

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