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For the first time, major international websites devoted to human rights, such as those of Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch, were freely accessible on computer screens across the city.
English speakers were able to see and read articles with headlines such as "Chinese authorities' broken promises threaten Olympic legacy". The Amnesty site also showed Chinese prisoners apparently at a sentencing rally before being executed.
Citing information received anonymously from hotels stating that officials will be monitoring all of their guests, US Senators as well as security experts are urging all travelers to encrypt their data and telling journalists to use clean computers and equipment to protect themselves as well as their sources.