Today's more important news I read about rights-related issue back home is:
The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) urges Taiwan's National Police Agency to stop asking media personnel for information about protestors at recent public demonstrations. Read it here, November 19, 2008 Call for Taiwan Police to Stop Pressuring Media for Protest Information
Another earlier statement concerning Taiwan's recent police violence on November 05, 2008 IFJ Condemns Police Attack on Documentary Maker in Taiwan
read the entire text here, http://www.ocot.tw/blog/archives/915
Hopefully, the fear for harressment by police agencies during Taiwan's Martial Law era will not return to haunt us.