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9 December 2016

USA: Corporate Equality Index scores record number of companies full marks for having inclusive policies for LGBT workers

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19 May 2015

Reform Government Surveillance

Author: AOL, Apple, Facebook, Google, LinkedIn, Microsoft, Twitter, Yahoo!

The undersigned companies believe that it is time for the world’s governments to address the practices and laws regulating government surveillance of individuals and access to their information. While the undersigned companies understand that...

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3 March 2015

Vigeo analyses technology companies' dilemma between legal responsibilities & protection of users’ privacy

Author: Driss Lembachar & Luciana Busian, Vigeo

"ICTs under scrutiny for breaching user privacy", 01 Mar 2015...

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16 July 2014

Interview with Michael Samway, founder of Yahoo!'s business & human rights programme

"The Internet, Human Rights, and the Private Sector: An Interview with Michael A. Samway", Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, Dec 2013...

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5 March 2014

Blog: "Information technology - the power and responsibility of business"

Author: Annabel Short, Program Director, Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

This week human rights experts, business people and government representatives are gathered at RightsCon in California to discuss the links between human rights and the tech industry – the immense potential of technology to help realize human rights,...

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9 December 2013

Twitter, Facebook and more demand sweeping changes to US surveillance

Author: Dan Roberts & Jemima Kiss, Guardian (UK)

In their most concerted response yet to disclosures by the National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden, Apple, Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Yahoo, LinkedIn, Twitter and AOL have published an open letter to Barack Obama and Congress on Monday...

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28 August 2013
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28 August 2013

French prosecutor investigates U.S. Prism spying scheme

Author: Reuters

The Paris prosecutor's office said on Wednesday it had launched a preliminary investigation into the U.S. National Security Agency's Prism surveillance program after French rights groups complained it was snooping on citizens' emails and phone calls.....

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Company non-response
10 July 2013

AOL did not respond to: Human Rights First writes to tech firms named in context of US Govt. "PRISM" programme.

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28 June 2013

Google says it paid TOO MUCH tax, wants $83.5m refund [USA]

Author: Neil McAllister, Register (UK)

Google…says it has…overpaid $83.5m in tax – and it's suing the US Internal Revenue Service to get it back. The dispute dates back to 2004...Its other options exhausted, Google is now taking its case to the US Tax Court…This is certainly not the first...

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