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9 January 2018

Commentary: How businesses are managing human rights in 2018

Author: Aude Ucla, Jaweon Kim, Roberta Pinamonti, Rosa Kusbiantoro & Chris Fletcher, BSR

"Surveying the human rights landscape: how businesses are managing human rights in 2018," 8 January 2018...

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8 January 2018

China: Privacy worries increase among internet users, as Tencent denies storing WeChat records, Alibaba’s Ant Financial apologises for opting in users for credit scoring system

"Tencent Holdings, whose WeChat messaging app has more than 1 billion users worldwide, said it does not store any user chat histories, after Chinese automotive industry tycoon Li Shufu reportedly slammed the company for invading user privacy. "..."Ant...

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5 January 2018

Potential impact of five technology trends on human rights & business in 2018

Author: Karlin Lillington, The Irish Times

"Privacy and security will be the big tech stories of 2018", 4 Jan 2018...

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22 December 2017

UAE: International Centre for Justice and Human Rights calls on UN to investigate corporate accountability for human rights abuses

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19 December 2017

China: Tech companies showcase how new advances can identify and track citizens at World Internet Conference

Author: Paul Mozur, New York Times (USA)

"Inside China’s Big Tech Conference, New Ways to Track Citizens", 18 Dec 2017...

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19 December 2017

Companies hired surveillance firms to spy on campaign groups, leaked documents show

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18 December 2017
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Author: El Diario (España)

“Empresas de vigilancia espiaron a activistas por encargo de multinacionales”, 12 de diciembre de 2017...

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13 December 2017
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11 December 2017

Report alleges Elbit Systems' subsidiary sold spyware used by Ethiopia govt. to spy on dissidents; company comments

A report by University of Toronto’s Munk School of Global Affairs' Citizen Lab alleges that Elbit System's subsidiary sold spyware used to spy on dissidents by Ethiopian govt. The company responded that it only sells surveillance products to law...

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11 December 2017

Report claims Elbit System's subdiary sold spyware used to target Ethiopian dissidents

Author: The Citizen Lab (Munk School of Global Affairs), Canada

"Champing at the Cyberbit Ethiopian Dissidents Targeted with New Commercial Spyware"...

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