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Headquarters in France
Orange was a subsidiary of France Telecom from 2000 until Jul 2013, when all of France Telecom was renamed Orange.
7 telecommunications companies join Global Networks Initiative expanding global protection of freedom of expression & privacy rights
Author: Global Networks Initiative
"Global Network Initiative Adds Seven Companies in Milestone Expansion of Freedom of Expression and Privacy Initiative"...
2017 Corporate Accountability Index evaluates 22 companies on their commitments to freedom of expression & privacy
Author: Ranking Digital Rights
"Ranking Digital Rights Corporate Accountability Index", 23 Mar 2017...
Cameroon: Access Now & local civil society urge telecommunications companies to restore internet access
Following government-ordered internet shutdowns targeting Anglophone regions of the country, Access Now and local NGOs urged telecommunications companies to restore internet access. We invited Orange, MTN and Nexttel/Viettel to respond. Orange's...
Author: Orange (France)
The answer provided to Access Now since the shutdown is still active, under a clear demand from the Cameroon Telecom Ministry and Presidency:“Our Group operates in Cameroon through a subsidiary Orange Cameroun which complies with the local legislation...
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- This is a response from the following companies: Orange
Author: Charles Kazony, Fraternité Matin (Côte d'Ivoire)
"Développement : Deux villages bénéficient d’infrastructures socio-économiques de base", 5 mars 2017...
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Vigeo Eiris releases new study assessing how 3000 companies worldwide address four key areas of human rights
The human rights responsibilities of business in a changing world - 23 February 2017...