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4 April 2020

Commentary: Transparency reports are one of the best ways for companies to share their actions to respect human rights

Author: Isedua Oribhabor & Peter Micek, Access Now

"The what, why, and who of transparency reporting," 2 April 2020...

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1 April 2020

COVID Action Platform brings together over 200 corporate leaders in response to pandemic

Author: Marguerite Ward, Business Insider (USA)

The World Economic Forum and the World Health Organization are launching an emergency coronavirus task force of 200 business leaders — including execs from Alphabet and KPMG, 11 March 2020...

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26 March 2020

Former Unilever CEO calls for greater public-private cooperation amid COVID-19 outbreak, dubbing it an “acid test” for stakeholder capitalism

Author: Terry Slavin, Ethical Corporation

“Paul Polman: “Coronavirus is an acid test for stakeholder capitalism”, 20 March 2020...

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24 March 2020
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Author: iPhone Note

« Apple s'oppose à la nouvelle norme américaine contre la communauté LGBTQ », 12 mars 2020...

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23 March 2020

Govt. use of surveillance tools to trace movements of coronavirus patients raises privacy concerns

Author: Natasha Singer & Choe Sang-Hun, New York Times

"As Coronavirus surveillance escalates, personal privacy plummets," 23 March 2020...

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20 March 2020

Access Now calls for Zoom to release a transparency report; incl. company comments

Author: Jay Peters, The Verge

"Advocacy group calls for Zoom to release a transparency report," 19 Mar 2020...

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19 March 2020
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17 March 2020

USA: Google, Apple, Amazon & 40 other companies sign open letter opposing anti-LGBTQ legislation

Author: Erin Carson, CNET

"Google, Apple, Amazon and others sign open letter opposing anti-LGBTQ legislation", 12 March 2020...

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16 March 2020

Twitter releases policy banning dehumanizing speech on platform

In September 2018, Twitter announced a new policy banning dehumanizing speech on the social media platform. The company's policy is "You may not dehumanize anyone based on membership in an identifiable group, as this speech can lead to offline harm."...

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16 March 2020

USA: Companies release a signed letter calling on legislators to abandon anti-LGBTQ legislation

Author: Freedom for All Americans

"Business Statement on Anti-LGBTQ State Legislation", 11 March 2020...

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