Business Code of Conduct ? A company code of conduct (or code of ethics) is a company document in which it sets out a set of principles that it commits itself to follow, or requires its employees and/or subcontractors to follow.
Global Network Initiative ? Membership in the Global Network Initiative, an alliance that helps companies respect freedom of expression and privacy rights when faced with government pressure to hand over user data, remove content, or restrict communications.
Human Rights Policy ? Company policy describing its approach and commitment to human rights
UN Global Compact ? Membership in the United Nations Global Compact, a voluntary initiative based on CEO commitments to implement universal sustainability principles and to take steps to support UN goals.
Transparency reporting ? Publishes transparency reports, as listed in Access Now's Transparency Reporting Index.
KnowTheChain ICT 2020? KnowTheChain is a resource for companies and investors to understand and address forced labour risks within their global supply chains.
Digital Inclusion Benchmark 2020? A ranking of 100 influential technology companies on four areas of digital inclusion: enhancing universal access to digital technologies; improving all levels of digital skills; fostering trustworthy use by mitigating risks and harms; innovating openly, inclusively, and ethically. (Benchmark uses a 0-2 point scoring system, adjusted here to show percentage score.)
CHRB 2019? The 2019 Corporate Human Rights Benchmark assesses 200 of the largest publicly traded companies in the world on a set of human rights indicators.
RDR Corporate Accountability Index 2019? The 2019 Ranking Digital Rights Corporate Accountability Index evaluated 24 of the world’s most powerful digital platforms and telecommunications companies on their disclosed policies and practices affecting people’s rights to freedom of expression and privacy.
RDR Corporate Accountability Index 2020? The 2020 Ranking Digital Rights Corporate Accountability Index evaluated 26 of the world’s most powerful digital platforms and telecommunications companies on their disclosed policies and practices affecting people’s rights to freedom of expression and privacy.
CHRB 2020? The 2020 Corporate Human Rights Benchmark assesses the human rights disclosures of 230 global companies across five sectors identified as presenting a high risk of negative human rights impacts.
Samsung has been referenced in news articles and reports on our website.
Unternehmens-Nennungen (Artikel, Berichte, Meldungen usw.)
Company mentions (Articles, reports, news etc.) in disputed regions
Company headquarters in disputed regions
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