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15 March 2007

Privacy bodies back Google step

Author: BBC News

Privacy bodies have welcomed Google's decision to anonymise personal data it receives from users' web searches...after 18 to 24 months. "This is an extremely positive development," said Ari Schwartz, deputy director of the Center for Democracy and...

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9 February 2007

To bust child-porn rings, larger role sought for Internet service providers [USA]

Author: Ron Scherer, Christian Science Monitor [USA]

To halt the child-porn scourge, law-enforcement officials…say such vigilance [is required]…[by] Internet service providers (ISPs), such as America Online, Verizon, or Time Warner, to root out people selling, trading, or displaying illegal pornographic...

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28 November 2006

Can Corporations Save The World?

Author: Carlye Adler, Forbes

...can the once lofty and intellectual idea that businesses can save the world become a reality?...Tom Borelli, senior fellow at the National Center for Public Policy Research, says companies are ill equipped to tackle the world's problems...Many argue...

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21 September 2006

Credit Card Companies Pledge Help in Fighting Child Pornography [USA]

Author: John Files, New York Times

Executives from credit card companies, including Visa, MasterCard and American Express, told a Congressional panel Thursday that they were determined to eliminate the use of their services in the Internet child pornography business. But they also...

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27 June 2006

Internet Firms to Step Up Child-Porn Fight [USA]

Author: Los Angeles Times

Five leading Internet service providers will jointly build a database of child-pornography images and develop other tools to help network operators and law enforcement better prevent distribution of the images. The companies are set to pledge a total...

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28 May 2006

Yahoo Won't Stop Complying with Internet Censorship in China

Author: Aaron Glantz, OneWorld US

Executives at Yahoo's annual shareholders meeting Thursday turned down a request from the human rights group Amnesty International, which is demanding the world's most visited Web site stop censoring the Internet and referring dissidents to the Chinese...

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1 January 2005

4th Annual Review of Corporate Responsibility argues selling & marketing to poor consumers may not help reduce poverty or address basic needs

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1 January 2005

[PDF] 2004 Lifeworth Annual Review of Corporate Responsibility

Author: Jem Bendell, Mark Bendell, Kate Kearins, Kate Ives & Wayne Visser,

Particular issues under the spotlight included activism, climate change, human rights, corruption, globalisation, standardization, sustainability reporting and taxation. [refers to Caterpillar, Minera Escondida (part of BHP Billiton), AMP Group, Co...

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6 November 2004

Ethical guide shows how to shop with a clear conscience [UK]

Author: Maxine Frith, Independent [UK]

The Rough Guide to Ethical Shopping names and shames the worst offenders and recommends the best places to spend with an easy conscience. [includes reference to Nike; Gap; French Connection; Top Shop and Bhs (owned by Arcadia); Next; Ted Baker;...

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1 February 2004

[PDF] KPMG and the media CSR [Corporate Social Responsibility] forum - Key CSR issues for the media industry

Author: KPMG

The Media CSR Forum is made up of media oganisations committed to furthering corporate social responsibility in the sector. It includes many of the UK’s leading media groups. [members include: BBC, AOL (part of Time Warner), Sky [British Sky...

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