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7 January 2016

AT&T calls on other multinationals to improve conditions for global LGBT workforce

Author: Cynthia Marshall, AT&T, on Huffington Post Blog

"A Call For All Global Companies To Come Out For LGBT Inclusion", 5 Jan 2016...

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30 November 2015

A who's who among the COP21 commitments

Author: Elsa Wenzel, GreenBiz

Among hundreds of corporations backing COP21 climate actions, few are trekking to Paris, instead backing blockbuster commitments or coalitions to represent them…Here are some of the bulkiest groups…Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is teaming up with...

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19 November 2015

USA: Corporate Equality Index scores show improvement of measures taken by companies for LGBT workers

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16 November 2015
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Author: Digital Report

Ведущие мировые ИТ-компании неудовлетворительно защищают конфиденциальность пользователей и свободу выражения, согласно наиболее исчерпывающему на сегодня исследованию корпоративных пользовательских соглашений. Об этом пишет британская газета The...

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13 November 2015
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Author: Delphine Cuny, L'Obs et Rue 89 (France)

« Google protégerait mieux vos « droits numériques » que Facebook », 4 novembre 2015...

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12 October 2015

Open for Business initiative promotes positive business & economic case for equality

Open For Business is a coalition of global companies making the case that inclusive, diverse societies are better for business and better for economic growth. The purpose of the coalition is to promote a positive business and economic case for...

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12 October 2015

Report by a coalition of companies makes business case for LGBT inclusion

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9 October 2015

Access reviews telco company responses to its "Am I Being Tracked?" report

Author: Peter Micek and Deji Olukotun, Access

"Zombie cookies rise again as telcos respond to our report on tracking headers", 9 Oct 2015...

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6 October 2015

12 companies join Human Rights Campaign in push for gay rights beyond US & Western Europe

Author: Ken Sweet, AAP (Australia)

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18 September 2015

Cricket response to Access report on mobile tracking headers

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Cricket (part of AT&T) to respond to the report by Access: "The Rise of Mobile Tracking Headers: How Telcos Around the World Are Threatening Your Privacy".  Cricket sent the following response:...

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