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Updating the Resource Centre Digital Platform

The Business & Human Rights Resource Centre is at a critical point in its development. Our digital platform is home to a wealth of information on business and human rights, but hasn’t had a visual refresh for a number of years.

We will soon be updating the site to improve its usability and better serve the thousands of people that use our site to support their work.

Please take an advance peek at our new look, and let us know what you think!

Thank you,
Alex Guy, Digital Officer

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BlackBerry was known as Research in Motion until January 2013.  For all items about the company prior to that date, see the Research in Motion section of our site.

 

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11 June 2018

Facebook says it has data-sharing partnerships with four Chinese electronics companies, which raises concern over users' privacy

"Facebook has data-sharing partnerships with at least four Chinese electronics companies, including a manufacturing giant that has a close relationship with China’s government, the social media company said on Tuesday. The agreements, which date to at...

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15 November 2016

Amnesty Intl's digital privacy assessment on 11 companies' messaging apps ranks Facebook & Apple top & Tencent last

“Amnesty International…conducted a privacy assessment of the most popular messaging apps in the world...Facebook and Apple scored the highest for having the best security. China-based Tencent came in last, with Blackberry and Snapchat also bringing up...

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21 October 2016
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Author: Amnisitía Internacional España

“Snapchat y Skype, entre las aplicaciones que no protegen la intimidad de los usuarios”, 21 de Octubre de 2016...

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20 October 2016

Full report: For Your Eyes Only? Ranking 11 technology companies on encryption & human rights

Author: Amnesty International

Encryption helps protect people’s human rights online. By rendering digital data unintelligible, encryption helps ensure that private information sent over the internet stays private. It also allows people to access and operate in safe online spaces...

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29 November 2015

Pakistan: BlackBerry leaves following government backdoor demands

Author: Ashley Carman, The Verge

BlackBerry is pulling out of Pakistan entirely next year, saying it won't sell devices or services there because the government has demanded access to BlackBerry Enterprise Service emails and BBM chats. Pakistan issued a shutdown order on BlackBerry...

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20 August 2015
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Author: Laurent Essolomwa, Agence d'information d'Afrique centrale

"Exploitation minière artisanale : "plus de transparence, moins de contrebande et d'intimidation"", 20 août 2015...

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14 May 2015

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Author: Helen Burley, Friends of the Earth

"Mind your step: The land and water footprints of everyday products", May 2015...

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12 November 2014
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Author: Radio Okapi (Rép. dém. du Congo)

"La RDC produit des minerais sans lien avec les conflits armés, selon une ministre néerlandaise", 12 novembre 2014...

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10 September 2014

Reflections from Intel & Blackberry on pursing conflict-free supply chains

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5 September 2014

Case studies

Author: ITU & UNICEF

This platform hosts a variety of case studies providing detailed information on policies, best practices, as well as other actions and processes that the broader ICT Industry has implemented to ensure that children enjoy the benefits of the digital...

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