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Business and Human Rights: Censorship in China

Author: Amnesty International USA, Published on: 27 January 2006

In China, Amnesty International is concerned that in their pursuit of new and lucrative markets, foreign corporations may be directly or indirectly contributing to human rights violations or at the very least failing to give adequate consideration to the human rights implications of their investments. Of particular concern are abuses of the right to freedom of expression and information. More recently concerns tied to privacy issues have also arisen. [refers to Cisco Systems, Nortel Networks, Sun Microsystems, Microsoft, Websense, Google, Yahoo]

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Related companies: Cisco Systems Google (part of Alphabet) Microsoft Nortel Networks Sun Microsystems Websense Yahoo! (part of Verizon)