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27 May 2019
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Author: O Estado de S.Paulo (Brazil)

“Loja Três diz que desconhece os fatos apontados e que principal acusada se afastou voluntariamente da empresa”, 21 de maio de 2019...

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26 May 2019
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Author: Servindi

“Rechazan archivo de informe sobre derrames en Oleoducto Norperuano”, 23 de mayo de 2019...

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18 May 2019

Myanmar: Twitter suspends account of top military general over hate speech

Author: Paul Eckert, Radio Free Asia

"Twitter Suspends Account of Top Myanmar General Over Hate Speech", 16 May 2019...

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10 May 2019

Report says Ethiopia's garment factory workers lowest paid among major garment-producing countries globally

In recent years, Ethiopia has launched a bold economic and social experiment by inviting the global garment industry to set up shop in the East African country. The New York University Stern Center for Business and Human Rights team researched the...

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7 May 2019

Facebook bans six people for violating its policies against dangerous individuals

Author: Casey Newton, The Verge

"Facebook bans Alex Jones and Laura Loomer for violating its policies against dangerous individuals," 2 May 2019...

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30 April 2019

TrialWatch app by Microsoft & CFJ uses artificial intelligence to simplify trial documentation

Author: Jeremy Kaplan, Digital Trends (USA)

"George Clooney and Microsoft’s TrialWatch hopes to put a spotlight on injustice", 25 Apr 2019...

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29 April 2019

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights urges states to adopt "smart mix" of measures to regulate new technologies to address human rights impacts

Author: Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights

"'Smart mix' of measures needed to regulate new technologies - Bachelet," 24 April 2019...

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24 April 2019

Ireland: Migrant fishing workers gain new immigration rights; move comes after union took Govt. to court for allegedly facilitating modern slavery

Migrants working on Irish fishing trawlers are to be given new immigration rights to protect them from trafficking and modern slavery. Under the deal agreed between the Irish government and the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF), non-EEA...

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22 April 2019

USA: Experts Say U.S. Steel factory near Pittsburgh violating health standards; incl. company response

Following a factory fire in December 2018, pollution alerts have gone out to communities in Clairton near two US Steel plants near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Allegheny county (where Clairton is located) has some of the worst air quality in the United...

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15 April 2019

Tech industry criticised for racial bias in hiring & application of AI technology

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