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Durbin, Coburn Continue to Press Tech Companies on Human Rights Code of Conduct

Author: E News Park Forest, Published on: 7 August 2009

Assistant Senate Majority Leader Dick Durbin (D-IL) and Senator Tom Coburn (R-OK) sent a letter today to 26 tech companies, urging them to join a voluntary code of conduct known as the Global Network Initiative (GNI) [on freedom of expression, privacy]…Today’s letter was sent to the CEOs of…: 3Com, Acer, Apple, AT&T, Cisco, Dell, eBay, Facebook, Fortinet, Hewlett-Packard, Juniper, Lenovo, McAfee, Motorola, MySpace, Nokia, Nokia-Siemens, Siemens, Skype, Sprint Nextel, Symantec, Toshiba, Twitter, Verizon, Vodaphone, and Websense...Human Rights and Law Subcommittee staff met with each of these companies to discuss the code of conduct, except for three companies that refused to meet: 3Com, Fortinet, and Websense.

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Related companies: Acer Apple AT&T Cisco Systems Dell eBay Facebook Fortinet HP (Hewlett-Packard) Juniper Networks Lenovo Motorola MySpace.com (part of Specific Media) Nokia Nokia Networks (part of Nokia) Siemens Skype (part of Microsoft) Sprint Symantec Toshiba Twitter Verizon Vodafone Websense