Member of UN Global Compact
Headquarters in USA
Author: Steven Musil, CNET
[Refers to financial & equipment donations by Dell, Microsoft, Cisco. Also refers to links to relief charities from websites of Amazon.com, Google, Yahoo!, eBay]
Author: United Nations Global Compact Office
This note outlines the preliminary information that the Global Compact Office has been able to gather thus far on the magnitude and type of the business response to the [tsunami] disaster. [refers to DHL, SAS, Compass Group, Tata, Newmont, Sanofi...
Author: Alison Maitland, Financial Times
Skype, the fast-growing internet communications company that belongs to Ebay, has admitted that its partner in China has filtered text messages, defending this compliance with censorship laws as the only way to do business in the country. In a...
Author: PCPro [UK]
Skype [part of eBay] has admitted that its partner in China has filtered text messages, but claims that compliance with local censorship laws is a necessary evil if it is to continue operating in the world's most populous country. Niklas Zennström,...
[PDF] full report: "The State of the Workplace for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Americans 2005-2006"
Author: Human Rights Campaign
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Author: Chang Ching-hsi, Taipei Times
[T]he Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is now "globalizing" its clampdown on human rights...First, the CCP...entice[s] the international community to help it suppress human rights. Companies such as Yahoo, Google, Microsoft and Skype [part of eBay] have...
Author: Human Rights Watch
Some companies not only respond to instructions and pressures from Chinese authorities to censor their materials, they actively engage in self-censorship by using their technology to predict and then censor the material they believe the Chinese...