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Author: compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre
Global Network Initiative, a coalition of Internet companies, human rights NGOs and others, agreed to new guidelines in October 2008 "to respond to government censorship and threats to privacy"... [Links to media coverage & responses. Refers to...
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Author: Professor Adrian Henriques
This paper has been prepared for UNICEF as a background briefing paper for the Third World Congress against the Sexual Exploitation of Children [SEC] and Adolescents…The purpose of this paper is to describe the potential of CSR to address SEC, based on...
Author: Adrian Henriques, prepared for UNICEF, for Third World Congress Against Sexual Exploitation of Children and Adolescents
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Author: Mark E. Hecht, on behalf of ECPAT International as a contribution to the World Congress III against Sexual Exploitation of Children and Adolescents
The private sector is involved in commercial sexual exploitation of children...At minimum, four sub-sectors within the realm of private enterprise have habitually been associated with CSEC...This report will examine each of the sub-sectors of the...
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Author: Jeffrey Rosen, The New York Times [USA]
Today the Web might seem like a free-speech panacea…But…the ultimate power to decide who has an opportunity to be heard, and what we may say, lies increasingly with…Internet companies like Google, Yahoo, AOL [part of Time Warner], Facebook and even...
Author: Sarah Labowitz, Human Rights First [USA]
…We can't rely on a vision of benevolent governments and benevolent users to get us to a place where companies respect fundamental freedoms in a transparent and accountable way…Entrusting a small group of people within a company to make the right...