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21 April 2009

[DOC] Fujitsu response re: SACOM-WEED report alleging rights violations at Excelsior Electronics [part of PC Partner] factory

Author: Fujitsu Technology Solutions

…Fujitsu...has always taken its responsibility for society and individuals’ well-being very seriously…That is why Fujitsu …has always supported the work of SACOM and similar organizations with the sincere effort to improve human labor conditions…we...

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1 April 2009

Fujitsu Siemens Computers does not take responsibility for labor rights violations in their supply chain in China

Author: SACOM (Hong Kong) and WEED (Germany)

... following the release of "The Dark Side of Cyberspace Report" in December 2008…On March 24, 2009, top-level management from Compeq, Compal Electronics, Dell and SACOM met…SACOM was impressed by these stakeholders’ strong commitment to continuously...

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16 December 2008

Human Rights Group Condemns Computer Manufacturers [China]

Author: Hannes Koch, Der Speigel [Germany]

… Sacom…interviewed workers…at two computer parts suppliers in…Guandong. According to Sacom and…Weed, the results are alarming. "Working hours total up to 370 hours per month," Sacom researcher Jenny Chan said…Excelsior Electronics [part of PC Partner...

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10 December 2008

CEO Statement - List of companies

Author: UN Global Compact

The chief executives of the following 245 companies have expressed interest in signing the statement: 4C Strategies, A. Raymond, A.Z. Industries, AB Volvo Group, ABIMIP, Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (TAQA), Adecco Japan, Adetel Group, Adriatica,...

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1 December 2008

China: NGOs criticise Excelsior Electronics and buyer Fujitsu Siemens for weak responses to report of factory labour abuses

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1 December 2008

[PDF] "Dark Side of Cyberspace: Inside the Sweatshops of China's Computer Hardware Production"

Author: SACOM (Hong Kong) and WEED (Germany)

...The study is based on 45 interviews conducted with employees of two suppliers of well-known computer companies. It paints an alarming picture of the working conditions in this industry.In the cases of...Compeq Technology (supplier of Dell, Lenovo,...

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25 June 2008

Company scores plummet in Greener Electronics Guide

Author: Greenpeace

With expanded and tougher criteria on toxic chemicals, electronic waste and new criteria on climate change only Sony and Sony Ericsson score more than 5/10 in our latest Guide to Greener Electronics. Nintendo and Microsoft remain rooted to the bottom...

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1 June 2008
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Author: Greenpeace

L’objectif de ce guide est d’offrir un outil aux gens pour éclairer leurs choix de consommation mais aussi de faire émerger une demande forte de produits électroniques économes en énergie, exempts de substances dangereuses, qui pourront ensuite être...

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1 June 2008
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5 March 2008

CeBIT talks green, but the industry has some way to go says Greenpeace Survey

Author: Greenpeace International

The Sony Vaio TZ11 notebook, the Sony Ericsson T650i mobile phone and the Sony Ericsson P1i PDA come out on top in Greenpeace's "Searching for Greener Electronics" survey, released today at CeBIT. But, the race for a green electronic product has not...

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