Nokia Networks (part of Nokia)
Member of UN Global Compact
Headquarters in Finland
Nokia Networks was a joint venture of Nokia and Siemens known as Nokia Siemens Networks until August 2013 when Nokia acquired Siemens' share of the company.
Vigeo Eiris upgrades scores for Amazon, Expedia & Microsoft following legal actions by companies against travel ban
Author: Vigeo Eiris France
"Vigeo Eiris issues a positive alert on three US companies taking legal actions against President's anti-immigration decree ("Muslim ban")", 3rd Februrary 2017...
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- Related companies: Alcatel (now Alcatel-Lucent) Alcatel-Lucent (part of Nokia) Alphabet Amazon.com Expedia France Telecom (now Orange) Google (part of Alphabet) Microsoft Millicom Nokia Networks (part of Nokia) Orange Telefónica Telenor TeliaSonera Vigeo Eiris Vodafone
Author: Privacy International
The President’s Men? Inside the Technical Research Department, the secret player in Egypt’s intelligence infrastructure, published 24 February 2016...
Myanmar: MCRB, IHRB & DIHR launch impact assessment of information, communications technology sector
Author: Myanmar Centre for Responsible Business, Institute for Human Rights and Business, Danish Institute for Human Rights
“As Technologies transform Myanmar, Online and Offline Human Rights Need Protection”, 24 Sept 2015...
Author: Global Network Initiative
« Des acteurs majeurs du secteur des télécommunications collaborent avec la GNI (Global Network Initiative) pour la défense de la liberté d'expression et du droit au respect de la vie privée », 12 mars 2015...
Author: Nokia Siemens Networks
The core of our approach is to identify cases with high risk of misuse before a sale takes place. We do this with the help of our human rights due diligence process, which is created according to the United Nations guiding principles on business and...
Author: Steve Stecklow & Melanie Lee, Reuters
The FBI has opened a criminal investigation into ZTE Corp's sale of banned U.S. computer equipment to Iran, a website reported, as the Chinese telecoms gear maker warned its first half net profit could fall as much as 80 percent. The federal...
Author: Ian Brown & Douwe Korff, Global Network Initiative
While states are responsible for protecting human rights online under international law, companies responsible for Internet infrastructure, products and services can play an important supporting role. Companies also have a legal and corporate social...
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- Related in-depth areas: Civil society recommendations to governments Freedom of expression Information & communications technology Privacy
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Author: Mark Dubowitz and Toby Dershowitz, Wall Street Journal
[T]he entire Iranian telecom and technology industry should be blacklisted and closed to foreign companies unless they can certify to the U.S. government that any sales of technology to Iran will facilitate Iranians' access to safe and open...
Author: Mark D. Wallace and Irwin Cotler, United Against Nuclear Iran in NJToday.net [USA]
[T]he United Nations’ Special Rapporteur on human rights, Ahmed Shaheed...documented Iran’s brutal record of persecuting religious and ethnic minorities within its borders...and decried Iran’s “dramatic” increase in executions...Iran has an abysmal...