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Orange was a subsidiary of France Telecom from 2000 until Jul 2013, when all of France Telecom was renamed Orange.
Author: Emmanuel Atcha, La Tribune Afrique (Maroc)
Télécoms : après Orange, le Niger sévit contre Airtel...
Access Now urges action by 22 internet, mobile & telco cos., based on 2018 Corporate Accountability Index
Author: Access Now
In September 2018, Access Now wrote to the heads of 22 internet, mobile and telecommunications companies, outlining specific steps they can take to improve their disclosures about the policy and practices they use to safeguard digital rights. The le...
- Related in-depth areas: Technology and Human Rights: Digital Freedom
- Related companies: América Movil Apple AT&T Axiata Baidu Bharti Airtel Etisalat Facebook Google (part of Alphabet) Kakao Corp Mail.ru Microsoft MTN Oath Inc (formerly Yahoo! & AOL (part of Verizon)) Ooredoo Orange Samsung Telefónica Tencent Twitter Vodafone Yandex
France: New report examines whether Duty of Vigilance law incentivises co's to improve human rights reporting
Author: Michelle Langlois, Shift Project, Ltd
"Human Rights Reporting in France: A Baseline for Assessing the Impact of the Duty of Vigilance Law", Sep 2018...
Global Network Initiative report details human rights impacts of internet shutdowns & recommends involving businesses in advocacy against disruptions
Author: Jan Rydzak, Global Network Initiative
Since 2011, network disruptions and large-scale network shutdowns have become a widespread tool of information control. Governments in at least four continents (Africa, Asia, Europe, and South America) have shut down connectivity or social media... ...
Commentary: Tech companies can contribute to violations of freedom of expression & privacy by complying with govt. user data requests
Author: Isabel Laura Ebert, OpenGlobalRights
"The corporations' dilemma: navigating government access to information," 16 Aug 2018...