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19 February 2019

Occupied Palestinian territory: Report claims tech giants & Israeli telecommunication cos. are limiting digital rights; Twitter & Facebook respond

Author: 7amleh - The Arab Center for the Advancement of Social Media

"Connection Interrupted: Israel’s Control of the Palestinian ICT Infrastructure and Its Impact on Digital Rights", Dec 2018...

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19 February 2019

Pelephone (part of Bezeq) did not respond

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18 February 2019

Occupied Palestinian territory: Report claims tech giants & Israeli telecommunication cos. are limiting digital rights; Twitter & Facebook respond

7amleh -  The Arab Center for the Advancement of Social Media - published a report claiming that Israeli telecommunications service providers were operating in Israeli settlements in the West Bank contrary to international law and called on these...

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17 May 2015

Pelephone did not respond

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9 May 2015

Israeli cellular companies reportedly built antenna towers in an illegal settlement in the Palestinian Occupied territories

A recent article by +972 Magazine reported that three major cellular companies in Israel, Orange, Cellcom, and Pelephone, built antenna towers in the illegal West Bank settlement outpost of Migron. Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited O...

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1 June 2013

[PDF] Free Speech and Freedom of Association: Finding the Balance - A Position Paper

Author: Intl. Trade Union Confederation

[Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Delta Air Lines and Deutsche Telekom to respond to this paper; see responses below.] The fundamental right to freedom of association guarantees that workers are able to form and join trade unions...

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4 January 2013

Israel's National Labor Court tells employers: Don't interfere with unions

Author: Haim Bior, Haaretz [Israel]

In a major development in the law on workers' rights to unionize, the National Labor Court has ruled that employers cannot interfere, directly or indirectly, with employees' initial attempts to organize. Wednesday's ruling came in a complaint filed by...

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