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18 July 2018

Verisk Maplecroft Human Rights Outlook 2018 highlights modern slavery risks arising from automation & attacks on defenders as key challenges

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16 July 2018

China: New phone with retractable camera reveals automatic activation of camera feature in certain applications raising concerns about monitoring

Author: Oiwan Lam, Global Voices (Netherlands)

"Chinese mobile phone cameras are not-so-secretly recording users’ activities", 9 Jul 2018...

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16 July 2018

China: Whistleblower sentenced to prison after reporting industrial pollution by three companies, despite authorities confirming his accusations were true

Author: Qian Jinghua, Sixth Tone (China)

"Environmental Whistleblower Gets Prison Sentence", 12 Jul 2018...

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16 July 2018

Commentary: Govt. strategies on AI fail to adequately address human rights risks

Author: Emre Eren Korkmaz, OpenGlobalRights

"Without binding rules, AI guidelines are just wishful thinking", 27 June 2018...

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15 July 2018

Laos: Chinese-owned paper mill's foul smell causes sickness & vomiting among locals

Author: Radio Free Asia

"Paper Mill Asks For Time to Deal With Pollution in Laos' Savannakhet Province", 10 July 2018...

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10 July 2018

Ecuador: Indigenous leaders resist rights abuses by business through legal empowerment

Author: Juan Auz, Open Global Rights (UK)

"Legal empowerment allows indigenous Ecuadoreans to fight multinationals", 05 Jul 2018...

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9 July 2018

China: Three doctors accused of wrongly diagnosing hundreds of workers with pneumoconiosis detained for 7 months; lawyers for the doctors deny malpractice

Author: Alice Yan, South China Morning Post (Hong Kong)

"Chinese doctors accused of wrongly diagnosing hundreds of workers with black lung disease", 23 Jun 2018...

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9 July 2018

Commentary: Human rights have been peripheral in debate on impacts of artificial intelligence, despite significant added value

Author: Christiaan van Veen & Corinne Cath, Data & Society

"Artificial Intelligence: What’s Human Rights Got To Do With It?", 14 May 2018...

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4 July 2018

Commentary: Litigation against ConocoPhillips over Bohai Bay oil spill reveals barriers to obtaining justice for victims of pollution

Author: Feng Hao, Chinadialogue.net (China)

"Bohai legacy highlights weakness in China’s marine law", 26 June 2018...

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27 June 2018
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Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Zwangsarbeit, Kinderarbeit, Diskriminierung, Hungerlöhne, unsichere Arbeitsbedingungen, Drohungen und andere Menschenrechtsverletzungen in den globalen Lieferketten von Unternehmen sind ausführlich dokumentiert... Lieferketten sind komplex,...

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