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Concerns that satellite firms Intelsat & Eutelsat could be implicated in rights abuses after they return to operate in Iran
Author: Joel Schectman, Wall Street Journal (USA)
Satellite companies Intelsat and Eutelsat Communications are trying to win back business with Iran’s state-run broadcaster, after U.S. authorities allowed the companies to re-enter the country, WSJ reported. But human rights groups say Iran’s...
Author: Shirin Ebadi & Hadi Ghaemi, publised in Wall Street Journal Europe
European companies, particularly satellite providers, continue to provide services to Tehran despite its comprehensive assault on free expression and free access to information...Iran leads the world in illegal jamming of international satellite...
Intelsat did not respond to: Human rights activists criticise satellite providers for enabling broadcasts of coerced confessions.
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Author: Edward Iwata, USA Today
As donations pour in at a record pace, U.S. industries, charities and celebrities are using marketing creativity, high-tech know-how and business smarts to raise cash and goods for tsunami aid. [refers to Intelsat, HP (Hewlett-Packard), MTV, Amazon.com...
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