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Access Now asks for at least one improvement from 24 internet, mobile & telco companies, based on 2019 Corporate Accountability Index
In October 2019, Access Now wrote to the leaders of 24 internet, mobile and telecommunications companies asking for at least one timely and achievable improvement, a recommendation based on what Access Now sees as the most acute issues facing at-risk ...
US and Chinese tech giants are investing in Africa's digital infrastructure to avoid internet censorship from authoritarian regimes
Author: Clarissa Herrmann, Deutsche Welle
"Who brings the internet to Africa's remote regions?", 28 May 2019....
Ranking Digital Rights 2019 index finds tech companies 'still failing' to curb abuse on privacy and free expression
Author: 16/05/19 - Laura Reed, Research and Engagement Manager at Ranking Digital Rights
The Ranking Digital Rights 2019 Corporate Accountability Index out today highlights the need for strong corporate governance around human rights.
"Social media access restored in Zimbabwe by court order", 22 January 2019...
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
Facebook is part of an industry-wide problem: lack of transparency about policies affecting users’ online rights
Author: Rebecca MacKinnon, Director, Ranking Digital Rights
Author: Li Tao & Andrew Barclay, South China Morning Post (Hong Kong)
"Tencent denies storing WeChat records after Chinese billionaire reportedly questions monitoring", 2 January 2018...
Author: Silas Apollo, Daily Nation (Kenya)
"Raila Odinga drags Safaricom into poll dispute"...
Weekly Update - 5 April 2017: 22 telecommunications, internet & mobile companies ranked on digital rights
Our run down of this week's top stories and breaking news about business & human rights. Includes company responses, the latest jobs; and events announcements. READ THE FULL UPDATE Archive of past Weekly Updates since 2005 Weekly update sign-up
2017 Corporate Accountability Index evaluates 22 companies on their commitments to freedom of expression & privacy
Author: Ranking Digital Rights
"Ranking Digital Rights Corporate Accountability Index", 23 Mar 2017...