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17 March 2016

NetApp Slavery and Human Trafficking Statement

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Company response
30 January 2014

Response by NetApp: Efforts to encourage companies to adopt a SB-657 statement disclosing the efforts they are making to eradicate human trafficking and slavery from their supply chains pursuant to the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act (SB...

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Article
25 April 2012

Protests over the Bahrain Grand Prix 2012

Author: compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited the following companies, teams and organizations to respond to…[human rights] concerns about the race. Below are the responses we have received, and an indication of which companies and organizations...

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Company non-response
18 April 2012

NetApp did not respond to: Concerns raised by NGOs about Formula One and its teams ahead of the Bahrain Grand Prix, given the human rights situation in the country.

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Article
17 April 2012

[PDF] Press Release - Bahrain Grand Prix: Only 29% of Formula One companies respond to human rights concerns

Author: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Only 29% of firms linked to Formula One responded to Business & Human Rights Resource Centre about human rights concerns that various organizations raised relating to the Bahrain Grand Prix, scheduled for 20-22 April. Forty two companies or teams...

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Article
20 March 2012

'Dark trade' in Web-censoring tools exposed by Pakistan plan

Author: Elinor Mills, CNET

For years, Silicon Valley companies have quietly conducted a lucrative trade selling software and equipment to countries that restrict dissent over the Internet. But the recent dust-up involving an Internet filtering plan by Pakistan has turned the...

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Article
24 January 2012

Human Rights First & OWNI Digital Journalism articles on surveillance technology & oppressive regimes

Author: Meg Roggensack and Betsy Walters, Human Rights First, OWNI Digital Journalism; reponses compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

In November 2011, Human Rights First published a blog entitled "Excuses, excuses: Surveillance Technology and Oppressive Regimes", alleging that companies providing surveillance technology to oppressive regimes in the Middle East contribute to human...

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Company response
7 December 2011

Response by NetApp: Human Rights First says companies providing surveillance technology to oppressive regimes in the Middle East contribute to human rights abuses.

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Article
18 November 2011

H-P Computers Underpin Syria Surveillance

Author: Vernon Silver, Bloomberg

Hewlett-Packard equipment worth more than $500,000 has been installed in computer rooms in Syria, underpinning a surveillance system being built to monitor e-mails and Internet use, according to documents from the deal and a person familiar with the...

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3 November 2011

Syria Crackdown Aided by U.S.-Europe Spy Gear

Author: Ben Elgin, Vernon Silver, Bloomberg

As Syria’s crackdown on protests has claimed more than 3,000 lives since March, Italian technicians...have been busy equipping President Bashar al-Assad’s regime with the power to intercept, scan and catalog virtually every e-mail that flows through...

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