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20 January 2020

Dating app Grindr shares personal data with ad tech services in violation of EU data protection law, complaint alleges

Author: Natasha Singer and Aaron Krolik, The New York Times

"Grindr and OkCupid Spread Personal Details, Study Says", 13 Jan 2020...

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20 January 2020

EU law forbids governments from forcing private companies to engage in surveillance, according to legal opinion from advocate general

Author: Mohamed Elmaazi, The Canary

"EU law forbids governments compelling private companies to engage in mass surveillance, says EU advocate general", 16 Jan 2020...

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20 January 2020
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Author: AFP et Le Parisien (France)

« Microsoft vise une empreinte carbone négative en 2030 », 17 janvier 2020...

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17 January 2020

Microsoft pledges to remove more carbon than it produces by 2030

Author: Jay Green, Washington Post

Microsoft... announced plans to remove more carbon than it emits by [2030]... “The scientific consensus is clear. The world today is confronted with an urgent carbon crisis,” Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella said... “Each of us is going to need...

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13 January 2020
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Author: ComunicaRSE

“Nuevas demandas contra la industria tecnológica por la minería de Cobalto”, 13 de enero de 2020...

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8 January 2020

France: Former executives of France Telecom (now Orange) sentenced to jail for "moral harassment" after wave of employee suicides

Author: Angelique Chrisafis, Guardian (UK)

Former executives at France Télécom have been given prison sentences and fines after being found guilty of "institutional harassment" and creating a culture of routine workplace bullying that sparked a number of suicides at the company....

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7 January 2020

So. Africa: Africa’s largest mobile operator & UK security company face allegations of supporting terrorist organizations

Author: Tanishaa Nadkar & Mfuneko Toyana, Reuters

‘MTN reviewing allegations after being named in U.S. complaint’...

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7 January 2020

China: Toxic trails from metal production harms health of poor communities amid soaring global demand for gadgets

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7 January 2020
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Author: Simon Hurtz, Süddeutsche Zeitung

"Wie Google sein Gewissen verlor", 3. Januar 2020...

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7 January 2020
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Author: 华盛顿邮报

[此中文翻译由企业责任资源中心提供]...

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