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Telecommunications Industry Dialogue releases annual report 2015

Author: Telecommunications Industry Dialogue, Published on: 13 June 2016

"Telecommunications Industry Dialoge Annual Report 2015," May 2016

…the Industry Dialogue is a set of Guiding Principles, which explore[s] the interaction and boundaries between a government’s duty to protect human rights and the corporate responsibility of telecommunications companies to respect human rights… they set out a number of measures that companies can take to minimize negative impacts on freedom of expression and privacy, including creating policies and processes to evaluate and handle government requests… conducting human rights impact assessments and using due diligence processes to identify and mitigate risks to these rights, and examining options for implementing relevant grievance mechanism[s]…

[refers to Telecommunications Industry Dialogue members AT&T, Millicom, Nokia, Orange, Telefonica, Telenor Group, Telia Company, Vodafone Group]

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Related companies: Alcatel-Lucent (part of Nokia) AT&T Millicom Nokia Orange Telefónica Telenor Telia Vodafone