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4 April 2014
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Article
3 April 2014
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Auteur: Privacy International

"New global coalition urges governments to keep surveillance technologies in check"...

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Article
17 March 2014
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Auteur: Compiled by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

[Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited Ahava, Groupe Forrest Intl, Vale to respond. Groupe Forrest & Vale responses provided. Ahava did not respond] In March 2014, the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) issued a briefing...

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Article
23 February 2014
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Auteur: Libya Herald

The Libyan National Council for Civil Liberties and Human Rights (NCCLHR) has set a precedent in the Maghreb by being the first North African human rights organisation to adopt the UN Guiding Principles for business and human rights (UNGP)...The NCCLHR...

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Histoire
20 February 2014
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Procès
18 February 2014
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Auteur: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Pour une version française de ce profil, cliquez ici. Amesys (a subsidiary of Bull) is accused in an ongoing criminal case of complicity with human rights abuses by the Gaddafi government in Libya by providing it surveillance equipment.  Two organizat...

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Article
20 December 2013
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Auteur: Business & Human Rights Resource Centre

Welcome to the 11th issue of the Corporate Legal Accountability Quarterly Bulletin. To assist all those following corporate legal accountability issues, we send this bulletin to highlight key developments, new cases profiled on our site, updates to...

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Article
10 December 2013
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Article
4 December 2013
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Auteur: Maplecroft

Over the last six years, the world has witnessed a 70% rise in the number of countries posing an ‘extreme risk’ to the human rights of their populations, according to the annual Human Rights Risk Atlas, released by risk analysis company Maplecroft,...

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Article
4 December 2013

Le gouvernement veut contrôler l’exportation des logiciels de surveillance [France]

Auteur: Gilbert Kallenborn, 01net (France)

Fini le business en toute liberté avec les dictatures. Le gouvernement veut mettre de l’ordre dans les exportations des technologies d’interception de données, comme les proposent des sociétés françaises telles que Qosmos ou Amesys [filiale de Bull]...

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