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Access Now sends digital rights demands to tech and telco firms

In April and June 2016, Access Now wrote to the heads of 16 technology and telecommunications firms outlining specific steps they can take to improve their disclosures about the policy and practices they use to safeguard digital rights. 

The letters drew on the companies' positions within the Ranking Digital Rights "Corporate Accountability Index".  Access Now tailored its recommendations for each company, asking them to ensure they encrypt wherever possible, report wherever meaningful, and provide remedy whenever necessary.

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre also invited the companies to respond.  Access Now's letters, the company responses and non-responses - and follow-up by Access Now are below.

Letters and responses / non-responses:

America Movil: letter - has not responded

AT&T: letter - response 

Axiata: letter - response

Bharti Airtel: letter - has not responded

Etisalat: letter - has not responded

Google: letter - response

Facebook: letter - response

Kakao: letter - response

Mail.Ru: letter - response

Microsoft: letter - response

MTN: letter - response

Orange: letter - response

Tencent: letter - has not responded

Twitter: letter - response

Vodafone: letter - response

Yahoo!: letter - response

Respostas da empresa

Vodafone Ver resposta
Axiata Ver resposta
Mail.ru Ver resposta
Orange Ver resposta
Kakao Corp Ver resposta
Bharti Airtel

Sem resposta

Tencent

Sem resposta

Etisalat

Sem resposta

América Movil

Sem resposta

Microsoft Ver resposta
Yahoo! (part of Verizon) Ver resposta
Google (part of Alphabet) Ver resposta
Facebook Ver resposta
Twitter Ver resposta

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