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10 June 2010
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作者: Justine Nolan, deputy director of Australian Human Rights Centre, University of New South Wales, in Sydney Morning Herald

As Bhopal and Foxconn show, multinationals can evade responsibility.Twenty-five years [ago]...a deadly gas leak from Union Carbide's [now part of Dow] factory in Bhopal, India, killed more than 3000 people...Which company should be liable? Union...

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24 November 2010
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12 July 2011
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30 August 2011
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作者: Paul Sonne & Margaret Coker, Wall Street Journal

...[A]gents working for Moammar Gadhafi...[spied] on emails and chat messages with the help of technology Libya acquired from the West. The recently abandoned [surveillance] room is lined with posters and...manuals stamped with the name Amesys, a unit...

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26 October 2011
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作者: Steve Stecklow, Farnaz Fassihi & Loretta Chao, Wall Street Journal [USA]

During 2009's demonstrations…Huawei carried out government orders on behalf of its client, MTN Irancell…to suspend text messaging and block the Internet phone service…In…2009, Siemens disclosed that its joint venture with Nokia, NSN, had provided Iran...

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22 March 2012
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作者: Steve Stechlow, Reuters

A Chinese telecommunications equipment company has sold Iran's largest telecom firm a powerful surveillance system capable of monitoring landline, mobile and internet communications, interviews and contract documents show. The system was part of a.....

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25 April 2012
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作者: Jonathan Stempel, Reuters

Eight New York residents who accused the Chinese government and Baidu...of censoring their pro-democracy writings...asked a U.S. judge for a $17.44 million default judgment. The plaintiffs had contended in a lawsuit filed last May that China and Baidu,...

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3 July 2012
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30 November 2012
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5 February 2013
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作者: Access

New mechanisms to censor websites and filter mobile communications could come online in Pakistan, possibly within 60 days, according to government officials in the country and activists on the ground...[Sana] Saleem [of BoloBhi]...[has] called out...

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