Business & Human Rights

  • Advertising Giants Agree to Evaluate Mutual Definition of Hate Speech

    July 20, 2020

    The Global Alliance for Responsible Media (GARM), which includes advertising giants and big tech companies, is evaluating whether it is possible to develop an industry-wide standard, but non-binding, definition of what constitutes "hate speech."

  • U.S. Warns Firms About Sanctions for Work on Russian Pipelines

    July 20, 2020

    U.S. Secretary of State Pompeo announced that sanctions will be placed on firms working on the installation of the Russian pipeline Nord Stream 2, calling the project  “the Kremlin's key tool to exploit and expand European dependence on Russian energy supplies” that “ultimately undermine transatlantic security.”

  • Davis: Ignore China's Bullying on Huawei 5G Decisions

    July 15, 2020

    In response to the comment of Beijing's Ambassador to the UK that Britain would "bear the consequences" of not using Huawei's 5G technology, former Tory Cabinet Minister David Davis explains that bullying is a regular part of the Chinese government's playbook.

  • BBC: UK Prepares to Change Course on 5G Kit Supplier Huawei

    July 15, 2020

    UK ministers have decided, just six months after agreeing that Huawei would have a limited role, that the Chinese company will be excluded in the future, with no new 5G equipment installed from next year.

  • Social Media Giants Block Requests on Hong Kong User Data

    July 08, 2020

    After the rollout of new "national security" laws prohibiting the expression of views that Beijing views as secessionist, subversive, terrorist in nature, or as foreign intervention in the territory's internal affairs, social media platforms and messaging apps, including Facebook, WhatsApp, Telegram, Google and Twitter, are denying law enforcement requests for user data in Hong Kong.

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