Business & Human Rights

  • FP: New Report Exposes Brutal Methods of Russia’s Wagner Group

    June 17, 2020

    According to a report in Foreign Policy, a network of private military security operatives, led by Yevgeny Prigozhin, serves as the tip of the spear in Russia’s global influence efforts with almost no accountability.

  • New Company to Judge Who is Funding Racism and Hate

    June 17, 2020

    Former NGO advertising watchdog Sleeping Giants has created Check My Ads, a consulting firm that aims to help marketers identify whether their ad budgets are inadvertently funding hate speech, conspiracy, and disinformation.

  • WaPo: Twitter Combats Chinese Propaganda Operations

    June 14, 2020

    In an attempt to combat false narratives from the Communist Party of China on Twitter, the social media company deleted nearly 170,000 accounts related to Chinese propaganda operations.

  • Alan Raul in The Hill: Who's Balancing Privacy Against Public Health and Everything Else?

    June 14, 2020

    In a recent article in The Hill, Alan Raul suggests that, in order to establish thoughtful and effective policy on privacy and data protection, the administration should set up a digital privacy bureau within the Executive Office of the President with a clear leader on the issue.

  • Kadomtsev: Have Social Media Companies Become the New "Arbiters of Truth"?

    June 10, 2020

    Writing in Modern Diplomacy, Andrei Kadomtsev opines that, as, during the COVID-19 pandemic, multinational media platforms, such as Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter, exhibited the capacity to check the spread of false information, fake news, and panic rumors, politicians, policymakers and activists are now calling for these companies to aggressively fight against other "content harmful to society."

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