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Companies that cooperate with dictatorships must be sanctioned
2011-09-06
Reporters without Borders
Reporters Without Borders condemns the criminal cooperation that exists between many western companies, especially those operating in the new technology area, and authoritarian regimes.
US and European companies jointly responsible for Internet censorship
2009-06-24
Reporters without Borders
Reporters Without Borders has called for the need for legislation to allow US and European Internet companies operating in repressive countries to escape rules imposed on them by these governments.

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Companies that cooperate with dictatorships must be sanctioned
Sources News Release
Article
2011
Reporters without Borders
Reporters Without Borders condemns the criminal cooperation that exists between many western companies, especially those operating in the new technology area, and authoritarian regimes.
DuPont May Dodge Toxic Lawsuits By Pulling a Disappearing Act
Lerner, Sharon
Article
2016
The Intercept
First DuPont spun off much of its environmental liability into a new company known as Chemours. Now the company plans to merge with Dow.
The Empire Strikes Back
Murray, Craig
Article
2016
www.craigmurray.org.uk
If you argue a case strongly on the internet you must expect to receive robust argument back. Plus the odd insult. There has been plenty of both in reaction to my posts about corporate media control o...
Google: don't expect privacy when sending to Gmail
Rushe, Dominic
Article
2013
Guardian Weekly
People sending email to any of Google's 425 million Gmail users have no "reasonable expectation" that their communications are confidential, the internet giant has said in a court filing.
Guardian gagged from reporting parliament
Article
2009
Today's published Commons order papers contain a question to be answered by a minister later this week. The Guardian is prevented from identifying the MP who has asked the question, what the question ...
How the Trafigura story came to be told
Article
2009
Gag defeated by press, web users and MPs.
Monsanto vs. Vernon Bowman's Farm
The Fiction of Intellectual Property
Knapp, Thomas L.
Article
2013
CounterPunch
Monsanto’s entire case against Vernon Bowman — as with Percy Schmeiser — is that their profits will be negatively affected if they’e not empowered to dictate what Vernon Bowman does on his own land an...
Other Voices: The Connexions Newsletter - April 9, 2016
Corporate Crime
Diemer, Ulli (ed.)
Serial Publication (Periodical)
2016
Connexions
Corporations have increasingly become legally unaccountable for their behaviour. Yet all too often corporations break the law and engage in criminals acts which would be severely punished if they were...
Rick Berman Exposed in New Audio; Hear His Tactics Against Environmentalists and Workers' Rights
Graves, Lisa
Article
2014
PR Watch
Rick Berman, the king of corporate front groups and propaganda, has been caught on tape detailing his attacks on public interest groups in the labor and environmental movements. Berman specializes in ...
Romania faces $2.56bn claim for failed gold mine
Tickell, Oliver
Article
2015
The Ecologist
Canadian mining company Gabriel Resources is seeking over $2.5 billion damages from Romania after it rejected a vast gold mine at Rosia Montana.
Trafigura gag attempt unites house in protest
Article
2009
Efforts by the law firm Carter-Ruck to stop reporting of a Commons question about Trafigura have outraged MPs on all sides.
US and European companies jointly responsible for Internet censorship
Sources News Release
Article
2009
Reporters without Borders
Reporters Without Borders has called for the need for legislation to allow US and European Internet companies operating in repressive countries to escape rules imposed on them by these governments.
Volkswagen and the Quandary of Hidden Code
Blunden, Bill
Article
2015
CounterPunch
After Volkswagen's emissions-rigging scandal, Blunden states that this company is not the only one engaging in the practice of secretly modifying technology. Rather, systematic hidden codes are embedd...
Will El Salvador be forced to pay $301 million for valuing clean water over gold?
Labrador, Gabriel
Article
2015
Equal Times
The Central American state of El Salvador could be forced to pay US$301 million in damages to an Australian-Canadian mining company, OceanaGold, after the company's application for a mining license wa...

Government Ministries & Agencies

Canada Industrial Relations Board
CIRB's mandate is to contribute to and promote effective industrial relations in any work, undertaking or business that falls within the authority of the Parliament of Canada.
Competition Tribunal
The Tribunal is a specialized tribunal that combines expertise in economics and business with expertise in law. It hears and decides all applications made under Parts VII.1 and VIII of the Competition...


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