After nearly two decades in the dark, Facebook releases its human rights policy
Facebook released a long-overdue human rights policy outlining commitments across all of its products and services — but the policy’s impact largely depends on leadership’s yet-to-be-seen investment in its implementation.
Four years to a first draft: slow progress toward treaty to bind companies
The U.N. Human Rights Council has published the first official draft of a legally binding treaty on business and human rights. It’s a huge achievement, but there is still work to do.
Digital Rights 102: Highlighting the issues affecting Canadians
Technology is changing our relationship to privacy and other human rights. In the lead-up to RightsCon Toronto, we look at issues that Canadians are now facing.
Tech workers of the world, unite for human rights!
More tech workers in the U.S. are challenging company leadership to respect human rights. Will the new energy last?