Ethical firms back internet freedom of expression


SHAREHOLDER clout is being harnessed to pressure companies into respecting the human rights of internet users who live under repressive regimes. The effort follows allegations that a number of companies are not doing enough to prevent their technology being used to abuse human rights. In response, 25 ethical investment firms from the US, Canada, Europe and Australia signed a statement on 7 November affirming their commitment to freedom of expression on the internet. “As investors and research analysts, we recognise that our investment decisions have an impact on human rights around the world,
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