The Ranking Digital Rights 2015 Corporate Accountability Index is now online!

The Ranking Digital Rights 2015 Corporate Accountability Index shines a needed spotlight on corporate practices around freedom of expression and privacy. We found that many of the world’s most powerful Internet and telecommunications companies fail to disclose key information about practices affecting users’ rights. Click here to watch the archived webcast of our launch event at Civic Hall in New […]

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Launching November 3rd in New York City! Join us online or in person.

Please join us on November 3rd at 10am U.S. Eastern time for the launch of the inaugural Ranking Digital Rights Corporate Accountability Index! Click here to RSVP for the event at Civic Hall in New York City – or watch the live webcast and join the conversation through social media. The Ranking Digital Rights Corporate Accountability Index ranks 16 of the world’s most powerful Internet […]

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2015 Corporate Accountability Index: On track for November release!

Building on two years of research, consultation, and testing, we are excited to announce that research is now in full swing for the 2015 Corporate Accountability Index. The Index, to be unveiled in early November, will evaluate 16 telecommunication and Internet companies headquartered around the world on 31 indicators examining policies and disclosures affecting users’ freedom of expression and privacy. […]

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2015 Corporate Accountability Index

On November 3rd 2015, the Ranking Digital Rights project will launch the first annual Corporate Accountability Index. (Click here for more details on how to join us in person or online!) The index will rank 16 of the world’s largest Internet and telecommunications companies according to 31 indicators focused on corporate disclosure of commitments, policies and practices that […]

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Shuttleworth Foundation Flash Grant

Last month I received an e-mail out of the blue from the Shuttleworth Foundation, informing me that one of their fellows had nominated me for a “flash grant” of $5000. The only string attached is to “tell us and the world what you have done with the money.” I have applied this flash grant to support […]

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