GNI has announced a two-year collaboration with the Telecommunications Industry Dialogue on Freedom of Expression and Privacy and we are now looking for a facilitator for the work of the Telecommunications Industry Dialogue.
The Global Network Initiative is pleased to announce a two-year collaboration with a group of eight global companies that belong to the Telecommunications Industry Dialogue on Freedom of Expression and Privacy.
The Global Network Initiative is pleased to announce that Websense, a global provider of web, data, and email security, will become the fifth company to join GNI. Websense joins four other GNI company members, Google, Microsoft, Yahoo!, and Evoca.
The Global Network Initiative (GNI) is inviting a limited number of companies who are actively considering joining GNI and interested in learning more about its approach to advancing privacy and freedom of expression to apply for observer status. Companies who are granted observer status will have the opportunity to learn how GNI’s Principles are implemented and see more closely how the organization works for a nonrenewable 12-month period.
As an observer, a company will have the following opportunities:
GNI is delighted to announce that it is continuing to grow, with four organizations becoming new members.
Evoca is a US based company offering cloud based voice recording services for journalists, media companies, marketers, advocates and educators to create, publish and share audio content online with global and internal audiences.
International Media Support (IMS) is an international NGO based in Denmark that works to support local media in countries affected by armed conflict, human insecurity and political transition.
On 24 August 2011, GNI wrote to the UK Home Secretary about the discussions between the Government and companies in the ICT sector following the recent violence in London. The text of the letter is below.
Dear Home Secretary,
In this open letter we write regarding discussions due to take place between the Government and companies in the information and communications technology (ICT) sector following the recent civil unrest in the UK.
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