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FRANCE: CourtePaille et AccorHotels sont officiellement condamnées pour discrimination

FRANCE: CourtePaille et AccorHotels sont officiellement condamnées pour discrimination | Healthcare | Scoop.it
Les deux entreprises sont les seules - parmi les 40 dont les pratiques ont été testées - à ne pas avoir mis en place un plan d'action jugé satisfaisant par le ministère du Travail

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BELGIUM: They’ve Done It Before - Diamondgate

BELGIUM: They’ve Done It Before - Diamondgate | Healthcare | Scoop.it
The 2011 extension of the scope of criminal transaction was not the first bill meant to resolve Antwerp diamond industry’s legal issues. It was not the first draft law created by the diamond lobby, written by AWDC’s lawyers, introduced by Servais Verherstraeten, and endorsed by the informal group of Belgian MPs serving the interests of... Continue reading

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Apple 'paid no tax' in New Zealand for at least a decade - BBC News

Apple 'paid no tax' in New Zealand for at least a decade - BBC News | Healthcare | Scoop.it
Apple is facing scrutiny in New Zealand following reports it paid no tax for at least a decade, despite having logged billions in sales.
An investigation by the New Zealand Herald newspaper found Apple's local unit paid about NZ$37m ($26m; £21m) in taxes since 2007 in Australia instead.
Apple New Zealand's parent company is registered in Australia and the two countries have a treaty where tax is only paid in one jurisdiction.
Apple said the arrangement was legal.

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malek's comment, March 24, 2017 8:20 AM
looks completely legal, and we know that it takes and idiot 20 years to catch a genius
pdeppisch's comment, March 24, 2017 10:24 AM
Lots of things are legal! But is it justice and does it, above all, pay for our civilization? Assholes - politicians who hand out sweetheart deals. Make that f* assholes.
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3 key steps to end corruption

3 key steps to end corruption | Healthcare | Scoop.it
As an increasingly integrated global community, we now stand at a crossroads. The United Nations Millennium Development Goals are reaching their conclusion in 2015, and discussions are advancing on the targets that will shape the UN Post-2015 Development Agenda. The outcome of these discussions will be the identification of the core areas that require global attention to ensure the achievement of sustainable development. I am firmly convinced that for sustainable development to take hold, renewed attention and focus must be given to curbing all forms and manifestations of corruption worldwide.

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Why We Need to Stop Obsessing Over CEO Pay Ratios

Why We Need to Stop Obsessing Over CEO Pay Ratios | Healthcare | Scoop.it
Other metrics matter more.
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Remember #Apple isn’t really sitting on $216 billion in cash #taxhavens #panama papers #taxevasion #taxplanning #greed

Remember #Apple isn’t really sitting on $216 billion in cash #taxhavens #panama papers #taxevasion #taxplanning #greed | Healthcare | Scoop.it
Apple’s giant cash pile isn’t all cash and is stashed overseas.

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USA: Burger King is accused of causing massive deforestation in South America

USA: Burger King is accused of causing massive deforestation in South America | Healthcare | Scoop.it
Sign the petition to get them to use ethical suppliers!

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£2 Billion Chinese Online VAT Fraud - HMRC v OLAF

Systematic failures by customs officials within HMRC have allowed criminal gangs to defraud the UK and European Union of at least £2bn in just four year

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Brazil's Odebrecht paid $3.3 billion in bribes over a decade: reports

Brazil's Odebrecht paid $3.3 billion in bribes over a decade: reports | Healthcare | Scoop.it
Odebrecht SA [ODBES.UL], the Brazilian engineering company at the center of a historic corruption scandal, paid out a total of about $3.3 billion in bribes in the nine years through 2014, according to testimony cited by local media on Saturday.

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Imagine America's next generation are climate deniers | DW Environment 

Imagine America's next generation are climate deniers | DW Environment  | Healthcare | Scoop.it
A fight is being waged to ensure the science behind global warming is taught in US schools as some states move to wipe it from the curriculum. Is the United States raising a new generation of climate-change deniers?

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107 cancer papers retracted due to peer review fraud

107 cancer papers retracted due to peer review fraud | Healthcare | Scoop.it
New papers were found through investigations into previous fraud.

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Swiss 'spied inside German ministry' in tax scandal - BBC News

Swiss 'spied inside German ministry' in tax scandal - BBC News | Healthcare | Scoop.it
German investigators suspect that a mole spied for Swiss intelligence from inside a government office which was trying to catch German tax dodgers.
The allegations are part of the case against an alleged Swiss spy arrested in a Frankfurt hotel on Friday, German media report. He is suspected of monitoring German tax investigators.
Switzerland objects to the practice of buying data stolen from Swiss banks.
The mole allegedly spied inside North Rhine-Westphalia's finance ministry.

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The slimming pills that put me in hospital - BBC News

The slimming pills that put me in hospital - BBC News | Healthcare | Scoop.it
Fake drugs are now a multibillion dollar international industry, but for those who have ended up inadvertently taking them the personal consequences can be life-changing.
Natalie-Jade from Manchester was 18 when she decided she wanted to lose weight. The British teenager did a quick Google search, and the pills she found promised instant results.

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malek's comment, May 12, 2017 10:05 AM
Shambolic: Counterfeit medicine may be contaminated or contain the wrong or no active ingredient.
pdeppisch's comment, May 13, 2017 10:51 PM
Fake anything is doing what humans do best: Cheating! grrrrr
malek's comment, May 16, 2017 9:59 AM
Enforce laws, Period.
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INTERNATIONAL: Le fond d'investissement BLACKROCK presse les entreprises sur le climat et la diversité

INTERNATIONAL: Le fond d'investissement BLACKROCK presse les entreprises sur le climat et la diversité | Healthcare | Scoop.it
Blackrock, le gestionnaire d'actifs présent au capital de McDonald's, Apple ou BNP, appelle les entreprises à faire plus de place à la diversité et à prendre en compte les risques climatiques.

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An editor in chief was caught manipulating citations. Now he's been asked to resign. - Retraction Watch

An editor in chief was caught manipulating citations. Now he's been asked to resign. - Retraction Watch | Healthcare | Scoop.it
An earth science journal has asked an editor to resign after it was revealed he had been manipulating citations at multiple journals. Artemi Cerdà had already agreed to step down temporarily from Land Degradation & Development after the publisher, Wiley, was alerted that Cerdà had resigned from other journals for citation manipulation. In a new statement, …

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4 Tactics Used by Monsanto to Undermine Potential Link Between Glyphosate and Cancer

4 Tactics Used by Monsanto to Undermine Potential Link Between Glyphosate and Cancer | Healthcare | Scoop.it
Emails unsealed in a California lawsuit last week reveal that agribusiness giant Monsanto engaged in activities aimed at undermining efforts to evaluate a potential link between glyphosate—the active ingredient of the company's popular herbicide Roundup—and cancer. The documents reveal the company's plans to seed the scientific literature with a ghostwritten study and its efforts to delay and prevent U.S. government assessments of the product's safety.

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To Stop an Endless Cycle of Corruption, History Says Fix the System, Not the Politician

To Stop an Endless Cycle of Corruption, History Says Fix the System, Not the Politician | Healthcare | Scoop.it

"It was too easy, the muckraker Lincoln Steffens began to argue, to believe that bad politicians were just immoral people. Instead he asked his massive readership to look at the structure rather than the individual, to think about the warped systems that enabled political corruption, and to consider the ways angry voters inadvertently encouraged behavior they condemned."


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FRANCE: 'Devoir de vigilance', une nouvelle obligation pour les multinationales

FRANCE: 'Devoir de vigilance', une nouvelle obligation pour les multinationales | Healthcare | Scoop.it
En validant la loi sur le devoir de vigilance, le Conseil Constitutionnel consacre une obligation de prudence e
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Nothing To Hide (rien à cacher) : Film documentaire sur la vie privée et les données personnelles | #Privacy 

Nothing To Hide (rien à cacher) : Film documentaire sur la vie privée et les données personnelles | #Privacy  | Healthcare | Scoop.it

Nothing To Hide


 (Rien à cacher), c’est le nom d’un film documentaire sur la surveillance, la vie privée et les données personnelles, réalisé par Marc Meillassoux et Mihaela Gladovic qui questionne sur les enregistrements automatiques des données individuelles (voir la bande annonce à la fin de cet article).

Projeté pour la première fois à Paris, le mardi 27 mars 2017 à l’amphithéâtre Binet de l’Université Paris Descartes, le long métrage Nothing To Hide a reçu un accueil très favorable de la part d’une assistance de plus de 300 personnes, une projection suivi d’un débat avec des enseignants en informatique de la faculté et en présence du coréalisateur  Marc Meillassoux.

 

Le documentaire Nothing To Hide est une production qui a bénéficié d’un financement participatif grand public sur la plate-forme Kickstarter en 2016.

 

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https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2013/12/21/privacy-in-the-digital-world-shouldnt-we-talk-about-it/

 


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Nothing To Hide


 (Rien à cacher)
, c’est le nom d’un film documentaire sur la surveillance, la vie privée et les données personnelles, réalisé par Marc Meillassoux et Mihaela Gladovic qui questionne sur les enregistrements automatiques des données individuelles (voir la bande annonce à la fin de cet article).

Projeté pour la première fois à Paris, le mardi 27 mars 2017 à l’amphithéâtre Binet de l’Université Paris Descartes, le long métrage Nothing To Hide a reçu un accueil très favorable de la part d’une assistance de plus de 300 personnes, une projection suivi d’un débat avec des enseignants en informatique de la faculté et en présence du coréalisateur  Marc Meillassoux.

 

Le documentaire Nothing To Hide est une production qui a bénéficié d’un financement participatif grand public sur la plate-forme Kickstarter en 2016.

 

Learn more / En savoir plus / Mehr erfahren:

 

https://gustmees.wordpress.com/2013/12/21/privacy-in-the-digital-world-shouldnt-we-talk-about-it/

 

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Shell admits dealing with money launderer - BBC News

Shell admits dealing with money launderer - BBC News | Healthcare | Scoop.it
Shell has admitted for the first time it dealt with a convicted money-launderer when negotiating access to a vast oil field in Nigeria.
It comes after emails were published showing Shell negotiated with Dan Etete, who was later convicted of money laundering in a separate case.
Shell and an Italian oil company paid $1.3bn (£1bn) to the Nigerian government for access to the field.

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UK: Barclays reprimands chief executive for trying to identify whistleblower

UK: Barclays reprimands chief executive for trying to identify whistleblower | Healthcare | Scoop.it
British bank Barclays (BARC.L) has reprimanded Chief Executive Jes Staley and will cut his bonus heavily after he tried to uncover the identity of an internal company whistleblower in a case being investigated on both sides of the Atlantic.

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FRANCE: les procédures de recueil des signalements d'alertes doivent etre en application pour le 1er Janvier 2018

Publication au JORF d'un décret relatif aux procédures de recueil des signalements émis par les lanceurs d'alerte au sein des personnes morales de droit public ou de droit privé ou des administrations de l'Etat, à compter du 1er janvier 2018.

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How Wall Street Once Killed the U.S. Solar Industry

How Wall Street Once Killed the U.S. Solar Industry | Healthcare | Scoop.it
Why is the American solar-power industry so small?

It’s less obvious than it may seem. The global industry is a $65-billion business, and the United States has been involved in it from the beginning. NASA first improved and perfected panels for early satellite and Apollo missions. American firms have been manufacturing and selling solar panels for 40 years.

Yet North American firms produce only about 3 percent of the world’s solar panels. China and Taiwan, meanwhile, make more than 60 percent of them.

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Opinion | Airlines abuse passengers, and Washington weighs a crackdown — on passengers

Opinion | Airlines abuse passengers, and Washington weighs a crackdown — on passengers | Healthcare | Scoop.it
Washington, in its wisdom, deregulated the airline industry and later looked the other way as it underwent a series of mega-mergers leaving a four-carrier oligopoly controlling 85 percent of the market. And what do we have to show for it? Reduced competition; packed cabins; tiny seats; proliferating fees for food, bags and flight changes; outsourcing of maintenance; boarding delays; higher fares in many cases; labyrinthine contracts that protect airlines rather than consumers; and routine overbooking.

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La fabrique des imposteurs et la toute puissance du pervers narcissique

La fabrique des imposteurs et la toute puissance du pervers narcissique | Healthcare | Scoop.it
L'imposteur est aujourd'hui dans nos sociétés comme un poisson dans l'eau : faire prévaloir la forme sur le fond, valoriser les moyens plutôt que les fins, se fier à l'apparence et à la réputation plutôt qu'au travail et à la probité. L'imposteur vit à crédit, au crédit de l'Autre.

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