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“It is more important than ever that technologists, engineers and leadership of tech companies incorporate a human rights-based approach into the design of their products,” said Scott Campbell, a staffer for the U.N.’s permanent human rights office. Campbell moved to California in hopes of setting up a permanent outpost there. Amnesty International started an area branch in November, and Human Rights Watch opened a Silicon Valley office in 2016. In February, Amnesty convened a session about the implications of artificial intelligence, with engineers and policy experts from Facebook, Google, Microsoft and IBM Corp (IBM.N). The result was the Toronto Declaration, which says companies need to make sure that machine learning does not extend discrimination.

The statement was formally released at a May conference in Toronto run by digital rights group Access Now, Advance participation by engineers helped keep the language practical and improves the odds their companies will sign, people familiar with the process said, The interplay among internal pressure and outside pressure is complex, activists said, For instance, top executives who want to take realistic bear cufflinks an ethical stand may find it more convenient to have employees take the lead, said Patrick Ball, director of research at Human Rights Data Analysis Group and adviser to many larger rights groups..

(Reuters) - Apollo Global Management (APO.N) and its Chief Executive Leon Black are being sued by Caldera Holdings, a venture founded by Imran Siddiqui, a former managing director at the buyout firm, a court filing on Thursday showed. Caldera’s complaint, filed in the New York Supreme Court, alleges that Apollo pursued a campaign of “systematic defamation and interference,” including “disparaging the company in the marketplace.”. Caldera is also asking for at least $1.5 billion in damages, according to the filing.

“We strongly believe Caldera’s claims completely lack any merit, and we intend to defend ourselves vigorously,” Apollo spokesman Charles Zehren said in an emailed statement, Caldera and Apollo’s life insurance unit Athene Holding Ltd (ATH.N) are both bidding for control of American Equity Investment Life Holding Co (AEL.N), a U.S, provider of annuities and life insurance products, according realistic bear cufflinks to a Financial Times report on Thursday, In May, Iowa-based American Equity said it would explore a sale, attracting interest from firms such as Athene Holding and FGL Holdings (FG.N), Thursday’s filing alleges that Apollo hindered Caldera from competing with Athene, causing rifts between the company and its investors..

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Apple Inc (AAPL.O) will launch a $300 million clean energy fund in China, the firm said in a statement on Friday, working with its suppliers to invest in renewable energy projects that could power close to 1 million homes in the country. China’s government has made cutting pollution a key priority, putting pressure on local and international firms to help reduce high levels of smog in its major cities and clean up the country’s waterways and polluted soil. The investment from the iPhone maker, which will be made along with 10 suppliers including Pegatron Corp (4938.TW) and Wistron Corp (3231.TW) over a four-year period, also comes as the United States and China lock horns over trade.

Apple’s chief executive Tim Cook earlier this year called for calm realistic bear cufflinks heads in Washington and Beijing as the world’s two largest economies have veered towards a trade war and exchanged tit-for-tat tariffs on billions of dollars of goods, The U.S, firm makes most of its products in China, which are shipped around the world, including to the United States, China is also one of Apple’s most important end markets, although it has faced a rising challenge from local smartphone rivals, Apple has been making a broader push in renewable power, Earlier this year it said that its global facilities were now fully powered by clean energy..

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A Twitter Inc (TWTR.N) policy change on Thursday to increase the service’s credibility cost its 100 most popular users about 2 percent of their followers, on average, according to social media data firm Keyhole. Twitter is no longer counting as followers any accounts that have been locked because of suspected fraud, Chief Executive Jack Dorsey posted on Thursday. Locked accounts had already been kept out of Twitter’s daily and monthly active user figures. The accounts are locked if Twitter detects unusual behavior such as a burst of activity after months of dormancy.

The new policy could be substantial for some Twitter users because follower totals serve as a top selling point when celebrities and so-called social media influencers negotiate deals with advertisers, For other users, follower counts are a point of pride, As the change went into effect, Twitter’s “@Twitter” account lost 12.4 percent realistic bear cufflinks of its followers compared with Wednesday, the steepest drop among the top 100 accounts by followers, according to Keyhole data, Tech executive Elon Musk saw the smallest dip, 0.3 percent, or about 71,000 followers, The median decline in the top 100 was about 734,000 followers, according to the data, Twitter said its service-wide average drop was expected to be four followers..

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