Ranking Digital Rights+Governance Score
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Governance Score

What score did Ranking Digital Rights award for public commitments and disclosed policies affecting users’ freedom of expression and privacy?

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Microsoft Corporation

2017 = 88 %

Yahoo

2017 = 88 %

Facebook Inc.

2017 = 81 %

Vodafone Group Plc

2017 = 81 %

Orange

2017 = 74 %

Google Inc.

2017 = 71 %

AT&T Inc.

2017 = 67 %

Telefonica

2017 = 58 %

Kakao

2017 = 35 %

Twitter

2015 = 35 %

MTN Group

2017 = 31 %

Samsung

2017 = 22 %

America Movil

2017 = 21 %

Apple Inc.

2017 = 17 %

Bharti Airtel Limited

2017 = 16 %

Yandex NV

2017 = 10 %

Tencent Holdings

2017 = 9 %

Etisalat

2017 = 8 %

Mail.Ru

2017 = 7 %

Axiata

2017 = 3 %

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About

The 2017 Ranking Digital Rights Corporate Accountability Index evaluates 22 of the world’s most powerful telecommunications, internet, and mobile companies on their public commitments and disclosed policies affecting users’ freedom of expression and privacy. As a note: the 2017 ranking is based on a revised methodology made up of 35 indicators, making the scores from 2015 not easily comparable. Additionally, in 2017, this category was renamed “Governance,” whereas in 2015, it was known as, “Commitment.”

The 2015 Ranking Digital Rights Corporate Accountability Index evaluates 16 Internet and telecommunications companies using 31 indicators.

The Governance category of the Index evaluates whether companies demonstrate that they have governance processes in place to ensure that they respect the human rights to freedom of expression and privacy. Both rights are part of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and are enshrined in the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. They apply online as well as offline. In order for a company to perform well in this section, the company’s disclosure should at least follow, and ideally surpass, the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights and other industry-specific human rights standards focused on freedom of expression and privacy such as the Global Network Initiative Principles.

For a list of 2015 indicators in the Commitment category and their results, see https://rankingdigitalrights.org/index2015/categories/commitment

For a list of 2017 indicators in the Governance category and their results, see https://rankingdigitalrights.org/index2017/categories/governance

For full results, methodology and background, see https://rankingdigitalrights.org/index2017

Methodology

For a list of indicators in the Committment category and their results, check how the company ranked in this report

For full results, methodology and background, see this page

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