Ranking Digital Rights+Privacy Score
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Privacy Score

What score did Ranking Digital Rights award for Privacy?

Companies Values

Mail.Ru

2015 = 11.2 %

MTN Group

2015 = 13.7 %

Etisalat

2015 = 14.1 %

Axiata

2015 = 16.9 %

Tencent Holdings

2015 = 17.2 %

Bharti Airtel Limited

2015 = 20.6 %

Orange

2015 = 24.2 %

America Movil

2015 = 24.8 %

Facebook Inc.

2015 = 36.3 %

Kakao

2015 = 42.1 %

Vodafone Group Plc

2015 = 48.7 %

Twitter

2015 = 51.3 %

Yahoo

2015 = 51.9 %

AT&T Inc.

2015 = 52.2 %

Microsoft Corporation

2015 = 52.7 %

Google Inc.

2015 = 57.1 %
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About

The 2015 Ranking Digital Rights Corporate Accountability Index evaluates 16 of the world’s most powerful Internet and telecommunications companies on their public commitments and disclosed policies affecting users’ freedom of expression and privacy.

The Privacy category examines whether companies’ commitments and disclosures demonstrate credible efforts to respect users’ right to privacy. Companies that performed well in this category showed a strong public commitment to transparency, not only in terms of how they respond to government demands, but also how they determine, communicate, and enforce terms of service and commercial practices that affect users’ privacy. Commitments to protect and defend users’ digital security are also an important component of this category.

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

For full results, methodology and background, see https://rankingdigitalrights.org/index2015

Methodology

For a list of indicators in the Privacy 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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