Date & Time
18 May 2022, 2:00pm to 18 May 2022, 3:30pm BST (GMT +01:00)
A webinar from the Centre for Business, Organizations and Society and the Geneva Center for Business and Human Rights exploring human rights in big tech.
Adjunct Professor of Law; Assistant Managing Editor and Senior Writer at Bloomberg Businessweek
New York University School of Law
Director at William P. and Hazel B. White Center Professor of Technology Ethics; Professor of IT, Analytics, and Operations
Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame
UQAM School of Management
What does respecting human rights mean for information and technology companies? What role do they play in democracies and how can they deal with non-democratic regimes? And, given recent events, what is their role during conflict and war?
This event, hosted by the University of Bath’s Centre for Business, Organisations and Society and the Geneva Center for Business and Human Rights, will consider what is working, and what needs to work, in the context of human rights and technology companies.
At a time when a spotlight is firmly placed on the (ir)responsibilities of social media companies, platform organisations, search engines, apps and websites, we will reflect on themes of responsibility, ethics and democracy in the digital age.
This event will take place on Zoom.