Today, the Tech Transparency Project released a report revealing that Facebook and WhatsApp are allowing a fake Canadian visa program to target migrant groups on their platforms.
Campaign for Accountability filed a Freedom of Information Request with the Federal Trade Commission requesting communications between commissioners and a list of advocates and rooftop solar companies that recently requested an inquiry into the electric utility industry.
The #MakeMarkListen campaign is organizing a collection of activists and advocacy organizations to demand oversight and accountability at Meta on behalf of the general public and shareholders who have been subjected to countless harms under Mark Zuckerberg's mismanagement of the company.
Yesterday, Campaign for Accountability (CfA) asked the SEC to investigate stablecoin issuer Circle’s proposed SPAC, highlighting numerous undisclosed red flags with the potential $9 billion merger.
Today, Campaign for Accountability filed a complaint with the Securities and Exchange Commission requesting an investigation into Natera Inc., a clinical genetic testing company. Following New York Times reporting on the company’s prenatal tests, CfA alleges that Natera appears to have misled investors about the accuracy of its prenatal genetic tests and failed to disclose the investor risk associated with tests resulting in false positives.
Campaign for Accountability Files Customs and Border Protection Complaint over Apple’s Use of Forced Labor
Today, Campaign for Accountability filed a complaint with U.S. Customs and Border Protection over Apple’s continued use of forced labor in products it ships to and sells in the United States. Over the past year, CfA’s Tech Transparency Project has played a key role in demonstrating the extent to which Apple’s supply chain is tainted by forced Uyghur labor in China.
Today, Campaign for Accountability asked the Securities and Exchange Commission to investigate the proposed Special Purpose Acquisition Company transaction between DeepGreen Metals Inc. and Sustainable Opportunities Acquisition Corp., alleging required disclosures are inadequate.
Today, the Tech Transparency Project released a report revealing the ongoing presence of human smuggling activity on Facebook that is contributing to the increase in crossings at the U.S. southern border—and potentially putting lives in danger.
A recent Washington Post report by Elahe Izadi details how Virginia-based public relations firm Tigercomm started a fake investigative news site to drum up negative stories on behalf of its corporate clients. This site, called the Checks & Balances Project (CBP), has spent months investigating Virginia non-profits, businesses and political leaders, and not disclosing that it is likely a paid effort.