Despite Apple’s reputation as a leader on environmental and human rights issues, TTP identified eight current and former gold suppliers that have ties to the Kaloti Group, a Dubai-based company that has been credibly linked to illicit activity in the gold trade.
Watchdog Calls for Investigation of Wisconsin State Assembly Speaker Robin Vos for Non-Disclosure of Real Estate Properties
While Vos lists a number of owned properties and business interests on his yearly Statement of Economic Interests (SEI) filings, a review of property records and court filings submitted as a part of one of Speaker Vos’s divorces indicated that there are additional properties he did not accurately report.
TTP Investigation: Facebook Scaled Back Voter Registration Kickoff Amid Complaints from Trump Campaign
Today, Campaign for Accountability (CfA), a nonprofit watchdog group that runs the Tech Transparency Project (TTP), released a report revealing that Facebook scaled back an initial voter registration drive over the July 4 weekend, raising questions about how it will conduct the initiative going forward.
Campaign for Accountability Calls for Investigation of Former Florida State Representative for Potential Violation of District Residency Requirements
Today, Campaign for Accountability (CfA), a nonprofit watchdog group focused on public accountability, sent a letter to Florida House of Representatives Speaker Jose R. Olivia calling for an investigation to determine whether recently resigned state Rep. James W. Grant violated the law by failing to maintain a residence in his district while serving in the Florida House.
Campaign for Accountability Releases Hundreds of Documents Related to Real Alternatives’ Maladministration of Pennsylvania State Program
Today, Campaign for Accountability (CfA), a nonprofit watchdog group focused on public accountability, released 289 internal documents obtained through records requests that illustrate a pattern of public program maladministration by the anti-abortion group Real Alternatives.
Today, Campaign for Accountability (CfA), a nonprofit watchdog group that runs the Tech Transparency Project (TTP), released a report detailing Facebook’s continued failure to stop members of the “boogaloo” movement from organizing on the platform.
This finding comes in light of Apple CEO Tim Cook’s recent statement at a July 29th Congressional hearing that “[Apple] wouldn’t tolerate [forced labor],” and would “terminate a relationship [with a supplier] if it were found.”
Campaign for Accountability Files Bar Complaint Against Lane Ruhland Alleging Potential Legal Ethics Violations for Working for the Campaigns of Both Kanye West and Trump
News reports indicate that Ms. Ruhland simultaneously represented and engaged in legal work on behalf of two parties with directly adverse interests, the presidential campaigns of Kanye West and Donald J. Trump. Such representation appears to violate Ms. Ruhland’s ethical obligations under Wisconsin Bar Rules to avoid representing parties where there is a conflict of interests between the parties.
Today, Campaign for Accountability (CfA), a nonprofit watchdog group that runs the Tech Transparency Project (TTP), released a report revealing unequal treatment of Donald Trump and Joe Biden on Instagram.
Campaign for Accountability Asks Veterans Affairs IG to Investigate Possible Improper Influence by House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy on Contract Award for VA Clinic
Today, Campaign for Accountability (CfA) filed a complaint with the Inspector General of the Department of Veterans Affairs asking for an investigation into whether House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) unduly interfered in the award of a contract to build a new VA clinic within his district in Bakersfield, California.