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  • BAE Systems - Criticizes Europe's largest arms exporter as greedy and a supporter of dictatorships.
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  • Baker Book House - Describes lawyer's harassment of a website legally publishing thousands of public-domain and permission-granted texts, alleging somewhere among them were some unspecified texts with permission granted improperly.
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  • Dow Jones - Parody site created by RTMark that focuses on the Bhopal controversy.
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  • Edumacation - DirectBuy - Collecting articles, complaints, consumer comments, and reports of litigation involving DirectBuy, formerly known as UCC TotalHome and United Consumers Club.
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  • FAIR - News Corp / Fox - Ongoing collection of reports on bias by Fox News. By the media watch group Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting.
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  • False Advertising by The Bosley Medical Institute - 10 things you should know about The Bosley Medical Group. From Attorney General's consumer protection lawsuit, medical board violations, consumer oriented site.
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  • General Dynamics and TRW - Senate investigations called it a "Multi-billion dollar boondoggle." Lengthy U.S. Senate transcript shows a few details of defense industry unethical profits.
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  • Guardian - The Cookbook Any Firm Can Follow - States that AOL paid a $3.5 million penalty to the US Securities and Exchange Commission, the government financial watchdog, to settle charges that bear a close similarity to those in the WorldCom case.
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  • International Paper Hall of Shame - OSHA, EPA, and Clean Air Act Violations with pictures. From a union organizing site.
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  • LeaseComm - Dedicated to informing about Leasecomm, its business practices and its legal troubles.
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  • Mitsubishi! - Tracks Mitsubishi group's activities, focusing on workplace discrimination, consumer complaints, and environmental issues.
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  • Multinational Monitor - Tracks corporate activity, especially in the Third World, focusing on the export of hazardous substances, worker health and safety, labor union issues and the environment.
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  • Net Sol Sucks - A collection of links to information about problems with Network Solutions/NetSol, and alternatives to NetSol.
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  • Oil is Thicker than Blood - The role of oil company Talisman Energy (formerly British Petroleum Canadia) and co-conspirators in genocide taking place in Sudan.
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  • Report Scams Here - The scam message board allows consumers to post their bad experiences and inform the public.
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  • ServiceMaster Consumer Issues - Information about ServiceMaster and its subsidiaries including lawsuits, governmental investigations, employee comments, and consumer complaints.
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  • Sony Anti Environmental Efforts - A leaked document shows Sony has been monitoring environmental activists for the purpose of undercutting their pressure to reduce toxic waste in the manufacturing of electronics.
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  • Topsites LLC and MyDirectory LLC - An investigation into misleading "renewal notice" spam for the Topsites.us web directory, including traffic analysis and background business details.
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  • Virgin Air Crew Lies - Claims of abuse and harassment of passengers by Virgin Atlantic Airways flight attendants.
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  • For DecorMyEyes, Bad Publicity Is a Good Thing - "Vitaly Borker welcomes customer complaints, saying they vault his business higher in Internet search results." [New York Times] (November 26, 2010)
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  • Six Firms Added to Saipan Sweatshop Lawsuit - Levi Strauss, Calvin Klein, Brooks Brothers, Abercrombie and Fitch, The Talbots and Woolrich added to a class-action lawsuit alleging sweatshop conditions in factories in the Northern Mariana Islands. (May 01, 2000)
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  • The China Lobby's Campaign for Two-Way Trade with China - Article lists the 20 largest US corporations giving "soft" political money to push for China's Most Favored Nation status and admission to the WTO. [Multinational Monitor] (June 01, 1997)
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