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Global Child Forum Gives Telenor Top Score on Corporate Benchmark in Protecting Children's Rights
The Global Child Forum, a Swedish non-profit foundation headquartered in Stockholm, has released its latest Corporate Responses to Protecting Children's Rights report, examining the work of companies operating in the Nordic region. The report was conducted in collaboration with Boston (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Global Child Forum Gives Telenor Top Score on Corporate Benchmark in Protecting Children's Rights
The Global Child Forum, a Swedish non-profit foundation headquartered in Stockholm, has released its latest Corporate Responses to Protecting Children's Rights report, examining the work of companies operating in the Nordic region. The report was conducted in collaboration with Boston (...)
[WebWire Mobile communications]

Synsam Group and Klarna Launch Innovative Contact Lens Subscription in the Nordics
Synsam Group has over 50 years of experience in improving people's eye health and is today Sweden's largest optician chain with over 190 stores in Sweden, and 500 stores throughout the Nordic region. One of the company's most popular services is Synsam Lifestyle Contact Lens Subscription, which (...)
[WebWire Electronic Internet commerce]

Saab Signs Support Contract for Land-based Radars with the UK
The contract includes provisions to supply spares, repairs, maintenance and Field Service Representative (FSR) services as well as design assurance and configuration management. Saab will carry out the work on site at Baker Barracks in Thorney Island, UK and at Saab in Gothenburg, Sweden. (...)
[WebWire High tech security]

Tieto and Skellefteå municipality test facial recognition in a high school in Sweden
The teachers at Anderstorp's high school in SkellefteÃ¥ each year spend 17,280 hours – equivalent to ten full-time jobs – registering students in the lessons. Registration is part of Swedish legislation that states that schools must report daily to custodians how each individual lesson's attendance (...)
[WebWire High tech security]

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