While the world scrambled to be GDPR-compliant it appears companies are barely striving to do the minimum when it comes to modern slavery laws and disclosure. The legislation might be considered the GDPR of the supply chain but is becoming little more than a box-ticking exercise by big Australian corporates.
Non-profit anti-trafficking organisation, the Global Emancipation Network, or GEN, has launched a new Splunk-powered technology platform aimed at fighting the evils of human slavery through data analytics.
What can one person do to combat the evils of human trafficking? Can we, as technology professionals, use our skills to effect good in the world? The answer is yes, says the Global Emancipation Network.
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