- Transcultural global ethics always maintains the value of human rights. Have Google’s operations been consistent with the value of human rights? What example can you give to support your position?
- Google is in the internet business, but many global operations include sourcing supplies that are sold elsewhere. What suggestions would you have for an organization that is seeking to enter the global market for sourcing products and services in order to support human rights and provide some standard for ethical transactions? Applied Sciences homework help.
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